Upcoming Events

01
Mar

Latinx Art Exhibition

Exhibition

This exhibition is curated by Álvaro Ibarra, assistant professor of art history at Utah State University. The exhibition features local and regional artists working in an array of media and dynamic styles.

Latinx is an emergent term Latin Americans and Americans of Latin American descent use to self-identify. Latinx embraces diversity in race, gender, sexuality, and creed. Latinx labors toward achieving equity for all, including those that don’t self-identify as Latinx.

Latinx artists draw on visual traditions found in Latin American art. Latinx artists communicate the American experience. Their art engages issues like marginalization, migration, exploitation, exclusion, discrimination, and alienation. And everyone living in the Western Hemisphere shares varying aspects of this American experience.

8:00 am - 9:00 pm |
01
Mar

HACKUSU 2024

Conference/Seminar

Be part of an exhilarating 24-hour Hackathon, where college students and high school seniors alike can showcase their coding prowess, hardware wizardry, or business acumen while competing against other dynamic teams. Beyond the competition, immerse yourself in a world of knowledge with our diverse range of workshops and tech talks, covering a spectrum of captivating topics. Forge invaluable connections through networking with industry experts, sponsors, and potential employers, gaining insights and exploring exciting career prospects. And of course, fuel your creativity with a delectable dinner on Friday, along with breakfast, lunch, and dinner on Saturday, supplemented by an array of snacks to keep your energy soaring throughout this unforgettable event. Join us for a 24-hour journey of innovation, learning, and connection - don't miss this opportunity to elevate your skills and make lasting memories!

8:00 am - 10:00 am | Huntsman Hall |
01
Mar

Tanner Symposium on Women & America's Vietnam War

Panel Discussion/Presentation

The United States formally ended its participation in what it called the Vietnam War fifty years ago. Many are still living with the legacies of this conflict, and one of the populations deeply affected by this devastating event were the women of many backgrounds who served militarily, had loved ones go to war, tended those affected by their direct participation in the war, protested its impact, or otherwise attempted to make sense of the war’s complex experiences and legacies. In connection with USU’s ongoing Bringing War Home Project that is collecting objects and stories from veterans and military families about modern war, we invite students, scholars, creative artists, and community members to share perspectives, especially from local history, in order to open conversations about the experiences of women who participated on multiple sides and sites of this conflict. We encourage interdisciplinary submissions from history, anthropology, material culture studies, archival studies, communications, literature, and the creative arts. This will be a live event, but there will be options for virtual participation for those who cannot attend in person.

9:00 am - 6:30 pm | Eccles Conference Center |
01
Mar

Tanner Symposium Women and America's Vietnam War

Conference/Seminar

The United States formally ended its participation in what it called the Vietnam War fifty years ago. Many are still living with the legacies of this conflict, and one of the populations deeply affected by this devastating event were the women of many backgrounds who served militarily, had loved ones go to war, tended to those affected by their direct participation in the war, protested its impact, or otherwise attempted to make sense of the war’s complex experiences and legacies. In connection with USU’s ongoing Bringing War Home Project that is collecting objects and stories from veterans and military families about modern war, we invite students, scholars, creative artists, and community members to share perspectives, especially from local history, in order to open conversations about the experiences of women who participated on multiple sides and sites of this conflict. We encourage interdisciplinary submissions from history, anthropology, material culture studies, archival studies, communications, literature, and the creative arts. This will be a live event, but there will be options for virtual participation for those who cannot attend in person.

All Day | Eccles Conference Center |
01
Mar

Paper & Clay National Juried Exhibition

Exhibition

The Department of Art + Design in conjunction with the Caine College of the Arts at Utah State University is sponsoring a national juried exhibition for current BFA & MFA students. Ceramics and Printmaking works are on display.

9:00 am - 5:00 pm | Tippetts & Eccles Art Galleries |
01
Mar

"Road Trip" Gallery East Art Exhibit

Arts/Entertainment

Photographs by Dave Hanson, a local businessman and award-winning artist, will be on exhibit at Gallery East during the month of February. The exhibit, entitled “Road Trip,” will be on view from February 2nd – March 1st in the Central Instruction Building (CIB) on the campus of Utah State University Eastern.

9:00 am - 5:00 pm | Utah State University Eastern Campus |
01
Mar

Finance Career Trip to SLC

Social/Networking

Join the Finance Club on a career trip to Salt Lake City, Utah! We will be visiting Renaissance Financial, Wells Fargo, and Goldman Sachs to learn more about the companies and what it is like to work there.

We will have a meeting prior to the trip to discuss travel arrangements and the schedule for the day.

9:00 am - 2:30 pm |
01
Mar

Intramural Season 2 Registration Open

Recreation

Registration for season 2 of Intramurals is open and runs until March 18th. This season we will be offering softball, kickball, and futsal. Grab your intramural membership online or at the ARC and register for leagues on the Fusion Play app. Have questions or need help? Email intramurals@usu.edu.

All Day | Aggie Recreation Center (ARC) |
01
Mar

Business Senator Debate

Panel Discussion/Presentation

Every year the students of the Huntsman School of Business will vote to elect a new Business Senator. We're holding a Senator Debate to hear the platforms from the candidates for the 2024-2025 academic year.

11:00 am - 12:00 pm | Huntsman Hall |
01
Mar

A Conversation with Jann Haworth

Arts/Entertainment | Affiliated Events

Eccles Business Building, Room 215 Come listen to artist Jann Haworth discuss her art in the exhibition "Women’s Work: New Additions to the NEHMA Collection" along with curator Danielle Stewart.

11:30 am - 12:30 pm | Utah State University Logan Campus |
01
Mar

Baseball vs. Utah State University Logan - Club

Sports

Baseball vs. Utah State University Logan - Club

12:00 pm - 4:00 pm |
01
Mar

Softball vs Snow College

Sports

Softball vs Snow College

1:00 pm - 5:00 pm |
01
Mar

Exploring the Intersection of Rurality and Disability

Meeting | Diversity, equity, and Inclusion

Registration link: https://bit.ly/muldinetutah_march2024cop Utah's Multicultural Disability Network hosts monthly Community of Practice Meetings for Direct Service Providers and other professionals who work with multicultural people with disabilities. This meeting's topic covers the intersectionality of living in rural places with disabilities. Our presenter will be Rhiana Medina, Executive Director of Moab Valley Multicultural Center.

1:30 pm - 2:30 pm |
01
Mar

Aggiepella Pops Concert

Arts/Entertainment

Come enjoy our mid semester concert at the TSC Hub Stage! We have a delightful selection of Pop songs and love ballads in the a capella style.

7:00 pm - 8:00 pm | TSC, HUB |
01
Mar

World Music Therapy Day

Arts/Entertainment

Description TBA

7:00 pm - 9:00 pm | Russell/Wanlass Performance Hall |
01
Mar

UST Floyd Collins

Arts/Entertainment

This haunting musical, featuring a glorious folk and bluegrass-inspired score, tells the transcendent tale of a true American dreamer. In 1925, while chasing fame and fortune by turning a Kentucky cave into a tourist attraction, Floyd Collins himself becomes the attraction when he is trapped 200 feet underground.

7:30 pm - 9:30 pm | Chase Fine Arts Center, Morgan Theatre |
01
Mar

"Something Rotten" Theater Production

Arts/Entertainment

Zany fun popular musical about creating the first musical in Shakespeare's era.

7:30 pm - 10:00 pm | Utah State University Eastern Campus |
01
Mar

Aggies Men's Basketball vs Air Force Academy

Sports

Utah State Men's Basketball hosts Air Force on Friday, March 1st at 9:00 p.m.

9:00 pm - 11:30 pm | Dee Glen Smith Spectrum |
02
Mar

Beginner Backcountry Ski Tour

Recreation

Come grab some backcountry turns with us! We will venture into the Bear River backcountry to seek out snow that you can't get to on a ski lift. Learn some of the basics of backcountry travel and safety. No backcountry experience is required but you must be comfortable riding double blue to black diamond resort terrain. Participants must be prepared for strenuous hiking. Backcountry touring skis or splitboard with skins are required and available to rent for an additional $10+tax for trip participants. NO SNOWSHOES. Trip cost includes transportation, avalanche beacon, shovel, probe and student leadership.

7:00 am - 3:00 pm |
02
Mar

Latinx Art Exhibition

Exhibition

This exhibition is curated by Álvaro Ibarra, assistant professor of art history at Utah State University. The exhibition features local and regional artists working in an array of media and dynamic styles.

Latinx is an emergent term Latin Americans and Americans of Latin American descent use to self-identify. Latinx embraces diversity in race, gender, sexuality, and creed. Latinx labors toward achieving equity for all, including those that don’t self-identify as Latinx.

Latinx artists draw on visual traditions found in Latin American art. Latinx artists communicate the American experience. Their art engages issues like marginalization, migration, exploitation, exclusion, discrimination, and alienation. And everyone living in the Western Hemisphere shares varying aspects of this American experience.

8:00 am - 9:00 pm |
02
Mar

Global Day of Unplugging at NEHMA

Arts/Entertainment

Join people from all across the globe in unplugging! NEHMA is one of many sponsored activities for people to spend time away from screens. Come to NEHMA and enjoy a guided activity and quality time with family or friends. Free and welcome to all!

All Day | Nora Eccles Harrison Museum of Art |
02
Mar

Unplug at NEHMA

Arts/Entertainment

Global Day of Unplugging started as a reminder to our communities to unplug from technology and reconnect with each other. Come spend the day at NEHMA with a scavenger hunt, prize raffle, and for quality time. Free and welcome to everyone!

10:00 am - 6:00 pm | Nora Eccles Harrison Museum of Art |
02
Mar

Intramural Season 2 Registration Open

Recreation

Registration for season 2 of Intramurals is open and runs until March 18th. This season we will be offering softball, kickball, and futsal. Grab your intramural membership online or at the ARC and register for leagues on the Fusion Play app. Have questions or need help? Email intramurals@usu.edu.

