BUSINESS CLASS UPGRADE by John DeVilbiss
YEARS AGO, the view outside of Douglas D. Andersonâ€™s muted woodpaneled ground-floor office was anything but memorable , especially compared to the bright space he now occupies overlooking snow-capped Cache Valley.
AND HE WAS PERFECTLY FINE WITH THAT, because when he started at Utah State University in July 2006 as the new dean of the College of Business, he had another view in mind. One he reveled in as a young man attending USU, walking to and from school along the Boulevard in Logan and looking out across the valley, wondering how he could permanently remain in such a place. The culmination of that dream is apparent as you round the hill on 400 North in full view of Huntsman Hall, a great glass expanse loftily perched on the southern edge of campus. Thanks to his friend, Jon M. Huntsman Sr., Anderson has snagged a mighty good view. But Anderson isnâ€™t satisfied. He has another vision in mind.
SPRING 2018 I UTAHSTATE
Published on Feb 13, 2018