Exploring the physiology of the brain and nervous system was an opportunity Utah State University undergraduate Kinsley Batson didn't want to miss.
An event helping make STEM feel more welcoming to Diné Bikeyah students in Utah has earned the USU section of the Society of Women Engineers a national award.
New research from the Utah Water Research Laboratory has found that nanotechnology can reduce the environmental impact of agriculture and may soon provide significant economic benefits.
USU's School of Veterinary Medicine checks up on Santa's reindeer in this Aggie TV News report from student journalists.
Despite the distance between them, parallels abound between Iran's Lake Urmia and Utah's Great Salt Lake.
Recognizing Utah's interest in PCBL in K-12 schools, USU researchers dove in to studies reporting on PCBL's effectiveness in public education to produce a policy brief.
Legislatures in nearly 30 states have called for a new constitutional convention. Students at Utah State University have an idea of what that might look like.
Survey results that show student knowledge about university sexual misconduct resources and reporting processes is increasing.
At the top of Utahns' list of concerns for 2022 is water supply, according to the Utah Wellbeing Survey.
The Shingo Institute has awarded Chris Butterworth, Morgan L. Jones, and Peter Hines the Shingo Publication Award for their book, 'Why Bother?'
Several Huntsman School of Business students were given an assignment that had the chance to impact those in need.
Utah State University professor Kimberly Hageman takes one of renowned naturalist John Muir's quotes to heart: "Of all the paths you take in life, make sure a few of them are dirt."
A holiday tradition will continue when the Lyric Repertory Company and USU's Department of Theatre Arts bring A Christmas Carol to the Ellen Eccles Theatre Dec. 12-16.