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USU President Noelle Cockett in Moab

USU Announces Statewide Campuses Name

Wednesday, Jun. 26, 2019 - Utah State University announced that its Regional Campuses and Centers will now be referred to as Statewide Campuses.... Read More

Grace McGuire on the soccer field.

Utah State's Grace McGuire Nominated as NCAA Woman of the Year

Wednesday, Jun. 26, 2019 - Established in 1991, the NCAA Woman of the Year award recognizes graduating female college athletes who have exhausted their eligibility and distinguished themselves in academics, athletics, service and leadership throughout their collegiate careers.... Read More

Dexton Lake

Agriculture, Auctioneering and Student Safety Drive Dexton Lake

Wednesday, Jun. 26, 2019 - Dexton Lake, USUSA's new executive vice president, is a man of hidden talents.... Read More

U.S. Air Force veteran Dave Snarr on a horse

USU and Military Veterans Taking the Reins

Wednesday, Jun. 26, 2019 - Utah State University Extension's Ride Utah! program for military veterans is proving to be successful just four years since its creation.... Read More

Jacey Skinner

New Members Added to Utah State University's Board of Trustees

Tuesday, Jun. 25, 2019 - Jacey Skinner and Wayne L. Niederhauser will officially begin their four-year terms on July 1. They will take the place of outgoing trustees Mark K. Holland and J. Scott Nixon.... Read More

Tree with sycamore anthracnose disease.

Ask an Expert: Cool, Wet Spring Causing Leaf Diseases

Monday, Jun. 24, 2019 - Leaf diseases have become a concern this spring because of the cool, wet weather, and rain provides an efficient way for fungal and bacterial spores to spread.... Read More

USU ecologist Lauren Lucas

Citizen Scientists: Join USU Ecologists in NSF-funded Biodiversity Study

Friday, Jun. 21, 2019 - Lauren Lucas, Zach Gompert explore plant, insect and microbial interactions... Read More

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USU Alumni Band 2019: Back on the Quad and Better Than Ever

Friday, Jun. 21, 2019 - The Utah State University Alumni Band returns to the Quad Sunday, June 23, at 7 p.m. with the season's opening concert, Jazz on Your Mind.... Read More

Rachel Arocho

USU Uintah Basin Alumna Earns Doctorate and Becomes a UVU Professor

Thursday, Jun. 20, 2019 - Rachel Arocho, a 2013 Utah State University Uintah Basin bachelor's graduate, recently completed her doctorate and took a position at Utah Valley University.... Read More

Madison Kisst as Tanya, Megan Heaps as Donna and Sydnee Fullmer as Rosie.

Not Your Mama's Mamma Mia!

Thursday, Jun. 20, 2019 - First Lyric Show to be Produced in Morgan Theatre... Read More

trash bins near a campground

National Trash: Reducing Waste Produced in U.S. National Parks

Thursday, Jun. 20, 2019 - When you think of national parks, you might picture the vast plateaus of the Grand Canyon, the intricate wetlands of the Everglades or the inspiring viewscapes of the Grand Tetons.... Read More

Upstander Graphic

Evaluation Shows "Upstanding" Creates Awareness of Problematic Behaviors

Tuesday, Jun. 18, 2019 - Internal Evaluation of Utah State University's bystander intervention program shows participants have an increased awareness of the signs of problematic situations, and are more likely to stand up and intervene.... Read More

A predatory damselfly

Biting Backfire: Some Mosquitoes Actually Benefit from Pesticide Application

Tuesday, Jun. 18, 2019 - The common perception that pesticides reduce or eliminate target insect species may not always hold.... Read More


Ask an Expert: Living in Snake Country - Six Things to Consider

Friday, Jun. 14, 2019 - For many, the sight of a snake is what nightmares are made of. Unfortunately, all too often Hollywood and has taken advantage of people's fear of snakes for profit.... Read More

Actors Kai Sargent and Alaina Dunn at rehearsal

First Show of the Lyric Summer Season Opens Friday!

Friday, Jun. 14, 2019 - A Raisin in the Sun Takes Stage at the Caine Lyric Theatre... Read More

grove of trees in Yosemite

USU Researchers Featured in BBC Video on Trees in Yosemite

Thursday, Jun. 13, 2019 - Jim Lutz and his colleagues have been studying the sprouting, growth and death of all of the trees specified sites in Yosemite National Park during the past several years.... Read More

Utah Conservation Corps pose for a photo

Utah Conservation Corps Concludes First Disaster Relief Deployment to Iowa

Thursday, Jun. 13, 2019 - During a two-week period to Fremont County, Iowa, the nine-person UCC crew served more than 1,100 hours.... Read More

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USU's Engineering Summer Camp Turns 30

Thursday, Jun. 13, 2019 - High school students from 13 states participated in this year's event June 3-6 on the Utah State University Logan campus.... Read More

Rendering of the Bastian Agricultural Center

Celebration Scheduled for Future Agricultural Land Preservation Center

Thursday, Jun. 13, 2019 - A multi-generational agricultural family in Salt Lake County plans to donate 100 acres to Utah State University Extension for the creation of a center dedicated to agricultural land preservation.... Read More

Michelle Baker

Water is Focal Point at USU's Research Landscapes Talk in Salt Lake City

Thursday, Jun. 13, 2019 - Utah is experiencing an explosion in population and a changing economy. These conditions are transforming the way the state uses water, particularly in the case of urbanization.... Read More

