Since 1995, Utah State magazine has spotlighted the people, research, and programming unique to Utah’s land-grant university. We feature stories that tackle big questions and introduce new ways of thinking about old problems. We also love a good human-interest story! The aim of Utah State magazine is to show the relevance of the research, teaching, and service at Utah State. Because the work happening on our campuses affects people whether or not they call themselves Aggies. Our faculty, students, and alumni of Utah State have diverse interests, but all seem to be motivated by one thing: Making a difference in their field and beyond. The publication is produced by a small editorial team in the USU Office of Public Relations & Marketing. Utah State magazine is distributed three times a year to more than 80,000 households, including alumni, elected officials, donors, and friends of the university.
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