@ The U Newsletter

Black History Month: Transformative voices

Celebrate Black History Month 2021 at the U with events each week this month.

Transformative perspectives

Learn about two academics’ experiences in the School for Cultural and Social Transformation.

The value of your graduate school experiences

Graduate students bring many valuable skills to the job market.

You got this, sophomores

Sophomore Rise plans new events specifically designed to support second-year students.

Extended career support for recent grads

U grads will now have two years of career support and guidance to support their post-graduation plans.

Charmelle Green returns to the U

Green will serve as deputy athletics director for internal operations and chief operating officer.

Rediscovery of the ‘extinct’ Pinatubo volcano mouse

In 1991, a volcano in the Philippines had the second-most powerful volcanic eruption of the 20th century. Its effects were devastating—but a mouse feared to have gone extinct survived.

Protecting older adults against COVID-19

The vaccine is about 50-55% effective in preventing symptomatic COVID-19 after the first dose.

U studying services for homeless populations during COVID-19

Study examines how interagency services for people experiencing homelessness have changed during the pandemic.

Campus Events


Spring 2021 Mindfulness Center programming

Register for Spring 2021 Mindfulness Center programming offerings, free for U students, faculty and staff.

Research Matters: College of Social Work

Check out the 2020 edition of Research Matters from the College of Social Work.

Apply to be a University Ambassador today!

Showcase the U, share Your experiences, sharpen your skills, and make new friends.

Understanding the Science panel: COVID-19 vaccine

Hear from experts on the science of the vaccine, community response, and what this means for our future.

2021 call for Distinguished Mentor Award nominees

The deadline for submitting nominations is Feb. 12, 2021. 

Happenings at Rice-Eccles Stadium

Two major miles stones were celebrated this past week at Rice-Eccles Stadium, the topping-out of the structural steel and the 2002 Olympic Cauldron returned to campus.

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Campus Events


Commuter success story: Millie Heiner

How do you pass the time on your commute?

Humans of the U: Bryan Hubain

“I created the ‘I Am U Thriving’ initiative to show—and not just tell—those who feel marginalized that they are not alone and they can thrive here at the University of Utah.”

6 ways to stay engaged in service opportunities

Stay engaged with community service, volunteering and leadership opportunities with these helpful tips.

Campus Events


Virtual Student Job & Volunteer Fair
Hours with Experts: One-on-One Sessions
A Conversation with Meligha Garfield on Black Nerdiness
Virtual Internship & Career Fair
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