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News Clips | August 3, 2022

Dr. William Smith to Lead New Efforts at University of Utah Huntsman Mental Health Institute

Dr. William Smith has been appointed chief executive administrator for Justice, Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion (JEDI) at Huntsman Mental Health Institute (HMHI) at the University of Utah, a newly created role.

University of Utah President hosting alumni event in Park City

University of Utah President Taylor Randall is traveling throughout Utah this summer, stopping in various locations and hosting alumni events.

Colleges Face a Student Housing Squeeze

Some colleges attribute long wait lists for campus housing to heightened demand for a residential experience following two-plus years of COVID-19 disruptions.

‘We have to take action’—Salt Lake City mayor discusses climate change, ‘electrification’ in Tribune talk

In Utah, the majority of transportation and buildings are still powered by non-renewable energy sources, making them the two largest contributors to air pollution along the Wasatch Front.

Researchers say air pollution is getting inside, recommend MERV 13 filter

In Utah, we know a lot about our outdoor air quality because we’ve talked about it as a community and examined the impacts on our health.

Wildfire smoke plumes are growing taller and sending pollutants farther away, researchers find

Smoke plumes from wildfires are reaching higher in the sky throughout the West, and their impacts on air quality are spreading farther, according to a new study out of the University of Utah.

Three New Projects for DOD's Innovate Beyond 5G Program

The Department of Defense’s Innovate Beyond 5G (IB5G) Program recently kicked off three new projects that continue to advance DoD collaborative partnerships with industry and academia for 5G-to-NextG wireless technologies.

Utah Crisis Line sees increase in call volume in first week of 988 service

The Huntsman Mental Health Institute at the University of Utah (HMHI) reported a 36% increase in daily average calls to its Utah Crisis Line in the first week after 988 launched (July 16-July 23).

Teva Is Facing Adderall Supply Disruptions as Demand for ADHD Drug Soars

Several different dosages-but not all-of Teva’s brand and generic Adderall are on backorder at the moment, according to the University of Utah’s Drug Information Service, which tracks shortages of medical products.

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