Researcher Yin Liu sits on a couch holding a teddy bear

In China, it’s common for multiple generations of a family to share a household. So, when Yin Liu, assistant professor of human development and family studies, talks about living with her grandfather for the first part of her life, this

Former volleyball player Amy Crosbie works on equity issues in women's sports these days. She poses in the gym with a volleyball and net.

Amy Crosbie has been in the middle of things as far as women’s collegiate athletics for the past quarter of a century. Born a few years after Title IX legislation was passed in 1972, the California native came to Utah State

professors jennifer reeve and Matt Yost stand in a field discussing carbon farming

Carbon farming has garnered increasing attention as a way to reduce carbon dioxide in the atmosphere. By locking carbon into the soil through agricultural practices, farmers can enrich the soil of their fields. And by paying farmers to sequester even

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a man in a suit and tie stands in glass hallway. He is smiling and his arms are folded.

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

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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