PAUSE FOR PAWS

Take a break (and a deep breath) with therapy dogs.

THE MAGIC OF MOVEMENT

Join the U in combating one of motion’s biggest enemies: Parkinson’s disease

The science of addiction

The U’s Genetic Science Learning Center received $150,000 from the Utah Legislature in early 2018 to teach middle and high school students about the science of opioid addiction and the physiological and psychological aspects of pain, among other topics.

Deadly cocktail

A new study reveals the Utah opioid epidemic death toll includes an alarming number of new moms.

A Healthier U

By PEAK Health & Fitness BODY COMPOSITION Body composition is a measurement of a person’s fat mass and fat free (lean) mass. Testing your body composition can be a great way to set, monitor and reach realistic health and fitness goals. General measurements such as weight and BMI can be less specific in relation to […]

Ivory Prize: Call for nominations

Recognize outstanding undergraduates by nominating them for the Ivory Prize. Winners receive $2,000 and a $10,000 donation to their cause.

Announcements

JUMP TO: U Holiday Cards Cerling named AGU Fellow Opioid research receives federal funding New nonprofit mailing guidelines National Center for Faculty Development & Diversity: New membership announcement Research images as art competition New director of financial aid Get discounts through U Community Solar and U Drive Electric University Teaching Committee awards Utah Red Zone […]

Student Life

JUMP TO: Spring 2017 deadline to apply for graduation Spring 2017 registration dates begin Opioid research receives federal funding New nonprofit mailing guidelines Changes to incoming freshman scholarships Apply now for Alternative Spring Break Research images as art competition Get discounts through U Community Solar and U Drive Electric Utah Red Zone Fan Cave Giveaway […]

Healing chronic pain and opioid addiction

Eric Garland, associate dean for research at the College of Social Work, has been appointed to a Multidisciplinary Working Group focused on a $1.1 billion federal effort to speed scientific solutions to stem the opioid crisis.