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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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Celebrating the launch of the France Davis Utah Black Archive

The J. Willard Marriott Library create a digital archive in the name of Reverend France Davis, retired pastor, father, husband, community leader, civil rights leader, educator.

U Presents former U.S. Poet Laureate and trailblazer Joy Harjo

Tanner Humanities Center Hosts Harjo, Thursday, Oct. 6, 7 p.m.

Diné artist’s work is a centerpiece of UMFA’s ‘Air’

See Air now through December 11, and hear from Wilson himself at his October 7 artist talk.

Keith Diaz Moore announces departure

Over the last eight years, Dean Diaz Moore has led the College of Architecture + Planning to be recognized as a frontrunner in transforming architectural, design, and planning education.

Combining Health Care, Education & Partnership in West Valley

Community input is being sought to help the team identify opportunities and partnerships that can lead to even greater positive impact for West Valley. Take the survey today.

Cone snail venom wins Golden Goose Award

U researchers Baldomero “Toto” Olivera and J. Michael McIntosh are among 11 researchers honored for unusual discoveries that greatly benefit society.

Discover your options: Educational and career pathways for students with advanced language and cultural skills

With more than 150 students attending the University of Utah who are graduates of the Bridge Program for Advanced Language Learning — an advanced language program for Utah high school students to earn college credit before graduation — the U offers a number of opportunities for students to advance and apply their language skills in academic and career settings.   

University statement: Reactor detonation bomb threat

Police investigated and determined the statement was posted by a 21-year-old student.

Pakistanis impacted by record floods: Here’s how you can help

After suffering a terrible heatwave this summer, Pakistan then received up to 460 percent of its average monsoonal rainfall between June and mid-August, affecting 33 million.

Fostering an inclusive campus climate

A healthy campus climate benefits all community members, not just those who have been historically underrepresented. How can a thriving campus climate be achieved?

Celebrating the launch of the France Davis Utah Black Archive

The J. Willard Marriott Library create a digital archive in the name of Reverend France Davis, retired pastor, father, husband, community leader, civil rights leader, educator.

U Presents former U.S. Poet Laureate and trailblazer Joy Harjo

Tanner Humanities Center Hosts Harjo, Thursday, Oct. 6, 7 p.m.

Diné artist’s work is a centerpiece of UMFA’s ‘Air’

See Air now through December 11, and hear from Wilson himself at his October 7 artist talk.

Keith Diaz Moore announces departure

Over the last eight years, Dean Diaz Moore has led the College of Architecture + Planning to be recognized as a frontrunner in transforming architectural, design, and planning education.

Combining Health Care, Education & Partnership in West Valley

Community input is being sought to help the team identify opportunities and partnerships that can lead to even greater positive impact for West Valley. Take the survey today.

Cone snail venom wins Golden Goose Award

U researchers Baldomero “Toto” Olivera and J. Michael McIntosh are among 11 researchers honored for unusual discoveries that greatly benefit society.

Discover your options: Educational and career pathways for students with advanced language and cultural skills

With more than 150 students attending the University of Utah who are graduates of the Bridge Program for Advanced Language Learning — an advanced language program for Utah high school students to earn college credit before graduation — the U offers a number of opportunities for students to advance and apply their language skills in academic and career settings.   

University statement: Reactor detonation bomb threat

Police investigated and determined the statement was posted by a 21-year-old student.

Pakistanis impacted by record floods: Here’s how you can help

After suffering a terrible heatwave this summer, Pakistan then received up to 460 percent of its average monsoonal rainfall between June and mid-August, affecting 33 million.

Fostering an inclusive campus climate

A healthy campus climate benefits all community members, not just those who have been historically underrepresented. How can a thriving campus climate be achieved?

Celebrating the launch of the France Davis Utah Black Archive

The J. Willard Marriott Library create a digital archive in the name of Reverend France Davis, retired pastor, father, husband, community leader, civil rights leader, educator.

U Presents former U.S. Poet Laureate and trailblazer Joy Harjo

Tanner Humanities Center Hosts Harjo, Thursday, Oct. 6, 7 p.m.

Diné artist’s work is a centerpiece of UMFA’s ‘Air’

See Air now through December 11, and hear from Wilson himself at his October 7 artist talk.

Keith Diaz Moore announces departure

Over the last eight years, Dean Diaz Moore has led the College of Architecture + Planning to be recognized as a frontrunner in transforming architectural, design, and planning education.

Combining Health Care, Education & Partnership in West Valley

Community input is being sought to help the team identify opportunities and partnerships that can lead to even greater positive impact for West Valley. Take the survey today.

Cone snail venom wins Golden Goose Award

U researchers Baldomero “Toto” Olivera and J. Michael McIntosh are among 11 researchers honored for unusual discoveries that greatly benefit society.

Discover your options: Educational and career pathways for students with advanced language and cultural skills

With more than 150 students attending the University of Utah who are graduates of the Bridge Program for Advanced Language Learning — an advanced language program for Utah high school students to earn college credit before graduation — the U offers a number of opportunities for students to advance and apply their language skills in academic and career settings.   

University statement: Reactor detonation bomb threat

Police investigated and determined the statement was posted by a 21-year-old student.

Pakistanis impacted by record floods: Here’s how you can help

After suffering a terrible heatwave this summer, Pakistan then received up to 460 percent of its average monsoonal rainfall between June and mid-August, affecting 33 million.

Fostering an inclusive campus climate

A healthy campus climate benefits all community members, not just those who have been historically underrepresented. How can a thriving campus climate be achieved?

Celebrating the launch of the France Davis Utah Black Archive

The J. Willard Marriott Library create a digital archive in the name of Reverend France Davis, retired pastor, father, husband, community leader, civil rights leader, educator.

U Presents former U.S. Poet Laureate and trailblazer Joy Harjo

Tanner Humanities Center Hosts Harjo, Thursday, Oct. 6, 7 p.m.

Diné artist’s work is a centerpiece of UMFA’s ‘Air’

See Air now through December 11, and hear from Wilson himself at his October 7 artist talk.

Keith Diaz Moore announces departure

Over the last eight years, Dean Diaz Moore has led the College of Architecture + Planning to be recognized as a frontrunner in transforming architectural, design, and planning education.

Combining Health Care, Education & Partnership in West Valley

Community input is being sought to help the team identify opportunities and partnerships that can lead to even greater positive impact for West Valley. Take the survey today.

Cone snail venom wins Golden Goose Award

U researchers Baldomero “Toto” Olivera and J. Michael McIntosh are among 11 researchers honored for unusual discoveries that greatly benefit society.

Discover your options: Educational and career pathways for students with advanced language and cultural skills

With more than 150 students attending the University of Utah who are graduates of the Bridge Program for Advanced Language Learning — an advanced language program for Utah high school students to earn college credit before graduation — the U offers a number of opportunities for students to advance and apply their language skills in academic and career settings.   

University statement: Reactor detonation bomb threat

Police investigated and determined the statement was posted by a 21-year-old student.

Pakistanis impacted by record floods: Here’s how you can help

After suffering a terrible heatwave this summer, Pakistan then received up to 460 percent of its average monsoonal rainfall between June and mid-August, affecting 33 million.

Fostering an inclusive campus climate

A healthy campus climate benefits all community members, not just those who have been historically underrepresented. How can a thriving campus climate be achieved?

 
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