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Stay cool as temperatures rise

Heat can cause a host of health issues.

New course explores inequality in America

The general education course discusses the complexity and interconnectedness of inequality.

Here to stay: The era of telehealth

The premise is about making health care more convenient, easier to access and ultra-consumer-centered.

Cutting through noise for better solar cells

U physicists analyzed electrical noise to detect formerly invisible inefficiencies in solar cells and identified the physical processes that caused them. The technique could make future solar cells more efficient.

Digging up the past to understand our climate future

During a summer that’s already marked by record-breaking heat, the quest to find these fossils is more important than ever.

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Educational psychologist Janiece Pompa honored by American Psychological Association president

Award honors service to the field of psychology and to underserved communities.

Atmospheric sciences professor Zhaoxia Pu selected for NOAA Science Advisory Board

Board advises NOAA leadership on strategies for research, education and science application.

Planned maintenance on July 17-18 may cause brief network downtimes in all university buildings

If you have questions, your local IT support staff may be able to assist.

Free Microsoft Teams training available ahead of fall upgrade

The trainings are being made available in advance of the university’s migration from Skype for Business to Microsoft Teams this fall.

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Career essentials: 3 reasons to activate your Handshake account today

Whether students are going to look for an internship or a job this year, activate your Handshake account to get access to exciting career opportunities.

U aims to eliminate 90% of its finance customizations

The University’s scale and complexity has changed making it time to rethink how projects are handled.

Humans of the U: Ruchi Watson

“At the end of the day, I truly believe in the power of our community to change the world.”

Three Utah gymnasts headed to Tokyo Olympics

Congratulations to Grace McCallum, MyKayla Skinner and Kara Eaker.

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