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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.

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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New leaders bring fresh expertise to Global U

The roles are critical for the campus as it strives to meet this moment of engaging globally in a pandemic-impacted world.

Pac-12 Sustainability Conference coming to Rice-Eccles Stadium

Taylor Randall and Mark Harlan will speak at the sixth annual event at June 15-16.

U elementary teacher program earns an A+ for math preparation

Program earns national recognition for robust requirements in key elementary mathematics content and pedagogy.

Study explores climate influences on snowmelt-fed water supplies

Three decades of research show three factors that can help predict how climate change will impact critical snowmelt-driven water supplies nationwide.

When hate abounds, promote empathy and love

The University of Utah is a place where we dispel conspiracy with reasoned debate and knowledge development based on the use of the broad scientific process.

Dan Reed elected to lead National Science Board

As chair, Reed leads the board that serves as an independent advisor to Congress and the president on science and engineering policy, and that governs and sets policy for the National Science Foundation.

More than a status

Navigating notions of illegality as undocumented students.

A place for pollinators on campus

The garden allows for a habitat that bees, butterflies, hummingbirds, and other pollinators find food and shelter while also transferring pollen from one flower to another.

Searching for life in the universe

They are developing a microchip for work in space that will be used to search for life on other planets as well as for monitoring the health of astronauts.

Free speech and the campus community

The university has a wide-ranging policy regarding free speech on campus.

New leaders bring fresh expertise to Global U

The roles are critical for the campus as it strives to meet this moment of engaging globally in a pandemic-impacted world.

Pac-12 Sustainability Conference coming to Rice-Eccles Stadium

Taylor Randall and Mark Harlan will speak at the sixth annual event at June 15-16.

U elementary teacher program earns an A+ for math preparation

Program earns national recognition for robust requirements in key elementary mathematics content and pedagogy.

Study explores climate influences on snowmelt-fed water supplies

Three decades of research show three factors that can help predict how climate change will impact critical snowmelt-driven water supplies nationwide.

When hate abounds, promote empathy and love

The University of Utah is a place where we dispel conspiracy with reasoned debate and knowledge development based on the use of the broad scientific process.

Dan Reed elected to lead National Science Board

As chair, Reed leads the board that serves as an independent advisor to Congress and the president on science and engineering policy, and that governs and sets policy for the National Science Foundation.

More than a status

Navigating notions of illegality as undocumented students.

A place for pollinators on campus

The garden allows for a habitat that bees, butterflies, hummingbirds, and other pollinators find food and shelter while also transferring pollen from one flower to another.

Searching for life in the universe

They are developing a microchip for work in space that will be used to search for life on other planets as well as for monitoring the health of astronauts.

Free speech and the campus community

The university has a wide-ranging policy regarding free speech on campus.

New leaders bring fresh expertise to Global U

The roles are critical for the campus as it strives to meet this moment of engaging globally in a pandemic-impacted world.

Pac-12 Sustainability Conference coming to Rice-Eccles Stadium

Taylor Randall and Mark Harlan will speak at the sixth annual event at June 15-16.

U elementary teacher program earns an A+ for math preparation

Program earns national recognition for robust requirements in key elementary mathematics content and pedagogy.

Study explores climate influences on snowmelt-fed water supplies

Three decades of research show three factors that can help predict how climate change will impact critical snowmelt-driven water supplies nationwide.

When hate abounds, promote empathy and love

The University of Utah is a place where we dispel conspiracy with reasoned debate and knowledge development based on the use of the broad scientific process.

Dan Reed elected to lead National Science Board

As chair, Reed leads the board that serves as an independent advisor to Congress and the president on science and engineering policy, and that governs and sets policy for the National Science Foundation.

More than a status

Navigating notions of illegality as undocumented students.

A place for pollinators on campus

The garden allows for a habitat that bees, butterflies, hummingbirds, and other pollinators find food and shelter while also transferring pollen from one flower to another.

Searching for life in the universe

They are developing a microchip for work in space that will be used to search for life on other planets as well as for monitoring the health of astronauts.

Free speech and the campus community

The university has a wide-ranging policy regarding free speech on campus.

New leaders bring fresh expertise to Global U

The roles are critical for the campus as it strives to meet this moment of engaging globally in a pandemic-impacted world.

Pac-12 Sustainability Conference coming to Rice-Eccles Stadium

Taylor Randall and Mark Harlan will speak at the sixth annual event at June 15-16.

U elementary teacher program earns an A+ for math preparation

Program earns national recognition for robust requirements in key elementary mathematics content and pedagogy.

Study explores climate influences on snowmelt-fed water supplies

Three decades of research show three factors that can help predict how climate change will impact critical snowmelt-driven water supplies nationwide.

When hate abounds, promote empathy and love

The University of Utah is a place where we dispel conspiracy with reasoned debate and knowledge development based on the use of the broad scientific process.

Dan Reed elected to lead National Science Board

As chair, Reed leads the board that serves as an independent advisor to Congress and the president on science and engineering policy, and that governs and sets policy for the National Science Foundation.

More than a status

Navigating notions of illegality as undocumented students.

A place for pollinators on campus

The garden allows for a habitat that bees, butterflies, hummingbirds, and other pollinators find food and shelter while also transferring pollen from one flower to another.

Searching for life in the universe

They are developing a microchip for work in space that will be used to search for life on other planets as well as for monitoring the health of astronauts.

Free speech and the campus community

The university has a wide-ranging policy regarding free speech on campus.

 
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