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First Dark Sky Studies minor in the U.S.

Keck Foundation awards $250,000 to fund the transdisciplinary program.

Vicente Fox to speak at Kingsbury Hall

Tanner Humanities Center, in partnership with the World Trade Center Utah, will host former president of Mexico on Feb. 12.

Sundance sponsor

Ten ways the U is teaming up with the Sundance Film Festival.

Art is a right—not a Luxury

U art class to unveil and dedicate nine murals in Murray, Utah.

Key to a long life: Genes

Utah population database plays a key role in new finding.

‘Miracle Material’ put to the test

U physicist Valy Vardeny builds machines for an emerging field of next-generation electronics, called spintronics.

 
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Humans of the U: Storey Peacock

“The variety of experiences I was able to bring into my undergraduate degree was very important to me.”

Humans of the U: Jasmine Walton

“There are a lot of paths I could take, but I want to go wherever I’m able to make an impact.”

Humans of the U: Adebowale “Debbie” Adebunmi

“As an international student, you really have to get used to living outside of your comfort zone.”

Student commencement speaker: Be excellent

For the 2024 University of Utah student commencement speaker Eron Powell, a love of learning is one of the most important things he is taking away from his time at the U.

Humans of the U: Erik Smith

“The Master of Business Creation program has been really good for me and my business.”

Humans of the U: Seohui Lee

“College is a precious time in life that you will never get back.”

Humans of the U: Seungjoo (June) Yang

“I want to engage everyone in communication through video journalism and make sure no one is left out.”

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.

Humans of the U: Storey Peacock

“The variety of experiences I was able to bring into my undergraduate degree was very important to me.”

Humans of the U: Jasmine Walton

“There are a lot of paths I could take, but I want to go wherever I’m able to make an impact.”

Humans of the U: Adebowale “Debbie” Adebunmi

“As an international student, you really have to get used to living outside of your comfort zone.”

Student commencement speaker: Be excellent

For the 2024 University of Utah student commencement speaker Eron Powell, a love of learning is one of the most important things he is taking away from his time at the U.

Humans of the U: Erik Smith

“The Master of Business Creation program has been really good for me and my business.”

Humans of the U: Seohui Lee

“College is a precious time in life that you will never get back.”

Humans of the U: Seungjoo (June) Yang

“I want to engage everyone in communication through video journalism and make sure no one is left out.”

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.

Humans of the U: Storey Peacock

“The variety of experiences I was able to bring into my undergraduate degree was very important to me.”

Humans of the U: Jasmine Walton

“There are a lot of paths I could take, but I want to go wherever I’m able to make an impact.”

Humans of the U: Adebowale “Debbie” Adebunmi

“As an international student, you really have to get used to living outside of your comfort zone.”

Student commencement speaker: Be excellent

For the 2024 University of Utah student commencement speaker Eron Powell, a love of learning is one of the most important things he is taking away from his time at the U.

Humans of the U: Erik Smith

“The Master of Business Creation program has been really good for me and my business.”

Humans of the U: Seohui Lee

“College is a precious time in life that you will never get back.”

Humans of the U: Seungjoo (June) Yang

“I want to engage everyone in communication through video journalism and make sure no one is left out.”

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.

Humans of the U: Storey Peacock

“The variety of experiences I was able to bring into my undergraduate degree was very important to me.”

Humans of the U: Jasmine Walton

“There are a lot of paths I could take, but I want to go wherever I’m able to make an impact.”

Humans of the U: Adebowale “Debbie” Adebunmi

“As an international student, you really have to get used to living outside of your comfort zone.”

Student commencement speaker: Be excellent

For the 2024 University of Utah student commencement speaker Eron Powell, a love of learning is one of the most important things he is taking away from his time at the U.

Humans of the U: Erik Smith

“The Master of Business Creation program has been really good for me and my business.”

Humans of the U: Seohui Lee

“College is a precious time in life that you will never get back.”

Humans of the U: Seungjoo (June) Yang

“I want to engage everyone in communication through video journalism and make sure no one is left out.”

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.

 
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