ADVOCATE FOR YOURSELF

You’re the one paying for your health care. It’s ok to speak up. What one patient learned about her medical treatment when she found her voice.

Legacy Giving Awareness Month

The university has a long history of honoring the legacy of those individuals who have included gifts from their estate plans.

MORE THAN A FEW GOOD MEN

Contrary to traditional expectations of unbalanced sex ratios, places with more men than women do not typically experience higher rates of family and social instability, according to a University of Utah study.

A BOLT OF INSIGHT

University of Utah-led team makes breakthrough in understanding rare lightning-triggered gamma-ray flashes.

SUSTAINABLE U

From super efficient solar cell technology, to hydrogen fuel cells, to low-emissions coal, U scientists and engineers are pursuing a range of alternative energy solutions.

DINO-MITE MYSTERY SOLVED

A remarkably detailed picture of the climate and ecology during the Triassic Period explains why dinosaurs failed to establish dominance near the equator for 30 million years.

EXPECTING THE UNEXPECTED IN CLIMATE CHANGE

Studying polar ice and tropical glacier ice samples, Lonnie Thompson and his team reconstruct climate and environmental histories going back 25,000 years – findings they say may help explain devastating population disruptions throughout history.

The Arts and U

By Madeleine Gail Rex, Pioneer Theatre Company publicity manager Disney’s β€œNewsies” leaps onto the Pioneer Theatre Company stage this month, along with a 29-person cast of professional and local actors, including five University of Utah students. Although PTC is a fully professional regional theatre and its casts consist primarily of Actor’s Equity (union) actors, larger […]