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Catmull to receive Academy Award

U College of Engineering alum, Ed Catmull, the president of Pixar Animation and Walt Disney Animation whose technological advancements in computer animation revolutionized Hollywood movies, will be awarded his sixth scientific and technical Academy Award this February.

Make alternative transit time count

Emissions-saving challenges are most effective if participants make alternative transit fun, interesting or productive.

Dust threatens to destroy Utah’s snow

Declining water levels in the Great Salt Lake contribute to snowmelt.

Chemistry in spaaaaace

An experiment sent engineered plants to the International Space Station.

Bad air effects

A new report reveals a link between air pollution and increased risk for miscarriage.

Why patient’s lie to their doctors

A U study shows fear of being judged and embarrassed are among the reasons.

Making Utah a trauma-informed state

College of Social Work playing key effort in helping state agencies understand how trauma informs behavior.

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Amos Guiora: Israel’s new 8-party coalition government

Law professor Amos Guiora discusses Israel’s 8-party coalition government with AtTheU.

Understanding critical race theory

Edmund Fong explains what this theory is and is not, shedding light on the current debate over this approach to understanding systemic racism.

Celebrate and reflect on Juneteenth

On the eve of this year’s Juneteenth, we reflect on the significance of June 19, 1865—a day now commemorated as a federal holiday to mark the end of slavery in the United States.

Humans of the U: Gregory C. Thompson

A common thread through these five decades: capturing and preserving individuals’ stories, especially those people with little ability to do so on their own.

Utah Athletics launches Elevate U

The program will empower, connect and protect student-athletes as they build their personal brands and develop business opportunities.

Learn & Work in Utah

New, no-cost course opportunities available.

Reflections of drought in literature

This natural disaster has been pervasive throughout history inspiring many to write about its effects on humanity and the environment.

Annex demolition coming June 24

With a history rooted in World War II and a lifespan that has seen a diverse set of uses, the building was instrumental in the U’s growth.

What factors put Philippine birds at risk of extinction?

Correlating bird traits with extinction risk suggests some birds more endangered than previously thought.

Studying the preteen brain for insights into mental health disorders

U of U Health and the Adolescent Brain Cognitive Development Consortium develop a resource to study how the brain changes and matures during adolescence.

Amos Guiora: Israel’s new 8-party coalition government

Law professor Amos Guiora discusses Israel’s 8-party coalition government with AtTheU.

Understanding critical race theory

Edmund Fong explains what this theory is and is not, shedding light on the current debate over this approach to understanding systemic racism.

Celebrate and reflect on Juneteenth

On the eve of this year’s Juneteenth, we reflect on the significance of June 19, 1865—a day now commemorated as a federal holiday to mark the end of slavery in the United States.

Humans of the U: Gregory C. Thompson

A common thread through these five decades: capturing and preserving individuals’ stories, especially those people with little ability to do so on their own.

Utah Athletics launches Elevate U

The program will empower, connect and protect student-athletes as they build their personal brands and develop business opportunities.

Learn & Work in Utah

New, no-cost course opportunities available.

Reflections of drought in literature

This natural disaster has been pervasive throughout history inspiring many to write about its effects on humanity and the environment.

Annex demolition coming June 24

With a history rooted in World War II and a lifespan that has seen a diverse set of uses, the building was instrumental in the U’s growth.

What factors put Philippine birds at risk of extinction?

Correlating bird traits with extinction risk suggests some birds more endangered than previously thought.

Studying the preteen brain for insights into mental health disorders

U of U Health and the Adolescent Brain Cognitive Development Consortium develop a resource to study how the brain changes and matures during adolescence.

Amos Guiora: Israel’s new 8-party coalition government

Law professor Amos Guiora discusses Israel’s 8-party coalition government with AtTheU.

Understanding critical race theory

Edmund Fong explains what this theory is and is not, shedding light on the current debate over this approach to understanding systemic racism.

Celebrate and reflect on Juneteenth

On the eve of this year’s Juneteenth, we reflect on the significance of June 19, 1865—a day now commemorated as a federal holiday to mark the end of slavery in the United States.

Humans of the U: Gregory C. Thompson

A common thread through these five decades: capturing and preserving individuals’ stories, especially those people with little ability to do so on their own.

Utah Athletics launches Elevate U

The program will empower, connect and protect student-athletes as they build their personal brands and develop business opportunities.

Learn & Work in Utah

New, no-cost course opportunities available.

Reflections of drought in literature

This natural disaster has been pervasive throughout history inspiring many to write about its effects on humanity and the environment.

Annex demolition coming June 24

With a history rooted in World War II and a lifespan that has seen a diverse set of uses, the building was instrumental in the U’s growth.

What factors put Philippine birds at risk of extinction?

Correlating bird traits with extinction risk suggests some birds more endangered than previously thought.

Studying the preteen brain for insights into mental health disorders

U of U Health and the Adolescent Brain Cognitive Development Consortium develop a resource to study how the brain changes and matures during adolescence.

Amos Guiora: Israel’s new 8-party coalition government

Law professor Amos Guiora discusses Israel’s 8-party coalition government with AtTheU.

Understanding critical race theory

Edmund Fong explains what this theory is and is not, shedding light on the current debate over this approach to understanding systemic racism.

Celebrate and reflect on Juneteenth

On the eve of this year’s Juneteenth, we reflect on the significance of June 19, 1865—a day now commemorated as a federal holiday to mark the end of slavery in the United States.

Humans of the U: Gregory C. Thompson

A common thread through these five decades: capturing and preserving individuals’ stories, especially those people with little ability to do so on their own.

Utah Athletics launches Elevate U

The program will empower, connect and protect student-athletes as they build their personal brands and develop business opportunities.

Learn & Work in Utah

New, no-cost course opportunities available.

Reflections of drought in literature

This natural disaster has been pervasive throughout history inspiring many to write about its effects on humanity and the environment.

Annex demolition coming June 24

With a history rooted in World War II and a lifespan that has seen a diverse set of uses, the building was instrumental in the U’s growth.

What factors put Philippine birds at risk of extinction?

Correlating bird traits with extinction risk suggests some birds more endangered than previously thought.

Studying the preteen brain for insights into mental health disorders

U of U Health and the Adolescent Brain Cognitive Development Consortium develop a resource to study how the brain changes and matures during adolescence.

 
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