News From the U
The Orrin G. Hatch Center will be the new home for Hinckley Institute of Politics interns in Washington, D.C.
Baskets Weave Generations Together
The U’s NHMU is home to a large collection of Navajo baskets, including this piece, Three Necklaces.
The U and SLCC broke ground on a new campus in Herriman that will eventually serve 7,000 students.
A River Less Paddled
As a student at the U, John Wood BS’82 learned all about business. But spending time on the river taught him how to live.
Move over, LinkedIn, there’s a new way to stay connected—the Forever Utah Alumni Network.
James Jackson III BS’02 founded the Utah Black Chamber to support the economic development of Utah’s Black community.
The Black Cultural Center was established to enrich, support, and advocate for faculty, staff, and students, but there’s more to know about this important resource in our community.
If you’ve ever wondered how SARS-CoV-2 and HIV invade human cells, molecular biologist Janet Iwasa has the answer. See how she uses software to bring the tiny viruses to light.