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BIT supports campus safety

The Office of the Dean of Students aims to support students in any way they need. Its most important tools are the Behavioral Intervention Team and Student Support Case Management.

Star Wars-inspired prosthetic arm

U engineers help develop a motorized prosthetic arm that can sense touch and move with your thoughts.

A second chance at life

Law students assist in clearing old criminal records at Salt Lake County Expungement Day.

Online security

U students, faculty and staff now have access to an online training on strengthening cybersecurity.

Treasures from the shelves

A one-of-a-kind art collection is available to library patrons interested in the arts, architecture and creativity.

When green isn’t green

By using “Slow the Flow” guidelines designed by state water conservation experts, the university has created a dramatic transformation saving millions of gallons of water and hundreds of thousands of dollars every year.

Gut bacteria prevent mice from becoming obese

U researchers’ findings in controlling obesity in mice could someday similarly help control weight in people.

Campus Events

ANNOUNCEMENTS

 
Mark Harlan appointed to oversight committee

The director of Athletics, begins a four-year appointment as the Pac-12 representative on the NCAA Division I Football Oversight Committee.


You’re invited: Utah Criminal Justice Conference

Discount are available for university students, faculty and staff.


Volunteers needed for UCREW

Housing & Residential Education is currently seeking support from university students, staff and faculty to help students move into their rooms.


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CAMPUS HAPPENINGS

Construction & Commuter Updates

Road construction near the Huntsman Cancer Hospital starting soon.

Administration District Staff Excellence Awards

The nominees have been announced and five winners will be recognized at an ice cream social at Rice-Eccles Stadium on Aug. 12 at 2 p.m.

Should I be taking antibiotics?

For years, antibiotics were the go-to treatment for many medical conditions, but new evidence shows that the overprescribing or incorrect use of these medications can lead to worse infections and potential superbugs and even hurt your microbiome.

Humans of the U: Gabriela Villalobos

“I did my first internship with the Ibarra Strategy Group in Washington, D.C. They are also part of the Latino Leaders Network, and as a person of color who grew up in a large immigrant community with low socioeconomic status, the work was very personal and meaningful. I was able to honor and advocate for people who look and sound just like me. It was an amazing, humbling experience.”

 
Campus Events

CAMPUS EVENTS

 
Greeks in Utah Exhibition
 
Utah Athletics t-shirt swap
 
Student job fair
 
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