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Event Series Black History Month

Black and African Diaspora High School Conference

A. Ray Olpin University Union Ballroom 200 Central Campus Drive, Salt Lake City, UT

The theme of this year's Black Student Union High School Conference is "Empowering Excellence," which focuses on unlocking the brilliance and potential of each attendee. Get ready for an exclusive glimpse into the vibrant experiences of the university's Black and African Diaspora community through exciting workshops, campus tours, engaging panels, and much more. This event is centered around the experiences of students within the Black and African Diaspora but is open to all.

Event Series Interfaith America

Faculty & Staff Interfaith Leadership Training – Section 1

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 In a deeply polarized country, bridges of cooperation don’t fall from the sky or rise from the ground — people build them. Help the U create an environment of civic pluralism, where people of all religious, spiritual, and secular identities thrive. Help students become bridgebuilders who can thrive as excellent professionals and engaged citizens in a diverse democracy with growing religious diversity.

Event Series Interfaith America

Faculty & Staff Interfaith Leadership Training – Section 2

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 In a deeply polarized country, bridges of cooperation don’t fall from the sky or rise from the ground — people build them. Help the U create an environment of civic pluralism, where people of all religious, spiritual, and secular identities thrive. Help students become bridgebuilders who can thrive as excellent professionals and engaged citizens in a diverse democracy with growing religious diversity.

Event Series Interfaith America

Student Interfaith Leadership Training

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Are you a student looking to make an impact and stand out to future employers? In a world of growing religious diversity and social polarization, workplaces are looking for people with the skills to turn potential conflict into collaboration. But bridges of cooperation don’t just fall from the sky or rise from the ground — people build them. And so can you!

Roots, Race, & Culture Season 4 Launch Party

Utah Cultural Celebration Center 1355 W 3100 S, West Valley City, UT

Join PBS Utah and KRCL for a celebration of the award-winning talk show Roots, Race & Culture. Together we will have an invigorating discussion about what's in store for Season 4 including a guest performance by Plan-B Theatre. Don't miss this bold conversation with the hosts of the show Danor Gerald and Lonzo Liggins and guests Michelle Love-Day from Love-Day Educational Consulting, and Jerry Rapier from Plan-B Theatre. The discussion will be moderated by the long-time friend of the program, Lara Jones of KRCL RadioACTive.

Exploring Food Sovereignty: Stories From Home

American Indian Resource Center 1925 De Trobriand St. Bldg 622

Join us for an opportunity to learn about Indigenous Food Sovereignty through the sharing of food and story. Assistant Professor in Sculpture & Intermedia, Moses Williams and Indigenous Women's Collective Fellow, JaNaya Reeves will lead a cooking demonstration featuring traditional foods and end with us sharing a meal.

Latter-day Saint Sacrament Meeting

University Hospital Infinity Chapel (Level A, by cafeteria) 50 N Medical Dr., Salt Lake City, Utah

Sacrament is offered weekly on Sundays in the Infinity Chapel (Level A, Main Hospital). All are welcome to attend.

Event Series QTea Talks

QTea Talks

LGBT Resource Center (Union 409) 200 Central Campus Drive, Salt Lake City, UT

Come spill the tea with the LGBT Resource Center at our new program, QTea Talks! Every Tuesday at noon we will be serving tea and sitting down to connect and chat about a wide variety of topics that will be facilitated by an LGBT RC Staff member. This is a space for everyone to come in, enjoy and connect with community and friends.

Weekly Catholic Mass

University Hospital Infinity Chapel (Level A, by cafeteria) 50 N Medical Dr., Salt Lake City, Utah

Catholic Mass and Holy Communion are offered weekly on Wednesdays in the Infinity Chapel (Level A, Main Hospital). All are welcome to attend.

Cozy Day with CESB

Center for Equity & Student Belonging 200 S Central Campus Dr, Room 235, Salt Lake City, Utah

Snowy days got you chilled? Warm up with FREE hot chocolate, tea, and grab-and-go breakfast bars! We'll also be playing legendary tunes by Santigold, Bessie Smith, Lizzo, and Grace Jones at the center! Don't miss out on this cozy study break!

Stitch & B!tch: Let’s B!tch about the Gender Binary

Women's Resource Center (Union 411) 200 Central Campus Drive, Salt Lake City, UT

Stitch & B!tch is a space for students to engage in critical discussion and analysis as a community while collectively creating stitch-based fiber art such as quilting, embroidery, crochet, knitting, etc.! Join the Women’s Resource Center and the LGBT Resource Center to engage in a critical discussion about gender and the gender binary. No experience necessary! Materials will be provided.

2nd Annual Pediatric Health Equity Symposium

Primary Children's Hospital Eccles Outpatient Building 81 Mario Capecchi Drive, Salt lake City, Utah

This conference is designed to share the work on child health equity happening at the University of Utah and Intermountain Health. There will also be opportunities for individuals interested in projects related to health equity to network with others who are committed to advancing child health equity.

