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Utah Recreation

Hiking, biking, running, paddling, skiing, flying, climbing, exploring, and relaxing.

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Explore Salt Lake City

A modern metropolis nestled in the foothills of the Rocky Mountains.

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University Benefits

Medical, dental, retirement, tuition , wellness, and Employee Assistance Program.

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Faculty Stories


Allergy Season

Climate change is making allergy season last longer.

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Sloan Research Fellow

Luisa Whittaker-Brooks awarded prestigious 2021 Sloan Research Fellowship.

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Cottrell Scholar

Gail Zasowski named a Cottrell Scholar.

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The Science of Sea Ice

Ken Golden brings the principles of mathematics to the Earth’s most remote environments.

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Carsten Rott

Carsten Rott appointed to the Jack W. Keuffel Memorial Chair in Physics & Astronomy.

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Mission Unstoppable

Mixing chemistry and martial arts for CBS television.

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Priyam Patel

Visualizing the Topology of Surfaces

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COVID Connections

Creating opportunity during COVID-19

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Karl Schwede

The latest faculty to be named a Fellow of the American Mathematical Society.

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Giant Poisonous Rats

The secret social lives of giant poisonous rats.

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A Catalyst for Safety

Chemistry labs lead the way in university safety.

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Productivity Resources

Resources for faculty to help during the Covid-19 pandemic.

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Next-Gen Astronomy

The Sloan Digital Sky Survey is providing groundbreaking insight.

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$602 Million in Funding

Research funding passes $602 million for 2020.

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Debate 2020

STEM students least likely of any subject group to vote in U.S. elections.

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Equity, Diversity & Inclusion Committee

Working together for a better tomorrow.

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Presidential Scholar

Pearl Sandick has been named a University of Utah Presidential Scholar.

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11 Billion Years

Kyle Dawson and a global consortium of astrophysicists create a 3-D map of the universe.

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HIV Microscopy

Ipsita Saha is using electron microscopy to reveal the dynamic structure in HIV.

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Forest Futures

William Anderegg explains the risks of investing in forests.

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Karl Gordon Lark

Honoring Karl Gordon Lark, 1930-2020.

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Courtship Condos

Why is Dean Castillo managing the sexual relations of fruit flies?

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Tino Nyawelo

I see myself in those kids who are brought here as refugees.

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Running with Scissors

In gene-targeting, CRISPR makes a really good pair of "scissors".

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Electrochemistry

Henry S. White - A positive force in Electrochemistry.

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Commutative Algebra

Can commutative algebra help us solve real-world problems?

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Engaging STEM Students

How can we make STEM education more inclusive and effective?

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TreeTop Barbie

Nalini Nadkarni has created a "Canopy Researcher" version of the popular Barbie doll.

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AMS Fellow

Davar Khoshnevisan, named Fellow of American Mathematical Society.

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Going with the Flow

John Sperry studies how plant hydraulics and xylem tissue influence regional weather.

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Royal Fellow

Christopher Hacon adds another honor of a lifetime to his already stellar resume.

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New Physics

Pearl Sandick discusses Dark Matter and challenging the Standard Model.

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Teaching Excellence

Kelly MacArthur is recognized for her extraordinary dedication to her students.

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Teaching Excellence

Recognizing extraordinary skill in university teaching.

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Distinguished Research

Professor Molinero’s work is a hallmark of what research and scholarship should be about.

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Distinguished Teaching

Gernot Laicher, Professor/Lecturer in the Department of Physics & Astronomy.

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2019 Hatch Prize

Professor Joel Harris has been awarded the 2019 Hatch Prize for outstanding teaching!

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Associate V.P. for Research

Diane Pataki is now Associate Vice President for Research at the University of Utah.

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Insects, Bacteria & Ice

Water doesn’t always freeze at 32 degrees and other chilling facts from Valeria Molinero.

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AMS Fellow

Tommaso de Fernex, Ph.D. Associate Department Chair of Mathematics.

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AMS Fellow

“I was delighted to learn the news from the AMS,” said Peter Trapa.

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Plant Genomics

QUESTION: How does RNA decay contribute to gene expression?

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Breakthrough Prize

Christopher Hacon, has been interested in math for as long as he can remember.

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Under Pressure

Unravelling the mystery of a fundamental property of lithium.

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