All Day | Aggie Recreation Center (ARC) |
02
Mar

Family First Saturday: Agriculture

Cultural

Come learn how and where we get our food through family centered activities!

10:00 am - 2:00 pm | Museum of Anthropology |
02
Mar

3v3 Basketball Tournament Fundraiser

Recreation

Join Utah State University Campus Recreation and Outdoor Programs for our 3v3 Basketball Tournament Fundraiser. It'll be on March 2nd from 10am-2pm on the North Court in the Aggie Recreation Center. There will be 3 divisions including co-ed, women's, and men's, and is open to students and community members. Registration costs $10 if you register before Feb. 25 and then will be $15 after. All funds will go towards the spring Nepal Trekking and Water Service Trip put on through Outdoor Programs and Youthlinc.

10:00 am - 2:00 pm | Aggie Recreation Center (ARC) |
02
Mar

3v3 Basketball Tournament Fundraiser

Recreation

Join Campus Recreation and Outdoor Programs for our 3v3 Basketball Tournament Fundraiser. It'll be on March 2nd from 10am-2pm on the North Court in the ARC. There will be 3 divisions including co-ed, women's, and men's, and is open to students and community members. Registration costs $10 if you register before Feb. 25 and then will be $15 after. All funds will go towards the spring Nepal Trekking and Water Service Trip put on through Outdoor Programs and Youthlinc.

10:00 am - 2:00 pm | Aggie Recreation Center (ARC) |
02
Mar

Baseball vs. Utah State University Logan - Club

Sports

Baseball vs. Utah State University Logan - Club

11:00 am - 3:00 pm |
02
Mar

Softball vs. Snow College

Sports

Softball vs. Snow College

12:00 pm - 4:00 pm |
02
Mar

Fiesta Americas

Arts/Entertainment | Diversity, equity, and Inclusion

Join us for the "Fiestas America Event," a celebration of Latin American culture and traditions. Experience the diverse cultures of Latin America through music, dance, art, and more. Learn about the customs and traditions of various Latin American countries while having fun with interactive activities, enjoying delicious food, and making lasting memories with your friends and family. We can't wait to see you there! Pre-event from 5:30 to 6:45 Main event from 7:00 p.m. to 10:00 p.m.

5:30 pm - 10:00 pm | TSC, Evan N. Stevenson Ballroom |
02
Mar

Crossroads Community Celebration

Special Event

Join us for a community celebration for the whole family as we close the Crossroads exhibit. There will be music, food trucks, indoor bounce house, and games.

6:00 pm - 8:00 pm | Utah State University Eastern Campus |
02
Mar

"Something Rotten" Theater Production

Arts/Entertainment

Zany fun popular musical about creating the first musical in Shakespeare's era.

7:30 pm - 10:00 pm | Utah State University Eastern Campus |
02
Mar

UST Floyd Collins

Arts/Entertainment

This haunting musical, featuring a glorious folk and bluegrass-inspired score, tells the transcendent tale of a true American dreamer. In 1925, while chasing fame and fortune by turning a Kentucky cave into a tourist attraction, Floyd Collins himself becomes the attraction when he is trapped 200 feet underground.

7:30 pm - 9:30 pm | Chase Fine Arts Center, Morgan Theatre |
03
Mar

Latinx Art Exhibition

Exhibition

This exhibition is curated by Álvaro Ibarra, assistant professor of art history at Utah State University. The exhibition features local and regional artists working in an array of media and dynamic styles.

Latinx is an emergent term Latin Americans and Americans of Latin American descent use to self-identify. Latinx embraces diversity in race, gender, sexuality, and creed. Latinx labors toward achieving equity for all, including those that don’t self-identify as Latinx.

Latinx artists draw on visual traditions found in Latin American art. Latinx artists communicate the American experience. Their art engages issues like marginalization, migration, exploitation, exclusion, discrimination, and alienation. And everyone living in the Western Hemisphere shares varying aspects of this American experience.

8:00 am - 9:00 pm |
03
Mar

Intramural Season 2 Registration Open

Recreation

Registration for season 2 of Intramurals is open and runs until March 18th. This season we will be offering softball, kickball, and futsal. Grab your intramural membership online or at the ARC and register for leagues on the Fusion Play app. Have questions or need help? Email intramurals@usu.edu.

All Day | Aggie Recreation Center (ARC) |
04
Mar

Latinx Art Exhibition

Exhibition

This exhibition is curated by Álvaro Ibarra, assistant professor of art history at Utah State University. The exhibition features local and regional artists working in an array of media and dynamic styles.

Latinx is an emergent term Latin Americans and Americans of Latin American descent use to self-identify. Latinx embraces diversity in race, gender, sexuality, and creed. Latinx labors toward achieving equity for all, including those that don’t self-identify as Latinx.

Latinx artists draw on visual traditions found in Latin American art. Latinx artists communicate the American experience. Their art engages issues like marginalization, migration, exploitation, exclusion, discrimination, and alienation. And everyone living in the Western Hemisphere shares varying aspects of this American experience.

8:00 am - 9:00 pm |
04
Mar

Intramural Season 2 Registration Open

Recreation

Registration for season 2 of Intramurals is open and runs until March 18th. This season we will be offering softball, kickball, and futsal. Grab your intramural membership online or at the ARC and register for leagues on the Fusion Play app. Have questions or need help? Email intramurals@usu.edu.

All Day | Aggie Recreation Center (ARC) |
04
Mar

Faculty Senate

Meeting

Monthly Faculty Senate Meeting

3:00 pm - 4:30 pm | USU Libraries |
04
Mar

CIDI Workshop - Advanced Lecture Recording: Real-time Audio/Video Mixing with OBS Studio

Workshop/Training

Learn to actively switch from camera to desktop (or both) as you record your lecture from your home or office. Incorporate motion graphics and more without a lot of post-production editing. This workshop focuses on using Open Broadcaster Software (OBS Studio), a free program for video recording and live streaming, create more professional lectures.

3:30 pm - 4:30 pm | Online/Virtual |
04
Mar

Big 3 Challenge

Recreation

Will you join the 250, 500, 750, 1000, or 1200lb club? Our fitness staff records your max bench press, squat, and deadlift. Based on your total of all 3, you join the 250, 500, 750, 1000, or 1200lb club! And get a t-shirt to prove it. The Big 3 Challenge will run for two weeks from Feb. 27-29 and March 4-7 in the Fieldhouse. Open lift will be offered each day from 6:00pm to 8:00pm where fitness staff members will be available to sign participants in, spot, and judge lifts. Each participant should warm-up on their own time and will let a fitness staff member know when they are ready to max on whichever lift. Three (3) attempts will be given to each individual for their maximum squat, deadlift, and bench. Any attempt spotted or watched by a fitness staff member will count whether it is a completed or failed lift. Lifts will be recorded immediately after each attempt. Lift attempts may be completed in any order, on any day of the challenge. Lifts may not be completed outside of the ‘open lift’ times. Upon completion of the challenge, participants will ‘sign out’ and provide a shirt size for whichever ‘club’ their 3 lifts total to. 3 lifts, 3 attempts, t-shirt guaranteed!

6:00 pm - 8:00 pm | Nelson Field House |
05
Mar

Latinx Art Exhibition

Exhibition

This exhibition is curated by Álvaro Ibarra, assistant professor of art history at Utah State University. The exhibition features local and regional artists working in an array of media and dynamic styles.

Latinx is an emergent term Latin Americans and Americans of Latin American descent use to self-identify. Latinx embraces diversity in race, gender, sexuality, and creed. Latinx labors toward achieving equity for all, including those that don’t self-identify as Latinx.

Latinx artists draw on visual traditions found in Latin American art. Latinx artists communicate the American experience. Their art engages issues like marginalization, migration, exploitation, exclusion, discrimination, and alienation. And everyone living in the Western Hemisphere shares varying aspects of this American experience.

8:00 am - 9:00 pm |
05
Mar

CIDI Workshop - Building Interactive Learning Activities with Atomic Assessments

Workshop/Training

Atomic Assessments provide 65 question types with multiple delivery and feedback options. They can be embedded nearly anywhere in Canvas, for practice or for points. Options abound for math and science. See how to create the interactive lessons you've longed to provide your students.

9:00 am - 10:00 am | Online/Virtual |
05
Mar

Front & Center Webinar "Processes for Incoming Students"

Workshop/Training

Let’s prepare to welcome our Fall 2024 incoming new and transfer students! This session will provide updates on orientation, first semester registration, and follow-up advising processes.

10:00 am - 11:00 am | Online/Virtual |
05
Mar

Intramural Season 2 Registration Open

Recreation

Registration for season 2 of Intramurals is open and runs until March 18th. This season we will be offering softball, kickball, and futsal. Grab your intramural membership online or at the ARC and register for leagues on the Fusion Play app. Have questions or need help? Email intramurals@usu.edu.

All Day | Aggie Recreation Center (ARC) |
05
Mar

Vision Boards with Aggie First Scholars

Arts/Entertainment

Class registration is right around the corner! Join Aggie First Scholars and self-identified first-generation student advisors with an afternoon of vision board creation. We will chat about next semester hopes and answer any questions you might have about making an appointment with your advisor.

