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Alumni Stories


 
David Hillyard

ARUP: Dir. Molecular Infectious Diseases

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Alex Horn

Major Alex Horn, USAF C-17 Pilot and and Biology alumni.

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James Detling

Professor Emeritus, Botanist, Colorado State

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T. Mitchell Aide

From tropical forest conservation to writing a novel

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Lee Roberts

Immune system mysteries lead to pharma & biotech R&D

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Jason Allen

Turbo-charging a medical career through research

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Jim Kaschmitter

From copper mines to NiCo batteries to experimental aircraft.

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Jeffrey Webster

A 50 meter swim to surgery at Reno Orthopedic Clinic

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Stephen Nesbitt

2023 Distinguished Alumni of Atmospheric Sciences.

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Nancy Parry

Fifty years of breaking the glass ceiling

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Stephanie VanBeuge

Lockdowns are something that Stephanie VanBeuge BS’17 knows something about.

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Ed Groenhout

Embracing opportunities

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Michelle Williams

Distinguished Chemistry Alumni 2019

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George Elliott

Retired U.S. Patent & Trademark Office examiner & director on the pandemic: "It will pass"

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Diana Montgomery

Pythagorean theorem in triangles of a tent

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John Deere DNA

The future of medicine is molecular.

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Ryan Watts

Co-Founder of Denali Therapeutics, focused on cures for neurodegenerative illnesses.

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Ray Greer

A professor convinced me that if I majored in math I could work in computer science.

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2019 Churchill Scholar

Cameron Owen - Chemistry and physics major and student researcher.

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Carol Blair

I was given the opportunity to work as a lab assistant with Stanton and Dalrymple.

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Emily Bates, BS’97

Pediatrics, University of Colorado School of Medicine

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Amy Davis

A circuitous route from academe to industry

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Charles Sorenson

My best trait is the ability to hang out with people who are far more capable than I am.

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Jim Sugihara

The University of Utah's first PhD recipient.

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Diana Hulboy

Biology in research and then as a subject.

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Paul Watkins

Critical thinking skills are among the most important things you can get from education.

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Alumni Panel

Distinguished science alumni share their experiences.

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Lynn Miller

One of the architects of Universal Life insurance.

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Arie Sitthichai Mobley

Better health care based on the unique genetic makeup of each individual

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Nick Borys

All Nick Borys wanted was a more interesting job.

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Griffin Chure

National Science Foundation Postdoc Research Fellow, Stanford

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Dale C. Larsen

From U.S. Navy aerial photographer to dentist

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Thomas Stucky

NASA engineer on Perseverance Rover’s journey to Mars.

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Sarmishta Kannan

I learned to design investigations and lab protocols to test the hypothesis.

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2016 Churchill Scholar

Mackenzie Simper - Mathematics major and student researcher.

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Nikhil Bhayani

Coming Home to U Biology... and The Pie

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Alumni Webinar

Dean Peter Trapa discusses the critical importance of undergraduate research.

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Connor Morgan

What does a former Student Body President and Biology alum do after graduating from the U?

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McKay Hyde

Equities Engineering for the New York office of Goldman Sachs.

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Audrey Brown

One of the biggest things that helped me was connecting with my loved ones.

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Todd B. Alder

Tripping the Patent Fantastic

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Adam Madsen

From Ute quarterback to Medical Practice.

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Lindsey Henderson

Leading a revolution in how math is taught in Utah.

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Patrick Newman

It tasted just like black licorice. I remember being struck by that as an 8-year-old.

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Bert VanderHeiden

As a first-generation college graduate, a physics degree has been life changing.

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Randy Rasmussen

BioFire Diagnostics began when three college friends came together @ the UofU.

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Kurt Zilm

Distinguished Chemistry Alumni 2019

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Edward Meenen

Back to the Land: Veterinary Sciences & Lab Tech

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Noriene Jee

There are so many jobs that require a mathematics or a STEM degree.

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David T. Chuljian

David Chuljian, a self-described “quantum dentist"

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Clifford Stocks

Whether cancer or a pandemic, OncoResponse CEO knows how to grapple with an opponent

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The Daines Medical Dynasty

An Idaho Family of Orthopedics, UofU-educated

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Doon Gibbs

Director of Brookhaven National Laboratory in Upton, New York.

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Michele Lefebvre

Elevating environmental science on Hawaii's Big Island

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Ole Jensen

Ole Jensen’s one claim to fame was that he was tapped to be a “calf sitter."

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2017 Churchill Scholar

Michael Zhao - Mathematics major and student researcher.

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April Christofferson

I love the process of writing, but I write because I’m trying to make a difference.

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George Seifert

The winningest coach in San Francisco 49er’s history.

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Alumni VS Coronavirus

Utah biotech companies rally to fight the coronavirus.

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Jim Hanson

As a first-generation college graduate, a physics degree has been life changing.

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The Gandhis

The Gandhi family is U - through and through.

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Julia Bailey-Serres

NAS member & U alum pilots Center for Plant Cell Biology, UC Riverside

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Cameron Soelberg

An adventurous pioneer in math, physics, business, and travel.

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Ace Madsen

Boot camp for medical school.

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Steve Mimnaugh

Living more than one life.

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Jan Mccleery

I learned to design investigations and lab protocols to test the hypothesis.

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Bill Jack

Distinguished Chemistry Alumni 2019

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Gameil Fouad

A few big decisions that really matter.

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Monica Gandhi BS'91
Growing up in Utah taught me a great deal and my time at the University of Utah was refreshing, eye-opening, formative and life-changing. The world has always struggled with disparities and vulnerable populations, such as those living with poverty or with stigma, are more prone to infection and poor health outcomes.

Great education comes with great privilege.  It is our duty as graduates of the College of Science at the University of Utah to go out in the world to attempt to right these disparities, combat the stigma and carry the ideals of our rigorous scientific education forth.

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