Limiting interactions could limit infections.
Comet NEOWISE blazed across the skies of the northern hemisphere and won’t return for 6,800 years. If you missed it, never fear—the University of Utah community captured stunning photos of this once-in-a-lifetime cosmic event.
The results are measurements of more than 2 million galaxies and quasars covering 11 billion years of cosmic time.
The program’s goal is to foster talented, emerging leaders with administrative potential.
For the first time in nearly 50 years, stellar intensity interferometry has been used to take the measure of the stars.
There is still time to enroll in free Coursera classes online.
Get outside, collect data and digitally connect with the Natural History Museum of Utah, all while staying safe and spatially distanced.
University Neighborhood Partners has two family friendly events left this summer.
Phased reopening starts Aug. 3.
The designation as a Comprehensive Cancer Center is the highest level of recognition awarded by the National Cancer Institute.
The College of Education’s new dean brings experience in creating deeply engaging and valuable STEM educational experiences.
Faculty, staff and students attended the third webinar on the University of Utah’s Return: Testing, tracing, and metrics that matter.
This event is the first performance of its kind for UtahPresents.
Under the Clery Act, U.S. higher education institutions are required to gather information about all crimes committed within the main campus boundary and in nearby neighborhoods.
Legal experts will argue opposing views about whether or not ‘shield laws’ run contrary to the principles of U.S. federalism and constitutional law.
The new COVID booster bivalent vaccine and flu shots are now available on campus every Thursday.
If you store research or pharmaceutical materials in a temperature controlled unit, it is imperative that you take action to prevent losses.
To be selected as a USEA recipient is a very high honor.
October is National Estate Planning Awareness Month!
As a recipient of the Obama-Chesky Scholarship for Public Service, I want to use the opportunities I’ve received to help others.
Today the basic principles of intersectionality are widely accepted. Yet it remains a difficult, misunderstood, and sometimes controversial concept
The J. Willard Marriott Library create a digital archive in the name of Reverend France Davis, retired pastor, father, husband, community leader, civil rights leader, educator.
Tanner Humanities Center Hosts Harjo, Thursday, Oct. 6, 7 p.m.
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