Navajo Nation

Resilience in the wake of disaster

An interdisciplinary team of students from the U was recognized by the U.S. Department of Energy and its Building Technologies Office.


Satellite Physical Therapy program to kick off in St. George

The Doctoral of Physical Therapy program, the first satellite program from the College of Health, extends the U experience to Southern Utah.


Building homes in the Navajo Nation

Students from the College of Architecture and Planning completed their latest residential project building 16 homes.


Improving vision on the Navajo Nation

The grant will allow Moran to train existing health care workers in the Navajo Nation provider network to become certified ophthalmic assistants.


Red rock desert scene with a rock wall on the left with an ancient archaeological structure built in. Archaeologists are documenting the site. There is red rock, and sage green shrubs around the ground beneath the structure.

Protecting the past at Bears Ears

Bears Ears is not just about boundaries, it’s about management.


Photo of four people wearing masks, standing several feet apart with fingers held up in "u" shape in front of piles of donated supplies such as water and toilet paper.

Supporting the Navajo Nation

U of U Health and community partners provide essential supplies for the Navajo Nation during COVID-19 pandemic.