HIGH HONOR FOR HUMANITIES

Clemente Course receives a 2014 National Humanities Medal. The Uā€™s Honors College is involved in the only high school branch of the Clemente Course in the nation.

U scientists detect Crab Nebula

Faculty and staff from the Department of Physics & Astronomy were members on the international team that detected gamma rays via a new telescope.

Passageways to the law

More than 100 high school students visited the S.J. Quinney College of Law as part of a program designed to inspire students from underrepresented communities to pursue careers in the legal field.

Genetic testing motivates behavior change

A new study led by researchers at Huntsman Cancer Institute investigated whether testing would motivate people at risk of melanoma to make changes to reduce risk.

EDGE ON THE COMPETITION

A team of U metallurgy students participated in the 2017 Bladesmithing Competition at the annual conference of The Minerals, Metals and Materials Society Conference in San Diego.

Admissions continues to innovate

The U’s newly admitted students will receive a celebratory acceptance package in the mail and are encouraged to share their excitement on social media using #NewToTheU.

MEET THE GRADUATES

Thelina Smith is about to graduate from the U this May with a degree in biomedical engineering and a minor in leadership studies. Her first initiative is creating a new organization to help young people build self-confidence and refine leadership skills.

Humans of the U: July-October

Sharing compelling stories from the heart of the U’s campus. Read a round-up of the latest Humans of the U.