- U to You: Secrets of the Greatest Snow on EarthDate: 10/28/2021 12:00 PM to 1:00 PM Utah has long claimed to have the Greatest Snow on Earth, but what is the scientific reality? In this talk, University of Utah professor Jim Steenburgh explores the origins of the Greatest Snow on Earth phrase, identifies the key ingredients for great powder skiing, and determines if Utah’s […]
- Why you need to network: A Conversation with U Alumni Mentors and StudentsDate: 9/29/2021 12:00 PM to 1:00 PM 1 student + 1 alum = impact x 2 Listen in on the conversation between three U alumni and the students they mentored. Learn how easy and mutually rewarding it can be to connect with U students to provide support and guidance to foster academic success. With a […]
- Reframing the Conversation: Decoding the XDate: 10/6/2021 12:00 PM to 1:00 PM What does the "x" mean at the end of identity-based terms like Latinx or Chicanx? How does it fit with other self-selected identities, and why is there conflict surrounding the use of these expressions? Learn more and register.
- MUSS Bus XXDate: 11/11/2021 to 11/14/2021 The MUSS Bus is headed to Arizona! Registration opens Wednesday, Sept 15, at noon. The trip is $215 per person and includes bus fare, two nights stay at the Aloft Tucson University in Tucson, and prime seats to the Utah-Arizona football game.
- Virtual HuddleDate: 11/19/2021 Gather your U crew and join us for our Virtual Huddle! Read more
- Virtual HuddleDate: 10/29/2021 Gather your U crew and join us for our Virtual Huddle! Read more
Monica Gandhi BS'91
Growing up in Utah taught me a great deal and my time at the University of Utah was refreshing, eye-opening, formative and life-changing. The world has always struggled with disparities and vulnerable populations, such as those living with poverty or with stigma, are more prone to infection and poor health outcomes.
Great education comes with great privilege. It is our duty as graduates of the College of Science at the University of Utah to go out in the world to attempt to right these disparities, combat the stigma and carry the ideals of our rigorous scientific education forth.
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