@ The U Newsletter

Save the date: Presidential inauguration

Ceremony for President Ruth V. Watkins to be held Sept. 21, 3 p.m. in Kingsbury Hall.

WORK-STUDY FUNDING

Need additional funding for school this year? There is work-study funding available through the University Office of Scholarships and Financial Aid.

The U takes on TED

U faculty and undergrad are among the local luminaries who will present their ideas, stories and creative solutions at the 2018 TEDxSaltLakeCity next month.

PEDESTRIAN SAFETY

Reminder: Share the pathways and sidewalks to ensure the safety of everyone on campus.

Announcements
Moran Eye Center Ophthalmology Residency program named among nation's top 10 | Utah Football hosts faculty and staff appreciation game | Constituent/Customer Relationship Management (CRM) software use survey | The right textbook for your course | S.J. Quinney College of Law launches new early admissions program | Utah chemist named one of “Talented 12” | U contributions to computer graphics honored | U senior named Ira Wolf Scholar
A Healthier U
Four weeks of free fitness classes | The Real Life Challenge | Late night snacks could increase your chance of breast cancer | ER or not: A really bad stubbed toe

Party like a rock star

Arts Bash is taking over the Marriott Library plaza this Wednesday with live performances, interactive art, free food and swag and ways to experience the arts on campus.

Never again is now

Lecture and art exhibit to focus on remembering and reaffirming commitment to protecting civil rights.

Watershed protection

Durable parking lot pavers reduce runoff at the Natural History Museum of Utah keeping stormwater in the soil.