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Is it time to double up on masks?

It all depends on the mask and the fit.

Keeping campus safe: 4 steps to reduce the spread

Help stop the spread of COVID-19 in the campus community.

Dating and partnerships during the pandemic

More isolated than ever, we need clever ways to connect and find romance.

Call or text from an unknown number? Here’s what to do

You may be getting calls from unknown numbers. How to stay safe.

Students as oral historians of the pandemic

Students contribute to the Marriott Library’s COVID-19 digital archive.

Yes, allergy seasons are getting worse. Blame climate change.

If you live with seasonal allergies and feel like the pollen seasons feel longer and longer every year, you may be right.

How do U…entice birds to your yard in winter?

Environmental psychologist Barbara Brown gives tips on creating safe winter environments for birds near home.

Do not let this moment pass

The Health Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion work being led by Dr. José Rodriguez.

ICYMI: A Call for Racial Healing

View the latest Friday Forum on Racism in Higher Education.

Campus Events


8 U students nominated as semifinalists for 2021-22 Fulbright awards

The Fulbright program offers opportunities for recently graduated students, postgraduate students and developing professionals and artists to conduct research, teach English or study for a master’s degree in more than 140 countries worldwide.

Apply to be a presidential intern

Come join the Presidential Internship in Higher Education Leadership program. Apply by Friday, March 12, 2021, by 5 p.m.

Pioneering the future: Better health for populations

Read about how University of Utah Health is creating interventions and understanding behavior to make a difference for tens of thousands to millions.

Child care openings on campus

The Center for Child Care and Family Resources has a new tool to help parents easily identify child care availabilities on campus.

Hear from activist Angela Davis at this year’s Conference on Diverse Excellence

Davis is a legendary civil rights activist who was heavily engaged in the Black power movements throughout the 60s.

Black History Month events

Learn, grow and get involved with Black History Month at the U.

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Campus Events


BANFF Centre Mountain Film Festival returns virtually

Content from the 2020 virtual BANFF Centre Mountain Film Festival content may be rented and streamed by members of the U community.

5 book recommendations for Black History Month

Excellent books by well known authors.

Become a SafeU Ambassador

Students can apply now for the 2021-22 school year.

Becoming an Entrepreneur: Passion led me to start my own business

Personal passions led this Career Coach to start her own business. Register for an Entrepreneurship Panel Feb. 11, 2021.

Campus Events


Self-Compassion for BIPOC: Healing in Community
A Conversation with Congressman Blake Moore
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