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Why Study Sea Ice?

Three researchers from the University of Utah–math professor Kenneth Golden, math doctoral student Christian Sampson, and electrical engineering grad student David Lubbers–are bound shortly

Why Did I Get Leukemia?

By Jaehee Yi, Assistant Professor, College of Social Work, University of Utah; with assistance from Jonghee Kim, PhD Student, College of Social Work, University of Utah [caption

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Biology, Civil Engineering & Design Convene Around the Carrot

"For nearly 15 years, University of Utah students have transformed two patches of their campus from sprawling green lawns into productive vegetable gardens..." according to a paper in

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Salt Lake City’s Granary District: Past and Future

On February 17, Mayor Ralph Becker and the University of Utah’s College of Architecture + Planning presented a symposium that focused on exploring the transformative possibilities

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Peer Mentoring and U

By David Derezotes, Professor and Director of the Bridge Clinic, College of Social Work, University of Utah Test anxiety, papers due, pop

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U Architecture Students: Have Project, Will Travel

“The education of the architect includes a phenomenon called the Design Studio … the core of the curriculum where students are given theoretical projects to design,” begins

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U Biologist: Biodiversity in Turkey, at Risk Yet Largely Ignored

Çağan Şekercioğlu, assistant professor of biology at the University of Utah and named National Geographic Emerging

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Settling In — How to Make a Home While Studying Abroad

”Home” is a tricky word. As children it’s our safe place, as teens we just want to get out. It can be a house or an entire community,

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Changing Addictive Thinking with Positive Psychology

Patricia Henrie-Barrus, Ph.D. is assistant professor of educational psychology at the University of Utah, and also a practicing clinical therapist in the growing and exciting new

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Studying Abroad: Affording It

When I tell people that my entire year abroad in Sweden is funded by scholarships, “lucky” is often one of the first words off their lips. I personally

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