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A Day of Collective Action - March 22, 2022

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As you may have seen in the Equity and Belonging Message from President Randall and the co-chairs of the Presidential Commission, the University of Utah is holding a Day of Collective Action on Tuesday, March 22 to both reflect and act on furthering the U’s goal of creating an inclusive community.

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One U Research Refresh Listening Town Halls

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The Office of the Vice President for Research is holding multiple listening town halls to garner feedback from the research community. Each town hall will begin with a brief overview of the U Campus Research Unit and One U Research Refresh initiatives followed by an open Q&A session for feedback and thoughts from the research community. Each of the town halls will cover the same topics and is open to all faculty, staff, post-docs, and students. Please attend the session that works best for your schedule.

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Research Data Repository Use at the University of Utah

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We would like to invite you to participate in a survey study that is being conducted to better understand how research data repositories are utilized at the University of Utah. The information collected in this survey will provide important insights regarding research repositories that may improve the training and resources available to University of Utah researchers.

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2022 Data4Justice Conference Registration Open

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Registration for the 2022 Data4Justice Conference is now open! The speaker list is still finalizing, but already includes some very impressive scholars and activists (stay tuned!). To support an ongoing dialogue and partnership with the University of Utah, registration for students, staff, and faculty from Utah is gratis.

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VPR COVID - 19 Update: January 31, 2022

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The Salt Lake County mask mandate is no long in effect. However, all people are asked to wear well-fitting masks indoors or “when queueing outdoors while on campus”. Masks are the first line of defense when you are around others, even if you are vaccinated. Well-fitting surgical masks, KN95s, or N95s protect better than cloth masks. To keep the number of cases low, members of the campus community are being asked to follow these protocols:

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Last Updated: 2/1/22