Coronavirus testing: What you should know for spring semester

Knowing how many infections there are and how fast that infection is spreading to others helps inform strategies to contain the virus and helps us plan to take care of the people that become sick from the virus.

SUPPORT AND RESOURCES

With the end of the semester just a few weeks away, there are a variety of campus resources available to help students manage this busy time of year.

PICTURE OF HEALTH

Greatist.com recognizes the U for food compositing, biodegradable packaging and wellness center with ranking among top 26 healthiest colleges.

MERGING RESEARCH AND DESIGN

The new Center for Ecological Planning and Design bridges the gaps among research, design and planning fields across campus.

The overlooked casualties of COVID-19

A new study suggests more than half of health care professionals on the front lines of the pandemic could be at risk for one or more mental health problems.

Practice #SafeSix

The Center for Student Wellness has six steps for people to take to keep the community safe and slow the spread of COVID-19.

What is mental health anyway?

Kevin Curtis, a licensed clinical social worker and the director of Crisis Services at U of U Health, joins Scope to discuss mental health and managing stress.