SUSTAINABLE U

…sources will be pivotal. Here’s a roundup of recent energy research advances at the U: Uncovering the secrets of hybrid perovskite solar cells The best hope for cheap, super-efficient solar…

GLOBAL RECOGNITION

…a grid system, which will allow rooms to be easily reconfigured as demands for the space fluctuate.” The recognition is the latest in a wide variety of international praise and…

The importance of good nutrition

…came back. They were “not awesome.” Despite leading a relatively active and healthy lifestyle, Jalili’s cholesterol came back very high: 280 total, with very low HDL levels. These numbers were…

A Healthier U

…parents buy for kids. That’s why ophthalmologists who treat patients with potentially blinding damage every single Fourth of July want you to know: Sparklers burn at 1,800 degrees, hot enough…

Evergreen needles act as air quality monitors

…$250 to deploy. We’ll be able to map particulate matter distributions at a very high resolution for very little cost.” The results are published in GeoHealth. PHOTO CREDIT: Paul Gabrielsen…

MAPPING THE LAW

…legal issues on their own, Parker discovered. The paradox led Parker to create CO/COUNSEL, a new Wikipedia-like website designed to help the general public more easily find legal information. He…

THE OTHER CAMPUS HOUSING

…Stephen has been able to use the convenience of our location to campus to maximize his study time and attend campus events easily, which has been great for his education….

Return to Campus: Keys to success for students

…library is operating, about work study opportunities and more. University leaders in attendance: Amy Bergerson, associate dean, Undergraduate Studies/director, Office of Student Success and Empowerment Beth Howard, director, Academic Advising…

Campus safety resources

…SafeU website, which is one part of a broader institutional effort to prioritize and foster a culture of safety on campus. It provides easily accessible and comprehensive information on a…

LIGHTS OUT WITH TED KOPPEL

…think it’s likely, and I found no compelling evidence to the contrary. Q: What could happen if our power grid was attacked? A: Depending on the sophistication of the attack…