Adapted from a story that originally appeared here in the University of Utah Health newsroom. When Faith Bowman was deciding where to attend graduate school, the University of Utah wasn’t exactly at the top of her list. Coming from Wisconsin, she didn’t know much about the school or the state. But during her recruitment visit, […]
Science & Technology
The largest ever for the College of Engineering, Utah philanthropists John and Marcia Price gift $15 million to build new computer science building,
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Behavioral Health Innovation and Dissemination Center provides flexibility in treatment, a collaborative training program and interdisciplinary research opportunities
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