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A culture of respect begins with U

In the spring 2019 semester, the U introduced a voluntary online training module focusing on diversity, inclusion and equity on campus.

Women’s Week: ‘Redefine’

This year’s events explore what it means to be powerful and radically creative, with a keynote address by Gabby Rivera, a Bronx-born, queer Latinx writer.

U alum named Nintendo president

Social media reacts to U alum Doug Bowser embracing comparisons to fire-breathing villain.

A future that is boundless

The U is changing lives and reaching new heights, President Watkins said in State of the U remarks.

Passageways to the law

More than 100 high school students visited the S.J. Quinney College of Law as part of a program designed to inspire students from underrepresented communities to pursue careers in the legal field.

Painting with the dean

Earlier this year, College of Mines and Earth Sciences Dean Darryl Butt led an art class as a form of stress relief.

Heading to the Hill

U students to exhibit their research via posters to Utah state legislators on Capitol Hill.

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The Great Utah ShakeOut and campus emergency response exercises

A decision was made a few years ago to not hold the traditional drill during ShakeOut week because of its impact on our academic operation.

Remembering Ted Wilson

The U is mourning the loss of Ted Wilson, teacher and mentor to generations of Hinckley Institute of Politics interns and politicians alike.

Undergraduate researchers and mentors honored

Each year, the Office of Undergraduate Research hands out several awards.

Indigenous hope for the climate

The Office of Sustainability partnered with the Indigenous Women’s Collective to discuss Indigenous epistemologies and beliefs, offering hope to all participants amidst the ongoing climate crisis.

Why controversial speakers come to campus

As a state university, the U is a public space. Not every location on campus is a free speech zone, but many are.

Athletes might pay with quick return to play

ACL tears need time to heal according to new research.

Utah refugee teens build cosmic ray detectors

Nearly 60 refugee students participated in InSPIRE, a program built from their cultures, languages and experiences to contribute to a worldwide project to measure cosmic ray activity on Earth.

Take action to end sexual violence

April is Sexual Assault Awareness Month. This year’s theme is “Building Connected Communities.” 

Celebrating the U’s unsung women leaders

Recognizing the tireless work of individuals who blaze the trail for women in leadership.

U launches updated climate action plan

This updated plan highlights progress made and outlines new ways the U will contribute to positive climate outcomes through research, education and operational policies and practices.

The Great Utah ShakeOut and campus emergency response exercises

A decision was made a few years ago to not hold the traditional drill during ShakeOut week because of its impact on our academic operation.

Remembering Ted Wilson

The U is mourning the loss of Ted Wilson, teacher and mentor to generations of Hinckley Institute of Politics interns and politicians alike.

Undergraduate researchers and mentors honored

Each year, the Office of Undergraduate Research hands out several awards.

Indigenous hope for the climate

The Office of Sustainability partnered with the Indigenous Women’s Collective to discuss Indigenous epistemologies and beliefs, offering hope to all participants amidst the ongoing climate crisis.

Why controversial speakers come to campus

As a state university, the U is a public space. Not every location on campus is a free speech zone, but many are.

Athletes might pay with quick return to play

ACL tears need time to heal according to new research.

Utah refugee teens build cosmic ray detectors

Nearly 60 refugee students participated in InSPIRE, a program built from their cultures, languages and experiences to contribute to a worldwide project to measure cosmic ray activity on Earth.

Take action to end sexual violence

April is Sexual Assault Awareness Month. This year’s theme is “Building Connected Communities.” 

Celebrating the U’s unsung women leaders

Recognizing the tireless work of individuals who blaze the trail for women in leadership.

U launches updated climate action plan

This updated plan highlights progress made and outlines new ways the U will contribute to positive climate outcomes through research, education and operational policies and practices.

The Great Utah ShakeOut and campus emergency response exercises

A decision was made a few years ago to not hold the traditional drill during ShakeOut week because of its impact on our academic operation.

Remembering Ted Wilson

The U is mourning the loss of Ted Wilson, teacher and mentor to generations of Hinckley Institute of Politics interns and politicians alike.

Undergraduate researchers and mentors honored

Each year, the Office of Undergraduate Research hands out several awards.

Indigenous hope for the climate

The Office of Sustainability partnered with the Indigenous Women’s Collective to discuss Indigenous epistemologies and beliefs, offering hope to all participants amidst the ongoing climate crisis.

Why controversial speakers come to campus

As a state university, the U is a public space. Not every location on campus is a free speech zone, but many are.

Athletes might pay with quick return to play

ACL tears need time to heal according to new research.

Utah refugee teens build cosmic ray detectors

Nearly 60 refugee students participated in InSPIRE, a program built from their cultures, languages and experiences to contribute to a worldwide project to measure cosmic ray activity on Earth.

Take action to end sexual violence

April is Sexual Assault Awareness Month. This year’s theme is “Building Connected Communities.” 

Celebrating the U’s unsung women leaders

Recognizing the tireless work of individuals who blaze the trail for women in leadership.

U launches updated climate action plan

This updated plan highlights progress made and outlines new ways the U will contribute to positive climate outcomes through research, education and operational policies and practices.

The Great Utah ShakeOut and campus emergency response exercises

A decision was made a few years ago to not hold the traditional drill during ShakeOut week because of its impact on our academic operation.

Remembering Ted Wilson

The U is mourning the loss of Ted Wilson, teacher and mentor to generations of Hinckley Institute of Politics interns and politicians alike.

Undergraduate researchers and mentors honored

Each year, the Office of Undergraduate Research hands out several awards.

Indigenous hope for the climate

The Office of Sustainability partnered with the Indigenous Women’s Collective to discuss Indigenous epistemologies and beliefs, offering hope to all participants amidst the ongoing climate crisis.

Why controversial speakers come to campus

As a state university, the U is a public space. Not every location on campus is a free speech zone, but many are.

Athletes might pay with quick return to play

ACL tears need time to heal according to new research.

Utah refugee teens build cosmic ray detectors

Nearly 60 refugee students participated in InSPIRE, a program built from their cultures, languages and experiences to contribute to a worldwide project to measure cosmic ray activity on Earth.

Take action to end sexual violence

April is Sexual Assault Awareness Month. This year’s theme is “Building Connected Communities.” 

Celebrating the U’s unsung women leaders

Recognizing the tireless work of individuals who blaze the trail for women in leadership.

U launches updated climate action plan

This updated plan highlights progress made and outlines new ways the U will contribute to positive climate outcomes through research, education and operational policies and practices.

 
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