Activities in Logan for Families Logan has many fun activities to help keep kids occupied during the whole year. Take some time away from your long graduate hours to make memories with your family! First Saturdays at the Anthropology Museum You can visit the Anthology Museum on the second floor of Old Main [...]
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2018 Graduation Congrats to all our graduates! This year, commencement took place Friday, May 4 at the Dee Glen Smith Spectrum. We honored 945 Masters Graduates and 94 Doctorate graduates. We loved having the chance to recognize our graduates who have worked so hard to complete their degrees. This year, Honorary Doctorates were [...]
#GradGuidance Inspiration Advice from grad students to grad students to help you make the most of your graduate school experience posted on the USU Graduate Student social media each week. "Having an appropriate study environment available (until midnight) where I could study alone or in groups and focus uninterrupted for long periods of [...]
5 Social Media Pages to Improve Your Time at USU Want to stay in the know on USU news and events? Follow these five social media accounts to be updated and make the most of your USU experience. Dining Services Twitter: @UtahStateDining Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/utahstatedining/ Instagram: @utahstatedining Follow the Dining Services account for updates [...]
Idowu Atoloye, College of Agriculture and Applied Sciences PDRF Can compost affect how many crops are grown? Idowu Atoloye is a PDRF studying soil plants and climate, and his research focuses on organic wheats and how compost can enhance yield in the long term. Declining yield and grain quality was a major [...]
Research Week 2018 At this year’s Research Week we honored so many outstanding researchers and mentors, and showcased fantastic research happening at USU. If you missed anything, here’s a recap. Friday, April 6 was the inaugural event, the Research Week Gala where Researchers of the Year from each college were honored, [...]
Abram Bernard, College of Science PDRF Abram Bernard, a PhD student in the Biochemistry department, studies a bacterium called Shigella that causes a severe type of dysentery. He describes the bacteria having protein structures shaped like a needle that pierces a host cell and inserts itself inside thus high jacking the cell’s processes and escaping the immune response. Other [...]
Prepare to be Blown Away at Research Week 2018 Research Week is a great opportunity for students and faculty to learn about and share research efforts on campus. This year’s events begin on April 10 and will include several events to engage graduate students in a community of learning. The Faculty Author Exhibit is a great opportunity for students to learn [...]
Spring in Logan It may not feel like it sometimes, but spring is here! Despite the lingering snow, there are plenty of ways to make summer feel closer, and plenty of things to do in Logan. Baby Animal Days Nothing says spring like baby animals! Luckily, the American West Heritage Center [...]
Samantha Corralejo, College of Education and Human Services PDRF Samantha Corralejo is a California native who is here at Utah State studying as a PDRF in the Emma Eccles Jones College of Education and Human Services. She loves cooking, birding, running, music, and has a goal to try the best pizza in every state. Ever since she [...]