F E A T U R E S
|THE SEARCH ENDS AT ANN ARBOR
Officially, he was provost. But during two years as second in command at Michigan, new Utah President James Bernard Machen earned credit for rescuing the school from crisis.
by Anne Palmer Peterson; photos by Jenny Risher
|GROWTH: WITH PLANNING, OR WITHOUT?
As both consultant and participant, the University struggles with the dilemmas that face decision-makers in planning future highways and land use for the Wasatch Front.
by Terry Newfarmer
|THE EYES HAVE IT
Geneticists at the University train their sight on a gene defect that causes macular degeneration, the leading cause of legal blindness in people over 65.
by Elaine Jarvik
|LOOKING BEYOND LANGUAGE
The University develops strategies to help international teaching assistants achieve success in the classroom.
by Karen Wolf
|WHAT LEONARDO KNEW
Courses integrating art and science are wellsprings of campus creativity.
by Jeffrey R Haney
|D E P A R T M E N T S|
News of the University.
|AND FINALLY . . .
Between Two Worlds
by Katharine Coles
|T H E A S S O C I A T I O N|
|TOUR de FORCE
Super-cyclist Marty Jemison BS'89.
by Peta Owens
Alumni Advocates head to Capitol Hill.
by Micquelle Corry
University of Utah President J. Bernard Machen
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