More than 1,500 attendees showed up across campus to honor the lessons of Dr. King during the University of Utah’s MLK Week.
On Thursday, January 26th, WiHMS held a town hall and social -- the first large-scale, in-person WiHMS event since the beginning of the pandemic.
The U can strengthen each of the communities it touches by shaping and extending the power of partnership.
Dr. King’s notion of love wasn’t the amorous western ideal; King’s love required strength—even defiance in the pursuit of justice and equity.
Dr. José E. Rodríguez reflects on a recent visit by a delegation of leaders from Peru and university leaders across the state.
We have been working hard to share data in a meaningful way to ensure that our stakeholders know what is getting done, who is doing it, and how we can...
The inaugural session of Saturday Academies was held with over 200 local k-12 students in attendance.
Reflecting on a recent keynote, Dr. Rodríguez shares the lessons he gathered in his academic career.
Dr. José E. Rodríguez shares his experience and takeaways from the 50th Annual North American Primary Care Research Group (NAPCRG) conference.
The inaugural Day of Disability & Neurodiversity showcased examples of accessibility best practices and discussed areas of improvement for the U.
The workgroup Women in Health, Medicine, & Science leads the charge to support and mentor women in healthcare professions and advocate for gender equity and inclusivity.
We are delighted that there are so many among us whose passion for equity, and whose vision for the best University of Utah Health possible, who work daily for the...
NARI and GSRM participants were recognized for their research and presentation skills at the 2022 SACNAS - The National Diversity in STEM conference held in San Juan Puerto Rico from...
Health Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion is taking aim at better health outcomes for everyone.
While the mission to facilitate and provide basic needs security to our campus community is always vital, recent economic inflation and continued shortages in housing and supply-chain have compounded and...