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Designing Financial Support

As a young girl growing up in Idaho, Kristen understood the importance of education and the opportunities it provides. She attended Utah State with the help of a university scholarship, while maintaining a 4.0 GPA.

Kator
Broadbent

Seizing the Opportunity to Give Back

Brian and Natalie Broadbent appreciate the positive long-term impact scholarships can have. As students, both Brian and Natalie were fortunate to receive financial aid through scholarships.

Engineering an Impact

Giving back comes naturally to the Andersons. Both Richard and his wife Moonyeen attended USU, where Richard earned his undergraduate degree before moving on to a productive engineering career at Hewlett-Packard. "I have never known anything else than to be a part of the Aggie family," Richard said. "We bleed blue."

Anderson
Nadine

A Passion for Language

Rosco Tolman and his son Bradley have given a unique gift to Utah State students with interest in foreign languages. Rosco’s passion for language study and world travel began with an LDS mission to Denmark, where he learned Danish.

Expanding global engagement opportunities

In March 2018 a group of faculty leaders from USU’s College of Agriculture and Applied Sciences (CAAS) traveled to Taiwan for a workshop hosted by National Chung Hsing University (NCHU) and Don Wang—a CAAS alumnus who has been instrumental in connecting USU faculty and students with people and programs at universities in Taiwan.

Bonnie
Jess

Mastering the Art of Doing it All

Jess Wallace is pursuing a Master of Fine Arts degree, a necessary step for raising the earning potential in a competitive theater design field and opening doors for her to make her own design decisions, add to her portfolio, and potentially teach at the university level.

Helping Students Succeed

As a young newly married couple arriving in Logan, Utah in 1972, Bob and Kathy Bayn had carefully mapped out their plan – Bob would enter Utah State University’s well reputed graduate program in biology to study plants, Kathy would pursue her own career path in the classroom teaching high school math.

Bayn

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