Mary Chai

Students in 28 States Graduate from USU Online

Thursday, Jun. 13, 2019 - Through long road trips and flights, many Utah State University Online graduates traveled to Utah for commencement in May with their friends and family.... Read More

USU Blanding campus

USU's Blanding Campus Receives Funding for Sexual Violence Prevention

Wednesday, Jun. 12, 2019 - Utah State University Blanding will receive up to $15,000 to support new sexual violence prevention programs on the campus.... Read More

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Encircling Logan

Wednesday, Jun. 12, 2019 - "When you walk in, you feel the love." —Riley Welsh... Read More

women's gymnastics team cheering in a huddle

Mountain Rim Gymnastics Conference Honors 12 Aggies for Academic Success

Wednesday, Jun. 12, 2019 - To be eligible for the award, a student-athlete must have a 3.2 cumulative grade-point average for the 2018-19 school year and have appeared on the squad list during the 2019 campaign.... Read More

Old Main with view of Logan in the background

Logan Named Best Small City in the Country for Entrepreneurship

Wednesday, Jun. 12, 2019 - According to the study, Verizon researchers found that smaller cities often have greater potential for business growth than larger cities.... Read More

Melinda Pfundstein

Inaugural Lyric Spotlight Concert One Night Only—July 8

Monday, Jun. 10, 2019 - The concert is a one-night-only, family-friendly fundraiser supporting the Lyric Endowment.... Read More

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Gardener's Almanac Checklist for June

Friday, Jun. 07, 2019 - It has been said that June is the gateway to summer. With that comes many opportunities to be out in the yard and garden.... Read More

Joseph Tainter next to a pond full of biofuel

Adding Fuel to the Fire: Motivations for Biofuel Innovation

Friday, Jun. 07, 2019 - Innovation in biofuels involves more than good ideas, according to Joseph Tainter from the Department of Environment and Society in the S.J. and Jessie E. Quinney College of Natural Resources.... Read More

USU campus aerial in summer

USU Computer Science Department Moves Back to College of Science

Thursday, Jun. 06, 2019 - Executive Vice President and Provost Frank Galey said the department's move, from the College of Engineering back to Science, follows a period of discussions about the long-term needs of the state and the university.... Read More

Earl Morris

USU Names New Head of Public Safety

Thursday, Jun. 06, 2019 - Utah State University has named Earl Morris as its next executive director of Public Safety. Morris will start work on July 1.... Read More

David Francis presents to a group

New Full Professor Advocates for Youth Development

Tuesday, Jun. 04, 2019 - With a passion for education and experiential learning, David Francis views the role of youth development as vitally important.... Read More

USU's Stan L. Albrecht Agriculture Sciences Building

Dynamic Lab Ventilation Pilot Funded at Utah State

Tuesday, Jun. 04, 2019 - Pilot projects that laboratories throughout Utah and across the country could adopt—it is just another day at Utah State University.... Read More

Robert Cardillo

SDL Names Former Intelligence Agency Director to Guidance Council

Monday, Jun. 03, 2019 - Robert Cardillo is a distinguished leader in the United States Intelligence Community, most recently serving as director of the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency.... Read More

One person helping another person climb to the summit of a mountain.

Rural Opioid Summit Held in Price July 18-19

Friday, May. 31, 2019 - The Tribal and Rural Opioid Initiative was launched by Utah State University Extension in 2018 in an effort to provide effective resources to address opioid use among rural Utahns.... Read More

Latino students visit USU's Huntsman Hall

USU Extension Partners With LIA for Youth Leadership Development

Friday, May. 31, 2019 - Utah State University Extension, in partnership with Latinos in Action, will host the second annual Leadership Boot Camp Conference for middle- and high school-aged student leaders on the Utah State University campus from June 4 to June 7.... Read More

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Be Kind Utah Campaign Underway

Friday, May. 31, 2019 - Research continues to show that kindness is one of the most important qualities in marriage and parent-child relationships.... Read More

Star Coulbrooke and Shanan Ballam

June 15 Writers Event: One Full-Day Seminar, Two Logan Poet Laureates

Thursday, May. 30, 2019 - A June day-long workshop for writers shows off the creativity and talent within the Utah State University Department of English.... Read More

Living historians Nathan Richardson and Renée-Noelle Felice

Event is Rare Chance to Quiz Early Civil-Rights Heroes Douglass and Mott

Thursday, May. 30, 2019 - Don't think of them as reenactors. They call themselves "living historians." That's because history is indeed alive. And it repeats.... Read More

Ron & Janet Jibson Family Courtyard

First Event of USU's Lyric 2019 Season

Thursday, May. 30, 2019 - Utah State University's Lyric Meet-n-Greet is Tuesday, June 4, at 6 p.m.... Read More

Operation Hat Trick Logo

USU Named Runner-Up for OHT 2019 Excellence in Service Award

Thursday, May. 30, 2019 - Operation Hat Trick, a non-profit organization dedicated to supporting wounded U.S. combat veterans, has recognized USU's outstanding efforts in aiding the recovery of wounded U.S. combat service members and veterans.... Read More

Collecting biomass data at U.S. Sheep Experiment Station in eastern Idaho.

USU Alumnus Awarded Prestigious Esa E. Lucy Braun Award

Thursday, May. 30, 2019 - Jacqueline J. Peña,a recent Ecology master's alumnus, from the Department of Wildland Resources in the S.J. and Jessie E. Quinney College of Natural Resources, was awarded the 2018 Ecological Society of America (ESA) E. Lucy Braun award.... Read More


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