DRAINING BUCKETS

Former high school teacher, basketball coach and Jazz season-ticket holder suffered a traumatic brain injury in 2014, but got a big assist from the U’s Commencement 2018 speaker Ben Nemtin, who has made a career of fulfilling “bucket list” dreams, and received roundball treatment fit for an all-star.

10 things to know about safety

October is SafeU Month at the U, and there will be dozens of opportunities to engage in safety awareness, education and training opportunities on campus.

What are you saving for?

Saving money and creating a budget can be stressful. Learn financial tips and tricks during U Saves Week, Feb. 23-25.

GOING GREEN

University of Utah S.J. Quinney College of Law awarded prestigious LEED platinum designation for green design.

Getting started with your Trumba calendar

Verifying your information and logging in You will receive an email from Trumba asking you to either verify your email address or to let you know you’ve been provided with backend editor access. You will always login to Trumba using your uNID and password. You should bookmark this link to use every time you log […]

INCLUSIVE EARTH

Geoscientists found a group that aims to facilitate a respectful dialogue about safety, bias, and diversity in their college.

Student Life

JUMP TO: April is Sexual Assault Awareness Month Data retrieval tool for the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) is unavailable The U is officially a voter friendly campus John R. Park Debate Society earns national championship April is National Distracted Driving Awareness Month The Office of the Registrar announces electronic wait list Matlab: […]

The Threat Assessment Team

Because of Fall Break, this week’s SafeU theme focuses on staff readiness, which includes building a Threat Assessment Teamβ€”a group of staff dedicated to addressing imminent threats to campus, from both inside and outside the university.

Be an active bystander

This third week of SafeU Month is focused on mental and emotional wellnessβ€”a call to have all U students, faculty and staff feel more connected to each other and to themselves. When you’re taking care of yourself first, you can be better prepared to care for others, including through bystander intervention.