Event Series Black History Month

Woman King: Sisterhood Reimagined

UMFA Katherine W. and Ezekiel R. Dumke Jr. Auditorium 410 Campus Center Drive, Salt Lake City, Utah

Experience Sisterhood Reimagined at the Woman King Film Showcase. Join us for an illuminating screening of Woman King and a post-film discussion.

Latter-day Saint Sacrament Meeting

University Hospital Infinity Chapel (Level A, by cafeteria) 50 N Medical Dr., Salt Lake City, Utah

Sacrament is offered weekly on Sundays in the Infinity Chapel (Level A, Main Hospital). All are welcome to attend.

Event Series QTea Talks

QTea Talks

LGBT Resource Center (Union 409) 200 Central Campus Drive, Salt Lake City, UT

Come spill the tea with the LGBT Resource Center at our new program, QTea Talks! Every Tuesday at noon we will be serving tea and sitting down to connect and chat about a wide variety of topics that will be facilitated by an LGBT RC Staff member. This is a space for everyone to come in, enjoy and connect with community and friends.

Event Series Black History Month

Black Love Poetry Reading

Kahlert Village Fireside Chat Room 265 S 1850 E, Salt Lake City, Utah

In Honor of Black History Month and Black Love Day, and in celebration of Arts that Matter, the Honors College sponsors an open-mic reading of love poems by Black authors. To participate, bring your favorite love poetry by Black authors (song and musical lyrics definitely count and we like an expansive definition of love!), and share it with others.

Event Series Black History Month

Black and Dating in Salt Lake City Live

Utah Museum of Fine Arts 410 Campus Center Drive, Salt Lake City, UT

“Black and Dating in Salt Lake City,” is a show that answers all your burning questions about dating as a Black person living in Utah. Come to this live show of Black and Dating in Salt Lake City.

Weekly Catholic Mass

University Hospital Infinity Chapel (Level A, by cafeteria) 50 N Medical Dr., Salt Lake City, Utah

Catholic Mass and Holy Communion are offered weekly on Wednesdays in the Infinity Chapel (Level A, Main Hospital). All are welcome to attend.

Latiné High School Conference

A. Ray Olpin Union 200 Central Campus Drive, Salt Lake City, UT, United States

The Latiné High School Conference is an annual conference that creates space for high school students to engage in various discussions around college access and support.

Career Connections: Ronnie Pessetto

Business Classroom Building, Room 50 (BUC 50) 1635 E Campus Center Drive, Salt Lake City

For questions about this event, please contact Tashina Barber at tashina.barber@utah.edu.

Latter-day Saint Sacrament Meeting

University Hospital Infinity Chapel (Level A, by cafeteria) 50 N Medical Dr., Salt Lake City, Utah

Sacrament is offered weekly on Sundays in the Infinity Chapel (Level A, Main Hospital). All are welcome to attend.

Event Series Black History Month

Queer Legacy of the Harlem Renaissance

A. Ray Olpin University Union, Ballroom East 200 S Central Campus Dr, Salt Lake City

The LGBT Resource Center is pleased to invite the U of U campus community to join us in celebrating Black History Month by honoring the Queer Legacy of the Harlem Renaissance! From jazz music to paintings and poetry, we will be highlighting various modalities of artwork from the Harlem Renaissance throughout the day. We welcome everyone to join us in this celebration and education surrounding Black History.

Event Series QTea Talks

QTea Talks

LGBT Resource Center (Union 409) 200 Central Campus Drive, Salt Lake City, UT

Come spill the tea with the LGBT Resource Center at our new program, QTea Talks! Every Tuesday at noon we will be serving tea and sitting down to connect and chat about a wide variety of topics that will be facilitated by an LGBT RC Staff member. This is a space for everyone to come in, enjoy and connect with community and friends.

Event Series Black History Month

QTBIPOC Poetry Slam

A. Ray Olpin University Union, Ballroom East 200 S Central Campus Dr, Salt Lake City

The Center for Equity and Student Belonging and The LGBT Resource Center at the University of Utah are excited to invite you to a special event to come together as a community to celebrate diversity, creativity, and the intersection of Black History Month and The Harlem Renaissance.

Event Series Black History Month

Dreaming BIB

Bill and Pat Child Family Community Hall (SFEBB - 7th Floor) 1655 Campus Center Dr, Salt Lake City, UT

Come celebrate Black History Month with Black in Business (BIB) and the Business Student Government by joining a thought-provoking movie screening of Anita: Speaking Truth to Power, which highlights the life of Anita Hill. Connect with your peers, discuss Anita Hill's life, and enjoy dinner at this engaging event.

Event Series Black History Month

Blind Contour Drawing

Alumni Hall 26 South 2000 East, Salt Lake City, UT

Join us for an afternoon of art and reflection. You will create self-portrait blind drawings with added color and texture to the image, to visualize the phrase “that everything isn’t as it seems.” Take the time to clear your mind, to reevaluate your external & internal environment, and how it is affecting your decisions.

