An honor and a privilege

Senior Vice President Dan Reed steps down to focus on research, policy work and writing.

Ski city

With four world-class resorts within 30 minutes of campus, the U is a mountain mecca for snowboarders and skiers. We break down “Ski City’s” powder gems, including where to find student, staff and faculty discounts on lift tickets.

Updates from the Utah FORGE project

The U’s project is progressing toward developing new geothermal technology that could make the renewable energy of the Earth’s interior more accessible.

UMFA Latino Art Show opens Feb. 5

Visit the Utah Museum of Fine Arts on Thursday, Feb. 5 from 5–7 p.m. for a free community preview and party as it welcomes the new exhibit, β€œOur America: The Latino Presence in American Art.”

THE JOURNEY HOME

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.

FORGING THE WAY

Utah named a Phase II finalist position in the Department of Energy’s FORGE program and is one step closer to an advanced geothermal laboratory.

New UNP Director

Sarah Munro has accepted the position of special assistant to the President for Campus Community Partnerships and director of University Neighborhood Partners.

GUNNING FOR THE GOLD

U student wins national shooting championship and sets sights on 2020 Tokyo Olympics.