Humans of the U: Sammie Serrano

“I didn’t want students who are neurodivergent at the U to be subject to the same struggle that I had.”

A chemical mosaic under our feet

New research paints an intricate picture of how the Earth’s mantle is like a Jackson Pollock painting.


U engineer says new study forces researchers to rethink how elderly break their bones.

Benefiting U

Tips and resources for helping new employees If you are new to the U, or assisting a new employee get oriented and situated, here are a few tips and resources: For the hiring department: Submit the hire ePAF at least one business day prior to the employee’s first day of work. Complete section one of […]

Student Life

YOU’RE A GOOD MAN, CHARLIE BROWN Buy your tickets now for “You’re a Good Man, Charlie Brown” at the Babcock Theatre June 11-21. Charles Schulz’s treasured comic comes to life in Clark Gesner’s classic musical, “You’re a Good Man, Charlie Brown.” Come spend a day in the life of the famous comic strip hero, Charlie […]


Rebecca Dowdell, associate director of University Student Apartments, oversees a clothing collection on campus to help women with limited resources put together a work wardrobe.


The U’s Sustainability Office supports programs to help students and food stamp recipients purchase healthier, local food.

A Healthier U

How to Prevent and Treat Mosquito and Tick Bites By University of Utah Public Affairs HEALTHY SNACK IDEAS By PEAK Health and Fitness Easy, quick, and nutritious snacks are a great way to help you stay on track with healthful eating habits. Many of these foods can be packed in a bag, stored in a […]


UMFA EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR ONE OF UTAH BUSINESS MAGAZINE’S “30 WOMEN TO WATCH” Gretchen Dietrich, executive director of the Utah Museum of Fine Arts at the University of Utah, was honored this month as one of Utah Business magazine’s 2015 “30 Women to Watch.” The magazine’s annual recognition program spotlights women business leaders who have distinguished […]