Student Life

JUMP TO: Interdisciplinary graduate certificate in sustainability 2017 Work-in-Progress Talks U welcomes Chris Nelson as communications director Campus Life Mentor Program Crimson Internship Program This week’s Red & White Fridays…

Honoring Ruth Bader Ginsburg

…https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Bc8Oya65cr8 Sept. 19 vigil transcript The following transcript has been edited for clarity. Elizabeth Kronk Warner: Good evening and welcome to today’s vigil, as we memorialize Ruth Bader Ginsburg. I’d…

Passing of LDS Church president

…this chapter in your life and will move on. Whatever your pathway may be, I suggest three guideposts to assist in your respective journeys through life. They are easily remembered-true…

Are you ready for the Real Life Challenge?

Are you ready for the Real Life Challenge? The Real Life Challenge starts today. It is a six-week lifestyle journey, dedicated to improving your health, fitness and overall well-being—one habit…

ICYMI: The first Friday Forum

…1970s, I hope that doesn’t happen now. I’m cautiously optimistic that it won’t happen now. Ruth Watkins: Thank you. Mr. Sellers let’s hear from you. Bakari Sellers: I think that…

A Healthier U

…facts: • The average cost of a trip to the emergency room for an adult is about $700, not including any tests or hospitalization, which may increase the bill to…

ICYMI: Establishing anti-racist policy

…would like to share the following resources from the breakout session titled, “A Much Needed Conversation with Colleagues”: Slides Professional Transformation Action Plan Oct. 23 event transcript: Note: This transcript…

CONQUERING THE IMPOSSIBLE

…1: He was a self-taught filmmaker, and number two: He took my sister to prom. So I was conflicted about whether I should reach out to him. But I did,…

Predicting a patient’s life expectancy

PHOTO CREDIT: Nathan L. Galli, University of Utah In her Genomic Signal Processing Lab, Alter develops new mathematical methods that are uniquely suited for personalized medicine. Download Full-Res Image For…

Bringing astrobiology into prisons

…incarcerated. Astrobiology for the Incarcerated is an educational program that teaches incarcerated communities about the resiliency and transformative history of life on Earth, and the search for life beyond our…