Fazila Soukhakian, associate professor of photography in the Department of Art + Design in the Caine College of the Arts, has been named to the 2022 Photolucida Critical Mass Top 50.
Being charitable is often unrealistic for college students with little money to spare, so Aggie Blue Bikes is making their Cranksgiving charitable event more accessible to students.
Molly Ellender joins the campus as the Campus Engagement Program Coordinator I while LaNae Walker joins the campus as Community Engagement Program Coordinator II.
The summit brought leaders, entrepreneurs and experts from across the state together for multiple discussions and breakout sessions.
Performers of "Rising Tide: The Crossroads Project" reflect on the past decade of the music-science collaboration.
The 2022 Inaugural Lecture Series saw four faculty in the College of Humanities and Social Sciences recognized as full professors.
For Tim Keady, Utah State University Extension professional practice assistant professor of health and wellness in Cache County, suicide prevention is a professional and a personal quest.
A joint U.S.-Brazil satellite will be deployed from the International Space Station with scientific instruments developed by USU and collaborators to investigate plasma bubbles that can interfere with GPS devices in Brazil.
Utah State University was named the 2022 Educational Partner of the Year at the annual Life-Changer Luncheon hosted by the Davis Technical College Foundation on Oct. 20, 2022.
Utah State students got hands-on by planting bitterbrush to improve mule deer winter habitat for the Utah Division of Wildlife Resources.
After thorough assessment by trained examiners and accomplished business professionals, Codelco Radomiro Tomic Área Seca, Calama, Chile, has been awarded the internationally recognized Shingo Prize
Utah State University industrial hygienist John Flores is the recipient of the 2022 Meritorious Achievement Award from the Utah Section of the American Industrial Hygiene Association, the state organization's top honor.
Inquiring minds of all ages are invited to learn answers to intriguing physics questions at the Utah State University Department of Physics' 15th annual November Demo Show on Friday, Nov. 18.
Utah State University geoscientist Tammy Rittenour and an international team of colleagues published an investigation into how the world's largest sand island and the Great Barrier Reef came to be in "Nature Geoscience."