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Campus police dispatch system streamlined

A change to the record management system used by U police officers and detectives allows them to access dispatch calls that may have occurred before, or separate from, an official police case.

Self-Injury Awareness Day

This grassroots event is aimed at acknowledging the strength and resilience of individuals who often suffer in silence.

Campus Store shows the love

The Change Roundup Program asks patrons to round up their purchases to the nearest dollar, and excess funds are donated to campus organizations and charities that serve the U community.

Commit to better air year-round

Consider making alternative transportation part of your everyday life.

Historic photography

The Natural History Museum of Utah is home to a collection of lantern slides featuring Native Americans of the Southwest.

Happy trails, Fred

As Fred Esplin steps down as vice president for institutional advancement, the capstone of his 40 years at the U, he says “I never imagined in my wildest dreams I would have the opportunities I have had.”

 
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Los alumnos de 5º y 6º grado experimentan las carreras de sus sueños en el Día Imagine U

Una experiencia profesional demuestra que la educación secundaria es posible cuando los estudiantes siguen sus pasiones.

Is “second-guessing” a hard-wired behavior? Mouse study offers clues

Have you ever made a decision that, in hindsight, seemed irrational? A new study with mice, which could have implications for people, suggests that some decisions are, to a certain extent, beyond their control. Rather, the mice are hard-wired to make them. “This research is telling us that animals are constrained in the decisions they […]

When the air outside is bad, is it still clean inside?

New air sensors across campus will try to answer that question.

5th and 6th graders experience their dream careers at Imagine U Day

A catered career experience illustrates that secondary education is obtainable when students follow their passions.

Link between cardiovascular health & disorders such as carpal tunnel

People with higher risks of cardiovascular disease are significantly more likely to develop carpal tunnel syndrome, tennis elbow, golfer’s elbow, and rotator cuff tendinitis.

Newly discovered brain mechanism linked to anxiety, OCD

A new study shows that, like buttons on a game controller, specific microglia populations activate anxiety and OCSD behaviors while others dampen them.

Annual summer fire drill and evacuation exercise

For most building occupants, the exercise is “no-notice” – the pull station is activated, the horns and strobes activate, and persons within the building follow the protocol to exit the building.

Associate provost named to oversee institutional planning

Keith Diaz Moore is an interdisciplinary, award-winning architectural educator and researcher with expertise in community and campus design

An unexpected climate solution

Nathaniel Witham, first-place winner of the Wilkes Center Student Innovation Prize, will use the $20K purse to scale up his device that uses natural fluctuations in Earth’s temperature to generate electricity.

The U to celebrate Juneteenth – an important event in America’s multi-layered evolution story

On June 20, 2023, the U will pay tribute to Juneteenth National Independence Day in honor of the day when the last enslaved individuals in the country were notified of their emancipation.

Los alumnos de 5º y 6º grado experimentan las carreras de sus sueños en el Día Imagine U

Una experiencia profesional demuestra que la educación secundaria es posible cuando los estudiantes siguen sus pasiones.

Is “second-guessing” a hard-wired behavior? Mouse study offers clues

Have you ever made a decision that, in hindsight, seemed irrational? A new study with mice, which could have implications for people, suggests that some decisions are, to a certain extent, beyond their control. Rather, the mice are hard-wired to make them. “This research is telling us that animals are constrained in the decisions they […]

When the air outside is bad, is it still clean inside?

New air sensors across campus will try to answer that question.

5th and 6th graders experience their dream careers at Imagine U Day

A catered career experience illustrates that secondary education is obtainable when students follow their passions.

Link between cardiovascular health & disorders such as carpal tunnel

People with higher risks of cardiovascular disease are significantly more likely to develop carpal tunnel syndrome, tennis elbow, golfer’s elbow, and rotator cuff tendinitis.

Newly discovered brain mechanism linked to anxiety, OCD

A new study shows that, like buttons on a game controller, specific microglia populations activate anxiety and OCSD behaviors while others dampen them.

Annual summer fire drill and evacuation exercise

For most building occupants, the exercise is “no-notice” – the pull station is activated, the horns and strobes activate, and persons within the building follow the protocol to exit the building.