11:00 am - 1:00 pm | TSC, Sunburst Lounge |
05
Mar

Lunch & Learn - The Importance of Connection: Addressing Loneliness and Isolation

Workshop/Training

USU Be Well and Aetna, USU's Employee Assistance Program present a lunch and learn on addressing the importance of connection in our lives. Humans are wired for social connection, but we have become more isolated over time. Social connection is essential to our overall health and well-being. Join us for this training where we will define loneliness, isolation and connection, discuss how connection helps our physical and mental health and review ways to increase interaction and connection with others *Presentation will not be recorded. Attendance and participation in this event will qualify as an activity for the Be Well Rewards program.*

12:00 pm - 1:00 pm | Online/Virtual |
05
Mar

Financial Planning and Advising Meet-The-Firms Event

Social/Networking

Networking event to connect students with companies in the financial services industry

1:00 pm - 3:00 pm | Huntsman Hall |
05
Mar

Big 3 Challenge

Recreation

Will you join the 250, 500, 750, 1000, or 1200lb club? Our fitness staff records your max bench press, squat, and deadlift. Based on your total of all 3, you join the 250, 500, 750, 1000, or 1200lb club! And get a t-shirt to prove it. The Big 3 Challenge will run for two weeks from Feb. 27-29 and March 4-7 in the Fieldhouse. Open lift will be offered each day from 6:00pm to 8:00pm where fitness staff members will be available to sign participants in, spot, and judge lifts. Each participant should warm-up on their own time and will let a fitness staff member know when they are ready to max on whichever lift. Three (3) attempts will be given to each individual for their maximum squat, deadlift, and bench. Any attempt spotted or watched by a fitness staff member will count whether it is a completed or failed lift. Lifts will be recorded immediately after each attempt. Lift attempts may be completed in any order, on any day of the challenge. Lifts may not be completed outside of the ‘open lift’ times. Upon completion of the challenge, participants will ‘sign out’ and provide a shirt size for whichever ‘club’ their 3 lifts total to. 3 lifts, 3 attempts, t-shirt guaranteed!

6:00 pm - 8:00 pm | Nelson Field House |
05
Mar

Music Honors Recital

Arts/Entertainment

A showcase of students in music who are pursuing Honors.

6:00 pm - 9:00 pm | Family Life Building |
05
Mar

Utah State Women's Basketball vs UNLV

Sports

Utah State Women's Basketball vs UNLV
Ticket Link:
https://utahstateaggies.evenue.net/cgi-bin/ncommerce3/SEGetEventInfo?ticketCode=GS%3AUSU%3AW23%3AW16%3A&linkID=usu&shopperContext=&pc=&caller=&appCode=&groupCode=WBSG&cgc=&dataAccId=266&locale=en_US&siteId=ev_usu

6:00 pm - 8:00 pm | Dee Glen Smith Spectrum |
05
Mar

"Something Rotten" Theater Production

Arts/Entertainment

Zany fun popular musical about creating the first musical in Shakespeare's era

7:30 pm - 10:00 pm | Utah State University Eastern Campus |
05
Mar

Kayak Roll Sessions

Recreation

We'll be hosting free kayak roll sessions every Tuesday at 8pm in the small HPER Pools until April. No registration, show up and learn!

8:00 pm - 9:00 pm | HPER Building |
06
Mar

Latinx Art Exhibition

Exhibition

This exhibition is curated by Álvaro Ibarra, assistant professor of art history at Utah State University. The exhibition features local and regional artists working in an array of media and dynamic styles.

Latinx is an emergent term Latin Americans and Americans of Latin American descent use to self-identify. Latinx embraces diversity in race, gender, sexuality, and creed. Latinx labors toward achieving equity for all, including those that don’t self-identify as Latinx.

Latinx artists draw on visual traditions found in Latin American art. Latinx artists communicate the American experience. Their art engages issues like marginalization, migration, exploitation, exclusion, discrimination, and alienation. And everyone living in the Western Hemisphere shares varying aspects of this American experience.

8:00 am - 9:00 pm |
06
Mar

Guitar, Bass and Drums Festival: Bass Masterclass with Brandon Rose

Arts/Entertainment

The USU Guitar, Bass and Drums Festival is an annual event that features some of the top guitar, bass, and drum musicians in the country. This year’s festival will feature the Dan Wilson Trio with Dan Wilson (guitar), Brandon Rose (bass), and David Throckmorton (drums).

9:00 am - 10:30 am |
06
Mar

USU Spring 2024 Career and Internship Fair

Social/Networking | Career Fair

Why do you need to attend this job fair? Career fairs are the primary stage for students to actually get a job. This event is geared toward all students interested in pursuing a career in any field. Register early and let the employers know you are coming. They are excited to meet our amazing Aggie students. Register early and take a look at our growing list of employers that will be attending and ready to hire our students. Come interview-ready with your resume for possible on-the-spot interview or call-back. Maybe you are not actively searching right now. Our career fairs provide the perfect opportunity to network and interact with various experienced professionals from several different industries. Come learn from them. Find out what employers are looking for. Find out what new skills you want and need to keep up with industry trends. Learn more about yourself. Don’t wait until the last minute to think about your future. Start preparing now, your future career could be found at this fair.

10:00 am - 1:30 pm | TSC, International Lounge |
06
Mar

Intramural Season 2 Registration Open

Recreation

Registration for season 2 of Intramurals is open and runs until March 18th. This season we will be offering softball, kickball, and futsal. Grab your intramural membership online or at the ARC and register for leagues on the Fusion Play app. Have questions or need help? Email intramurals@usu.edu.

All Day | Aggie Recreation Center (ARC) |
06
Mar

Guitar, Bass and Drums Festival: Drums Masterclass with David Throckmorton

Arts/Entertainment

The USU Guitar, Bass and Drums Festival is an annual event that features some of the top guitar, bass, and drum musicians in the country. This
year’s festival will feature the Dan Wilson Trio with Dan Wilson (guitar), Brandon Rose (bass), and David Throckmorton (drums).

10:30 am - 11:30 am |
06
Mar

Finding a Job: Start to Finish

Workshop/Training

Join us for a workshop focused on helping engineering students navigate the job/internship process. Learn resume writing, networking, applying, and interviewing skills to kickstart your career journey effectively.

11:30 am - 12:30 pm | Engineering Building |
06
Mar

Guitar, Bass and Drums Festival: Guitar Masterclass with Dan Wilson

Arts/Entertainment

The USU Guitar, Bass and Drums Festival is an annual event that features some of the top guitar, bass, and drum musicians in the country. This
year’s festival will feature the Dan Wilson Trio with Dan Wilson (guitar), Brandon Rose (bass), and David Throckmorton (drums).

1:30 pm - 2:30 pm | Russell/Wanlass Performance Hall |
06
Mar

Guitar, Bass and Drums Festival: Guest Artist Panel Discussion

Arts/Entertainment

The USU Guitar, Bass and Drums Festival is an annual event that features some of the top guitar, bass, and drum musicians in the country. This
year’s festival will feature the Dan Wilson Trio with Dan Wilson (guitar), Brandon Rose (bass), and David Throckmorton (drums).

3:00 pm - 4:00 pm | Russell/Wanlass Performance Hall |
06
Mar

Concurrent Enrollment Workshop

Workshop/Training | Info Session

This workshop was designed to provide our CE Instructors with insights into what USU resources are available, how they fit into USU's goal of teaching excellence, and building community. During this event, instructors will learn about general education assessments, Canvas basics, and departmental resources.

3:00 pm - 5:30 pm | Online/Virtual |
06
Mar

Naval Nuclear Lab Info Session

Information/Orientation

The Naval Nuclear Laboratory is the U.S. Navy's trusted partner for superior propulsion technology, design, testing, and support. Come learn more about job and internship opportunities that support the world's best navy!

Pizza will be served!!

3:30 pm - 4:30 pm | Engineering Building |
06
Mar

Cooking Demo

Student Activities

These cooking demos are run by senior dietetics students. There are free food samples for the first 20 students. Topics for the cooking demos will rotate so come prepared to learn something new each demo!

3:30 pm - 4:30 pm | Aggie Recreation Center (ARC) |
06
Mar

Empowering Students for Financial Success

Workshop/Training | Diversity, equity, and Inclusion

Join us for a workshop on essential money management skills designed to equip students with the knowledge and confidence needed to navigate their financial journey.

3:30 pm - 4:30 pm | Taggart Student Center |
06
Mar

Olsen Lecture: Tracking Wildfire Smoke

Lecture/Readings

Colorado State University chemist Delphine Farmer presents "Wildfire Smoke: Tracking an Atmospheric Villain through Air, Leaves and Homes" Wed, March 6, at 4 pm in ESLC 046, as featured speaker for the USU Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry's 2024 Olsen Lecture. All are welcome

4:00 pm - 5:00 pm | Eccles Science Learning Center |
06
Mar

ECE Grad School Discussion Q/A

Panel Discussion/Presentation

Xiang Ma, a 5th year Ph.D. student in the ECE program will be talking about graduate school for our IEEE club general meeting. Anyone interested is welcome to come listen and ask him questions. This will be held in the snack shack (ENLAB 108) at 5:30.

5:30 pm - 6:00 pm | Engineering Laboratory |
06
Mar

Student Support Webinar - Counseling & Psychological Services/Office of Equity/SAAVI (Relationship Wellness)

Information/Orientation

Come learn about the wonderful services available through Counseling and Psychological Services and what the Office of Equity and SAVVI Office can offer to you as a USU student.

5:30 pm - 6:30 pm | Online/Virtual |
06
Mar

Big 3 Challenge

Recreation

Will you join the 250, 500, 750, 1000, or 1200lb club? Our fitness staff records your max bench press, squat, and deadlift. Based on your total of all 3, you join the 250, 500, 750, 1000, or 1200lb club! And get a t-shirt to prove it. The Big 3 Challenge will run for two weeks from Feb. 27-29 and March 4-7 in the Fieldhouse. Open lift will be offered each day from 6:00pm to 8:00pm where fitness staff members will be available to sign participants in, spot, and judge lifts. Each participant should warm-up on their own time and will let a fitness staff member know when they are ready to max on whichever lift. Three (3) attempts will be given to each individual for their maximum squat, deadlift, and bench. Any attempt spotted or watched by a fitness staff member will count whether it is a completed or failed lift. Lifts will be recorded immediately after each attempt. Lift attempts may be completed in any order, on any day of the challenge. Lifts may not be completed outside of the ‘open lift’ times. Upon completion of the challenge, participants will ‘sign out’ and provide a shirt size for whichever ‘club’ their 3 lifts total to. 3 lifts, 3 attempts, t-shirt guaranteed!

