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New year, new parking options

Starting today, there are new parking lots opening, shuttle routes starting and special prizes for those who use public transportation.

Protecting our winters

Rising temperatures and other compounding factors are impacting our snowfall and our snowpack. Pledge to cut down on your carbon footprint this winter. And forever.

Transformative storytelling

An interdisciplinary partnership brings “Healthcare: Stories of Illness and Wellness” to campus.

 

Understanding female infertility

Researchers identify genes associated with polycystic ovary syndrome.

War and marriage

Ideal marriage partners drive Waorani warriors to war. Subtle coercion from in-laws also a factor.

 
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Indigenous co-management essential for Bears Ears region

Indigenous people have lived in the Bears Ears region of southeastern Utah for millennia. Ancestral Pueblos built elaborate houses, check dams, agricultural terraces and other modifications of the landscape, leaving ecological legacies that persist to this day. Identifying how humans interacted with past environments is critical for informing how best to protect archaeological sites and […]

Ranked-Choice Voting gives voice to diverse electorate

A look at how ranked voting could change elections.

How the body builds a healthy relationship with “good” gut bacteria

Research shows how the bacteria in the gut shape the immune system.

Student mental health at the U

The U Counseling Center is expanding mental health and wellness support for students.

How to practice self-compassion

We can be so hard on ourselves.

Why practice gratitude at work

We are less likely to express gratitude at work than anywhere else, where it’s sorely needed.

Mindfulness

Mindfulness is awareness of the present moment—open to where we are and what we’re doing with a sense of acceptance.

Mindfulness and comfort in the face of racism

Racism isn’t something that happens “somewhere else.”

3 steps to healing and resistance in the face of racism

Mindfulness can be an act of healing and resistance for Black, Indigenous, People of Color who confront microaggressions as part of everyday life.

Dialing back COVID-19 restrictions as we prepare to return to campus

Changes include event guidance, travel Restrictions, and temporary work adjustments (TWA).

Indigenous co-management essential for Bears Ears region

Indigenous people have lived in the Bears Ears region of southeastern Utah for millennia. Ancestral Pueblos built elaborate houses, check dams, agricultural terraces and other modifications of the landscape, leaving ecological legacies that persist to this day. Identifying how humans interacted with past environments is critical for informing how best to protect archaeological sites and […]

Ranked-Choice Voting gives voice to diverse electorate

A look at how ranked voting could change elections.

How the body builds a healthy relationship with “good” gut bacteria

Research shows how the bacteria in the gut shape the immune system.

Student mental health at the U

The U Counseling Center is expanding mental health and wellness support for students.

How to practice self-compassion

We can be so hard on ourselves.

Why practice gratitude at work

We are less likely to express gratitude at work than anywhere else, where it’s sorely needed.

Mindfulness

Mindfulness is awareness of the present moment—open to where we are and what we’re doing with a sense of acceptance.

Mindfulness and comfort in the face of racism

Racism isn’t something that happens “somewhere else.”

3 steps to healing and resistance in the face of racism

Mindfulness can be an act of healing and resistance for Black, Indigenous, People of Color who confront microaggressions as part of everyday life.

Dialing back COVID-19 restrictions as we prepare to return to campus

Changes include event guidance, travel Restrictions, and temporary work adjustments (TWA).

Indigenous co-management essential for Bears Ears region

Indigenous people have lived in the Bears Ears region of southeastern Utah for millennia. Ancestral Pueblos built elaborate houses, check dams, agricultural terraces and other modifications of the landscape, leaving ecological legacies that persist to this day. Identifying how humans interacted with past environments is critical for informing how best to protect archaeological sites and […]

Ranked-Choice Voting gives voice to diverse electorate

A look at how ranked voting could change elections.

How the body builds a healthy relationship with “good” gut bacteria

Research shows how the bacteria in the gut shape the immune system.

Student mental health at the U

The U Counseling Center is expanding mental health and wellness support for students.

How to practice self-compassion

We can be so hard on ourselves.

Why practice gratitude at work

We are less likely to express gratitude at work than anywhere else, where it’s sorely needed.

Mindfulness

Mindfulness is awareness of the present moment—open to where we are and what we’re doing with a sense of acceptance.

Mindfulness and comfort in the face of racism

Racism isn’t something that happens “somewhere else.”

3 steps to healing and resistance in the face of racism

Mindfulness can be an act of healing and resistance for Black, Indigenous, People of Color who confront microaggressions as part of everyday life.

Dialing back COVID-19 restrictions as we prepare to return to campus

Changes include event guidance, travel Restrictions, and temporary work adjustments (TWA).

Indigenous co-management essential for Bears Ears region

Indigenous people have lived in the Bears Ears region of southeastern Utah for millennia. Ancestral Pueblos built elaborate houses, check dams, agricultural terraces and other modifications of the landscape, leaving ecological legacies that persist to this day. Identifying how humans interacted with past environments is critical for informing how best to protect archaeological sites and […]

Ranked-Choice Voting gives voice to diverse electorate

A look at how ranked voting could change elections.

How the body builds a healthy relationship with “good” gut bacteria

Research shows how the bacteria in the gut shape the immune system.

Student mental health at the U

The U Counseling Center is expanding mental health and wellness support for students.

How to practice self-compassion

We can be so hard on ourselves.

Why practice gratitude at work

We are less likely to express gratitude at work than anywhere else, where it’s sorely needed.

Mindfulness

Mindfulness is awareness of the present moment—open to where we are and what we’re doing with a sense of acceptance.

Mindfulness and comfort in the face of racism

Racism isn’t something that happens “somewhere else.”

3 steps to healing and resistance in the face of racism

Mindfulness can be an act of healing and resistance for Black, Indigenous, People of Color who confront microaggressions as part of everyday life.

Dialing back COVID-19 restrictions as we prepare to return to campus

Changes include event guidance, travel Restrictions, and temporary work adjustments (TWA).

 
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