homelessness

U researchers craft statewide plan to address homelessness

The plan calls for true coordination in communities to make homelessness rare, brief and nonrecurring.


Converting bags to beds

Kaitlin McLean, founder of the charitable organization Bags to Beds, is the recipient of the 2019 Ivory Prize for Excellence in Student Leadership.


Student Life

JUMP TO: U commits to renewable energy U statement on sexual violence announcement 2017 Ivory Prize recipient: Nick Knight Apply to be an orientation leader Equifax Breach: How to protect yourself against identity theft and fraud October is National Cyber Security Awareness Month Health care and homelessness U leading clinical trial to treat CMV and […]


Announcements

JUMP TO: U statement on sexual violence announcement Humans of the U: August & September Equifax Breach: How to protect yourself against identity theft and fraud October is National Cyber Security Awareness Month Health care and homelessness U leading clinical trial to treat CMV and combat hearing loss in children Check off a WellU option […]


Student Life

JUMP TO: U statement on sexual violence announcement Apply to be an orientation leader Humans of the U: August & September Equifax Breach: How to protect yourself against identity theft and fraud October is National Cyber Security Awareness Month Health care and homelessness U leading clinical trial to treat CMV and combat hearing loss in […]


PAY FOR SUCCESS

U entities play key role as county moves to reduce homelessness and criminal behavior.


ENGAGING U

Get involved in the U’s annual Community Engagement Day on April 14 by donating nonperishable items to the U’s Feed U food pantry, knitting a hat for the homeless and more.


SEEKING SOLUTIONS FOR HOMELESSNESS

The U’s unique Environmental Dispute Resolution Program aims to promote collaboration, mediation, stakeholder engagement and alternative dispute resolution as a way to address public policy conflicts.


SPRING BREAKERS TURN TO SERVICE

This week 143 University of Utah students will devote more than 5,000 hours of service around the western U.S. and Canada through the U’s Alternative Breaks program organized through the Bennion Community Services Center.