6:00 pm - 8:00 pm | Nelson Field House |
06
Mar

Big Blue's Birthday Bash

Student Activities

Come celebrate Big Blue's 35th birthday with raffle prizes, 360 photo booth. llimited edition merch, coloring pages, Aggie Ice Cream, and a Dirty 30 dance!

7:00 pm - 8:00 pm | TSC, International Lounge |
06
Mar

"Something Rotten" Theater Production

Arts/Entertainment

Zany fun popular musical about creating the first musical in Shakespeare's era

7:30 pm - 10:00 pm | Utah State University Eastern Campus |
06
Mar

Guitar, Bass and Drums Festival: Dan Wilson Trio Performance

Arts/Entertainment

The USU Guitar, Bass and Drums Festival is an annual event that features some of the top guitar, bass, and drum musicians in the country. This year’s festival will feature the Dan Wilson Trio with Dan Wilson (guitar), Brandon Rose (bass), and David Throckmorton (drums).

FOR TICKETS, click the link below under "Website."

7:30 pm - 9:30 pm | Russell/Wanlass Performance Hall |
07
Mar

Latinx Art Exhibition

Exhibition

This exhibition is curated by Álvaro Ibarra, assistant professor of art history at Utah State University. The exhibition features local and regional artists working in an array of media and dynamic styles.

Latinx is an emergent term Latin Americans and Americans of Latin American descent use to self-identify. Latinx embraces diversity in race, gender, sexuality, and creed. Latinx labors toward achieving equity for all, including those that don’t self-identify as Latinx.

Latinx artists draw on visual traditions found in Latin American art. Latinx artists communicate the American experience. Their art engages issues like marginalization, migration, exploitation, exclusion, discrimination, and alienation. And everyone living in the Western Hemisphere shares varying aspects of this American experience.

8:00 am - 9:00 pm |
07
Mar

USU and You with Dr. Amanda Katz

Arts/Entertainment

Tune into USU and You this week as we sit down with USU Uintah Basin Assistant Professor of History, Dr. Amanda Katz.

9:00 am - 9:30 am |
07
Mar

CIDI Workshop - Enhance your Canvas Course with Design Plus

Workshop/Training

USU Design Tools is now Design Plus. This new version of the popular formatting tools for Canvas makes it easy to add a consistent look and feel to your course and enhance the visual appeal of the homepage, content pages, and assignments. You can improve the look of tables, add borders to pictures, insert dividing lines on pages, and much more!

9:00 am - 10:00 am | Online/Virtual |
07
Mar

Intramural Season 2 Registration Open

Recreation

Registration for season 2 of Intramurals is open and runs until March 18th. This season we will be offering softball, kickball, and futsal. Grab your intramural membership online or at the ARC and register for leagues on the Fusion Play app. Have questions or need help? Email intramurals@usu.edu.

All Day | Aggie Recreation Center (ARC) |
07
Mar

Mini Makers: Toddler Art Exploration Program

Arts/Entertainment | Affiliated Events

Caregivers and toddlers ages 2-5 experience art through singing, playing, moving, and making. The program is free, but prior registration on our website is required.

11:00 am - 11:45 am | Nora Eccles Harrison Museum of Art |
07
Mar

Curricular Decisions to Engage Underrepresented Students

Workshop/Training | Sparkshops

Do you want to support underrepresented students but don’t know how to transform the curriculum you teach? Join us for this Sparkshop to learn several ways to think about your curriculum, no matter your discipline, and ways to support underrepresented students. Come with some challenges you’ve faced in your teaching, and we’ll brainstorm how you can support underrepresented students through curricular decision making.

1:00 pm - 1:45 pm | Online/Virtual |
07
Mar

Aetna Webinar – Are You Ready: Emergency Preparedness

Workshop/Training

Even in our high-tech, internet-connected world, there are times when natural or man-made disasters can happen without warning. But that doesn’t mean you can’t be ready. Emergency preparedness is all about taking steps to take care of yourself and your loved ones in case of disaster or unexpected events. Join this webinar to learn the basics of preparedness.

1:00 pm - 2:00 pm | Online/Virtual |
07
Mar

Curriculum Subcommittee

Meeting

The Curriculum Subcommittee formulates recommendations on curricular matters, such as course changes

2:00 pm - 3:00 pm | Old Main |
07
Mar

Educational Policies Committee

Meeting

The major function of this committee is to serve as the Senate committee on educational policy, including programa discontinuance for academic reasons. In addition to conducting studies and making recommendations as specifically instructed by the Senate, the committee itself may initiate such activities.

3:00 pm - 4:00 pm | Old Main |
07
Mar

USU Society of Women Engineers General Meeting and Committee Meeting

Student Activities | Diversity, equity, and Inclusion

Join USU SWE for our Bi-Monthly Meetings! Throughout the semester you will have the opportunity to meet your fellow engineers, hear from guest speakers, and learn more about opportunities within engineering! Additionally, students will have the opportunity to meet with their committees within SWE. All are welcome to attend.

4:00 pm - 5:00 pm | Engineering Building |
07
Mar

WATS Spring Seminar | A tale of two salinities and their implications for resource management

Conference/Seminar

Christine Rumsey is a hydrologist with the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) Utah Water Science Center in Salt Lake City, Utah. Since joining the USGS in 2014, she has worked on projects in the Upper Colorado River Basin related to groundwater-discharge to streams, salinity transport, trends assessments, and trend attribution. Her other main area of focus is Great Salt Lake, where she’s involved with building understanding of water quality, nutrient cycling, and changing salinity.

4:30 pm - 5:30 pm | Natural Resources Building |
07
Mar

Latinx Art Exhibition Reception

Exhibition | Diversity, equity, and Inclusion

This exhibition is curated by Álvaro Ibarra, assistant professor of art history at Utah State University. The exhibition features local and regional artists working in an array of media and dynamic styles.

Latinx is an emergent term Latin Americans and Americans of Latin American descent use to self-identify. Latinx embraces diversity in race, gender, sexuality, and creed. Latinx labors toward achieving equity for all, including those that don’t self-identify as Latinx

Come and enjoy food and drink! Meet the artists! Learn about Latinx!

5:30 pm - 8:00 pm |
07
Mar

Founders Day and Old Main Society Celebration

Ceremony/Awards/Celebration

Celebrate Utah State University's 136th anniversity of it's founding, welcome new Old Main Society members, and honor outstanding Aggies. Registration required. More information to come.

5:30 pm - 8:30 pm | Taggart Student Center |
07
Mar

Big 3 Challenge

Recreation

Will you join the 250, 500, 750, 1000, or 1200lb club? Our fitness staff records your max bench press, squat, and deadlift. Based on your total of all 3, you join the 250, 500, 750, 1000, or 1200lb club! And get a t-shirt to prove it. The Big 3 Challenge will run for two weeks from Feb. 27-29 and March 4-7 in the Fieldhouse. Open lift will be offered each day from 6:00pm to 8:00pm where fitness staff members will be available to sign participants in, spot, and judge lifts. Each participant should warm-up on their own time and will let a fitness staff member know when they are ready to max on whichever lift. Three (3) attempts will be given to each individual for their maximum squat, deadlift, and bench. Any attempt spotted or watched by a fitness staff member will count whether it is a completed or failed lift. Lifts will be recorded immediately after each attempt. Lift attempts may be completed in any order, on any day of the challenge. Lifts may not be completed outside of the ‘open lift’ times. Upon completion of the challenge, participants will ‘sign out’ and provide a shirt size for whichever ‘club’ their 3 lifts total to. 3 lifts, 3 attempts, t-shirt guaranteed!

6:00 pm - 8:00 pm | Nelson Field House |
07
Mar

Weber County 4-H Gunners Club (4-H Shooting Sports)

Workshop/Training | Utah 4-H and Youth

Club focus is on -.22 rifle education. Register on ZSuite.

6:00 pm - 8:30 pm |
07
Mar

UST The Boy At The Edge of Everything

Arts/Entertainment

In the middle of his over-scheduled 12-and-a-bit-year-old life, Simon Ives dreams of a place where he can just stop and be. Meanwhile, at the farthest point in the universe, The Boy at the Edge of Everything lives by himself, lonely and bored. When Simon is rocketed into space (through an unlikely series of events involving ‘lots and lots of fireworks’), their worlds collide and neither will ever be the same.

7:00 pm - 9:00 pm | Chase Fine Arts Center, Black Box Theatre |
07
Mar

Rock, Paper, PAINT NIGHT!

Student Activities

Rock… Paper… PAINT NIGHT! Enjoy a chill night of painting mini canvases and rocks to destress after midterms! Taking place on Thursday, March 7th, 7:00-9:00 in the TSC Hub, grab a treat, and relax as you paint next to a theoretical babbling brook.

7:00 pm - 9:00 pm | TSC, HUB |
07
Mar

Rock, Paper, PAINT NIGHT!

Student Activities

Rock… Paper… PAINT NIGHT! Enjoy a chill night of painting mini canvases and rocks to destress after midterms! Taking place on Thursday, March 7th, 7:00-9:00 in the TSC Hub, grab a treat, and relax as you paint next to a theoretical babbling brook.

7:00 pm - 9:00 pm | TSC, HUB |
07
Mar

"Something Rotten" Theater Production

Arts/Entertainment

Zany fun popular musical about creating the first musical in Shakespeare's era

7:30 pm - 10:00 pm | Utah State University Eastern Campus |
07
Mar

Campbell Organ Festival

Arts/Entertainment

The 2024 Campbell Organ Festival will feature Dr. Daniel Kerr as our guest artist. Dr. Kerr will present a one-hour solo organ recital on the Holtkamp Organ in the Daines Concert Hall. This event is FREE OF CHARGE and open to the public!

