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STEM Impact

A Powerful Engine for Science


A Gateway to Knowledge

100% of graduates in Engineering, Medicine, Architecture, and Science take Physics.

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Academic Excellence

International recognition for our students and faculty.

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Student Spotlights

Utah is proud to share the stories of our amazing science students.

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Outreach Opportunities

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STEM Impact B

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STEM Impact A

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Campus Impact

Campus Impact


Designed by the firm of Young & Hansen, construction was begun in early 1918.

While the building was under construction, it was used as temporary housing for soldiers during WWI as there was a cooperative agreement between the Army and the University to house military personnel during the war.

Although its original use was as temporary housing, it was intended to be used as the Stewart Training School after WWI. This building housed the Stewart Training School from 1919 until 1966. It was officially named the William M. Stewart Building in 1968.


Academic Excellence

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Campus Impact E

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Campus Impact D

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Campus Impact C

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Economic Impact

Science drives our economy 


Designed by the firm of Young & Hansen, construction was begun in early 1918.

While the building was under construction, it was used as temporary housing for soldiers during WWI as there was a cooperative agreement between the Army and the University to house military personnel during the war.

Although its original use was as temporary housing, it was intended to be used as the Stewart Training School after WWI. This building housed the Stewart Training School from 1919 until 1966. It was officially named the William M. Stewart Building in 1968.

Economic Impact


Economic Impact A

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Earning potential

Science graduates make some of the the highest starting salaries.

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Project Details

The Interdisciplinary Science Center


Designed by the firm of Young & Hansen, construction was begun in early 1918.

While the building was under construction, it was used as temporary housing for soldiers during WWI as there was a cooperative agreement between the Army and the University to house military personnel during the war.

Although its original use was as temporary housing, it was intended to be used as the Stewart Training School after WWI. This building housed the Stewart Training School from 1919 until 1966. It was officially named the William M. Stewart Building in 1968.

Research Opportunities

Re-inventing the Science Corridor.

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Architectural Details

Re-inventing the Science Corridor.

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History

The history of the Stewart building and school.

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