Decades of drought leave many people wondering what they can do to preserve every last precious drop.
In April, with most
Zachary Ames is no stranger to global setbacks.
When he graduated from Utah State University in 2008, the country was
In the early days of COVID-19, homebound Americans descended upon stores, scooping up what remained of flour, yeast, and toilet
The unprecedented drought of this past year has had both short-term and far-reaching effects.
Lawns browned, plants withered, and ecosystems and
In 2009, the Utah Commissioner of Higher Education asked Susan Madsen if she could help him understand why Utah women
Paul Conway ‘72 considers cooking an essential life skill.
The Kansas farmer first learned to cook in a pinch when
Kristen Kator ’04 designs for the future.
A big part of her job as a lead designer with Samsung Research America
Picture this. The family is sitting around a meal at the table. Children and parents share events of the day.
David Schramm admits he is selfish. When asked why he conducted a research study on parenting advice and regrets from
“The ubiquity of connection drives a ubiquity of application—or perhaps it’s the reverse,” says Hawley, USU’s chief information officer who