GLACIAL GHOSTS

U geologist gives tips for touring the canyon’s glacial past.

The ethics of medicine

Harriet A. Washington, author and medical ethicist, discusses the medical perception and treatment of marginalized people.

U teacher prep program earns an ‘A’

The program gets top marks for its strong training in classroom management and quality clinical practice experiences.

A warning for the future?

Research shows disruptions rippled out from climate change in South America.

Reversing prediabetes in mice

Results highlight a potential diabetes drug target and role for lowering total ceramides in the body.

FROM CAMPUS LAB TO CONTAMINATED CITY

The U’s radiobiology professor Scott Miller is one of the only Americans still allowed to visit sensitive Russian sites.

The Wheels of Winter

It’s snow season, and freezing temperatures are the norm, but that doesn’t mean you have to hang up your bike.

Children, COVID-19 and vaccines

Pediatricians and infectious disease doctors urge parents to vaccinate eligible children before returning to school.

MAKING A MURDERER

New seminar course and public event at S.J. Quinney College of Law explores flaws in the criminal justice system through the lens of the popular Netflix documentary series, which examines the murder of Teresa Halbach and the two Wisconsin men convicted of killing her.