USU history professor authors piece for medical journal Bulletin of the History of Medicine By Jeff Hunter '96 Utah State history professor Seth Archer had scarcely arrived at the Logan campus in the fall of 2018 when he began contemplating writing an
Due to its success in Utah, the BLM is hoping to expand the youth education program throughout the Western United States By Timothy R. Olsen '09, '18 M.B.A. The wild mustang is synonymous with the idyllic picture of the American West. Red
When I first arrived at Utah State University in 1990 as a new professor studying sheep genetics, I never imagined becoming USU’s president someday. Instead, my days were filled with organizing and delivering an animal genetics class, writing papers and grants, traveling to scientific conferences, and conducting research in my lab.
My first awareness of limited water was in 2009. Our neighborhood’s well was shut off after nitrates were discovered in the water. Although we were reconnected to the local town’s water supply, our neighborhood was informed we couldn’t use culinary water for landscape watering. As an avid gardener I had already planted
“For over 30 years Miller has been driven to photograph the United States’ space program in an artistic and scientific approach to storytelling. He has traveled throughout the USA to photograph launches, landings, and related structures to introduce his personal exploration of NASA’s history and to transform science into art.
People who are overly perfectionistic do not see perfectionism as a problem; most likely, they see perfectionism as an attribute. Like most attributes, there are times they help us and times they hold us back. Look at the outcomes of perfectionism and see if there are parts of it that could
Take a look behind the curtain at some commencement traditions such as the processional, the selection of the valedictorian speaker, and where those fancy stage ferns come from By Taylor Emerson Commencement is a time to celebrate a milestone, an achievement, or a continuation of a learning journey with more milestones and
Stefani Crabtree obviously wasn’t there, 50 millennia ago, when the first early humans set out to cross the supercontinent of Sahul. She didn’t directly track the progress of people up steep canyon trails, across stretches of barren desert, or alongside the greenspace near cool springs. But she still knows a
After nearly a week of instructing and collaborating with theater and set design students and instructors at Utah State University, Patrick Larsen ‘99 settles into a chair in a quiet corner of the University Inn, contemplating the journey home to Indonesia — a trip that takes on average 28 hours. “It’s
Decades of drought leave many people wondering what they can do to preserve every last precious drop. In April, with most of Utah in severe or extreme drought and following a winter with below normal snowpack, Governor Spencer Cox ‘98 issued an executive order declaring a state of emergency, asking residents
By Andrea DeHaan Claudia Wright insists that qualitative research is good at making the evident more obvious. “We have an awareness for the things we think we do,” she says, “but not necessarily for the things we actually do.” A doctoral candidate in sociology, Wright has studied migrant motherhood for six years at
Drought isn’t something that Grace Affram worried about growing up. “In Ghana, there are just a few places that have droughts,” she explains. “We have a lot of water — and we don’t really use it wisely.” But she became fascinated with drought as an undergraduate and couldn’t shake her interest in
Originally built as women-only dorms, the removal of the three south-campus buildings signals the, 'End of an era.' By Jeff Hunter '96 When driving past the south side of the Utah State University campus with her family in the car, Michelle Hoggan routinely pointed out the location of her first-ever apartment in
By Darcy Ritchie During my second semester at USU, I sat in the second row of my Media Smarts class. We usually spent the first few minutes of class discussing that day’s news, and headlines about a new virus were pretty low in all the email newsletters I had skimmed that
Leslie Martinez is the son of immigrants and the first in his family to earn a college degree. He recently returned to school to earn his MBA from Utah State University's Jon M. Huntsman School of Business. Why now? Why did you want to go back to school and get an
Thirty-six years after murdering two people to cloak his secret life as a forger of historic documents, a Netflix documentary entitled Murder Among the Mormons generated renewed interest in the story of convicted murderer Mark Hofmann. Hofmann, who attended Utah State University in the late 1970s and early ‘80s, is now