Nathan Justis, principal at Edith Bowen Laboratory School, is the recipient of a Fulbright Leaders for Global Schools Program Award.
The 2022 Report to the Governor on Utah's Land, Water, and Air will be revealed on Thursday during an event in downtown Salt Lake City.
Utah State University students in the College of Humanities and Social Sciences recently traveled off campus to meet alumni working for the Space Dynamics Laboratory.
A deep-space radio built by SDL is operating successfully onboard a NASA CubeSat technology demonstration mission to support Gateway, a vital component of NASA's Artemis program.
Researchers at USU and UT Austin have studied a promising solution to the decline of educational outcomes following the COVID-19 pandemic.
Now, Utah State University researchers are investigating if pollutants collected in the sediment of the lake are getting airborne.
Thirty students participating in the Ute Indian Tribe Tutor/Mentor program as well as several Latinx students visited Utah State University's Logan campus on Nov. 17 and 18.
Utah State University recently completed the first annual report for the MyUSU 2.0 engagement portal
With the onset of winter weather and just in time for the upcoming ski and snowmobile season, USU and the UAC are hosting a free "Know Before You Go" avalanche awareness presentation.
Utah State University Campus Recreation and CAPS will host the Rec Your Stress event during No Test Week, Dec. 5-7
Utah State volleyball is going dancing for the first time since 2010 after defeating San José State in the Mountain West Championship on Friday night.
With inflation eating away at our budgets, starting the holidays with a spending plan is more important than ever.
Utah State University President Noelle E. Cockett announced on Tuesday, Nov. 22, 2022, that she will step down as USU's top leader on July 1, 2023. Cockett will continue as a tenured member of the USU faculty after her presidency comes to a close.
Caffeine can provide a boost of energy, help you become more alert, and improve your mood, but people also need to be aware of possible negative side effects.
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.