@ The U Newsletter

LOVE WHERE YOU LIVE: EARTH

Join the U in celebrating Earth Week, April 9-13.

SCIENCE ADVISING HIVE: CATCH THE BUZZ

The College of Science has launched a new Academic Advising Hive and it’s a one-stop shop for student success.

CHARTING NEW TERRITORY

U alum Ryan Watts is on the front lines of the battle against neurodegenerative diseases like Alzheimer’s, Parkinson’s, Huntington’s disease or “ALS”.

SUPPORT AND RESOURCES

With the end of the semester just a few weeks away, there are a variety of campus resources available to help students manage this busy time of year.

Student Life
SVPAA open forums and candidates announced | University transitioning to Google Custom Search Engine | Join the Wasatch Experience | April Academic Senate recap | HCI Total Cancer Care support study: Looking for cancer-free volunteers | 24th Annual Honors for Nursing | Pre-summer intensive courses available
A Healthier U
Practicing kindness can keep you healthy | Hot showers can dry out your skin | What your acne means
The Arts and U
Each unique in their musical offerings, the Percussion Ensemble and Crimson Harps invite you to their final concerts of the semester

MONEY AND HAPPINESS

U professor Ed Diener is co-author on a study that takes a global look at the link between money and life satisfaction.

SUSTAINABLE GROWTH

Faculty expand interdisciplinary research through new seed grant initiative.

LEAFING THROUGH TREE RESEARCH

Nursery stock and homeowner preferences drive tree diversity in Salt Lake Valley.