HUMANS OF THE U: ANDREW LEARY

…We encountered many pressure ridges (where ice comes together to form large frozen walls) and combined with the low light, it made travel and navigation tough. When we were two…

HUMANS OF THE U: MAY

…many pressure ridges (where ice comes together to form large frozen walls) and combined with the low light, it made travel and navigation tough. When we were two miles from…

Humans of the U: Grayson Hull

…to incarcerated people because they think they don’t deserve it, but that’s just not the best way to think about it, in my opinion. Humans crave intellectual stimulation and the…

Humans of the U: October & November

…which included some of the hardest classes in my major. I also was selected as an inaugural Greg Goff Strategic Leadership Fellow, was working 20-hours a week and was heavily…

HUMANS OF THE U: AUGUST & SEPTEMBER

…If you think about it, if we were further away from our sun or if our sun was smaller, that’s how the light on our planet would be. The whole…

Humans of the U: June & July

…passionate about this because I got a lot of help with my education. Mentors and outreach programs in Sudan linked me to my PhD and post-doc studies in Europe, and…

HUMANS OF THE U: AUGUST 2016

priced when compared to other universities out West. After attending the University of Utah I fell in love with Utah and the surrounding mountains. I moved from Salt Lake City…

HUMANS OF THE U

…and try to make oatmeal cookies. I retire at the end of the January and I’ll miss providing a service. I don’t look at it as work. I follow my…

HUMANS OF THE U: OCTOBER 2016

…Recovery We’ll be featuring Humans of the U and sharing their stories throughout the year with the university community. If you know someone with a compelling story, let us know…

Humans of the U: Noelle Sharp

…versus just producing for the sake of money and productivity. We have been wired to constantly produce, achieve and work, we’ve forgotten to reflect on ourselves as humans. If you…