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Time to test

All students are asked to get a COVID-19 test before Thanksgiving.

Reframing the Conversation: ‘Queering Utah Legacies’

This Reframing the Conversation panel focuses on LGBTQIA+ experiences in Utah.

What you need to know about safety warnings

Safety warnings are required to be sent when certain crimes present a serious or continuing threat to the campus community. This FAQ answers questions that arise.

College of Engineering Dean Rich Brown receives Presidential Endowed Chair

Brown has been dean at the college for nearly two decades.

U teacher prep program earns an ‘A’

The program gets top marks for its strong training in classroom management and quality clinical practice experiences.

Maintaining excellence through challenge

Three individuals and four programs have received the U’s 2020 Beacons of Excellence Awards.

Art in a time of angst: The antidote of looking

Find your oasis in the UMFA galleries.

What makes us the U? Resilience, compassion and dedication

The U community remains united by a shared commitment to freedom of speech, academic inquiry, pursuit of knowledge, diversity, inclusion and innovation.

Always welcome at the U

A virtual town hall meeting is scheduled to address questions and concerns from international students and scholars.

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What are your opinions on COVID-19?

Are you social distancing? Wearing a mask? USHE wants to know.

Free HIIT Fridays from Campus Recreation Services

New videos posted weekly.

Travel restrictions extended

The University of Utah is currently restricting all business travel, including having guests on campus, through March 15, 2021.

VPR launches programs for equity in U research

In partnership with university leadership, the programs aim to enhance equity, diversity and inclusion within the U research community.

Qualtrics software is now free for the U community

CARES Act funding is being used to provide the software for free until December 31, 2024.

Karl Schwede named fellow of American Mathematical Society

Karl Schwede honored for contributions to mathematics.

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Campus Events


ICYMI: Establishing anti-racist policy

ICYMI: A recap of the second Friday Forum on Racism in Higher Education.

Wellness beyond whiteness

It’s important to think about wellness from new angles and consider what wellness means beyond the bounds of whiteness.

Maintaining excellence through challenge

Three individuals and four programs have received the U’s 2020 Beacons of Excellence Awards.

Animals of the U

The 2021 calendar is available now for purchase online or at the Campus Store.

Campus Events


Coping with COVID Chaos
Diversity in the Workplace-STEM Panel
Mental Coaching For Success: For Neurodiverse Students Series 2
Reframing the Conversation: How is Disability Included in Diversity?
Go Global with the Division of Public Health - Information Session
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