Students volunteer to help maintain one of the valley’s most beloved trails as part of a new Urban Rangers Program.
Alumni Honored with 2016 Founders Day Awards On March 3, the University of Utah awarded its highest honors, the Founders Day awards, to four outstanding graduates and one honorary alumnus. The awardees were recognized for their exceptional professional achievements and/or public service, as well as for their support of the University. Distinguished Alumni: Deneece G. Huftalin…
Utah's acclaimed Housing First program to eliminate chronic homelessness has strong University of Utah ties
Piano Forte The Ladies in Red, a performing group established through the University of Utah’s Piano Department, travels across the U.S. to bring awareness of the need for music education in elementary schools and raise funds for the U’s Piano Outreach Program, which offers piano classes teaching the fundamentals of music as part of after-school…
Conrad Anker BA’88 is featured in an award-winning mountaineering documentary.
Elevated Play The University of Utah has a brand new intramural playfield—atop the new Central Parking Garage west of the Huntsman Center. The U’s first rooftop field, it will host about 230 soccer and flag football games each year. A 10- to 20-foot net surrounds the field (higher at each end), keeping both players and…
U alum Mark Fuller has earned worldwide renown for his spectacular fountains.
A national inquiry and the formation of the faculty senate helped ensure academic freedom at the U.
Holly Rowe BA'04 is celebrating her 20th year covering sports for ESPN.
For many U athletes, sports psychology coaching provides an edge for top performance.
U alum Teresa Jordan’s new book explores meaning through memories.
University of Utah alum Colette Mullenhoff has won an Academy Award for her work in movie special effects.
The U has a comprehensive strategy for prevention as well as prosecution of sexual assault, and aiding victims.
The U men's tennis team builds on a strong legacy as it forges ahead in the Pac-12.
The University of Utah is now known for research programs that plumb the depths of space and the intricacies of the human body, but there was a time when University coursework took a more practical turn. A hundred years ago, the University offered vocational classes in such subjects as radio repair, carpentry, auto mechanics, and…