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Utah State University Greats 2009



USU makes access to a high-quality education possible in every county.

USU has three regional campuses and nearly 40 education centers and is the state's only land-grant institution, providing non-credit classes, workshops, seminars, and online tools through its Cooperative Extension units in all of Utah’s 29 counties. Read more...



WRDC at USU Improving Rural America

The Western Rural Development Center's latest publications are one more effort by the center to deliver resources to improve the quality of life in the rural West Read more...



Taking History to the State

There were a half-million entries in the 29th Annual National History Day contest, and the Utah students who participated did well Read more...



Sharing the Right Chemistry

Utah State University's Chemistry & Biochemistry Club is venturing beyond the confines of the laboratory to share the excitement of science with the local community Read more...



Aggie Blue Bikes: benefits the environment and promotes good health

Air pollution is caused by many factors, but with approximately two million miles driven in Cache Valley every day, some of the pollution is inevitably linked to greenhouse gas emissions from cars Read more...



Taking Music to the Community

In keeping with Utah State University's land-grant mission of service to all people, the Department of Music sponsors several community music programs Read more...



A Multicultural Messiah

Utah State University's Department of Communicative Disorders and Deaf Education has partnered with Cache Community Connections for seven years to sponsor a production of George F. Handel's famous Messiah Read more...



Teaching From Experience

USU's professional quartet-in-residence, the Fry Street Quartet, will present Utah's first Beethoven Cycle in October in the Performance Hall. The FSQ will perform all 17 of Beethoven's quartets in just two weeks. Read more...



Chasing the North Star

USU geologist Sue Morgan, Utah's lone 2008 Iditarod finisher, shares the excitement of sled dog racing and North America’s last frontier with students of all ages Read more...



Sharing the Roaded Landscape

USU wildlife ecologists John Bissonette and Patricia Cramer have conducted an exhaustive survey of wildlife crossings on highways throughout the United States and Canada. Read more...