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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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Statement from University of Utah President Taylor Randall on the Death of Aaron Lowe

Aaron Lowe’s life was cut short in a callous act of gun violence off-campus.

Domestic Violence Awareness Month 2021

This month forces us to think about why domestic violence exists in our culture and to acknowledge the power differentials that abusers exploit and maintain.

New name, same commitment to safety

The Department of Public Safety has changed its name to the University Safety Department.

Legacy Giving Awareness Month

The university has a long history of honoring the legacy of those individuals who have included gifts from their estate plans.

U professor featured in Utah air quality documentary

Daniel Mendoza shares personal stories and scientific perspectives.

Human behavior sabotages CO2-reducing strategies

A study found that the “rebound effect” negates some of the benefits of U.S. states’ policies aimed at improving efficiency and renewable energy sources in the residential sector.

Celebrating Latinx heritage

“We need to celebrate each other, celebrate ourselves and celebrate our campus diversity as a community.”

Discover your strengths

Learning your primary skills will help you network, interview, talk about and promote yourself when it comes to landing that dream job.

Security training, awareness efforts strengthen the U—and you

Security training is required for employees who access restricted data.

Fall Utah Mag hot off the presses

Tales from a graveyard, caring for aging family and more in Utah Magazine’s fall issue.

Statement from University of Utah President Taylor Randall on the Death of Aaron Lowe

Aaron Lowe’s life was cut short in a callous act of gun violence off-campus.

Domestic Violence Awareness Month 2021

This month forces us to think about why domestic violence exists in our culture and to acknowledge the power differentials that abusers exploit and maintain.

New name, same commitment to safety

The Department of Public Safety has changed its name to the University Safety Department.

Legacy Giving Awareness Month

The university has a long history of honoring the legacy of those individuals who have included gifts from their estate plans.

U professor featured in Utah air quality documentary

Daniel Mendoza shares personal stories and scientific perspectives.

Human behavior sabotages CO2-reducing strategies

A study found that the “rebound effect” negates some of the benefits of U.S. states’ policies aimed at improving efficiency and renewable energy sources in the residential sector.

Celebrating Latinx heritage

“We need to celebrate each other, celebrate ourselves and celebrate our campus diversity as a community.”

Discover your strengths

Learning your primary skills will help you network, interview, talk about and promote yourself when it comes to landing that dream job.

Security training, awareness efforts strengthen the U—and you

Security training is required for employees who access restricted data.

Fall Utah Mag hot off the presses

Tales from a graveyard, caring for aging family and more in Utah Magazine’s fall issue.

Statement from University of Utah President Taylor Randall on the Death of Aaron Lowe

Aaron Lowe’s life was cut short in a callous act of gun violence off-campus.

Domestic Violence Awareness Month 2021

This month forces us to think about why domestic violence exists in our culture and to acknowledge the power differentials that abusers exploit and maintain.

New name, same commitment to safety

The Department of Public Safety has changed its name to the University Safety Department.

Legacy Giving Awareness Month

The university has a long history of honoring the legacy of those individuals who have included gifts from their estate plans.

U professor featured in Utah air quality documentary

Daniel Mendoza shares personal stories and scientific perspectives.

Human behavior sabotages CO2-reducing strategies

A study found that the “rebound effect” negates some of the benefits of U.S. states’ policies aimed at improving efficiency and renewable energy sources in the residential sector.

Celebrating Latinx heritage

“We need to celebrate each other, celebrate ourselves and celebrate our campus diversity as a community.”

Discover your strengths

Learning your primary skills will help you network, interview, talk about and promote yourself when it comes to landing that dream job.

Security training, awareness efforts strengthen the U—and you

Security training is required for employees who access restricted data.

Fall Utah Mag hot off the presses

Tales from a graveyard, caring for aging family and more in Utah Magazine’s fall issue.

Statement from University of Utah President Taylor Randall on the Death of Aaron Lowe

Aaron Lowe’s life was cut short in a callous act of gun violence off-campus.

Domestic Violence Awareness Month 2021

This month forces us to think about why domestic violence exists in our culture and to acknowledge the power differentials that abusers exploit and maintain.

New name, same commitment to safety

The Department of Public Safety has changed its name to the University Safety Department.

Legacy Giving Awareness Month

The university has a long history of honoring the legacy of those individuals who have included gifts from their estate plans.

U professor featured in Utah air quality documentary

Daniel Mendoza shares personal stories and scientific perspectives.

Human behavior sabotages CO2-reducing strategies

A study found that the “rebound effect” negates some of the benefits of U.S. states’ policies aimed at improving efficiency and renewable energy sources in the residential sector.

Celebrating Latinx heritage

“We need to celebrate each other, celebrate ourselves and celebrate our campus diversity as a community.”

Discover your strengths

Learning your primary skills will help you network, interview, talk about and promote yourself when it comes to landing that dream job.

Security training, awareness efforts strengthen the U—and you

Security training is required for employees who access restricted data.

Fall Utah Mag hot off the presses

Tales from a graveyard, caring for aging family and more in Utah Magazine’s fall issue.

 
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