7:30 pm - 8:30 pm | Chase Fine Arts Center, Daines Concert Hall |
08
Mar

Latinx Art Exhibition

Exhibition

This exhibition is curated by Álvaro Ibarra, assistant professor of art history at Utah State University. The exhibition features local and regional artists working in an array of media and dynamic styles.

Latinx is an emergent term Latin Americans and Americans of Latin American descent use to self-identify. Latinx embraces diversity in race, gender, sexuality, and creed. Latinx labors toward achieving equity for all, including those that don’t self-identify as Latinx.

Latinx artists draw on visual traditions found in Latin American art. Latinx artists communicate the American experience. Their art engages issues like marginalization, migration, exploitation, exclusion, discrimination, and alienation. And everyone living in the Western Hemisphere shares varying aspects of this American experience.

8:00 am - 9:00 pm |
08
Mar

CIDI Workshop - Improving Online Discussions

Workshop/Training

Help your online students get to know each other and interact with you better. Connect your students to each other through thoughtfully designed discussion boards, peer reviews, and group projects. Use techniques to speed up your feedback process when grading.

9:00 am - 10:00 am | Online/Virtual |
08
Mar

Intramural Season 2 Registration Open

Recreation

Registration for season 2 of Intramurals is open and runs until March 18th. This season we will be offering softball, kickball, and futsal. Grab your intramural membership online or at the ARC and register for leagues on the Fusion Play app. Have questions or need help? Email intramurals@usu.edu.

All Day | Aggie Recreation Center (ARC) |
08
Mar

Baseball vs. Colorado Northwestern Community College

Sports

Baseball vs. Colorado Northwestern Community College

12:00 pm - 4:00 pm |
08
Mar

Softball vs Colorado Northwestern Community College

Sports

Softball vs Colorado Northwestern Community College

1:00 pm - 5:00 pm |
08
Mar

UST The Boy At The Edge of Everything

Arts/Entertainment

In the middle of his over-scheduled 12-and-a-bit-year-old life, Simon Ives dreams of a place where he can just stop and be. Meanwhile, at the farthest point in the universe, The Boy at the Edge of Everything lives by himself, lonely and bored. When Simon is rocketed into space (through an unlikely series of events involving ‘lots and lots of fireworks’), their worlds collide and neither will ever be the same.

7:00 pm - 9:00 pm | Chase Fine Arts Center, Black Box Theatre |
08
Mar

"Something Rotten" Theater Production

Arts/Entertainment

Zany fun popular musical about creating the first musical in Shakespeare's era

7:30 pm - 10:00 pm | Utah State University Eastern Campus |
09
Mar

Latinx Art Exhibition

Exhibition

This exhibition is curated by Álvaro Ibarra, assistant professor of art history at Utah State University. The exhibition features local and regional artists working in an array of media and dynamic styles.

Latinx is an emergent term Latin Americans and Americans of Latin American descent use to self-identify. Latinx embraces diversity in race, gender, sexuality, and creed. Latinx labors toward achieving equity for all, including those that don’t self-identify as Latinx.

Latinx artists draw on visual traditions found in Latin American art. Latinx artists communicate the American experience. Their art engages issues like marginalization, migration, exploitation, exclusion, discrimination, and alienation. And everyone living in the Western Hemisphere shares varying aspects of this American experience.

8:00 am - 9:00 pm |
09
Mar

Spring Break Blind Hollow Yurt Backcountry Ski Trip

Recreation

We are heading up to the Blind Hollow yurt spend a long weekend enjoying the Bear River backcountry. We will explore some of the fantastic riding terrain around Blind Hollow and spend the evenings around the fire in the comforts of the OP's Mongolian-Style yurt. Some backcountry experience is recommended and participants must be expert/advanced riders (able to comfortably ride black diamond western resort terrain). Participants must be in good physical condition and prepared for strenuous uphill hiking. Winter backcountry travel equipment(Alpine Touring, Telemark, Splitboard) are required and available to rent from the OP for a nominal fee. NO SNOWSHOES.

All Day |
09
Mar

Intramural Season 2 Registration Open

Recreation

Registration for season 2 of Intramurals is open and runs until March 18th. This season we will be offering softball, kickball, and futsal. Grab your intramural membership online or at the ARC and register for leagues on the Fusion Play app. Have questions or need help? Email intramurals@usu.edu.

All Day | Aggie Recreation Center (ARC) |
09
Mar

Baseball vs. Colorado Northwestern Community College

Sports

Baseball vs. Colorado Northwestern Community College

11:00 am - 3:00 pm |
09
Mar

UST The Boy At The Edge of Everything

Arts/Entertainment

In the middle of his over-scheduled 12-and-a-bit-year-old life, Simon Ives dreams of a place where he can just stop and be. Meanwhile, at the farthest point in the universe, The Boy at the Edge of Everything lives by himself, lonely and bored. When Simon is rocketed into space (through an unlikely series of events involving ‘lots and lots of fireworks’), their worlds collide and neither will ever be the same.

1:00 pm - 3:00 pm | Chase Fine Arts Center, Black Box Theatre |
09
Mar

Weber County 4-H FCS Bowl Contest

Workshop/Training | Utah 4-H and Youth

FAMILY CONSUMER SCIENCE BOWL FCS Bowl is a knowledge bowl team competition that tests your knowledge of all aspects of Family Consumer Science. This is a super fun contest. Adults are welcome to join to see what the contest is all about.

1:00 pm - 3:00 pm |
09
Mar

Aggies Men's Basketball vs New Mexico

Sports

Utah State Men's Basketball takes on New Mexico on Saturday, March 9th at 6:30 p.m.

6:30 pm - 8:30 pm | Dee Glen Smith Spectrum |
09
Mar

"Something Rotten" Theater Production

Arts/Entertainment

Zany fun popular musical about creating the first musical in Shakespeare's era

7:30 pm - 10:00 pm | Utah State University Eastern Campus |
10
Mar

Latinx Art Exhibition

Exhibition

This exhibition is curated by Álvaro Ibarra, assistant professor of art history at Utah State University. The exhibition features local and regional artists working in an array of media and dynamic styles.

Latinx is an emergent term Latin Americans and Americans of Latin American descent use to self-identify. Latinx embraces diversity in race, gender, sexuality, and creed. Latinx labors toward achieving equity for all, including those that don’t self-identify as Latinx.

Latinx artists draw on visual traditions found in Latin American art. Latinx artists communicate the American experience. Their art engages issues like marginalization, migration, exploitation, exclusion, discrimination, and alienation. And everyone living in the Western Hemisphere shares varying aspects of this American experience.

8:00 am - 9:00 pm |
10
Mar

Spring Break Blind Hollow Yurt Backcountry Ski Trip

Recreation

We are heading up to the Blind Hollow yurt spend a long weekend enjoying the Bear River backcountry. We will explore some of the fantastic riding terrain around Blind Hollow and spend the evenings around the fire in the comforts of the OP's Mongolian-Style yurt. Some backcountry experience is recommended and participants must be expert/advanced riders (able to comfortably ride black diamond western resort terrain). Participants must be in good physical condition and prepared for strenuous uphill hiking. Winter backcountry travel equipment(Alpine Touring, Telemark, Splitboard) are required and available to rent from the OP for a nominal fee. NO SNOWSHOES.

All Day |
10
Mar

Intramural Season 2 Registration Open

Recreation

Registration for season 2 of Intramurals is open and runs until March 18th. This season we will be offering softball, kickball, and futsal. Grab your intramural membership online or at the ARC and register for leagues on the Fusion Play app. Have questions or need help? Email intramurals@usu.edu.

All Day | Aggie Recreation Center (ARC) |
11
Mar

Latinx Art Exhibition

Exhibition

This exhibition is curated by Álvaro Ibarra, assistant professor of art history at Utah State University. The exhibition features local and regional artists working in an array of media and dynamic styles.

Latinx is an emergent term Latin Americans and Americans of Latin American descent use to self-identify. Latinx embraces diversity in race, gender, sexuality, and creed. Latinx labors toward achieving equity for all, including those that don’t self-identify as Latinx.

Latinx artists draw on visual traditions found in Latin American art. Latinx artists communicate the American experience. Their art engages issues like marginalization, migration, exploitation, exclusion, discrimination, and alienation. And everyone living in the Western Hemisphere shares varying aspects of this American experience.

8:00 am - 9:00 pm |
11
Mar

Spring Break Blind Hollow Yurt Backcountry Ski Trip

Recreation

We are heading up to the Blind Hollow yurt spend a long weekend enjoying the Bear River backcountry. We will explore some of the fantastic riding terrain around Blind Hollow and spend the evenings around the fire in the comforts of the OP's Mongolian-Style yurt. Some backcountry experience is recommended and participants must be expert/advanced riders (able to comfortably ride black diamond western resort terrain). Participants must be in good physical condition and prepared for strenuous uphill hiking. Winter backcountry travel equipment(Alpine Touring, Telemark, Splitboard) are required and available to rent from the OP for a nominal fee. NO SNOWSHOES.

All Day |
11
Mar

Spring Break

Academic Calendar | Spring Semester

No classes.

From 3/11 , All Day to 3/15 , All Day | Utah State University |
11
Mar

Intramural Season 2 Registration Open

Recreation

Registration for season 2 of Intramurals is open and runs until March 18th. This season we will be offering softball, kickball, and futsal. Grab your intramural membership online or at the ARC and register for leagues on the Fusion Play app. Have questions or need help? Email intramurals@usu.edu.

All Day | Aggie Recreation Center (ARC) |
11
Mar

Positive Discipline in Parenting

Meeting

This course provides tools and techniques for parents. They are meant to improve skills and empower unique families to be their best.