BPOU Night of Legislative Advocacy

Virtual Event

Join the Black Physicians of Utah for a Night of Legislative Advocacy! This empowering event aims to amplify the voices of Black healthcare professionals, fostering positive change in healthcare policies. Engage in crucial discussions with legislators, addressing disparities in healthcare and advocating for equitable solutions. The evening will feature Maryann Martindale, Representative Sandra Hollins, and Dr. Richard Ferguson highlighting the impact of systemic issues on the Black community's health. By participating, you contribute to a collective effort to drive legislative change and promote health equity. Don't miss this opportunity to be a catalyst for change.

Weekly Catholic Mass

University Hospital Infinity Chapel (Level A, by cafeteria) 50 N Medical Dr., Salt Lake City, Utah

Catholic Mass and Holy Communion are offered weekly on Wednesdays in the Infinity Chapel (Level A, Main Hospital). All are welcome to attend.

Author Meets Readers: Danielle Endres | “Nuclear Decolonization”

Carolyn Tanner Irish Humanities Building (CTIHB) Jewel Box (Rm 143) 215 Central Campus Dr, Salt Lake City, UT

Danielle Endres is a professor in the Department of Communication and Director of the Environmental Humanities Program at the University of Utah. Endres is also an affiliated faculty member in the Global Change and Sustainability Center and the Environmental and Sustainability Studies Program. Her research and teaching expertise lie in environmental rhetoric, social movement studies, and Indigenous Communication. Endres's research is guided by environmental and social justice lenses. As a rhetorical theorist and critic, she has examined a variety of historical and contemporary controversies, such as nuclear (de)colonization, energy transition, climate change, Native mascots, and dominant spatial practices. She is also interested in rhetorical methods, particularly the use of ethnography, oral history, interviewing and other participatory approaches in the practice of rhetorical criticism.

Our Current to Now

Hinckley Caucus Room (GC 2018) 260 Central Campus Drive, Room 2018, Salt Lake City, UT

Reclaim Your Lunchbox and Four-Ward Voice are hosting a screening of Manzanar: Diverted! This film will cover the environmental impacts of Asian/Asian American and American Indian communities. We'll be having a group discussion on what we learned from these experiences and how everyone can take a step forward together. Popcorn and drinks will be provided!

Dental Care and Access with BPOU and U of U School of Dentistry

South Main Clinic 51 West 3900 South, Millcreek, Utah

Join us for a special event focusing on dental care and access for the Black Community, hosted by U of U School of Dentistry, featuring Dr. Adam Hine, DDS, Utah's only Black Dentist! We will provide a brief tour of the South Main Dental Clinic, a presentation by Dr. Hine and Dr. Ferguson, and food for all! So come on out to learn the impact of dental care on your overall health.

“The Social Function of Scoring Systems” | C. Thi Nguyen

Carolyn Tanner Irish Humanities Building (CTIHB) Jewel Box (Rm 143) 215 Central Campus Dr, Salt Lake City, UT

We find scoring systems aplenty in both games and institutional life – in all the rankings and metrics which surround us. Why are scores so common, and what does it mean that we are so often entangled in scoring systems that we don’t entirely control? A score is a quantitative evaluation that renders a singular verdict. Scores have a typical function: they to encourage convergence on a singular evaluation. They are not transparent engines; they transform our values. Scoring can exert systematic pressures on our social processes of evaluations. They work to suppress pluralism about value, and to discourage evaluations in vague terms, and they encourage evaluation in mechanically repeatable terms. In doing so, scores can also serve to settle key choice points in collective reasoning processes – which explains, in part, the centrality of metrics in institutional deliberation. 

Event Series Black History Month

Black History at the U

Black Cultural Center 95 Fort Douglas Blvd, Salt Lake City, UT

Join us at the Black Cultural Center to learn about Black innovators, leaders, and change makers who made their mark on the University of Utah. Check out a digital exhibit, walking tour, and opportunities to get involved in learning about Black history at the U.

Event Series Black History Month

SoulFest: A Black History Month Extravaganza with UPC & BSU

A. Ray Olpin University Union Ballroom 200 Central Campus Drive, Salt Lake City, UT

Join the Black Student Union for a Black history extravaganza with a night full of entertainment from Black performers. Learn about all types of resources on campus for black students while enjoying performances from step-dancers, African drummers, poets, and comedians.

Latter-day Saint Sacrament Meeting

University Hospital Infinity Chapel (Level A, by cafeteria) 50 N Medical Dr., Salt Lake City, Utah

Sacrament is offered weekly on Sundays in the Infinity Chapel (Level A, Main Hospital). All are welcome to attend.

Empower Native Youth through Bracelets of Affirmation

American Indian Resource Center 1925 De Trobriand St. Bldg 622

Join us at the American Indian Resource Center to help empower native youth, by making bracelets and writing notes for young scholars.

Event Series Black History Month

5th Annual Black Faculty & Staff Awards/Black Cultural Center 5th Anniversary

Cleone Peterson Eccles Alumni House 155 Central Campus Drive, Salt Lake City, UT

In collaboration with the Black Faculty and Staff Association and the Office of Alumni Relations, the Black Cultural Center honors faculty and staff who holistically enrich, support, and advocate for Black faculty, staff, trainees, and students through their work on campus and in the community with the Black Cultural Center Faculty and Staff Awards each Black History Month (February).

