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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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Ready to run

How you can help increase the number and diversity of women running for office in Utah.

Nobel Laureate to speak on changing the illumination of the world

Shuji Nakamura won the prize in 2014.

Unusual earthquakes highlight central Utah volcanoes

No sign of imminent eruption, researchers say, but quakes show activity in Black Rock Desert

Serving the underserved at the School of Dentistry

Caring for the underserved fosters empathy and a commitment to providing the best treatment for all patients.

You’ve been vaccinated, now what?

Getting vaccinated for COVID-19 is a big step toward protecting yourself, your family, and your friends from the virus that causes this potentially deadly disease. In the larger picture, vaccinations will get us that much closer to corralling COVID-19 nationwide. In fact, as more of the population gets the COVID-19 vaccine, we will be closer to getting […]

Experimental treatment subdues type 1 diabetes in laboratory mice

The therapeutic agent converts cells that normally control glucose production into ones that generate insulin.

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.

Ready to run

How you can help increase the number and diversity of women running for office in Utah.

Nobel Laureate to speak on changing the illumination of the world

Shuji Nakamura won the prize in 2014.

Unusual earthquakes highlight central Utah volcanoes

No sign of imminent eruption, researchers say, but quakes show activity in Black Rock Desert

Serving the underserved at the School of Dentistry

Caring for the underserved fosters empathy and a commitment to providing the best treatment for all patients.

You’ve been vaccinated, now what?

Getting vaccinated for COVID-19 is a big step toward protecting yourself, your family, and your friends from the virus that causes this potentially deadly disease. In the larger picture, vaccinations will get us that much closer to corralling COVID-19 nationwide. In fact, as more of the population gets the COVID-19 vaccine, we will be closer to getting […]

Experimental treatment subdues type 1 diabetes in laboratory mice

The therapeutic agent converts cells that normally control glucose production into ones that generate insulin.

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.

Ready to run

How you can help increase the number and diversity of women running for office in Utah.

Nobel Laureate to speak on changing the illumination of the world

Shuji Nakamura won the prize in 2014.

Unusual earthquakes highlight central Utah volcanoes

No sign of imminent eruption, researchers say, but quakes show activity in Black Rock Desert

Serving the underserved at the School of Dentistry

Caring for the underserved fosters empathy and a commitment to providing the best treatment for all patients.

You’ve been vaccinated, now what?

Getting vaccinated for COVID-19 is a big step toward protecting yourself, your family, and your friends from the virus that causes this potentially deadly disease. In the larger picture, vaccinations will get us that much closer to corralling COVID-19 nationwide. In fact, as more of the population gets the COVID-19 vaccine, we will be closer to getting […]

Experimental treatment subdues type 1 diabetes in laboratory mice

The therapeutic agent converts cells that normally control glucose production into ones that generate insulin.

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.

Ready to run

How you can help increase the number and diversity of women running for office in Utah.

Nobel Laureate to speak on changing the illumination of the world

Shuji Nakamura won the prize in 2014.

Unusual earthquakes highlight central Utah volcanoes

No sign of imminent eruption, researchers say, but quakes show activity in Black Rock Desert

Serving the underserved at the School of Dentistry

Caring for the underserved fosters empathy and a commitment to providing the best treatment for all patients.

You’ve been vaccinated, now what?

Getting vaccinated for COVID-19 is a big step toward protecting yourself, your family, and your friends from the virus that causes this potentially deadly disease. In the larger picture, vaccinations will get us that much closer to corralling COVID-19 nationwide. In fact, as more of the population gets the COVID-19 vaccine, we will be closer to getting […]

Experimental treatment subdues type 1 diabetes in laboratory mice

The therapeutic agent converts cells that normally control glucose production into ones that generate insulin.

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.

 
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