6:00 pm - 8:00 pm |
11
Mar

Weber County 4-H Horse Quiz Bowl Contests

Workshop/Training | Utah 4-H and Youth

Youth will compete face-to-face in a game style competition

7:00 pm - 8:00 pm |
12
Mar

Spring Break Blind Hollow Yurt Backcountry Ski Trip

Recreation

We are heading up to the Blind Hollow yurt spend a long weekend enjoying the Bear River backcountry. We will explore some of the fantastic riding terrain around Blind Hollow and spend the evenings around the fire in the comforts of the OP's Mongolian-Style yurt. Some backcountry experience is recommended and participants must be expert/advanced riders (able to comfortably ride black diamond western resort terrain). Participants must be in good physical condition and prepared for strenuous uphill hiking. Winter backcountry travel equipment(Alpine Touring, Telemark, Splitboard) are required and available to rent from the OP for a nominal fee. NO SNOWSHOES.

All Day |
12
Mar

Latinx Art Exhibition

Exhibition

This exhibition is curated by Álvaro Ibarra, assistant professor of art history at Utah State University. The exhibition features local and regional artists working in an array of media and dynamic styles.

Latinx is an emergent term Latin Americans and Americans of Latin American descent use to self-identify. Latinx embraces diversity in race, gender, sexuality, and creed. Latinx labors toward achieving equity for all, including those that don’t self-identify as Latinx.

Latinx artists draw on visual traditions found in Latin American art. Latinx artists communicate the American experience. Their art engages issues like marginalization, migration, exploitation, exclusion, discrimination, and alienation. And everyone living in the Western Hemisphere shares varying aspects of this American experience.

8:00 am - 9:00 pm |
12
Mar

Intramural Season 2 Registration Open

Recreation

Registration for season 2 of Intramurals is open and runs until March 18th. This season we will be offering softball, kickball, and futsal. Grab your intramural membership online or at the ARC and register for leagues on the Fusion Play app. Have questions or need help? Email intramurals@usu.edu.

All Day | Aggie Recreation Center (ARC) |
12
Mar

Springboard to Action! Building a Better Syllabus

Workshop/Training

The Springboard to Action! Series events are yearly workshops sponsored by Empowering Teaching Excellence in the Office of the Provost. These workshops are designed for USU instructors to dedicate the day and implement a practice in their teaching that they had been planning on doing. Each Springboard workshop has a different theme. This year's Springboard to Action Series event is on building a better syllabus starting from picking your IDEA objectives to unmasking the hidden syllabus. Participants will be presented with several short ignition ideas by facilitators, participate in breakouts, evaluate and make changes to their syllabus, and receive feedback from their group and designated facilitator.

10:00 am - 3:00 pm | Life Sciences Building |
12
Mar

SEA Staff Elevated Conference

Conference/Seminar

A professional and personal development conference for all USU Staff. There will be many opportunities to learn, plus keynote speakers and food.

All Day | Utah State University Logan Campus |
12
Mar

Aetna Webinar – Bullying in the Workplace

Workshop/Training

Aetna, USU’s Employee Assistance Provider, presents a Resources for Living webinar. Are you being bullied at work? Or witnessing bullying in your workplace? Join this webinar to learn: • The definition of workplace bullying • Statistics around workplace bullying • Types of workplace bullying and the impacts of it • Signs someone could be a target of bullying • What to do if someone is being bullied at work

1:00 pm - 2:00 pm | Online/Virtual |
12
Mar

USU Uintah Basin Speaker Series: Dr. Amanda Katz

Special Event

Join us for the Uintah Basin Speaker Series - for March we will be hearing from Assistant Professor of History, Dr. Amanda Katz.

7:00 pm - 8:00 pm |
12
Mar

Uintah Basin Speaker Series - Robin McClellan

Arts/Entertainment

Join us for the Uintah Basin Speaker Series as we hear from Robin McClellan on How Art and Culture Creates Strong Communities and Innovative Thinkers.

7:00 pm - 8:00 pm |
12
Mar

Kayak Roll Sessions

Recreation

We'll be hosting free kayak roll sessions every Tuesday at 8pm in the small HPER Pools until April. No registration, show up and learn!

8:00 pm - 9:00 pm | HPER Building |
13
Mar

Latinx Art Exhibition

Exhibition

This exhibition is curated by Álvaro Ibarra, assistant professor of art history at Utah State University. The exhibition features local and regional artists working in an array of media and dynamic styles.

Latinx is an emergent term Latin Americans and Americans of Latin American descent use to self-identify. Latinx embraces diversity in race, gender, sexuality, and creed. Latinx labors toward achieving equity for all, including those that don’t self-identify as Latinx.

Latinx artists draw on visual traditions found in Latin American art. Latinx artists communicate the American experience. Their art engages issues like marginalization, migration, exploitation, exclusion, discrimination, and alienation. And everyone living in the Western Hemisphere shares varying aspects of this American experience.

8:00 am - 9:00 pm |
13
Mar

Intramural Season 2 Registration Open

Recreation

Registration for season 2 of Intramurals is open and runs until March 18th. This season we will be offering softball, kickball, and futsal. Grab your intramural membership online or at the ARC and register for leagues on the Fusion Play app. Have questions or need help? Email intramurals@usu.edu.

All Day | Aggie Recreation Center (ARC) |
13
Mar

Positive Discipline in Parenting (Class 2)

Meeting | Home, Family, and Food

Stay the course! Continue learning all the important research-based techniques, and decide what works best for your family.

6:00 pm - 8:00 pm |
14
Mar

Latinx Art Exhibition

Exhibition

This exhibition is curated by Álvaro Ibarra, assistant professor of art history at Utah State University. The exhibition features local and regional artists working in an array of media and dynamic styles.

Latinx is an emergent term Latin Americans and Americans of Latin American descent use to self-identify. Latinx embraces diversity in race, gender, sexuality, and creed. Latinx labors toward achieving equity for all, including those that don’t self-identify as Latinx.

Latinx artists draw on visual traditions found in Latin American art. Latinx artists communicate the American experience. Their art engages issues like marginalization, migration, exploitation, exclusion, discrimination, and alienation. And everyone living in the Western Hemisphere shares varying aspects of this American experience.

8:00 am - 9:00 pm |
14
Mar

USU and You with Becca Summers

Arts/Entertainment

Tune in to USU and You this week as we sit down with Becca Summers of Small Town Comeback.

9:00 am - 9:30 am |
14
Mar

USU and You: Lesha Coltharp

Arts/Entertainment

Tune in this week as we chat with Uintah County Tourism Director, Lesha Coltharp.

From 3/14 at 9:00 am to 3/15 at 9:30 am |
14
Mar

Spring Break Moab Rock Climbing Trip

Recreation

We are heading down south near Moab to spend a long weekend rock climbing the beautiful sandstone desert walls. At night we will relax at the campground and enjoy the evenings by the fire. Trip cost includes sales tax, food, transportation, climbing equipment, sleeping bag, sleeping pad, tent and student leadership.

All Day |
14
Mar

Spring Break Moab Mountain Biking Trip

Recreation

We are heading down south to hike and bike the world renown desert red rock in the Moab area. We will spend the weekend exploring some of the amazing mountain biking trails while camping near Moab. Participants must be in good physical condition and prepared for moderate to strenuous biking in a desert environment. No prior experience necessary, beginners are most welcome. Participants are encouraged to bring their own mountain bike (in good working condition) or a rental is available from the OP for no additional cost. Sizes and quantities are limited. Trip cost includes sales tax, mountain bike (if needed), food, transportation, sleeping bag, sleeping pad, tent and student leadership.

All Day |
14
Mar

Intramural Season 2 Registration Open

Recreation

Registration for season 2 of Intramurals is open and runs until March 18th. This season we will be offering softball, kickball, and futsal. Grab your intramural membership online or at the ARC and register for leagues on the Fusion Play app. Have questions or need help? Email intramurals@usu.edu.

All Day | Aggie Recreation Center (ARC) |
14
Mar

Mini Makers: Toddler Art Exploration Program

Arts/Entertainment | Affiliated Events

Caregivers and toddlers ages 2-5 experience art through singing, playing, moving, and making. The program is free, but prior registration on our website is required.

11:00 am - 11:45 am | Nora Eccles Harrison Museum of Art |
14
Mar

CEHS Mental Health Webinar Series: Self-Compassion

Workshop/Training

We are often our own worst enemies and our harshest critics. Join for a discussion on Dr. Kristen Neff's work to help explore and expand your sense of self-compassion.

12:30 pm - 1:30 pm | Online/Virtual |
14
Mar

Weber County 4-H Gunners Club (4-H Shooting Sports)

Workshop/Training | Utah 4-H and Youth

Club focus is on -.22 rifle education. Register on ZSuite.

6:00 pm - 8:30 pm |
14
Mar

Info Night at USU Salt Lake

Information/Orientation

Discover Your Future at USU Salt Lake! Join us to get a taste of the incredible opportunities available to you at USU Salt Lake. In addition to sampling Aggie life, swing by for: - Free Food - Free Aggie Ice Cream - Free USU Swag! You’ll also be able to meet our local staff, including representatives who can answer any questions you may have about applying or transferring, plus scholarships, financial aid, student support services, and more.
Register now at http://aggie.link/SL_Register.

6:00 pm - 7:30 pm |
14
Mar

March Lecture Series: The Bugs of Box Elder County

Lecture/Readings

Come join us for our USU Brigham March Lecture Series: The Bugs of Box Elder County with Guest Speaker Theresa Zmola, Entomologist. The community is welcome to attend in-person or view the series online via Zoom at aggie.link/BC_Zoom.

7:00 pm - 8:00 pm |
14
Mar

Top Rope Nights at the Climbing Wall

Recreation

Join us at the Climbing Wall at the Aggie Recreation Center for our Top Rope Nights every 2nd and 4th Thursday of the month. This free event is set to take place from 7 to 9 pm, offering a unique and exhilarating experience for climbers of all levels. Indulge in the excitement of scaling vertical walls, all while securely fastened to a top rope for a safe and enjoyable climbing session. Our skilled instructors will be on hand to provide guidance and encouragement, ensuring that both seasoned climbers and first-timers can make the most of the experience.