Event Series QTea Talks

QTea Talks

LGBT Resource Center (Union 409) 200 Central Campus Drive, Salt Lake City, UT

Come spill the tea with the LGBT Resource Center at our new program, QTea Talks! Every Tuesday at noon we will be serving tea and sitting down to connect and chat about a wide variety of topics that will be facilitated by an LGBT RC Staff member. This is a space for everyone to come in, enjoy and connect with community and friends.

State of Wellness & Mental Health Townhall

A. Ray Olpin University Union Ballroom 200 Central Campus Drive, Salt Lake City, UT

The office of Student Affairs is set to host the "State of Wellness & Mental Health Townhall" on February 27, 2024, providing an opportunity for the entire campus community to delve into the 2023 Student Wellness and Mental Health campus data. This event, taking place at Union, Ballroom, will feature updates from health and wellness departments, shedding light on existing programs and services.

Weekly Catholic Mass

University Hospital Infinity Chapel (Level A, by cafeteria) 50 N Medical Dr., Salt Lake City, Utah

Catholic Mass and Holy Communion are offered weekly on Wednesdays in the Infinity Chapel (Level A, Main Hospital). All are welcome to attend.

Event Series Black History Month

Love & Basketball

Unity Lounge (Union, Room 293) 200 Central Campus Drive, Salt Lake City, UT

The Love of the Game: Love & Basketball Watch Party. A pre-game screening followed by Utes basketball action—a perfect sports night!

Latter-day Saint Sacrament Meeting

University Hospital Infinity Chapel (Level A, by cafeteria) 50 N Medical Dr., Salt Lake City, Utah

Sacrament is offered weekly on Sundays in the Infinity Chapel (Level A, Main Hospital). All are welcome to attend.

Event Series QTea Talks

QTea Talks

LGBT Resource Center (Union 409) 200 Central Campus Drive, Salt Lake City, UT

Come spill the tea with the LGBT Resource Center at our new program, QTea Talks! Every Tuesday at noon we will be serving tea and sitting down to connect and chat about a wide variety of topics that will be facilitated by an LGBT RC Staff member. This is a space for everyone to come in, enjoy and connect with community and friends.

Weekly Catholic Mass

University Hospital Infinity Chapel (Level A, by cafeteria) 50 N Medical Dr., Salt Lake City, Utah

Catholic Mass and Holy Communion are offered weekly on Wednesdays in the Infinity Chapel (Level A, Main Hospital). All are welcome to attend.

Latter-day Saint Sacrament Meeting

University Hospital Infinity Chapel (Level A, by cafeteria) 50 N Medical Dr., Salt Lake City, Utah

Sacrament is offered weekly on Sundays in the Infinity Chapel (Level A, Main Hospital). All are welcome to attend.

Event Series QTea Talks

QTea Talks

LGBT Resource Center (Union 409) 200 Central Campus Drive, Salt Lake City, UT

Come spill the tea with the LGBT Resource Center at our new program, QTea Talks! Every Tuesday at noon we will be serving tea and sitting down to connect and chat about a wide variety of topics that will be facilitated by an LGBT RC Staff member. This is a space for everyone to come in, enjoy and connect with community and friends.

Weekly Catholic Mass

University Hospital Infinity Chapel (Level A, by cafeteria) 50 N Medical Dr., Salt Lake City, Utah

Catholic Mass and Holy Communion are offered weekly on Wednesdays in the Infinity Chapel (Level A, Main Hospital). All are welcome to attend.

UWHEN Book Club: “Burnout”

Marriott Library 2130N Hoopes Room (2nd Level) 295 E 1500 S, Salt Lake City, UT

We’re excited for our next UWHEN – University of Utah Chapter Book Club discussion about "Burnout: the secret to unlocking the stress cycle" by Emily Nagoski, PhD and Amelia Nagoski, DMA. With our 2024 non-fiction reads, we will explore the topic of burnout, boundaries, and rest as a group. Huge thanks to the J. Willard Marriott Library for their generous and ongoing support of our Book Club!

Pictures of Belonging: A Curator Talk with Dr. ShiPu Wang

Katherine W. and Ezekiel R. Dumke Jr. Auditorium 410 Campus Center Drive, Salt Lake City, Utah, United States

Please join us for a presentation and conversation with Dr. ShiPu Wang, curator of the special exhibition Pictures of Belonging: Miki Hayakawa, Hisako Hibi, and Miné Okubo. A Q&A will follow the talk.

Event Series Women’s History Month

Decolonizing Feminism Workshop w/ Dr. Maile Arvin

Women's Resource Center (Union 411) 200 Central Campus Drive, Salt Lake City, UT

Dr. Arvin, director of Pacific Islands Studies here at the U, is a Native Hawaiian feminist scholar who works on issues of race, gender, science and colonialism in Hawai‘i and the broader Pacific. At this workshop, we will be discussing ideas from a paper co-authored by Dr. Arvin titled, "Decolonizing Feminism: Challenging Connections Between Settler Colonialism and Heteropatriarchy." Reading the paper before attending the workshop is *not* required. We hope to see you there!

