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Avoid being bombed, keep your Zoom meetings safe

Users hosting Zoom meetings outside of Canvas should protect their meetings by following Zoom’s recommendations for keeping their meetings secure.

COVID-19 scams: How to identify them and protect yourself

Stay safe online as well as in the real world.

A beginner’s guide to meditation

Take some time to center yourself.

WRC history is her story too

This Women’s History Month, the U’s Women’s Resource Center celebrated an exciting ribbon-cutting and announced the retirement of long-time director, Debra Daniels.

A tribute to Bob Garff

Garff, who was 77, passed away due to complications of COVID-19 on Sunday, March 29.

April 2020: Sexual Assault Awareness Month

Here’s what the Center for Student Wellness has planned for campus.

5 ways to help others during the COVID-19 outbreak

Need some cheering up? Do something to help others.

Changing forests

In a warming climate, tree communities, particularly in more arid regions, are becoming more drought tolerant primarily through the death of less hardy trees.

Mucus and the coronavirus

Biomedical engineers to study how mucus plays a part in transferring coronaviruses from person to person.

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Expanding access to education

Deborah Keyek-Franssen will be the university’s new associate vice president and dean of Continuing and Online Education.

U virtual backgrounds for Zoom video conferences

You can take campus with you into your virtual workspaces.

Paid positions available in student government

Jobs are available.

Fall 2020 residency reclassification application

Are you an out-of-state student interested in qualifying this fall semester for residency for in-state tuition?

Mobility hub survey

Participants will be entered into a drawing to win a $100 gift card to the campus store or other prizes.

Union closed until April 15

Services are still available.

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Arts education at a distance

One thing is certain, the arts in schools are not going anywhere.

Campus store UTech sale on Apple products

This year, the Apple sale is an online-only promotion.

Commencement 2020 update

The U Commencement Committee asks graduating seniors for input on in-person celebration options in addition to a virtual ceremony on April 30.

Humans of the U: Johnny Rodriguez

From nursing to gender and ethnic studies, the unique journey that prepared this senior for the U’s Master of Public Health program.

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