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 new battery-powered exoskeleton is helping people who use prosthetic legs have a more natural walking experience.
A new grant will help Moran Eye Center clinicians train Navajo Nation providers to become certified ophthalmic assistants.
New Ivory University House Development to Fund Scholarships
A new 536-bed housing facility at the U will use proceeds from housing fees to fund scholarships.
Research funding reached a new high of $641 million last year, and grants were awarded to more than 1,000 researchers across campus.
Welcoming Our Largest-ever Incoming Class
Enrollment of first-time freshmen at the U skyrocketed 20% to 5,361 students last fall, making it the first with 5,000+ students.
Writing on the Wall
A group of muralists explore 2020, the experience of the pandemic, and how it might affect the future in a new UMFA exhibit.
Remembering Aaron Lowe
U football player and student Aaron Lowe was remembered for his infectious optimism at a memorial service last October.
For the fourth consecutive year, we recently hosted U Giving Day for 1,850 minutes—and you can still give to your favorite projects.