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Woman Tech Awards
Two Utah State University Alumnae Honored by
Women Tech Council
Of the six women honored at the Women Tech Council’s “Women Tech Awards” event, two are USU graduates.
Held at the Grand America Hotel in Salt Lake City, in September 2016, the awards are one of the nation’s largest ceremonies that recognize women in technology and business The ceremony honored six women for their innovations in shaping the technology industry and having an impact on Utah’s economy.
Read more and watch their interviews here >>
A Swinging Success: USU Alumni Golf Tournament Supports Scholarships

Big Blue and two men sitting on a bench.USU Credit Union, a division of Goldenwest, provided key support as a partner in the tournament with title sponsorship contributed by Young Automotive Group. In late August, 144 golfers from across Utah gathered to compete in the Utah State University Alumni Association Golf Tournament in an effort to raise money for student scholarships and alumni programs at USU.

“The tournament gets better each year,” said David Clark, associate vice president for advancement and alumni relations at USU. “Our sponsors are integral to the success of the tournament and participants enjoyed a great day of golfing and networking on the beautiful Ogden Country Club golf course.”

See the list of sponsors and this year’s Best Ball and Scramble winners >>

Five Aggies Honored at USU Homecoming 2016

Joyce Albrecht and Lieutenant General James C. King Five notable Aggies were honored for their contributions to Utah State University during the 2016 USU Homecoming Parade, Saturday, September 24.

The 2016 Homecoming honorees are a prominent feature of the homecoming parade and are chosen for their record of service and support to the university. The honorees include USU President Stan and First Lady Joyce Albrecht as Grand Marshals, Lieutenant General James C. King as Alumnus of the Year and Justin and Jocelyn Hamilton as Young Alumni of the Year.

Read their bios here >>

Logan’s St. Thomas Aquinas Catholic Church celebrates its 75th anniversary
Newman Club: The Newman Club was organized to enrich the spiritual and temporal lives of Aggie Catholic students. Among the club's more intellectual pursuits was the pholosophy class taught by Father Stoffel on Friday nights. Their social aspirations resulted in the completion of a recreation room in the basement of the Catholic Chapel. The many parties and dances held there, during the year added delightful memories to the group's unique charm.
Logan’s St. Thomas Aquinas Catholic Church is celebrating its 75th anniversary with a Mass and reception in April 2017. A Newman Club reunion will be held on April 29, 2017. Those involved request the help of the USU Alumni community to locate members of the Newman Club for the upcoming reunion.
Aggie football is coming to you
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Our Aggies are everywhere! And this football season, so is the Alumni Relations team. Did you know that the Alumni Association hosts a pre-game event at EACH of our away games? The remaining home games are:

  • Colorado State on 10/8
  • Wyoming on 11/5
  • Nevada on 11/19
  • BYU on 11/26

Each event is only $15 per person, so come out and show us our True Blooded Aggies from Utah. You’ll find more events—for home and away—on the Upcoming Events calendar here:

In case you missed it
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On September 1, Blakeway Panoramas shot this incredible picture of USU Aggies in the new Maverik Stadium. The photo is available to purchase online with proceeds going to support USU student scholarships and programs.