Opinion: America, we have a problem
Scholars warn that American democracy is ‘fundamentally at stake.’ They’re right.
Who will lead the University of Utah? List has been narrowed to 11
A search committee has selected 11 candidates to interview for president of the University of Utah.
Can Wildlife And Humans Coexist As Urbanization Increases?
Animals are important parts of our communities and whether or not we see them, we are always interacting with them. Researchers from the University of Utah recently participated in a study looking at how animals respond to growing human development in Utah and across North America.
Women in innovative science
Utah is a hub of science development — Think of Research Park, the Silicon Slopes, and university campuses across the state. But according to UNESCO (the United Nations Educational, Scientific, and Culture Organization), less than 30 percent of researchers are women and many of them are published less, paid less, and don’t have the same advancement opportunities as their male counterparts.
Could Utah have a cold season this summer? Maybe, thanks to COVID.
After a year mostly free of colds, the virus might be coming back with a vengeance.
Happy? Fake it ‘til you make it
Smile. Even if you don’t feel it yet, you will.