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CHaSS Road Trip to Lehi


Want to learn about different career paths your CHaSS degree can open for you? Approaching graduation and unsure where to try your next steps? You’ve got the knowledge and the skills to thrive in any industry; meet our alumni and visit their workplaces to get tips on how! On Friday, March 31st, join us for a day trip to Lehi for lunch and two alumni-hosted company visits at Weave Communications (Rachael Fresh, Communication Studies 2018) and Visa International (Kevin White, Journalism & Spanish 1991). Road Trips are free and open to all undergraduate and graduate CHaSS students—email brittney.allen@usu.edu to reserve your spot today!

All Day |

Huntsman Business Ambassador Applications DEADLINE

Date/Deadline | Student Recruiting

Huntsman Business Ambassador applications are now being accepted and you are invited to apply! Applications will be accepted from now until March 31.

Huntsman Ambassadors help recruit students, give tours, and engage guests in fun and exciting conversations. In addition, they travel to high schools, community colleges, and other two-year institutions to recruit high-achieving students.

Participants in the program are exemplary students at the Jon M. Huntsman School of Business. They must maintain good standing with grades, engage with faculty and staff, and participate actively in school functions. Through the ambassadors, the school can display its best qualities and opportunities available to students. As such, members of the program need to preserve a positive public image.

If you are interested in representing the Huntsman School of Business, apply via our website.

Go Aggies!

8:00 am - 4:00 pm | Huntsman Hall |

Women's History Month Celebration

Special Event

USU Blanding Staff, Faculty, and Students are commemorating Women's History Month with a breakfast and speaker series.

8:55 am - 10:00 am | Utah State University Blanding Campus |

Career Trip


Join us for a career trip to visit OC Tanner and Goldman Sachs to learn about their businesses and career opportunities and meet their executive teams. Lunch and transportation will be provided. Limited spots available. Register to attend.

9:00 am - 3:00 pm | Huntsman Hall |

3rd Annual Indigenous Knowledge Symposium


The MESAS Indigenous Knowledge Symposium invites scholars to share their research, insights, and experiences working across various scientific disciplines. It is our hope that this annual symposium provides USU students, staff, faculty, and our larger community with an understanding of the critical role that Indigenous perspectives hold in the future of research and education.
This year we have invited three Indigenous scholars to share their knowledge.
Dr. Andrea Reid is an Assistant Professor of Indigenous Fisheries at The University of British Columbia. Dr. Melinda Adams is an Assistant Professor in Indigenous Studies and Geography & Atmospheric Sciences at the University of Kansas. Finally, Dr. Karlatta Chief is a professor of Environmental Science at the University of Arizona.

11:00 am - 1:00 pm | Online/Virtual |

Aviation Week Day 5 - Airport Open House


Come see our fixed-wing and rotary training fleets, tour our dispatch and operations center and training facilities at the Logan/Cache Airport

12:00 pm - 4:00 pm |

Women in Welding Workshop


NOTE: This workshop is now full. We will be offering more workshops soon!

Over the course of four sessions, participants will learn how to set up
a welder for GMAW/FCAW, apply basic troubleshooting techniques,
use basic shop tools and machinery, and will be introduced to
entry-level fabrication techniques. Students will complete a small
project by the end of the course to take home with them.
We are excited to educate and support women in the trades, and hope
you will join us for lots of fun and real-world learning!

3:00 pm - 5:00 pm |

LAEP Speaker Series: Anna Cawrse and Joshua Brooks


Leading with Landscape

Anna Cawrse and Josh Brooks will explore how leading with landscape lets Sasaki tackle some of the most complex and challenging urban design and landscape architecture projects across the world. By starting with environmental systems as the driving framework, they will explore the urban constraints at Denargo Market in Denver, CO; how to create a more ecologically resilient future for University Lakes in Baton Rouge, LA; how to transform abandoned infrastructure in Athens, Greece into Europe's largest urban waterfront park; and how research can help cities and parks tackle climate change.

3:30 pm - 4:30 pm | Fine Arts Visual |

The Art of Fashion


Visit NEHMA for The Art of Fashion! An exhibition of half-scale fashion created by USU students in the Advanced Clothing Studies: Pattern Making (FCSE 3040) taught by professor Melissa Clark. Each design was inspired by a work of art on view at NEHMA.

The opening reception will be held on March 31st from 5:00 - 6:30 PM at NEHMA.
The designs will available to view following the reception in the Object Study Center through the rest of the 2023 Spring Semester.

5:00 pm - 6:30 pm | Nora Eccles Harrison Museum of Art |

Dutch Oven Desserts & Games on the Quad

Student Activities

Join the Quinney College of Natural Resources for NR week to celebrate our college. We will have campfire-style Dutch oven desserts and lawn games. There will be prizes for game winners!

5:00 pm - 8:00 pm | Quad |

Women's History Month Gala


Join us in celebration of Women's History Month! This event will honor change makers at USU, recognize Triota Honor Society Inductees, and celebrate the 20-year anniversary of the Sexual Assault & Anti-Violence Information (SAAVI) Office. Dinner will be served, followed by an award ceremony. Formal attire is encouraged. This event is open to everyone, but an RSVP is required. We encourage you to reserve your spot before Friday, March 24th.

6:00 pm - 8:00 pm | TSC, Evan N. Stevenson Ballroom |

Sound Bath Yoga

Recreation | Diversity, equity, and Inclusion

Do you love Yoga or are you trying to get into Yoga. Do you not know what Sound bath is ? Sound bath is a full-body meditative experience where people lie down and listen to resonant sounds. It often involves singing bowls, which create an echoing sound that 'bathes' people. Come join us with a live band and relaxing yoga class March 31st.

7:00 pm - 8:00 pm | Aggie Recreation Center (ARC) |

Utah State Theatre: Staged Reading Series


Join us for two student-directed one-act plays combined into a single show.

This Is Not A Drill by Rachel Gilbert
Directed by Dylan Seeley - BFA Theatre Education Student
Hippos of the Eastern Enclosure by Jen Silverman
Directed by Hailey Haymond – BFA Scenic Design Student

7:30 pm - 9:00 pm | Chase Fine Arts Center, Black Box Theatre |



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