@ The U Newsletter

‘Inspiring a Movement’

Join the 2021 Women’s Week events at the U, March 8-12.

Alumna advice: Opportunities that led to my career

Learn from a recent grad how her experiences at the U led to success.

Ready to run

How you can help increase the number and diversity of women running for office in Utah.

You’ve been vaccinated, now what?

As more of the population gets the COVID-19 vaccine, we will be closer to getting back to our normal, everyday lives.

Social capital work during COVID-19

How community partners are coming together to help one another during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Unusual earthquakes highlight central Utah volcanoes

No sign of imminent eruption, researchers say, but quakes show activity in Black Rock Desert

Experimental treatment subdues Type 1 diabetes in laboratory mice

The therapeutic agent converts cells that normally control glucose production into ones that generate insulin.

The Great American Outdoors Act offers weary Americans a lifeline

It’s time to envision a future with more protected areas and urban parks.

Serving the underserved at the School of Dentistry

Caring for the underserved fosters empathy and a commitment to providing the best treatment for all patients.

Campus Events


Housing Priority Deadline March 10

Apply by the March 10 Priority Living Learning & Theme Community (LLC/TC) deadline to live in Lassonde Studios, Marriott Honors Community, or an Officers Circle Themed House.

Bennion Center Student Leader applications

Calling all future leaders.

U Remembers: ‘Breaking the Silence’

Save the dates for the 2021 U Remembers, April 5-9.

Fall 2021 Semester announcement

The university is prioritizing in-person classes for the fall.

Mindful Resilience

Develop resiliency by way of enhancing emotional intelligence, mindfulness, stress management and self-love.

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Campus Events


Building a mobile, virtual reality classroom

Going well beyond video chatting, University of Utah students dissect virtual animals.

Nobel Laureate to speak on changing the illumination of the world

Shuji Nakamura won the prize in 2014.

5 ways to determine if a grad program is right for you

Make sure the program you pick is a good fit for you.

Lives of impact and inspiration

On Feb. 25, the U family celebrated a fantastic group of honorees at a virtual Founders Day event.

Campus Events


Legislative Wrap-Up: What Happened and Why?
2021 Women's Week Keynote: Amber Ruffin
Candidate Workshop: Running for Office as a Young Women
WiHMS Webinar: Navigating the Politics of Health
GCSC Seminar: Mary Miss, artist. City as Living Laboratory (CALL): Artists+Scientists+Communities
Bench to Bedside: Competition Overview and Q&A
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