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Sexual assault campus climate survey

Survey results show students are more engaged in discussions about sexual assault, but remain unaware of resources.

What love looks like—and what it does not

A working group at the U is looking at raising awareness about healthy relationships and warning signs of trouble.

Housing for U

Housing & Residential Education has a variety of apartment options for sophomores, juniors, seniors and even grad students on campus, nearby and in downtown Salt Lake City.

‘One in a Million’

A new documentary tells the story of Tyler, who lost his ability to walk, see and hear by the time he was 10. The cause remained a mystery until U of U Health scientists searched his DNA for clues.

Air quality research

Researchers at the U renew their efforts to better understand who the big emitters are, who is being affected and how we can clear our air.

Protecting the field of dreams

U engineers will develop sensors that know when cornfields are getting attacked by insects or weeds.

Youth in action

Bringing the worldwide work of human rights into a classroom.

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Exploring myths: Stranger danger

Recognizing who perpetrates harm can make it easier to stay safe and reach out if someone needs help.

Perseverance Rover’s journey to Mars

U alum Thomas Stucky, a KBRwyle engineer at NASA’s Ames Research Center, talked about NASA’s mission to search for life on Mars—and prepare for future human explorers.

Exploring the science of sea ice

U mathematician Ken Golden takes to the ice in a Frontiers of Science lecture.

5 ways to determine if a grad program is right for you

Make sure the program you pick is a good fit for you.

Social capital work during COVID-19

How community partners are coming together to help one another during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Statement regarding House Bill 302

Full statement from Kate Charipar, associate athletics director for compliance, to the Utah State Senate Health and Human Services Committee regarding House Bill 302 on Feb. 24, 2021.

The Great American Outdoors Act offers weary Americans a lifeline

It’s time to envision a future with more protected areas and urban parks.

Travel as you learn

Get the most out of your degree with a Learning Abroad Exchange Program.

Elevate campus health, take the National College Health Assessment

Much like voting, taking this national assessment is a chance to add your voice to the conversation around student health and wellness.

Virtual French film festival comes to the U

Learning Abroad, in collaboration with the Departments of Film & Media Arts and World Languages & Cultures, present the Tournées Film Festival.

Exploring myths: Stranger danger

Recognizing who perpetrates harm can make it easier to stay safe and reach out if someone needs help.

Perseverance Rover’s journey to Mars

U alum Thomas Stucky, a KBRwyle engineer at NASA’s Ames Research Center, talked about NASA’s mission to search for life on Mars—and prepare for future human explorers.

Exploring the science of sea ice

U mathematician Ken Golden takes to the ice in a Frontiers of Science lecture.

5 ways to determine if a grad program is right for you

Make sure the program you pick is a good fit for you.

Social capital work during COVID-19

How community partners are coming together to help one another during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Statement regarding House Bill 302

Full statement from Kate Charipar, associate athletics director for compliance, to the Utah State Senate Health and Human Services Committee regarding House Bill 302 on Feb. 24, 2021.

The Great American Outdoors Act offers weary Americans a lifeline

It’s time to envision a future with more protected areas and urban parks.

Travel as you learn

Get the most out of your degree with a Learning Abroad Exchange Program.

Elevate campus health, take the National College Health Assessment

Much like voting, taking this national assessment is a chance to add your voice to the conversation around student health and wellness.

Virtual French film festival comes to the U

Learning Abroad, in collaboration with the Departments of Film & Media Arts and World Languages & Cultures, present the Tournées Film Festival.

Exploring myths: Stranger danger

Recognizing who perpetrates harm can make it easier to stay safe and reach out if someone needs help.

Perseverance Rover’s journey to Mars

U alum Thomas Stucky, a KBRwyle engineer at NASA’s Ames Research Center, talked about NASA’s mission to search for life on Mars—and prepare for future human explorers.

Exploring the science of sea ice

U mathematician Ken Golden takes to the ice in a Frontiers of Science lecture.

5 ways to determine if a grad program is right for you

Make sure the program you pick is a good fit for you.

Social capital work during COVID-19

How community partners are coming together to help one another during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Statement regarding House Bill 302

Full statement from Kate Charipar, associate athletics director for compliance, to the Utah State Senate Health and Human Services Committee regarding House Bill 302 on Feb. 24, 2021.

The Great American Outdoors Act offers weary Americans a lifeline

It’s time to envision a future with more protected areas and urban parks.

Travel as you learn

Get the most out of your degree with a Learning Abroad Exchange Program.

Elevate campus health, take the National College Health Assessment

Much like voting, taking this national assessment is a chance to add your voice to the conversation around student health and wellness.

Virtual French film festival comes to the U

Learning Abroad, in collaboration with the Departments of Film & Media Arts and World Languages & Cultures, present the Tournées Film Festival.

Exploring myths: Stranger danger

Recognizing who perpetrates harm can make it easier to stay safe and reach out if someone needs help.

Perseverance Rover’s journey to Mars

U alum Thomas Stucky, a KBRwyle engineer at NASA’s Ames Research Center, talked about NASA’s mission to search for life on Mars—and prepare for future human explorers.

Exploring the science of sea ice

U mathematician Ken Golden takes to the ice in a Frontiers of Science lecture.

5 ways to determine if a grad program is right for you

Make sure the program you pick is a good fit for you.

Social capital work during COVID-19

How community partners are coming together to help one another during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Statement regarding House Bill 302

Full statement from Kate Charipar, associate athletics director for compliance, to the Utah State Senate Health and Human Services Committee regarding House Bill 302 on Feb. 24, 2021.

The Great American Outdoors Act offers weary Americans a lifeline

It’s time to envision a future with more protected areas and urban parks.

Travel as you learn

Get the most out of your degree with a Learning Abroad Exchange Program.

Elevate campus health, take the National College Health Assessment

Much like voting, taking this national assessment is a chance to add your voice to the conversation around student health and wellness.

Virtual French film festival comes to the U

Learning Abroad, in collaboration with the Departments of Film & Media Arts and World Languages & Cultures, present the Tournées Film Festival.

 
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