College of Humanities

FORGEing a new partnership

The new project includes hands-on and virtual heat conduction experiments.


The strange world of COVID-19 conspiracy theories

We all want to know if the truth is out there.


What’s on your ballot?

There are several ways to make sure you are an informed voter.


Erika George, director of the Tanner Humanities Center, speaks with Ibram X. Kendi, author of "How to Be An Antiracist"

Race, justice and technology

Ruja Benjamin joins the Fall 2020 Tanner Talk at the U.


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Humanities intelligence

Lessons learned in the humanities set you up not only for multiple career paths but for an education that will see you through a lifetime.


Advisor of the Month: Justin Nistler

This peer-nominated award is given in recognition of an advisor’s ability to go above and beyond in the support they provide to students.


book on a table titled, "How to be an antiracist" by Ibram X Kendi

Reading list: Understanding racism in America

The U’s Department of English compiled a list of books, graphic novels and poetry to help readers better understand and further explore racism in America.


Humans of the U: Arielle Gulley

“The education I’ve received at the U is something I will always be grateful for…I will celebrate my time at the U as one of the greatest experiences in my life so far.”


Humans of the U: Jeff Metcalf

“I’m very excited about the novel (fiction) called ‘Wacko’s City of Fun Carnival.’ It is loosely based on my own experience of running away from home at 15 and a half and joining a traveling carnival. As my mother always told me, ‘How could somebody be born on Halloween, in a cab, in San Francisco and not have an interesting life?’ And, she was absolutely correct.”


Humans of the U: Kristina Baskett

Former Utah gymnast and current Hollywood stunt double discusses the U and working on “Game of Thrones.”