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University of Utah graduate student Katie Newbold watches as Colton Magill works on his design using Google's 3-D modeling software program, Google SketchUp. University of Utah iSTAR team SALT LAKE CITY — If you just peek into the computer lab, you can see that the students are using Google SketchUp to build 3-D models of houses or dinosaurs or city parks. But you have to look deeper to see what else a recent study found they're building with the freeware program: social skills, friendships, self-confidence and better relationships with their siblings. Not to mention skills that may lead to future employment. The students in the University of Utah iSTAR program range in age from grade school to young adults.