The digital divide

U researcher co-authors paper on disproportionate impacts of barriers to internet access.


From defending the dark, a formula to predict attraction to infotainment in cars and bovine-burying badger: A look back at the innovative and ground-breaking research being done at the U in 2017.

Science ambassadors

A U biology professor stretches the possibilities of science communication by bringing the beauty of science to people and places that others have overlooked.


University of Utah S.J. Quinney College of Law Professor Jim Holbrook started his journey to becoming a skilled mediator, celebrated mentor and advocate for military veterans on the battlefields of Vietnam. He’s spent a lifetime coming to terms with the acts of war he experienced there. As Veterans Day approaches, he is part of a new documentary, β€œThe Journey Home,” which will be screened at the S.J. Quinney College of Law on Nov. 10 to commemorate the 50th Anniversary of the Vietnam War.

The Arts and U

The Beautiful Game By Josi Dubois, Department of Theatre The University of Utah’s Department of Theatre returns to the Babcock Theatre with the U.S. premiere ofΒ β€œThe Beautiful Game” with music by Andrew Lloyd Webber and lyrics by Ben Elton. This politically and religiously charged romantic musical tells the story of ordinary people in extraordinary times. Choreographed […]

Keep your eye on the horizon, hold fast

Conrad Anker: “Be patient, love freely and care deeply for the people who share earth. Respect the earth. There is only one. Exercise discipline to maximize your positive impact on humanity and be grateful for the climb.”