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