7:00 pm - 9:00 pm | Aggie Recreation Center (ARC) |
15
Mar

Latinx Art Exhibition

Exhibition

This exhibition is curated by Álvaro Ibarra, assistant professor of art history at Utah State University. The exhibition features local and regional artists working in an array of media and dynamic styles.

Latinx is an emergent term Latin Americans and Americans of Latin American descent use to self-identify. Latinx embraces diversity in race, gender, sexuality, and creed. Latinx labors toward achieving equity for all, including those that don’t self-identify as Latinx.

Latinx artists draw on visual traditions found in Latin American art. Latinx artists communicate the American experience. Their art engages issues like marginalization, migration, exploitation, exclusion, discrimination, and alienation. And everyone living in the Western Hemisphere shares varying aspects of this American experience.

8:00 am - 9:00 pm |
15
Mar

Spring Break Moab Mountain Biking Trip

Recreation

We are heading down south to hike and bike the world renown desert red rock in the Moab area. We will spend the weekend exploring some of the amazing mountain biking trails while camping near Moab. Participants must be in good physical condition and prepared for moderate to strenuous biking in a desert environment. No prior experience necessary, beginners are most welcome. Participants are encouraged to bring their own mountain bike (in good working condition) or a rental is available from the OP for no additional cost. Sizes and quantities are limited. Trip cost includes sales tax, mountain bike (if needed), food, transportation, sleeping bag, sleeping pad, tent and student leadership.

All Day |
15
Mar

Spring Break Moab Rock Climbing Trip

Recreation

We are heading down south near Moab to spend a long weekend rock climbing the beautiful sandstone desert walls. At night we will relax at the campground and enjoy the evenings by the fire. Trip cost includes sales tax, food, transportation, climbing equipment, sleeping bag, sleeping pad, tent and student leadership.

All Day |
15
Mar

Intramural Season 2 Registration Open

Recreation

Registration for season 2 of Intramurals is open and runs until March 18th. This season we will be offering softball, kickball, and futsal. Grab your intramural membership online or at the ARC and register for leagues on the Fusion Play app. Have questions or need help? Email intramurals@usu.edu.

All Day | Aggie Recreation Center (ARC) |
15
Mar

Baseball vs. Salt Lake Community College

Sports

Baseball vs. Salt Lake Community College

12:00 pm - 4:00 pm |
15
Mar

Organ Area Student Recital

Arts/Entertainment

Details TBA

7:30 pm - 9:00 pm | Chase Fine Arts Center, Daines Concert Hall |
16
Mar

Spring Break Moab Rock Climbing Trip

Recreation

We are heading down south near Moab to spend a long weekend rock climbing the beautiful sandstone desert walls. At night we will relax at the campground and enjoy the evenings by the fire. Trip cost includes sales tax, food, transportation, climbing equipment, sleeping bag, sleeping pad, tent and student leadership.

All Day |
16
Mar

Spring Break Moab Mountain Biking Trip

Recreation

We are heading down south to hike and bike the world renown desert red rock in the Moab area. We will spend the weekend exploring some of the amazing mountain biking trails while camping near Moab. Participants must be in good physical condition and prepared for moderate to strenuous biking in a desert environment. No prior experience necessary, beginners are most welcome. Participants are encouraged to bring their own mountain bike (in good working condition) or a rental is available from the OP for no additional cost. Sizes and quantities are limited. Trip cost includes sales tax, mountain bike (if needed), food, transportation, sleeping bag, sleeping pad, tent and student leadership.

All Day |
16
Mar

Intramural Season 2 Registration Open

Recreation

Registration for season 2 of Intramurals is open and runs until March 18th. This season we will be offering softball, kickball, and futsal. Grab your intramural membership online or at the ARC and register for leagues on the Fusion Play app. Have questions or need help? Email intramurals@usu.edu.

All Day | Aggie Recreation Center (ARC) |
16
Mar

Baseball vs Salt Lake Community College

Sports

Baseball vs Salt Lake Community College

11:00 am - 3:00 pm |
17
Mar

Spring Break Moab Mountain Biking Trip

Recreation

We are heading down south to hike and bike the world renown desert red rock in the Moab area. We will spend the weekend exploring some of the amazing mountain biking trails while camping near Moab. Participants must be in good physical condition and prepared for moderate to strenuous biking in a desert environment. No prior experience necessary, beginners are most welcome. Participants are encouraged to bring their own mountain bike (in good working condition) or a rental is available from the OP for no additional cost. Sizes and quantities are limited. Trip cost includes sales tax, mountain bike (if needed), food, transportation, sleeping bag, sleeping pad, tent and student leadership.

All Day |
17
Mar

Spring Break Moab Rock Climbing Trip

Recreation

We are heading down south near Moab to spend a long weekend rock climbing the beautiful sandstone desert walls. At night we will relax at the campground and enjoy the evenings by the fire. Trip cost includes sales tax, food, transportation, climbing equipment, sleeping bag, sleeping pad, tent and student leadership.

All Day |
17
Mar

Intramural Season 2 Registration Open

Recreation

Registration for season 2 of Intramurals is open and runs until March 18th. This season we will be offering softball, kickball, and futsal. Grab your intramural membership online or at the ARC and register for leagues on the Fusion Play app. Have questions or need help? Email intramurals@usu.edu.

All Day | Aggie Recreation Center (ARC) |
18
Mar

Dressed in White

Exhibition

Prepare to step into the grand finale of a series of exquisite exhibitions as we present "Dressed in White," curated by the esteemed award-winning Nancy Hills.

This captivating showcase marks the culmination of Nancy's illustrious journey, which has seen numerous exhibitions and tours across the United States and England, guided by the insightful retired curator Althea MacKenzie. Styled after the opulence of the 18th century, this exhibition promises to be a fitting conclusion to Nancy's legacy of bringing historical fashion to life. Following in the footsteps of Janet Arnold to admiring styles-of-the-time garments in London, Nancy has meticulously crafted 35–40 dresses spanning from the 1700s to 1954. Among them, Mary Bufton's iconic wedding gown, gracing the cover of Nancy's forthcoming book, awaits to mesmerize audiences. Each dress, meticulously researched and recreated by Nancy (and her dedicated students under Nancy’s direction), serves as a testament to the enduring allure of fashion history.

Join us for this unforgettable journey through time, where Nancy's passion and expertise shine in every intricate detail of "Dressed in White."

Exhibition is FREE and open to the public! Exhibition times are 9 a.m.–5 p.m., Monday through Friday in the Tippetts & Eccles Galleries, March 18–27.

9:00 am - 5:00 pm | Tippetts & Eccles Art Galleries |
18
Mar

Intramural Season 2 Registration Open

Recreation

Registration for season 2 of Intramurals is open and runs until March 18th. This season we will be offering softball, kickball, and futsal. Grab your intramural membership online or at the ARC and register for leagues on the Fusion Play app. Have questions or need help? Email intramurals@usu.edu.

All Day | Aggie Recreation Center (ARC) |
18
Mar

Cup of Joe with Joe

Student Activities

Enjoy a cup of joe and/or hot chocolate with Joe Ward, the Dean for the College of Humanities and Social Sciences.

10:00 am - 12:00 pm | Old Main |
18
Mar

CIDI Workshop - Enhance your Canvas Course with Design Plus

Workshop/Training

USU Design Tools is now Design Plus. This new version of the popular formatting tools for Canvas makes it easy to add a consistent look and feel to your course and enhance the visual appeal of the homepage, content pages, and assignments. You can improve the look of tables, add borders to pictures, insert dividing lines on pages, and much more!

10:30 am - 11:30 am | Online/Virtual |
18
Mar

Office of the State Auditor Ice Cream Social

Social/Networking | Student Recruiting

Accounting Students!

Please join us for an ice cream social to learn about our Office and audits. RSVP on Handshake

3:00 pm - 4:00 pm | Huntsman Hall |
18
Mar

CIDI Workshop - Teaching Online Classes

Workshop/Training

Learn how to set up an online course in Canvas using a Canvas template. This workshop addresses the process of beginning with a course map, importing a Canvas template, and then developing and organizing course materials into modules.

3:30 pm - 4:30 pm | Online/Virtual |
18
Mar

Faculty Senate Executive Committee

Meeting

Monthly Faculty Senate Executive Committee Meeting

3:30 pm - 5:00 pm | Old Main |
18
Mar

MAE Spring 2024 Research Seminar Series

Conference/Seminar

Dr. Julie Crockett
Associate Professor in Mechanical Engineering
Brigham Young University
Internal Waves: Hidden Giants in the Ocean

3:30 pm - 4:30 pm | Engineering Building |
18
Mar

Maker's Loft Workshop: Mapping Your Personal Story Using ArcGIS StoryMaps

Workshop/Training

Join us in the Library & Learning Commons (LLC) classroom for a workshop demonstrating how you can use this free online tool to create visually-appealing digital stories and presentations.

5:00 pm - 6:00 pm | Utah State University Eastern Campus |
18
Mar

Positive Discipline in Parenting (Class 3)

Meeting | Home, Family, and Food

Build your parenting toolbox! Learn how to effectively use new strategies, and discover how our brains work.

6:00 pm - 8:00 pm |
18
Mar

Weber County 4-H Horse Quiz Bowl Contests

Workshop/Training | Utah 4-H and Youth

Youth will compete face-to-face in a game style competition

7:00 pm - 8:00 pm |
19
Mar

Dressed in White

Exhibition

Prepare to step into the grand finale of a series of exquisite exhibitions as we present "Dressed in White," curated by the esteemed award-winning Nancy Hills.

This captivating showcase marks the culmination of Nancy's illustrious journey, which has seen numerous exhibitions and tours across the United States and England, guided by the insightful retired curator Althea MacKenzie. Styled after the opulence of the 18th century, this exhibition promises to be a fitting conclusion to Nancy's legacy of bringing historical fashion to life. Following in the footsteps of Janet Arnold to admiring styles-of-the-time garments in London, Nancy has meticulously crafted 35–40 dresses spanning from the 1700s to 1954. Among them, Mary Bufton's iconic wedding gown, gracing the cover of Nancy's forthcoming book, awaits to mesmerize audiences. Each dress, meticulously researched and recreated by Nancy (and her dedicated students under Nancy’s direction), serves as a testament to the enduring allure of fashion history.

