A REASON TO SMILE

Inaugural class to graduate from the U’s School of Dentistry.

SHORELINE TRAIL STEWARDS

U develops Urban Rangers program servicing parts of the 100-mile Bonneville Shoreline Trail, with students acting as volunteer rangers to become stewards of the area.

Thank you to Dan Reed

We are grateful for his dedicated service and wish him well as he returns to his research roots and takes a well-deserved administrative break.

Birth of the Antiquities Act

NHMU anthropological and paleontological collections include objects from areas in Utah protected by the American Antiquities Act, which authorized the U.S. president to designate land owned or controlled by the government as national monuments.

NALOXONE

University Police Department officers carry drug that can reverse opioid overdoses.

THE PRICE OF RICE

Do food products that are certified organic, kosher, biodynamic, etc. cost more? And if so, do grocery chains make these higher-priced food products equally available across different communities?

CURBING OPIOID ADDICTION

A new seminar course at the S.J. Quinney College of Law presents the opioid crisis through the lens of regulatory failures to properly address the issue β€” while providing students with critical thinking skills and tools to change the landscape in the future.

LIFE OF INVENTION

Meet Zhigang Zak Fang, professor of metallurgical engineering in the College of Mines and Earth Sciences and a 2017 National Academy of Inventors fellow.

Jon M. Huntsman Presidential Chairs

The University of Utah and the Huntsman Foundation announce six additional presidential faculty chairs.