Humans of the U: Teri Orr

β€œThe strangest thing I’ve ever done for science was milked a bat. Let me explain.”

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 MYSTERIES OF SCIENCE

The Alan Alda Center for Communicating Science workshop comes to the U.

Closing equity gaps

Examining our institutions beyond diversity and inclusion alone.

How do U… start birding?

Birds are all around, and all you need to get started is an observant eye.

Examining nutritional inequality

It isn’t just access to healthy food that shapes diets, but also people’s relationships to food.

We will not let hate win

Please join us in naming, disrupting and dismantling anti-Asian hate on our campus, in our neighborhoods and in our country.

How do U…bicycle in the winter?

Ginger Cannon, the University of Utah’s active transport manager, offers tips for keeping the wheels rolling this winter.