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Old Ephraim: 100 Years of Legend


USU Libraries is celebrating 100 years of Old Ephraim with a special exhibit inside the Merrill-Cazier Library atrium. See Old Ephraim's skull, the handwritten account of his murder and a taxidermy bear graciously loaned to the library through the Mason Wildlife Exhibit. This exhibit will be up through September 25.

All Day | USU Libraries |

Alumni Exhibition and Tiny Houses


The opening exhibition of the academic year features paintings and collages created by Art+Design alumni Holly Cobb and Michelle Montrose along with Tiny Houses created by students in the Interior Architecture and Design Program. The Tiny Houses assignment is a component of the Architectural Graphics and CADD courses, and the project outline is simple: design a small residence for two people, approximately 500 sqft per level. The residence must have more than one level, be built in Utah, and meet all residential building codes. The students create presentation drawings, a three-dimensional model, set of construction documents, and interior and exterior renderings of their custom design.

Free to all; everyone welcome.

9:00 am - 5:00 pm | Chase Fine Arts Center, Tippetts and Eccles Galleries |

Dippy: The World’s Oldest Celebrity at The Prehistoric Museum


Come down and explore our special exhibit, Dippy: The World’s Oldest Celebrity during USU Museum Week! This exhibit explores the cultural impact Andrew Carnegie’s Diplodocus skeleton had on a global scale. A complete media sensation, casts of this animal can be found in some of the preeminent museums across the world including the French National Museum of Natural History, the Zoological Museum of the Russian Academy of Sciences and the Carnegie Museum of Natural History in Pittsburgh. Walk through the bones of the last original cast of Dippy while learning about its impact on science in the media, animation, and even world peace.

Admission to the Prehistoric Museum is always free for USU students, staff and faculty

All Day |

Open Tours at the Mason Wildlife Exhibit

Arts/Entertainment | USU Museum Week

Explore the Beauty of Nature at the Mason Wildlife Exhibit! Join us this Wednesday, September 13th, from 11:00 AM to 3:00 PM for a self-guided tour into the world of wildlife and natural wonders. Where: Mason Wildlife Exhibit When: Wednesday, September 13th Time: 11:00 AM - 3:00 PM Get ready to: Marvel at the intricate art of wildlife taxidermy Dive into the fascinating world of dendrochronology (tree-ring dating) Learn to identify enchanting waterfowl species Admire unique and stunning art pieces inspired by nature Whether you're a nature enthusiast, an art lover, or simply curious about the world around us, this event has something for everyone. Bring your friends, family, and anyone who shares your love for our planet's incredible biodiversity. Don't miss this chance to connect with the beauty of our natural world and deepen your understanding of the wildlife that surrounds us. See you at the Mason Wildlife Exhibit on Wednesday, September 13th, between 11:00 AM and 3:00 PM. Let's celebrate nature together!

11:00 am - 3:00 pm | Quinney Library |

QCNR Fall Seminar Series: Breaking the Binary


Breaking the Binary: Incorporating Diversity and Inclusion in Natural Resources. Presented by Brenda McComb, Professor Emerita, Oregon State University and Dianna Fisher, Education Coordinator, Tallwood Design Institute, Oregon State University. Perspectives on: The problem with boxes: LGBTQ+ examples, Social justice and social pressure, Visibility in academics, Advancing representation in NR

4:00 pm - 5:00 pm | Life Sciences Building |

The Mountain Meadows Massacre and Its Aftermath: New Interpretations


Lecture by Richard E. Turley Jr. and Barbara Jones Brown, authors of "Vengeance is Mine: The Mountain Meadows Massacre and Its Aftermath." Free and open to the public. Live or via webinar. Zoom link: https://usu-edu.zoom.us/j/89708593408?pwd=U2NUSENVbVFyWjloQzZ3Q1dTR1BVQT09

6:30 pm - 7:30 pm |




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