MAKE THE WORLD YOUR CLASSROOM

U’s Go Learn trips combine education with a vacation to facilitate deeper connections between travelers and the communities they visit.

GHOST TALES FOR U

Halloween activities on campus and some history behind the Fort Douglas ghost stories

GIVE THE GIFT OF MEMORIES

You can help the Utah Music & Memory Coalition by donating gently used iPods or new iTunes cards in several donation boxes placed around campus to benefit aging Utahns with dementia and Alzheimer’s.

ANSWERING STUDENTS’ QUESTIONS

Science students exploring post-graduation career opportunities can meet with potential employers at the University of Utah College of Science’s Science Employer Panel.

The Arts and U

New UMFA Exhibition Takes Fresh Look at Art and History of the West By Mindy Wilson, UMFA marketing and communications director A new exhibition at the Utah Museum of Fine Arts explores one of the most important chapters of American history through celebrated artworks from one of the nation’s finest collections of western art. β€œGo […]

HUMANS OF THE U: ANNA VICKREY

“Had I asked myself in high school if I’d end up working with birds for so long β€” and working towards a Ph.D. for it β€” I never saw that coming.”

‘CENTURY OF BLACK MORMONS’

New database at J. Willard Marriott Library sheds light on early history of black members in The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.

HUMANS OF THE U: MAY & JUNE

Sharing compelling stories from the heart of the U’s campus. Read the latest Humans of the U.

‘Be what you is and not what you ain’t’

Civil rights activist Rev. France A. Davis gave the keynote address at commencement and challenged graduates to “find a way to bring us together.”

A place to work, learn and be

Interim President Michael L. Good discusses his career, his leadership style and the U.