Associate provost named to oversee institutional planning

Keith Diaz Moore is an interdisciplinary, award-winning architectural educator and researcher with expertise in community and campus design

An unexpected climate solution

Nathaniel Witham, first-place winner of the Wilkes Center Student Innovation Prize, will use the $20K purse to scale up his device that uses natural fluctuations in Earth’s temperature to generate electricity.

The U to celebrate Juneteenth – an important event in America’s multi-layered evolution story

On June 20, 2023, the U will pay tribute to Juneteenth National Independence Day in honor of the day when the last enslaved individuals in the country were notified of their emancipation.

Los alumnos de 5º y 6º grado experimentan las carreras de sus sueños en el Día Imagine U

Una experiencia profesional demuestra que la educación secundaria es posible cuando los estudiantes siguen sus pasiones.

Is “second-guessing” a hard-wired behavior? Mouse study offers clues

Have you ever made a decision that, in hindsight, seemed irrational? A new study with mice, which could have implications for people, suggests that some decisions are, to a certain extent, beyond their control. Rather, the mice are hard-wired to make them. “This research is telling us that animals are constrained in the decisions they […]

When the air outside is bad, is it still clean inside?

New air sensors across campus will try to answer that question.

5th and 6th graders experience their dream careers at Imagine U Day

A catered career experience illustrates that secondary education is obtainable when students follow their passions.

Link between cardiovascular health & disorders such as carpal tunnel

People with higher risks of cardiovascular disease are significantly more likely to develop carpal tunnel syndrome, tennis elbow, golfer’s elbow, and rotator cuff tendinitis.

Newly discovered brain mechanism linked to anxiety, OCD

A new study shows that, like buttons on a game controller, specific microglia populations activate anxiety and OCSD behaviors while others dampen them.

Annual summer fire drill and evacuation exercise

For most building occupants, the exercise is “no-notice” – the pull station is activated, the horns and strobes activate, and persons within the building follow the protocol to exit the building.

Associate provost named to oversee institutional planning

Keith Diaz Moore is an interdisciplinary, award-winning architectural educator and researcher with expertise in community and campus design

An unexpected climate solution

Nathaniel Witham, first-place winner of the Wilkes Center Student Innovation Prize, will use the $20K purse to scale up his device that uses natural fluctuations in Earth’s temperature to generate electricity.

The U to celebrate Juneteenth – an important event in America’s multi-layered evolution story

On June 20, 2023, the U will pay tribute to Juneteenth National Independence Day in honor of the day when the last enslaved individuals in the country were notified of their emancipation.

Los alumnos de 5º y 6º grado experimentan las carreras de sus sueños en el Día Imagine U

Una experiencia profesional demuestra que la educación secundaria es posible cuando los estudiantes siguen sus pasiones.

Is “second-guessing” a hard-wired behavior? Mouse study offers clues

Have you ever made a decision that, in hindsight, seemed irrational? A new study with mice, which could have implications for people, suggests that some decisions are, to a certain extent, beyond their control. Rather, the mice are hard-wired to make them. “This research is telling us that animals are constrained in the decisions they […]

When the air outside is bad, is it still clean inside?

New air sensors across campus will try to answer that question.

5th and 6th graders experience their dream careers at Imagine U Day

A catered career experience illustrates that secondary education is obtainable when students follow their passions.

Link between cardiovascular health & disorders such as carpal tunnel

People with higher risks of cardiovascular disease are significantly more likely to develop carpal tunnel syndrome, tennis elbow, golfer’s elbow, and rotator cuff tendinitis.

Newly discovered brain mechanism linked to anxiety, OCD

A new study shows that, like buttons on a game controller, specific microglia populations activate anxiety and OCSD behaviors while others dampen them.

Annual summer fire drill and evacuation exercise

For most building occupants, the exercise is “no-notice” – the pull station is activated, the horns and strobes activate, and persons within the building follow the protocol to exit the building.

Associate provost named to oversee institutional planning

Keith Diaz Moore is an interdisciplinary, award-winning architectural educator and researcher with expertise in community and campus design

An unexpected climate solution

Nathaniel Witham, first-place winner of the Wilkes Center Student Innovation Prize, will use the $20K purse to scale up his device that uses natural fluctuations in Earth’s temperature to generate electricity.

The U to celebrate Juneteenth – an important event in America’s multi-layered evolution story

On June 20, 2023, the U will pay tribute to Juneteenth National Independence Day in honor of the day when the last enslaved individuals in the country were notified of their emancipation.

 
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