Celebrating Your Voice

Thomas S. Monson Center 411 East South Temple, Salt Lake City, Utah

Join the Four-Ward Voice in their end-of-year celebration, Celebrating Your Voice, on March 15, 4 to 6 pm at the Thomas S. Monson Center. This event will highlight work across our Native American, Indigenous, and allied communities. There will be food and a music performance from Whisperhawk.

Latter-day Saint Sacrament Meeting

University Hospital Infinity Chapel (Level A, by cafeteria) 50 N Medical Dr., Salt Lake City, Utah

Sacrament is offered weekly on Sundays in the Infinity Chapel (Level A, Main Hospital). All are welcome to attend.

Event Series QTea Talks

QTea Talks

LGBT Resource Center (Union 409) 200 Central Campus Drive, Salt Lake City, UT

Come spill the tea with the LGBT Resource Center at our new program, QTea Talks! Every Tuesday at noon we will be serving tea and sitting down to connect and chat about a wide variety of topics that will be facilitated by an LGBT RC Staff member. This is a space for everyone to come in, enjoy and connect with community and friends.

Weekly Catholic Mass

University Hospital Infinity Chapel (Level A, by cafeteria) 50 N Medical Dr., Salt Lake City, Utah

Catholic Mass and Holy Communion are offered weekly on Wednesdays in the Infinity Chapel (Level A, Main Hospital). All are welcome to attend.

Event Series Women’s History Month

Inclusivity in the Outdoors Panel

Gardner Commons Siciliano Auditorium Room 1900 260 SOUTH Central Campus Dr, Salt Lake City, United States

We have three incredible speakers lined up; community nonprofit groups tabling; pizza and other food; and thousands of dollars worth of gear giveaways from brands like Black Diamond, Patagonia, and Pit Viper.

Black Law Day

S.J. Quinney College of Law 383 South University Street, Salt Lake City, UT

Black Law Day is an opportunity to explore the Law School experience and showcase the various resources available for Black students!

Latter-day Saint Sacrament Meeting

University Hospital Infinity Chapel (Level A, by cafeteria) 50 N Medical Dr., Salt Lake City, Utah

Sacrament is offered weekly on Sundays in the Infinity Chapel (Level A, Main Hospital). All are welcome to attend.

What’s Behind the Blue Door?

Virtual Event

Step into the realm of creativity! Join us for 'What's Behind the Blue Door?'—a virtual writing workshop where imagination knows no bounds. Let your words unlock new worlds and stories.

March CIRCLE Program Social Activity: Yoga

Red Butte Garden 300 Wakara Way, Salt Lake City, Utah

Relax with the CIRCLE Program! This session includes a sound bath for additional relaxation and will be led by yoga instructor, Kristin Vance. Mats will be provided.

Barber Talks: Joy as an Act of Resistance

A. Ray Olpin University Union, Ballroom East 200 S Central Campus Dr, Salt Lake City

Join the Male Success Initiative and Center for Campus Wellness for free haircuts, mental health screenings, food, and a community conversation on "Joy as an Act of Resistance."

Event Series QTea Talks

QTea Talks

LGBT Resource Center (Union 409) 200 Central Campus Drive, Salt Lake City, UT

Come spill the tea with the LGBT Resource Center at our new program, QTea Talks! Every Tuesday at noon we will be serving tea and sitting down to connect and chat about a wide variety of topics that will be facilitated by an LGBT RC Staff member. This is a space for everyone to come in, enjoy and connect with community and friends.

Day of Collective Action 2024

The “Day of Collective Action” (DoCA) was designed to offer the University of Utah’s campus community an opportunity to learn, reflect and find ways that each of us can work to end and dismantle all forms of discrimination at the U. The DoCA is a Presidential initiative, launched in 2022 by the Presidential Commission on Equity and Belonging. Join us to learn about the U's HBCU partnerships initiative and how these strategic partnerships can build bridges of talent and excellence.

Weekly Catholic Mass

University Hospital Infinity Chapel (Level A, by cafeteria) 50 N Medical Dr., Salt Lake City, Utah

Catholic Mass and Holy Communion are offered weekly on Wednesdays in the Infinity Chapel (Level A, Main Hospital). All are welcome to attend.

Conservation and Curator Talk: Yoshi Nishio

Katherine W. and Ezekiel R. Dumke Jr. Auditorium 410 Campus Center Drive, Salt Lake City, Utah, United States

Please join us for a presentation by Yoshi Nishio, president of Nishio Conservation Studio and one of the leading conservators of Asian scroll and screen painting in the U.S. Mr. Nishio will be joined by Stacey Kelly, UMFA director of collections and conservator, and Luke Kelly, UMFA associate curator of collections, to discuss the conservation of Chiura Obata’s Horses screen—and the unprecedented discovery within it.

Knowledge is Power: Where Academic Institutions and Grassroots Movements Meet

J. Willard Marriott Library, Room 1130 295 S 1500 E, Salt Lake City, Utah

Join the University of Utah Environmental Humanities Program on March 28th as Muskan Walia, the Spring '24 Community Practitioner in Residence, shares her experiences and insights into environmental justice, emphasizing her role as an organizer of Utah Youth for Environmental Solutions (UYES). Walia's talk will delve into the collaborative efforts between academia and community organizations, highlighting the relationship between UYES and the Environmental Humanities program. In this talk, she will explore the role academia has in social movements and best practices for those looking to engage with community members and organizations.

