Utah, University of

Utah, University of,

at Salt Lake City; coeducational; state supported; opened 1850, chartered 1851 as Univ. of Deseret, closed 1851–67. It was empowered to give degrees in 1884 and renamed in 1892. The university's diverse research programs include studies of the American West, the Middle East, biomedical engineering, isotope geology, and supercomputing. The Huntsman Cancer Institute and the state engineering experiment station are there.
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extensive, with the State of Utah, University of Utah, and Salt Lake County figuring amongst the city's most prolific
Besides the Princeton store, other bookstores participating in the pilot are at the University of Utah, University of Oregon, Portland Community College (Ore.), California State University-Fullerton, The Book Exchange at West Virginia University, The Co-op Bookstore at Louisiana State University, Bowling Green State University (Ohio), Georgetown College (Ky.), and Morehead State University (Ky.).
In the U.S., festivals have been held at the University of Utah, University of Michigan, and Virginia Commonwealth University among others.