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2018 Social Media Recap

This year’s U social media reflected the gamut of emotions and events experienced on campus. And, as always, the U’s Instagram featured the signature stunning vistas of the U.

Determined, genuine and kind: The legacy of Lauren

The University of Utah campus joins together to mourn the loss of student Lauren McCluskey.

Humans of the U: Roundup

Sharing compelling stories from the heart of the U’s campus.

MEET THE NEW LEADERSHIP TEAM

During her first six months as president, Ruth V. Watkins has visited with campus and community members, toured the state and recruited a new leadership team.

RESEARCH AWARDS PASS $500M MILESTONE

Quality of researchers and programs pays off in record-breaking funding year.

‘Secrets of the Campus Cadavers’

New U podcast tells story of found remains.

MOOSE ON THE LOOSE

Don’t miss the video of a 2-year-old bull moose caught wandering through campus.

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CAMPUS HAPPENINGS

Wilkes Center announces 7 finalists for $500K Climate Launch Prize

Top finalists from 215 international submissions are vying for the prize funds to accelerate their solutions to climate change.

Search underway to replace Senior Vice President for Health Sciences

The search committee is being co-chaired by Mitzi Montoya, Senior Vice President for Academic Affairs and Provost, and Randy Peterson, dean of the College of Pharmacy.

Materials science lab to advance metallurgical technologies

Titanium Additive Manufacturing Research Center established in collaboration between U’s Zak Fang and IperionX to advance technologies for producing critical metals.

U working to preserve essential student support efforts

University leaders are conducting a thorough review of the people, programs and projects that have been dedicated to equity, diversity and inclusion.

Moving science forward by imaging data

Scientific Computing and Imaging (SCI) Institute celebrates 30 years of supporting research at the U.

Golden Spike Monument’s western-state tour kickoff event

The 43-foot-tall Golden Spike Monument, a golden public art piece, will be on display in Presidents Circle on April 24 from 10 a.m.-12 p.m.

Student Affairs launches three strategic initiatives

The initiatives are aimed at enriching the student experience and strengthening student skills.

B.O.A.T. Brightest of All Time

A gamma-ray burst so bright it “blinded” space telescopes and shook Earth’s atmosphere.

Why can zebrafish regenerate damaged heart tissue, while other fish species cannot?

Utah biologists discover that tiny tropical fish’s “superpower” lies in an immune response to heart injuries.

4 ways to investigate international perspectives

The U’s Honors College believes there’s no better way to challenge students’ assumptions about the world than through international experiences.

Wilkes Center announces 7 finalists for $500K Climate Launch Prize

Top finalists from 215 international submissions are vying for the prize funds to accelerate their solutions to climate change.

Search underway to replace Senior Vice President for Health Sciences

The search committee is being co-chaired by Mitzi Montoya, Senior Vice President for Academic Affairs and Provost, and Randy Peterson, dean of the College of Pharmacy.

Materials science lab to advance metallurgical technologies

Titanium Additive Manufacturing Research Center established in collaboration between U’s Zak Fang and IperionX to advance technologies for producing critical metals.

U working to preserve essential student support efforts

University leaders are conducting a thorough review of the people, programs and projects that have been dedicated to equity, diversity and inclusion.

Moving science forward by imaging data

Scientific Computing and Imaging (SCI) Institute celebrates 30 years of supporting research at the U.

Golden Spike Monument’s western-state tour kickoff event

The 43-foot-tall Golden Spike Monument, a golden public art piece, will be on display in Presidents Circle on April 24 from 10 a.m.-12 p.m.

Student Affairs launches three strategic initiatives

The initiatives are aimed at enriching the student experience and strengthening student skills.

B.O.A.T. Brightest of All Time

A gamma-ray burst so bright it “blinded” space telescopes and shook Earth’s atmosphere.

Why can zebrafish regenerate damaged heart tissue, while other fish species cannot?

Utah biologists discover that tiny tropical fish’s “superpower” lies in an immune response to heart injuries.

4 ways to investigate international perspectives

The U’s Honors College believes there’s no better way to challenge students’ assumptions about the world than through international experiences.

Wilkes Center announces 7 finalists for $500K Climate Launch Prize

Top finalists from 215 international submissions are vying for the prize funds to accelerate their solutions to climate change.

Search underway to replace Senior Vice President for Health Sciences

The search committee is being co-chaired by Mitzi Montoya, Senior Vice President for Academic Affairs and Provost, and Randy Peterson, dean of the College of Pharmacy.

Materials science lab to advance metallurgical technologies

Titanium Additive Manufacturing Research Center established in collaboration between U’s Zak Fang and IperionX to advance technologies for producing critical metals.

U working to preserve essential student support efforts

University leaders are conducting a thorough review of the people, programs and projects that have been dedicated to equity, diversity and inclusion.

Moving science forward by imaging data

Scientific Computing and Imaging (SCI) Institute celebrates 30 years of supporting research at the U.

Golden Spike Monument’s western-state tour kickoff event

The 43-foot-tall Golden Spike Monument, a golden public art piece, will be on display in Presidents Circle on April 24 from 10 a.m.-12 p.m.

Student Affairs launches three strategic initiatives

The initiatives are aimed at enriching the student experience and strengthening student skills.

B.O.A.T. Brightest of All Time

A gamma-ray burst so bright it “blinded” space telescopes and shook Earth’s atmosphere.

Why can zebrafish regenerate damaged heart tissue, while other fish species cannot?

Utah biologists discover that tiny tropical fish’s “superpower” lies in an immune response to heart injuries.

4 ways to investigate international perspectives

The U’s Honors College believes there’s no better way to challenge students’ assumptions about the world than through international experiences.

Wilkes Center announces 7 finalists for $500K Climate Launch Prize

Top finalists from 215 international submissions are vying for the prize funds to accelerate their solutions to climate change.

Search underway to replace Senior Vice President for Health Sciences

The search committee is being co-chaired by Mitzi Montoya, Senior Vice President for Academic Affairs and Provost, and Randy Peterson, dean of the College of Pharmacy.

Materials science lab to advance metallurgical technologies

Titanium Additive Manufacturing Research Center established in collaboration between U’s Zak Fang and IperionX to advance technologies for producing critical metals.

U working to preserve essential student support efforts

University leaders are conducting a thorough review of the people, programs and projects that have been dedicated to equity, diversity and inclusion.

Moving science forward by imaging data

Scientific Computing and Imaging (SCI) Institute celebrates 30 years of supporting research at the U.

Golden Spike Monument’s western-state tour kickoff event

The 43-foot-tall Golden Spike Monument, a golden public art piece, will be on display in Presidents Circle on April 24 from 10 a.m.-12 p.m.

Student Affairs launches three strategic initiatives

The initiatives are aimed at enriching the student experience and strengthening student skills.

B.O.A.T. Brightest of All Time

A gamma-ray burst so bright it “blinded” space telescopes and shook Earth’s atmosphere.

Why can zebrafish regenerate damaged heart tissue, while other fish species cannot?

Utah biologists discover that tiny tropical fish’s “superpower” lies in an immune response to heart injuries.

4 ways to investigate international perspectives

The U’s Honors College believes there’s no better way to challenge students’ assumptions about the world than through international experiences.

 
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