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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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Proactive approach to substance misuse in the workplace

In high-stress jobs with easy access to controlled substances, people suffering from addiction can fall into diversion.

Never too late to celebrate

F. Bryant McOmber Jr. walks with the S.J. Quinney College of Law class of 2024— 51 years after completing his degree.

Humans of the U: Paulina Barboza

“I have achieved my goals by focusing on taking things step-by-step, rather than worrying about the big picture.”

Public transit adventures

Looking to explore Salt Lake County and beyond by train? Here are a few ideas to get you started.

Science of plant decomposition…and why it matters

U ecosystems ecologist Jennifer Follstad Shah explains her new research illustrating how human impacts affect decomposition of plant material in streams and what’s at stake for the environment.

New app aims to support student success

The Navigate Student app is a one-stop-shop for finding information about student resources and scheduling appointments with support services such as student success coaches, advisors and peer tutoring.

2034 Winter Olympic and Paralympic Games would generate $6.6 billion in economic output in Utah

A new report estimates the games would have significant economic and fiscal impacts for the state.

Astronomers find missing link in massive black hole formation

“Once-in-a-career kind of finding”—the discovery is the best candidate for intermediate-mass black holes that astronomers have long believed to exist but have never found.

Humans of the U: Gene Fitzgerald

“The learning experience in these (Osher) classes is a two-way street.”

‘Centéotl, la máxima fiesta oaxaqueña’

Este evento en el Pioneer Theatre es gratuito y abierto al público, promete una velada de llena de magia, cultura y tradición. No se require boleto para ingresar al evento.

Proactive approach to substance misuse in the workplace

In high-stress jobs with easy access to controlled substances, people suffering from addiction can fall into diversion.

Never too late to celebrate

F. Bryant McOmber Jr. walks with the S.J. Quinney College of Law class of 2024— 51 years after completing his degree.

Humans of the U: Paulina Barboza

“I have achieved my goals by focusing on taking things step-by-step, rather than worrying about the big picture.”

Public transit adventures

Looking to explore Salt Lake County and beyond by train? Here are a few ideas to get you started.

Science of plant decomposition…and why it matters

U ecosystems ecologist Jennifer Follstad Shah explains her new research illustrating how human impacts affect decomposition of plant material in streams and what’s at stake for the environment.

New app aims to support student success

The Navigate Student app is a one-stop-shop for finding information about student resources and scheduling appointments with support services such as student success coaches, advisors and peer tutoring.

2034 Winter Olympic and Paralympic Games would generate $6.6 billion in economic output in Utah

A new report estimates the games would have significant economic and fiscal impacts for the state.

Astronomers find missing link in massive black hole formation

“Once-in-a-career kind of finding”—the discovery is the best candidate for intermediate-mass black holes that astronomers have long believed to exist but have never found.

Humans of the U: Gene Fitzgerald

“The learning experience in these (Osher) classes is a two-way street.”

‘Centéotl, la máxima fiesta oaxaqueña’

Este evento en el Pioneer Theatre es gratuito y abierto al público, promete una velada de llena de magia, cultura y tradición. No se require boleto para ingresar al evento.

Proactive approach to substance misuse in the workplace

In high-stress jobs with easy access to controlled substances, people suffering from addiction can fall into diversion.

Never too late to celebrate

F. Bryant McOmber Jr. walks with the S.J. Quinney College of Law class of 2024— 51 years after completing his degree.

Humans of the U: Paulina Barboza

“I have achieved my goals by focusing on taking things step-by-step, rather than worrying about the big picture.”

Public transit adventures

Looking to explore Salt Lake County and beyond by train? Here are a few ideas to get you started.

Science of plant decomposition…and why it matters

U ecosystems ecologist Jennifer Follstad Shah explains her new research illustrating how human impacts affect decomposition of plant material in streams and what’s at stake for the environment.

New app aims to support student success

The Navigate Student app is a one-stop-shop for finding information about student resources and scheduling appointments with support services such as student success coaches, advisors and peer tutoring.

2034 Winter Olympic and Paralympic Games would generate $6.6 billion in economic output in Utah

A new report estimates the games would have significant economic and fiscal impacts for the state.

Astronomers find missing link in massive black hole formation

“Once-in-a-career kind of finding”—the discovery is the best candidate for intermediate-mass black holes that astronomers have long believed to exist but have never found.

Humans of the U: Gene Fitzgerald

“The learning experience in these (Osher) classes is a two-way street.”

‘Centéotl, la máxima fiesta oaxaqueña’

Este evento en el Pioneer Theatre es gratuito y abierto al público, promete una velada de llena de magia, cultura y tradición. No se require boleto para ingresar al evento.

Proactive approach to substance misuse in the workplace

In high-stress jobs with easy access to controlled substances, people suffering from addiction can fall into diversion.

Never too late to celebrate

F. Bryant McOmber Jr. walks with the S.J. Quinney College of Law class of 2024— 51 years after completing his degree.

Humans of the U: Paulina Barboza

“I have achieved my goals by focusing on taking things step-by-step, rather than worrying about the big picture.”

Public transit adventures

Looking to explore Salt Lake County and beyond by train? Here are a few ideas to get you started.

Science of plant decomposition…and why it matters

U ecosystems ecologist Jennifer Follstad Shah explains her new research illustrating how human impacts affect decomposition of plant material in streams and what’s at stake for the environment.

New app aims to support student success

The Navigate Student app is a one-stop-shop for finding information about student resources and scheduling appointments with support services such as student success coaches, advisors and peer tutoring.

2034 Winter Olympic and Paralympic Games would generate $6.6 billion in economic output in Utah

A new report estimates the games would have significant economic and fiscal impacts for the state.

Astronomers find missing link in massive black hole formation

“Once-in-a-career kind of finding”—the discovery is the best candidate for intermediate-mass black holes that astronomers have long believed to exist but have never found.

Humans of the U: Gene Fitzgerald

“The learning experience in these (Osher) classes is a two-way street.”

‘Centéotl, la máxima fiesta oaxaqueña’

Este evento en el Pioneer Theatre es gratuito y abierto al público, promete una velada de llena de magia, cultura y tradición. No se require boleto para ingresar al evento.

 
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