Scott Hadzik | Weber State University Automotive Technology Department

Episode 143 October 28, 2020 00:50:18
Scott Hadzik  |  Weber State University Automotive Technology Department
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Scott Hadzik | Weber State University Automotive Technology Department
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Scott Hadzik is the Chair and a Professor at Weber State University's Automotive Technology Department.

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