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Keep the momentum going

Thank you for taking the steps that will eventually, hopefully, bring this pandemic to an end.

Thriving in the fullness of our complex selves

The LBGT Resource Center shares its new initiatives for the QTSOC community.

Tips for starting your freelance career

For those seeking flexibility and independence, freelance work is the only way to earn a living.

Early-stage drug candidate diminishes deficits in Parkinson’s Disease

Chemical compound reduces alpha-synuclein, cell stress.

K-12 teachers explore the vibrance of Native American perspectives and people

In workshop, U education professors address how to teach Native perspectives and issues in classrooms.

Roman noblewoman’s tomb reveals secrets of ancient concrete resilience

Study shows how changing chemistry in Roman mortar strengthens the tomb over time.

What would an ancient Egyptian date night look like?

Snag a date night box inspired by the “Egypt: The Time of the Pharaohs” NHMU exhibit.

Campus Events


2021 Lauren McCluskey Memorial Walk

Join the second annual memorial walk to honor the memory of of Lauren McCluskey.

Engineering student receives Women Tech Award

The Women Tech Council is a national organization focused on the economic impact of women in the technology sector through developing programs that propel the economic pipeline from K-12 to the C-suite.

Submit an LGBTQ History Month event

Let EDI know what you have planned to honor and celebrate LGBTQ history this October.

Please complete USHE and Huron Consulting survey

The survey is part of a study by the Utah System of Higher Education to identify potential opportunities across all of the state’s public colleges and universities for increased shared service operations and improved service delivery.

Geology and geophysics faculty members honored by professional societies

Awards recognize exemplary contributions to sedimentology, hydrology and economic geology.

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Campus Events


Martell Teasley named as associate provost

Teasley will continue his duties as dean of the College of Social Work.

Making data democratic

The U’s Scientific Computing and Imaging Institute is leading a new initiative to democratize data access.

Senate Summary | October 2021

If you missed the Academic Senate meeting on Oct. 4, 2021, or need a refresher, then keep reading for the highlights from the meeting.

Honoring student veterans in 2021

The Veterans Support Center is currently accepting nominations for the Student Veteran of the Year.

Campus Events


Free Fitness Classes
Mental Health First Aid
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