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Big Initiatives for New USU-Ephraim Faculty Member
This partnership will give Snow College graduates the opportunity to earn bachelor’s degrees in business without leaving Sanpete County.
Cameron Cuch Named USU-UB Associate Director, Director of Students
Cameron Cuch will step in as Utah State University-Uintah Basin’s (USU-UB) associate director and director of students.
From USU Uintah Basin Alum to Nuclear Pharmacist: The Path of Eric Funk
The most common radiopharmaceutical I deal with helps in imaging and evaluating the treatment success or spread of cancer.
From Wildland Firefighter to P.E. Teacher to USU Southwest's Newest Advisor
Her core responsibility is helping students through registration, financial aid, class scheduling, scholarship opportunities and more, ensuring they graduate efficiently and on time.
Graduation Must Go On
A commencement speaker didn't let an accident get in the way of her obligation to speak at commencement.
Kunz Family Donation Creates Pre-Nursing Scholarship
Sisters Ann and Inella Kunz have donated $25,000 to the Utah State University Foundation (USU), establishing the Ann and Inella Kunz Scholarship Endowment.
Largest Graduating Class for USU-Moab
The highlight of each academic year is spring graduation. A lot of USU-Moab students are working adults with families, and earning a university degree represents a considerable achievement.
Laura Dotson Named USU Eastern-Price Outstanding Faculty Member of the Year
Dotson was nominated by a committee, received a plaque and her name will be added to the commemorative list on campus.
Meet USU Southwest’s New Director of Students
Utah State University Southwest has named Spencer Kohler as the director of students. Kohler will oversee student services for 12 locations.
Moab Local Michelle Peterson Created a Stable Future with USU-Moab
Confronted with the stresses of raising a family, a job, and a shaky economy, Michelle Peterson decided to get a college degree that would guarantee a steady job.
New Programs Added To USU-Moab’s Career & Technical Education Program
USU-Moab now has three new certificates that are part of the expanding Career and Technical Education (CTE) offerings which provide students with practical skills and training for a variety of in-demand careers.
New Roles for Familiar Faces
Two USU Southwest staff members have taken on new responsibilities.
New USU-Moab Nursing Professor Enhances Local Program
Utah State University-Moab strengthened their growing nursing program by hiring Connie Wilson as a Professional Practice Assistant Professor in Nursing.
Northeastern Counseling Center Donates $25,000 for USU Scholarship Endowment
They have committed to donate $10,000 for the next two years for a total value of $50,000 available for students.
Nothing Beats Getting a Job Immediately After College
A family moves to the perfect location to earn a teaching degree and get a job all in the same place.
Oaklee Trogstad’s Love of the Outdoors is Paying Off
Trogstad is already reaping the benefits of being paid to do what she loves.
PathwayConnect Students in Utah Gain Expanded Options Through USU
Students will have access to USU’s 33 regional campuses and centers.
Philippine Native and USU-Uintah Basin Student Accepted into PA School
In 2008, Noel Christian Guido, known in the community as Guidz, left the Philippines to come to the United States with the hopes of fulfilling his educational and professional potential.
Strengthening Relationships With Local Businesses
USU-Moab is preparing to launch a new program that will invite local businesses to collaborate with USU students in internship and entrepreneurial activities.
TEAL Professor a Student Favorite in First Year at USU
Shireen Keyl, a clinical assistant professor in the School of Teacher Education and Leadership (TEAL) at Utah State University, joined the Ephraim campus in fall 2015. Since, she has quickly become a student favorite in the classroom.
The End of an Era: Influential USU-Orem Staff Member to Retire
Eloise Young has been one of the constants the center depended on to navigate the major adjustments.
USU Awarded RUS Grant from USDA
The Grant Provides Education Technology to Rural Utah.
USU Brings Night of Jazz to Nephi
The best of Utah State University’s students and faculty along with professional musicians presented a free community appreciation concert in Nephi.
USU Names Assistant Vice President of Regional Campuses
Utah State University has named Taylor Adams as the assistant vice president of Regional Campuses.
USU Names New Executive Director for Moab and Southwest Region
After a comprehensive national search, Utah State University announced USU Professor Lianna Etchberger as the executive director of USU-Moab and Southwest region.
USU Professor Nationally Recognized for Extensive Work in Diabetes
In 2018, only 12 individuals qualified nationally, including USU-Salt Lake's Lacie Peterson, to be named AADE Fellows.
USU Receives Eccles Foundation Grant to Support First-Generation Students in the Sciences
USU received a three-year grant from the George S. and Dolores Doré Eccles Foundation to support first-generation students pursuing degrees in the sciences.
USU Responds to Utah’s Nursing Shortages
The demand for nurses is increasing at a faster rate than the number of students accepted into nursing schools.
USU Student's Research Could End Negative Side Effects in Diabetes
Ryker Hacking, a Vernal native and student at USU, performed vital research in the USU-Uintah Basin summer internship program that could end the negative side effects in diabetes.
USU Tooele Hires Nursing Coordinator, Instructor
Brooke Temby is backed by 15 years of experience as a registered nurse, bringing a depth of healthcare knowledge to benefit USU Tooele students.
USU Uintah Basin Associate Vice President Named Post-Secondary Educator of the Year
Taylor has supported and grown the Career and Technical Education (CTE) field in the local community throughout his tenure at USU Uintah Basin, mentoring and leading many students to rewarding careers.
USU Welcomes All to Utah with Billboard Campaign
Billboards located at prominent locations statewide
USU and its President Commit to a New Campus in Moab
University, state, and local representatives met to discuss the needs and strategy to build a new campus in Moab.
