Huntsman Post - April 2016

It is most definitely springtime in northern Utah, with snowstorms alternating with sunshine, sometimes on a daily basis. Last month, we opened the doors to Huntsman Hall, and following the official opening ceremony, we opened our beautiful new building for classes this month.

The 21 new student study rooms in Huntsman Hall, which we knew would be well received by our students, have been a spectacular hit. They are 100 percent occupied every day by groups of students for the entirety of the time the building is open. And so I want to thank our great alumni and friends once again for helping us build this great new facility. Our goal was to create a student-focused building, and already, our students are using every inch of the building.

This month, we bring you news about some recent student and faculty achievements. As you may know, our commencement ceremonies are next month, and this year, for the first time in recent memory, we will have 6 students graduating with perfect 4.0 GPAs. Our incredible students are also focused on helping others, and you can read about some of the service projects completed recently by Huntsman students. Finally, I want to celebrate a great, new faculty member, Aaron Brough, who was honored with the Audience Choice Award at the 2016 Qualtrics Insight Summit.

Aaron and these students represent our motto to dare mighty things, and their examples serve all of us.


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