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Meet Christopher Putt, B.S. Urban Ecology ’20

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Christopher Putt Transportation Planner – Summit County B.S. Urban Ecology ’20 Current student M. Arch   How did your experience at CA+P prepare you for your career?  My experience at CA+P has helped me in my current career and graduate studies immensely. Obviously, learning certain software and programs has been beneficial but beyond that my […]

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Meet Glen Berry, M. Arch ’88

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When Glen Berry, FAIA-NCARB was 17 years old, he decided that he was going to be an architect. He didn’t know what that meant or how it would have been, but Berry knew that was his future. Today, 48 years later and with more than three decades of experience in the field, he reflects on […]

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Humans of the U: Robert Olsen

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“I grew up in Provo, Utah. After graduation from Provo High School, I attended Brigham Young University for two years while living at home. When I changed my major to architecture, I transferred to the University of Utah, graduating in 1966. At that time, the School of Architecture was housed in some of the old-World […]

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The legacy of the champion of modern architecture in Utah

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On January 9, University of Utah alum George (Jud) Daniels, FAIA and co-founder of Salt Lake City-based architectural design firm EDA, passed away at age 94. Daniels helped introduce architectural modernism to Utah. “Jud’s influence still resonates today,” said EDA Managing Principal Thomas Brennan. “As heirs to the firm that he and Ralph Edwards founded, […]

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Humans of the U: Demetrius Kourtides

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“I was a research scientist at NASA for 33 years. My responsibility was mainly to improve the heat shield that protects the space shuttle when it re-enters the atmosphere. When I retired, my wife and I moved back to Salt Lake City. My wife has family here, and I had graduated from BYU. To be […]

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