Gay-la 2024: In Color

Mountain West Cider 425 N 400 W, Salt Lake City, Utah

We are proud to present The University of Utah LGBT Resource Center’s annual fundraiser Gay-la!  This year's theme is In Color, wear your best and brightest colors as we celebrate our vibrant LGBTQ community. Since 2002, the LGBT RC has been providing support, community, leadership development, and advocacy to LGBTQIA+ students as well as education and cultural events for the whole campus community.

Latter-day Saint Sacrament Meeting

University Hospital Infinity Chapel (Level A, by cafeteria) 50 N Medical Dr., Salt Lake City, Utah

Sacrament is offered weekly on Sundays in the Infinity Chapel (Level A, Main Hospital). All are welcome to attend.

Engagement & Empowerment: A conversation with Native/Indigenous Leaders

Hinckley Caucus Room (GC 2018) 260 Central Campus Drive, Room 2018, Salt Lake City, UT

At this Hinckley Forum, panelists will discuss the importance of civic engagement in Utah's tribal and rural communities. Panelists will also explore some of the significant barriers affecting civic participation and consider ways we can better serve these communities.

Event Series QTea Talks

QTea Talks

LGBT Resource Center (Union 409) 200 Central Campus Drive, Salt Lake City, UT

Come spill the tea with the LGBT Resource Center at our new program, QTea Talks! Every Tuesday at noon we will be serving tea and sitting down to connect and chat about a wide variety of topics that will be facilitated by an LGBT RC Staff member. This is a space for everyone to come in, enjoy and connect with community and friends.

Importance of Mentorship

S.J. Quinney College of Law Moot Courtroom (Level 6) 383 South University St, Salt Lake City, UT, United States

Join us for an AAPI event highlight Jackie Cao from Activision discussing the importance of Mentorship! Pizza and cream puffs (Doki and Doki) will be provided. Please complete this RSVP to ensure we have food for you!

I am U Thriving

A. Ray Olpin University Union, Ballroom East 200 S Central Campus Dr, Salt Lake City

I am U Thriving is a visual storytelling campaign dedicated to showcasing the richness and diversity of human experiences within our campus community through the art of storytelling. The event will feature a dynamic mix of activities designed to engage participants in meaningful exploration of themes related to identity, community, intersectionality, inclusion, diversity, and belonging.

Weekly Catholic Mass

University Hospital Infinity Chapel (Level A, by cafeteria) 50 N Medical Dr., Salt Lake City, Utah

Catholic Mass and Holy Communion are offered weekly on Wednesdays in the Infinity Chapel (Level A, Main Hospital). All are welcome to attend.

Indigenous Hope for the Climate

Hinckley Caucus Room (GC 2018) 260 Central Campus Drive, Room 2018, Salt Lake City, UT

The Indigenous Womxn's Collective in collaboration with the Sustainability office presents "Indigenous Hope for the Climate". Join IWC Fellow, Jessica Begay to learn more about remarkable individuals who are doing vital work in the community. The panel discussion will focus on Indigenous epistemologies and beliefs about the climate. Providing hope for all participants about the ongoing climate crisis.

Pow Wow 101

Virtual Event

The Pow Wow 101 session will go over Native American Pow Wow culture, share about various dances, etiquette, and information about the upcoming Pow Wow that will be held on the U of U campus.

The PITCH: Operation SUCCESS Final Presentations

A. Ray Olpin University Union Theatre 200 S Central Campus Dr., Salt Lake City, UT

Please join us on April 6, 2024 as the University of Utah's Black Cultural Center's Operation SUCCESS Cohort shares the programs they have been working on this Academic Year.

AAPI Heritage Month Kick Off: Advancing Leaders Through Innovation

Bill and Pat Child Family Community Hall (SFEBB - 7th Floor) 1655 Campus Center Dr, Salt Lake City, UT

Join the AAPI Heritage Month Planning Committee, AAPI Student In Business, Center for Equity and Student Belonging, Utah OCA, and the College of Nursing for an evening of fun with locally owned Pacific Islander and Asian/Asian American Businesses and vendors, cultural performances and more.

Event Series QTea Talks

QTea Talks

LGBT Resource Center (Union 409) 200 Central Campus Drive, Salt Lake City, UT

Come spill the tea with the LGBT Resource Center at our new program, QTea Talks! Every Tuesday at noon we will be serving tea and sitting down to connect and chat about a wide variety of topics that will be facilitated by an LGBT RC Staff member. This is a space for everyone to come in, enjoy and connect with community and friends.

Black Hair, Black Minds: A Celebration of Black Hair and Mental Health

Bill and Pat Child Family Community Hall (SFEBB - 7th Floor) 1655 Campus Center Dr, Salt Lake City, UT

At 'Black Hair, Black Minds,' we aim to create a space where the Black community, beauty professionals, and mental health experts come together to celebrate our unique beauty and promote unity. We invite you to join Umoja Kulay, Focal Point, The Black Cultural Center and the Black Physicians of Utah for a celebration of Black hair and mental health. This event serves as a platform to connect the Black community in Utah with valuable resources and emphasize the importance of self-care, mental health, mentorship, and Black excellence.

