A U interdisciplinary program aims to become a national resource on improving air quality.
The U’s Technology and Venture Commercialization office is moving ideas from discovery to practical application.
Two U alumni are leading a nonprofit foundation in Ghana that works to ensure no child is forgotten.
Karen Azenberg is crafting a careful path to bring more cutting-edge works to Pioneer Theatre Company.
The University and the Ute Tribe have begun a “Ute Proud” campaign to raise awareness among fans, and more news from around the U
U biochemists find a potential new tool to combat the Ebola virus, a new online tool to help combat asthma, and a special material that could lead to cost-effective, superfast computers that perform lightning-fast calculations but don’t overheat
U grads form Mongolia Alumni Club; Homecoming events net $82,000 for scholarships; Merit of Honor awardees Jeffrey L. Anderson BA’68, Ronald G. Coleman BS’66 PhD’80, Ron Henriksen BA’71, Betsy Ross Young Newton BS’46, John C. Pingree BS’64, and Heidi Sorensen Swinton BA’71
U alum Brian Moench is galvanizing political advocacy to clean up Utah’s air, and more news about U alumni
Its authorship is unclear. Its date of origin is murky. Its lyrics have been modified several times. Yet many of those who currently belt out “Utah Man” are fiercely loyal to “how it’s always been.” Turns out “always” isn’t necessarily such a long time. “Utah Man” became the University of Utah athletics “fight song” in […]