As COVID-19 outbreaks sweep across communities, local officials are forced into a whack-a-mole approach to battling the virus. Geographers hope a new method will provide timely data to inform public policy.
Political scientist Phillip Singer explains why the politicization of public health measures is nothing new, and how to view wearing face coverings as a compassionate act.
Isotopes in hair reveal connection between diet and socioeconomic status.
Limiting interactions could limit infections.
At the University of Utah, at least 100 research groups are currently studying causes and consequences of COVID-19.
One of the biggest unknowns about the coronavirus is how changing seasons will affect its spread. U physicists have received the university’s first COVID-19-related grant to tackle the question.
A new seminar course at the S.J. Quinney College of Law presents the opioid crisis through the lens of regulatory failures to properly address the issue — while providing students with critical thinking skills and tools to change the landscape in the future.
Students gain global perspective and research opportunities through a unique partnership.