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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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Ferocious fungus

University of Utah engineers discover what makes a tree-killing fungus so hard to put down.

Want to get vaccinated but afraid of needles? U therapists can help.

They’re part of a nationwide network helping people overcome needle phobia

Winter wonderland celebration at the Union

To celebrate another fantastic year, the Union Administration will be hosting its annual winter celebration—formerly called Festivus.

Autism in Utah 8-year-olds far more prevalent than previously reported

Increase is likely due to greater awareness of the disorder, better diagnostic tools and improved access to medical care.

Thank you to Dan Reed

We are grateful for his dedicated service and wish him well as he returns to his research roots and takes a well-deserved administrative break.

An honor and a privilege

Senior Vice President Dan Reed steps down to focus on research, policy work and writing.

Digital assistants and other cloud-based benefits

There are lots of great features you could be using.

Utah Athletics graduation success rate at 93%

It is the fifth consecutive year Utah’s score has met or exceeded the 90% benchmark.

Loss of ancient grazers triggered a global rise in fires

From 50,000 to 6,000 years ago, many large grazers went extinct. The loss of these large species triggered a dramatic increase in fire activity across the world’s grasslands.

6 gift ideas from NHMU’s Museum Store

Unique ideas for everyone on your list.

Ferocious fungus

University of Utah engineers discover what makes a tree-killing fungus so hard to put down.

Want to get vaccinated but afraid of needles? U therapists can help.

They’re part of a nationwide network helping people overcome needle phobia

Winter wonderland celebration at the Union

To celebrate another fantastic year, the Union Administration will be hosting its annual winter celebration—formerly called Festivus.

Autism in Utah 8-year-olds far more prevalent than previously reported

Increase is likely due to greater awareness of the disorder, better diagnostic tools and improved access to medical care.

Thank you to Dan Reed

We are grateful for his dedicated service and wish him well as he returns to his research roots and takes a well-deserved administrative break.

An honor and a privilege

Senior Vice President Dan Reed steps down to focus on research, policy work and writing.

Digital assistants and other cloud-based benefits

There are lots of great features you could be using.

Utah Athletics graduation success rate at 93%

It is the fifth consecutive year Utah’s score has met or exceeded the 90% benchmark.

Loss of ancient grazers triggered a global rise in fires

From 50,000 to 6,000 years ago, many large grazers went extinct. The loss of these large species triggered a dramatic increase in fire activity across the world’s grasslands.

6 gift ideas from NHMU’s Museum Store

Unique ideas for everyone on your list.

Ferocious fungus

University of Utah engineers discover what makes a tree-killing fungus so hard to put down.

Want to get vaccinated but afraid of needles? U therapists can help.

They’re part of a nationwide network helping people overcome needle phobia

Winter wonderland celebration at the Union

To celebrate another fantastic year, the Union Administration will be hosting its annual winter celebration—formerly called Festivus.

Autism in Utah 8-year-olds far more prevalent than previously reported

Increase is likely due to greater awareness of the disorder, better diagnostic tools and improved access to medical care.

Thank you to Dan Reed

We are grateful for his dedicated service and wish him well as he returns to his research roots and takes a well-deserved administrative break.

An honor and a privilege

Senior Vice President Dan Reed steps down to focus on research, policy work and writing.

Digital assistants and other cloud-based benefits

There are lots of great features you could be using.

Utah Athletics graduation success rate at 93%

It is the fifth consecutive year Utah’s score has met or exceeded the 90% benchmark.

Loss of ancient grazers triggered a global rise in fires

From 50,000 to 6,000 years ago, many large grazers went extinct. The loss of these large species triggered a dramatic increase in fire activity across the world’s grasslands.

6 gift ideas from NHMU’s Museum Store

Unique ideas for everyone on your list.

Ferocious fungus

University of Utah engineers discover what makes a tree-killing fungus so hard to put down.

Want to get vaccinated but afraid of needles? U therapists can help.

They’re part of a nationwide network helping people overcome needle phobia

Winter wonderland celebration at the Union

To celebrate another fantastic year, the Union Administration will be hosting its annual winter celebration—formerly called Festivus.

Autism in Utah 8-year-olds far more prevalent than previously reported

Increase is likely due to greater awareness of the disorder, better diagnostic tools and improved access to medical care.

Thank you to Dan Reed

We are grateful for his dedicated service and wish him well as he returns to his research roots and takes a well-deserved administrative break.

An honor and a privilege

Senior Vice President Dan Reed steps down to focus on research, policy work and writing.

Digital assistants and other cloud-based benefits

There are lots of great features you could be using.

Utah Athletics graduation success rate at 93%

It is the fifth consecutive year Utah’s score has met or exceeded the 90% benchmark.

Loss of ancient grazers triggered a global rise in fires

From 50,000 to 6,000 years ago, many large grazers went extinct. The loss of these large species triggered a dramatic increase in fire activity across the world’s grasslands.

6 gift ideas from NHMU’s Museum Store

Unique ideas for everyone on your list.

 
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