USU-Beaver Student First to Earn Business Administration Bachelor’s
Leaves 20-Year Career to Go Back to School
USU-Brigham City’s Dean & Executive Director Tom Lee to Take on New University Role
Leaves lasting legacy for Brigham City Region
USU-Moab Concurrent Enrollment Adds New Automotive Technology Instructor
Utah State University-Moab continues to work with Grand County High School (GCHS) to offer courses for college credit and career preparation.
Spring has brought an end to long endeavors, and opened up new beginnings, for Utah State University-Moab’s latest graduates.
USU-Moab Hosts Workshop to Help Plan Moab's Future
Students and community collaborate on ideas and proposals.
USU-Moab Nursing Students Teach Fifth Graders
USU-Moab nursing students gave pediatric health presentations, illustrating mastery of subjects by simplifying them for a much younger generation.
USU-Southwest Adds Two “Work Now” Certificates
In an effort to provide residents throughout Southwest Utah with work skills that can be immediately used in the work force, Utah State University-Southwest has added two new certificate programs – Digital Design and Web Business.
USU-Southwest Holds 2016 Commencement
On Thursday, April 21, 2016 Utah State University-Southwest held its annual graduation ceremony in Nephi, Utah. USU-Southwest’s graduating class of 2016 was comprised of ten associate’s, 20 bachelor’s and three master’s degrees.
USU-Southwest Professor Awarded Fulbright Grant
Dr. Shireen Keyl was awarded a Fulbright grant to teach and perform research in Jordan for one year at the University of Jordan in Amman.
USU-UB Graduate Leverages Education & Experience to Land Dream Job
The business administration and economics degrees were the perfect duo in preparing Wilkins for her new job
USU-UB Professor Named Vice Provost for USU
Utah Carnegie Professor Rich Etchberger has recently been named Vice Provost for Utah State University.
USU-UB Student Awarded Funding For Biology Research
When’s she’s not reading Sherlock Holmes or volunteering as an EMT, Christine Wisell is researching the evolution of Tetrodotoxin resistance in salamanders.
USU-Uintah Basin Adds Bachelor's in Technology Systems
Builds available options for technical education
USU-Uintah Basin Biology Professor Promoted, Receives Tenure
Dr. Charles Hanifin, a Utah State University-Uintah Basin (USU) professor in the Department of Biology, is being promoted from assistant professor to associate professor with tenure.
USU-Uintah Basin Celebrates 50th Anniversary
To celebrate the momentous event, USU-Uintah Basin held a heritage gala to recognize founders, benefactors and community partners.
USU-Uintah Basin Celebrates Commencement
Utah State University-Uintah Basin held its commencement ceremony on Saturday, April 29, 2018.
USU-Uintah Basin Hires New Faculty Members
Utah State University-Uintah Basin (USU-UB) has hired three new faculty members who will begin teaching and serving in other capacities starting the Fall 2017 Semester.
USU-Uintah Basin Hires a Local with over a Decade of Nursing Experience
Monte Hardinger has 14 years of experience in healthcare, and is looking to add to USU-Uintah Basin’s already successful nursing program.
USU-Uintah Basin Holds First Annual Perfect Swing Golf Tournament
Utah State University-Uintah Basin held its inaugural Perfect Swing for Scholarships Golf Tournament on Wednesday, August 30, 2017.
USU-Uintah Basin Holds First Earth Observation and GIS Event
The all-day event held Tuesday, May 8 featured three breakout sessions from the Utah Geographic Information Council.
USU-Uintah Basin Holds Second Annual Perfect Swing Golf Tournament
The event was held at Dinaland Golf Course in Vernal, Utah to raise money for scholarships to help the region’s workforce and leaders earn college degrees.
USU-Uintah Basin Nursing Students Have 100 Percent Job Placement
USU-Uintah Basin Nursing Class of 2018 with Big Blue Utah State University Uintah Basin Nursing is pleased to announce that all 2018 graduates are now working as nurses.
USU-Uintah Basin Professor Awarded Fulbright Grant
Dr. Blackstock is the first USU Regional Campus faculty member to be named a Fulbright scholar.
USU-Uintah Basin Scientists’ Research Improves Regulatory Outlook for Local Community
Research conducted by USU's Bingham Research Center led to a marginal, rather than moderate, ozone nonattainment designation for the Uintah Basin by the EPA.
USU-Uintah Basin Student Earns Prestigious University A-Pin Award
The A-Pin started in 1910 and continues to be one of the most esteemed awards for undergraduate students.
USU-Uintah Basin Student Gets Hands-on Experience with USDA Wildlife Service
Morgan Larsen received the Berryman Institute Scholarship that provided Larsen the opportunity to spend the summer working for the USDA Wildlife Service.
USU-Uintah Basin Student Receives URCO Research Grant to Study Local Air Quality
Breitenbach is one of many students who have earned the URCO grant to gain hands-on research experience during their undergraduate career at USU-Uintah Basin.
Uintah Basin Science Fair Held at Uintah Conference Center
Local science students showcased their talents and research at the Uintah Basin Science Fair, held at the Uintah Conference Center and sponsored by Utah State University-Uintah Basin.
Uintah Basin Ute Tribe Students Visit USU in Logan
USU's Logan campus hosted 30 Ute Tribe students from Union and Uintah River high schools to give them a better understanding of the college experience and see the college opportunities available to them.
Uintah Basin Ute Tribe Students Visit USU in Logan, Map Out College Opportunities
USU's Logan campus hosted Ute Tribe students to give them a better understanding of the college experience and see the future opportunities available to them.
Utah State University Appoints VP of Regional Campuses
Utah State University announced today that it has appointed David Woolstenhulme as vice president of Regional Campuses. Woolstenhulme will start at USU on Aug. 1.
Ute Tribe Students Experience Higher Ed
Students from fifth to eighth grade attended the Ute Base Camp, along with eight leaders from the Ute Tribe Summer School