COVID-19

An Asian woman holds up a sign that says Stop Asian Hate.

Anti-Asian hate tweets during COVID-19

Anti-Asian hate language surged between January and March of 2020 with clusters of hateful tweets spread across the contiguous U.S. that varied in size, strength distribution and location.


University of Utah 2022 Commencement returns—in person

The U will celebrate 8,609 graduates.


Stay safe as we end spring semester

Let’s all work together to keep COVID-19 cases down and move forward as a community to celebrate how far we’ve come.


SCALE-UP supports COVID testing in underserved communities

New initiatives awarded $4.7 million to encourage COVID-19 testing in communities and schools.


InfectED on campus, in the community and beyond

The student-led university club is focused on educating everyone on infectious diseases.


College of Nursing to expand enrollment by 25%

Additional personnel devoted to this increase in students will include full-time faculty, adjunct faculty, a student advisor, a clinical placement coordinator and patient simulation specialists.


Convalescent plasma could lower hospitalization risk for newly infected COVID-19 patients

Early treatment with plasma extracted from recovered individuals reduces the need for hospitalization by more than 50%, according to a new nationwide clinical trial.


Finding meaning through storytelling

Join the U’s Health Resiliency Center, Center for Health Ethics, Arts and Humanities and UtahPresents at “Healthcare Stories” on March 24 at 7 p.m.


Spring 2022 COVID update

After spring break, masks will no longer be required in indoor spaces on the main campus.


U of U Health gets support from the U.S. Navy

The 30-day deployment will allow the hospital to open beds and reschedule surgical procedures that were put on hold during the latest COVID-19 surge.