By Robert Pembroke
My wife recently attended a seminar put on by University of Utah Health Sciences, where she heard Ruth Watkins, senior vice president of the university, talk about the school. Watkins told the group that the University of Utah has one of the lowest student loan loads of any university in the nation.
The same day I went up to the David Eccles School of Business and chatted with Amanda Miller, an academic advisor for Undergraduate Advising Services, about whether or not they were teaching their students how to sell. The night before, my grandson, who is attending the College of Business, told me that he hadn’t seen any classes that taught sales. Miller showed me that there was a whole track in marketing that taught students how to sell.