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Finding Refuge in Education   by Lisa Potter

Running with Scissors

One could argue that the age of genomes is divided between before […]


Henry S. White – A Positive Force in Electrochemistry   From energy […]

Commutative Algebra

Can commutative algebra solve real-world problems? “When we first study advanced math, […]

Engaging STEM Students

ENGAGING STEM STUDENTS How can we meaningfully engage students in STEM courses? […]

Prospective Faculty

Why Utah?   Faculty Stories

TreeTop Barbie

When Nalini Nadkarni was a young scientist in the 1980s, she wanted […]

Fellow of the A.M.S.

U Professor and Chair Named Fellow of American Mathematical Society Davar Khoshnevisan, […]

Going with the Flow

Retiring botanist studied how plant’s xylem tissue carries phenomenal amounts of water […]

Dean Peter Trapa

University of Utah Senior Vice President for Academic Affairs Dan Reed announced […]