Community Art Making Workshop

Art Building, Room 162B 375 S 1530 E, Salt Lake City, Utah

Get creative with the UMFA ACME Lab and the CIRCLE Program for a Community Artmaking Workshop where participants will create art & poetry. CIRCLE Program will present their work with translations of the Nuh Eevat Garden and the “Three Sisters: Corn, Squash, & Beans.” Be part of the community story quilt, no experience is needed!

Event Series QTea Talks

QTea Talks

LGBT Resource Center (Union 409) 200 Central Campus Drive, Salt Lake City, UT

Come spill the tea with the LGBT Resource Center at our new program, QTea Talks! Every Tuesday at noon we will be serving tea and sitting down to connect and chat about a wide variety of topics that will be facilitated by an LGBT RC Staff member. This is a space for everyone to come in, enjoy and connect with community and friends.

Native Research Methods Symposium with Margaret Kovach & Shawn Wilson

Gould Auditorium 295 S 1500 E, Salt Lake City, UT

The Native Research Methods Symposium features keynotes by Drs. Shawn Wilson and Margaret Kovach, preeminent authors of two excellent books on Indigenous Research Methods, and a series of panels highlighting successful collaborations between the university and Native communities.

AYA End of Year Celebration

Black Cultural Center 95 Fort Douglas Blvd, Salt Lake City, UT

Join the Black Student Union and Black Cultural Center for music, games, food, and more to celebrate BCC graduating seniors.

Event Series QTea Talks

QTea Talks

LGBT Resource Center (Union 409) 200 Central Campus Drive, Salt Lake City, UT

Come spill the tea with the LGBT Resource Center at our new program, QTea Talks! Every Tuesday at noon we will be serving tea and sitting down to connect and chat about a wide variety of topics that will be facilitated by an LGBT RC Staff member. This is a space for everyone to come in, enjoy and connect with community and friends.

Lunch and Learn: The Intersection of Queerness and Food Insecurity

A. Ray Olpin University Union, Parlor A (3rd Floor) 200 S Central Campus Dr, Salt Lake City, UT

Come chat with the LGBT Resource Center and join an open discussion on the history and intersection of queer identities and experiencing food insecurity. 

Event Series QTea Talks

QTea Talks

LGBT Resource Center (Union 409) 200 Central Campus Drive, Salt Lake City, UT

Come spill the tea with the LGBT Resource Center at our new program, QTea Talks! Every Tuesday at noon we will be serving tea and sitting down to connect and chat about a wide variety of topics that will be facilitated by an LGBT RC Staff member. This is a space for everyone to come in, enjoy and connect with community and friends.

Lavender Graduation

S.J. Quinney College of Law 383 South University Street, Salt Lake City, UT

Lavender Graduation honors graduating Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Queer, Questioning, Intersex, Asexual/Aromantic, and Ally students. Students (undergraduate and graduate) graduating in May, August, or December 2024 are invited to take part in the celebration!

Event Series QTea Talks

QTea Talks

LGBT Resource Center (Union 409) 200 Central Campus Drive, Salt Lake City, UT

Come spill the tea with the LGBT Resource Center at our new program, QTea Talks! Every Tuesday at noon we will be serving tea and sitting down to connect and chat about a wide variety of topics that will be facilitated by an LGBT RC Staff member. This is a space for everyone to come in, enjoy and connect with community and friends.

Event Series EDI Partner Meetings

Canceled EDI Partners Meeting

Virtual Event

Aligning with the platform of One U Thriving, the goal of these quarterly meetings is to draw connections between the colleges, units, and divisions’ diversity, equity, and inclusion strategies. This final EDI Partners session will discuss some of the potential aftereffects of HB261 and explore some of the ways in which this new law will impact our campus.

Event Series QTea Talks

QTea Talks

LGBT Resource Center (Union 409) 200 Central Campus Drive, Salt Lake City, UT

Come spill the tea with the LGBT Resource Center at our new program, QTea Talks! Every Tuesday at noon we will be serving tea and sitting down to connect and chat about a wide variety of topics that will be facilitated by an LGBT RC Staff member. This is a space for everyone to come in, enjoy and connect with community and friends.

HBCU IMPACT: Networking Workshop

Private Event

Learn from the David Eccles School of Business' Business Career Success on how to network over the summer.

Drop-in Tour: Art Tours for Book Lovers featuring Beneath the Wide Silk Sky

Utah Museum of Fine Arts 410 Campus Center Drive, Salt Lake City, UT

Please join us for an all-ages drop-in tour of the young adult book "Beneath the Wide Silk Sky" by local author Emily Inouye Huey. This tour will feature works of art from the dynamic exhibition Pictures of Belonging: Miki Hayakawa, Hisako Hibi, and Miné Okubo.

