Humans of the U: Gregory Skedros

“In 1949, I was commissioned as a 2ndΒ lieutenant in the Air Force and spent two years as the pharmacy officer at Clark Air Force Base in the Philippines during the Korean conflict. Upon my return, I was employed at Professional Pharmacy, Medical Arts Pharmacy and lastly as a civilian pharmacy officer at Hill Air Force Base hospital. In 1961, I opened Mountain View Pharmacy in Bountiful. . . .At that time there was no Chinese restaurant in Bountiful. We were fortunate to find a couple from Vernal that started off as the first chefs at the Mandarin.”

Reverse Alchemy

A huge LED screen in Times Square shows gold coins dissolving in a solution. York Smith, an assistant professor in materials science and engineering, facilitated the science behind the art.

UONLINE

The University of Utah will offer fully online undergraduate degrees beginning in fall 2017.

UONLINE CREATES FLEXIBILITY

More than 450 online courses are available to students, including 115 that fulfill general education requirements. Register for a few this summer to stay on track to graduate.

Fall planning town hall

The evolving plans for the Fall 2021 Semester look to the future of the health landscape and how campus will be reopened in phases with best health practices in place.

Return to Campus Webinar: Final update and our testing/tracing plan

In the sixth and final Return to Campus webinar, held on Aug. 20, 2020, President Ruth Watkins and other senior leaders gave a final update on campus operations, while Dr. Richard Orlandi and Dr. Sharon Talboys discussed details of the U’s testing and tracing plan.

Bringing the U to you online

The University of Utah now offers a lower-cost, UOnline tuition option to increase flexibility and affordability of completing an all-online undergraduate degree at the U.

Chrony gets digitized

Celebrating the U’s student newspaper with online access to 100 fabulous years.