A place to work, learn and be

…research programs were excelling, the disease-causing genes that have been discovered here. Great work was happening in basic, translational, clinical and population science. Plus additional advantages: an integrated health plan,…

U Remembers: ‘Breaking the Silence’

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FuGkA4SeZ7w Holocaust survivor, author and activist Elie Wiesel often spoke of the dangers of silence and indifference in the fight against injustice and atrocities against humanity. “We must always take…

‘New normal’ brings hope and fear

…We have adapted our lives in response to the threat of something we cannot see. For many of us, safety has meant staying home, limiting our social interactions and being…

The evolution of CESA

…U,” said Sugiyama. In order to ensure student interactions with campus partners are positive and meaningful, Cairo said CESA is moving away from the idea of handing students off to…

We will not let hate win

Find the initial statement from U President Ruth V. Watkins and Vice President Mary Ann Villarreal in solidarity with Asian, Asian American and Pacific Islander communities here. Read More…

Building a mobile, virtual reality classroom

…Biological Sciences, is teaching the course Biology 3665: Form, Function and Adaptation of Animals. Her students are using VR kits produced by the library and TLT to dissect the specimens…

You’ve been vaccinated, now what?

…effective at preventing you from getting sick, we don’t yet know how well they prevent you from spreading the virus to others. A person’s interactions can have ripple effects on…

Exploring myths: Stranger danger

…TRAX that sit a little too close for comfort. All these have one idea in common: that it has always been, and still is, my responsibility to be on high…