Event Series QTea Talks

QTea Talks

LGBT Resource Center (Union 409) 200 Central Campus Drive, Salt Lake City, UT

Come spill the tea with the LGBT Resource Center at our new program, QTea Talks! Every Tuesday at noon we will be serving tea and sitting down to connect and chat about a wide variety of topics that will be facilitated by an LGBT RC Staff member. This is a space for everyone to come in, enjoy and connect with community and friends.

UWHEN Book Club: “Stories from Sufragette City”

J. Willard Marriott Library, Room 5201 295 S 1500 E, Salt Lake City, Utah

"Stories from Suffragette City" is a collection of short stories that all take place on a single day: October 23, 1915. It’s the day when tens of thousands of women marched up Fifth Avenue, demanding the right to vote in New York City. “The difficulties women faced in gaining the vote, like much of women’s history, are often overlooked or forgotten or marginalized. Many younger women do not even know the story of the movement. It behooves us all to make a concerted effort to commemorate the triumphs of women and to tell their stories to the next generation. Victories cannot be taken for granted.”

HBCU IMPACT Community Welcome

PDQ 2200 S Main Street Ste 200, South Salt Lake, Utah, United States

Come and meet the latest group of HBCU IMPACT students! This social event is open to anyone wanting to build community and welcome our HBCU interns to Utah.

Event Series QTea Talks

QTea Talks

LGBT Resource Center (Union 409) 200 Central Campus Drive, Salt Lake City, UT

Come spill the tea with the LGBT Resource Center at our new program, QTea Talks! Every Tuesday at noon we will be serving tea and sitting down to connect and chat about a wide variety of topics that will be facilitated by an LGBT RC Staff member. This is a space for everyone to come in, enjoy and connect with community and friends.

HBCU IMPACT: Tree Planting

Private Event

The HBCU IMPACT Program will be partnering with Tree Utah to plant trees at a Park in Magna, Utah. This is a community service event to give back and plant roots in Utah.

HBCU IMPACT: Yoga Wellness

Private Event

The HBCU IMPACT Program is partnering with Planted Healing to provide a self-care-centered yoga practice with some elements of meditation and breathwork with a wonderful BIPOC provider.

HBCU IMPACT: Fill the Pot

Private Event

The HBCU IMPACT Program is partnering with Fill the Pot Ministry to prepare and serve food in addition to providing personal resources to the community.

Event Series QTea Talks

QTea Talks

LGBT Resource Center (Union 409) 200 Central Campus Drive, Salt Lake City, UT

Come spill the tea with the LGBT Resource Center at our new program, QTea Talks! Every Tuesday at noon we will be serving tea and sitting down to connect and chat about a wide variety of topics that will be facilitated by an LGBT RC Staff member. This is a space for everyone to come in, enjoy and connect with community and friends.

Event Series QTea Talks

QTea Talks

LGBT Resource Center (Union 409) 200 Central Campus Drive, Salt Lake City, UT

Come spill the tea with the LGBT Resource Center at our new program, QTea Talks! Every Tuesday at noon we will be serving tea and sitting down to connect and chat about a wide variety of topics that will be facilitated by an LGBT RC Staff member. This is a space for everyone to come in, enjoy and connect with community and friends.

HBCU IMPACT: Grad Mixer

Private Event

This mixer will explore the idea of grad school and provide an opportunity for the HBCU IMPACT Program cohort to ask any questions about continuing their education.

Millcreek Skate

Millcreek Commons 1354 E Chambers Ave, Millcreek, Utah

Join the HBCU IMPACT Program at the Millcreek Skate, as part of the Utah Juneteenth Festival.

Event Series QTea Talks

QTea Talks

LGBT Resource Center (Union 409) 200 Central Campus Drive, Salt Lake City, UT

Come spill the tea with the LGBT Resource Center at our new program, QTea Talks! Every Tuesday at noon we will be serving tea and sitting down to connect and chat about a wide variety of topics that will be facilitated by an LGBT RC Staff member. This is a space for everyone to come in, enjoy and connect with community and friends.

HBCU IMPACT: Moab Trip

Private Event

The HBCU IMPACT Program will be taking their cohort on a weekend trip to Moab to hike at Arches National Park, explore the red rocks on a Hummer tour, and ride the Green River on paddleboats.

Event Series QTea Talks

QTea Talks

LGBT Resource Center (Union 409) 200 Central Campus Drive, Salt Lake City, UT

Come spill the tea with the LGBT Resource Center at our new program, QTea Talks! Every Tuesday at noon we will be serving tea and sitting down to connect and chat about a wide variety of topics that will be facilitated by an LGBT RC Staff member. This is a space for everyone to come in, enjoy and connect with community and friends.

Stand-Up Paddleboarding with HBCU IMPACT

Deer Valley Resort 2250 Deer Valley Drive South, Park City, Utah

Join the HBCU IMPACT Program to escape the Salt Lake heat with some paddleboarding at Deer Valley Resort!

HBCU IMPACT Farewell Party

Hardware Village West Apartments 455 W 200 N, Salt Lake City, Utah

Join the HBCU IMPACT Program to celebrate their students' accomplishments, thank current companies for their hard work, and introduce the IMPACT 2025 company participants.