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New year, new parking options

Starting today, there are new parking lots opening, shuttle routes starting and special prizes for those who use public transportation.


Humans of the U: Liz Rogers

“I was born at Hill Air Force Base to a military historian and a Dutch immigrant, and have lived all over the western world. Because of that, I am owned by the love of history and the need to preserve it for future generations.”


KATHERINE’S COURTYARD

Library opens a new space for the community to study, relax, perform and exhibit artwork.


READ TO THINK

In honor of National Read A Book Day, find out what the U community likes to read outside of class and work.


15 THINGS YOUR UCARD CAN DO FOR YOU

Inside your wallet lies your UCard with a cache of opportunities waiting to be tapped.


Announcements

UNIVERSITY OF UTAH STAFF SCHOLARSHIP APPLICATION The University of Utah Staff Council is pleased to announce applications are now being accepted for staff development scholarships for the fall 2015 semester. Each scholarship is worth up to $500 and can be used towards the employee’s tuition bill. Scholarships can be used for professional trainings, symposiums, conferences […]


Announcements

LAW LIBRARY CLOSURE AND MOVE The law school and law library are moving to a new building this summer. The move will begin the week of July 13-17. The library will remain open that week; however, services will be extremely limited. Patrons will be able to use public computers or check out materials only. There […]


Student Life

LAW LIBRARY CLOSURE AND MOVE The law school and law library are moving to a new building this summer. The move will begin the week of July 13-17. The library will remain open that week; however, services will be extremely limited. Patrons will be able to use public computers or check out materials only. There […]


Library Walls Come Alive

Frank Lloyd Wright once said, “Study nature, love nature, stay close to nature. It will never fail you.” The University of Utah’s J. Willard Marriott Library, with a generous contribution from Katherine W. Dumke, will provide students with a bit of nature, right in the library.