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News Clips | August 20, 2021

To attract good talent, companies should normalize not going to college

Everyone is talking about the “future of work."

A conversation with diversity & inclusion leaders

What’s energizing you right now around diversity, equity, and inclusion?

How do we help more girls be physically active? It may be a question of developing the right options

Just 14% of Utah girls meet the recommended physical activity levels set by the state. The reason? Being stuck in tradition, say teachers and researchers.

Undisciplined: Nature Is Healing

University of Utah researchers set out to measure changes in Park City’s air quality during the ski season and Sundance Film Festival. Then COVID-19 hit. And the city went into lockdown. And the data became even more fascinating.

'Drowsy driving' in Utah leads to unnecessary crashes, deaths

The Center for Disease Control and Prevention said over a third, or 83 million, of U.S. adults, are sleep-deprived.

University of Utah Health experts discuss the importance of face masks

The effectiveness and necessity of face masks have been topics of controversy since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic.

Salt Lake City mayor to order masks for K-12 schools

Salt Lake City Mayor Erin Mendenhall announced Friday she will issue an emergency order requiring masks in K-12 schools after the school district said it won't take a vote to support such an order, as the mayor requested earlier this week.

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