Join us for this unforgettable journey through time, where Nancy's passion and expertise shine in every intricate detail of "Dressed in White."

Exhibition is FREE and open to the public! Exhibition times are 9 a.m.–5 p.m., Monday through Friday in the Tippetts & Eccles Galleries, March 18–27.

9:00 am - 5:00 pm | Tippetts & Eccles Art Galleries |
19
Mar

LGBT+ Allies on Campus Training

Workshop/Training

In this fast pace two hour training, participants will learn about microaggressions, terminology, and key issues that impact the LGBT+ community. Participants will have the opportunity to sign an allies pledge and receive an ally sticker. Registration is required to receive the zoom link.

12:00 pm - 2:00 pm | Online/Virtual |
19
Mar

Pathway to Teaching: Come Explore a Graduate Teaching Certificate

Special Event

Are you thinking about teaching in higher education during your graduate journey or post-graduation? Come enjoy a light lunch with your fellow graduate students and learn how The Center for Empowering Teaching Excellence can help you prepare for that experience and add value to your CV through the explore badge/microcredential. Discover how this program, tailored to graduate students like you, can enhance your instructional abilities and prepare you for a rewarding career in academia. Your pathway to becoming an exceptional educator starts here!

12:30 pm - 1:20 pm | USU Libraries |
19
Mar

Correspondence Networks in Early Modern Europe: Jesuits in Action

Lecture/Readings

Before the development of regular modern postal systems (not to mention emails), letter-writing could be a precarious method of communication. There was plenty of opportunity for letters to get lost or intercepted or arrive too late and cause confusion, conflict, or misunderstanding. In the sixteenth century, the Society of Jesus, the largest of the Catholic religious orders, was already a worldwide organization operating in Europe, the Americas, Africa, and Asia. The global reach of the Society meant that it had to develop an efficient correspondence network, with its central hub in Rome. In this talk, Prof. Houliston will give examples from the exchange of letters between the superior general of the Society, Claudio Acquaviva, and the leader of the English Jesuits during the reign of Elizabeth I, Robert Persons.

3:00 pm - 4:30 pm | USU Libraries |
19
Mar

Career Decisions: Keeping Doors Open

Breakfast/Luncheon/Dinner

Join us for dinner and dialogue with Lieutenant Governor Deirdre Henderson and other top women executives as they discuss Career Decisions: Keeping Doors Open. Our goal is to show our students that there are many professional pathways that allow career, family, and personal interests to coexist. Join us as we learn how to make good career decisions from successful women leaders in Utah. Sponsored by Enterprise Mobility Inc. and WIBA. Dress Business Professional. Dinner & Raffle. Register to attend.

5:00 pm - 7:00 pm | Huntsman Hall |
19
Mar

Trivia Night

Student Activities

Test your knowledge at Trivia Night! Come with a team or join one when you arrive.

6:00 pm - 7:00 pm | TSC, HUB |
19
Mar

Surge for Fun!

Recreation

Join our instructor Sammi for a fun Surge class and bring a friend who might not have a Group Fitness pass to experience this fun class on March 19th from 6:30-7:15pm on the ARC North Court. Don't know what SURGE is? SURGE FIT is the energizing HIIT workout that will get you results fast! High-intensity cardio tracks that push fat-burning systems into high gear are intertwined with high-rep strength training tracks that shape and tone your body for maximum results. Event is free for all, register at recportal.usu.edu under fitness programs.

6:30 pm - 7:15 pm | Aggie Recreation Center (ARC) |
19
Mar

Uintah Basin Speaker Series: Dr. Amanda Katz

Special Event

Join us for March's Speaker Series featuring Dr. Amanda Katz, USU Assistant Professor of History. Dr. Katz will be presenting From Rail to Road: How Highways Won the West. Presentation will also stream LIVE on Aggiecast.

7:00 pm - 8:00 pm |
19
Mar

Piano Area Concert

Arts/Entertainment

Description TBA

7:30 pm - 9:30 pm | Russell/Wanlass Performance Hall |
19
Mar

Kayak Roll Sessions

Recreation

We'll be hosting free kayak roll sessions every Tuesday at 8pm in the small HPER Pools until April. No registration, show up and learn!

8:00 pm - 9:00 pm | HPER Building |
20
Mar

Uintah Basin Advisory Council Meeting

Meeting

The Uintah Basin Advisory Council will meet in Roosevelt.

8:00 am - 9:30 am |
20
Mar

Uintah Basin Advisory Council Meeting

Meeting

The Uintah Basin Advisory Council will meet in Roosevelt.

8:00 am - 9:30 am |
20
Mar

Dressed in White

Exhibition

Prepare to step into the grand finale of a series of exquisite exhibitions as we present "Dressed in White," curated by the esteemed award-winning Nancy Hills.

This captivating showcase marks the culmination of Nancy's illustrious journey, which has seen numerous exhibitions and tours across the United States and England, guided by the insightful retired curator Althea MacKenzie. Styled after the opulence of the 18th century, this exhibition promises to be a fitting conclusion to Nancy's legacy of bringing historical fashion to life. Following in the footsteps of Janet Arnold to admiring styles-of-the-time garments in London, Nancy has meticulously crafted 35–40 dresses spanning from the 1700s to 1954. Among them, Mary Bufton's iconic wedding gown, gracing the cover of Nancy's forthcoming book, awaits to mesmerize audiences. Each dress, meticulously researched and recreated by Nancy (and her dedicated students under Nancy’s direction), serves as a testament to the enduring allure of fashion history.

Join us for this unforgettable journey through time, where Nancy's passion and expertise shine in every intricate detail of "Dressed in White."

Exhibition is FREE and open to the public! Exhibition times are 9 a.m.–5 p.m., Monday through Friday in the Tippetts & Eccles Galleries, March 18–27.

9:00 am - 5:00 pm | Tippetts & Eccles Art Galleries |
20
Mar

Chic-Fil-A Sandwiches With SNAC

Information/Orientation

Get ready for a mid-week treat that'll make your taste buds sing! Join us this Wednesday, March 20th, from 12:00pm to 1:00pm for an exclusive Chick-fil-A lunch! Savor the flavor with a limited giveaway of 50 scrumptious sandwiches, brought to you in partnership with The SNAC Pantry. It's more than just a bite; it's a community gathering where joy and deliciousness meet. Don't miss out on your chance to indulge in a classic favorite! Make sure to RSVP on MyUSU to secure your spot. Remember, it's first come, first served – so mark your calendars, set your reminders, and let's make this a lunch to remember.

12:00 pm - 1:00 pm |
20
Mar

Faculty Showcase: Dr. Michael Bailey

Panel Discussion/Presentation

Dr. Michael Bailey will present for our March Faculty Showcase. Catered lunch served.

12:00 pm - 1:00 pm |
20
Mar

Free Lunch in VRO

Breakfast/Luncheon/Dinner

Free Lunch/Chic Fil-A catering for dependents and Veterans using GI Bill benefits.

12:00 pm - 1:00 pm | Taggart Student Center |
20
Mar

Soda with Soldiers

Student Activities

Did you know that CHaSS is home to military sciences at USU? Stop by for a soda and meet some students from the ROTC and AFROTC programs!

12:00 pm - 1:00 pm | TSC, Patio |
20
Mar

'Meet Who' with President Cantwell

Student Activities

Want to meet the USU president? Now is your chance! Enjoy a charcuterie board with President Cantwell at this Meet Who event!

1:00 pm - 3:00 pm |
20
Mar

CHASS Awards Ceremony

Student Activities

Learn about the great achievements of faculty, students, and alumni in the College of Humanities and Social Sciences!

3:00 pm - 5:00 pm | TSC, Evan N. Stevenson Ballroom |
20
Mar

Engineering College Seminar

Conference/Seminar

Dr. Lucy Zhang
Professor - Mechanical Aerospace & Nuclear Engineering
Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute
Program Director for NSF - Civil, Mechanical, and Manufacturing Innovation Division
Non-intrusive Coupling Strategies for Multiphysics Simulation & NSF Funding Opportunities for Mechanics Research Community

3:30 pm - 5:00 pm | Engineering Building |
20
Mar

Cooking Demo

Student Activities

These cooking demos are run by senior dietetics students. There are free food samples for the first 20 students. Topics for the cooking demos will rotate so come prepared to learn something new each demo!

3:30 pm - 4:30 pm | Aggie Recreation Center (ARC) |
20
Mar

HURD Day at the Ballpark

Student Activities

Kick off the softball season with HURD Day at the Ballpark. Enjoy ballpark food and yard games. Bring base balls and gloves!

4:00 pm - 6:00 pm |
20
Mar

History Club Movie Night: A League of Their Own

Student Activities

Join the History Club for a movie night watching "A League of Their Own," a 1992 American sports comedy drama film that tells a fictionalized account of the real-life All-American Girls Professional Baseball League. Join us for FREE PIZZA, a movie, and meet next year’s Phi Alpha Theta advisor, Dr. Mustafa Banister!

5:00 pm - 7:30 pm | Old Main |
20
Mar

Positive Discipline in Parenting (Class 4)

Meeting | Home, Family, and Food

Our final parenting class! You will have a summation of your new skills, and leave with a certification of completion. Don't miss out!!!

6:00 pm - 8:00 pm |
20
Mar

eSports RecKart Tournament

Student Activities

Join Campus Recreation for our eSports RecKart Tournament (yes, we know that's not the game's name, but if you catch our drift you know what game we're talking about - red shells, cars, and all that good stuff) All skill levels are welcome and encouraged to come play! It's free so why not come and have some fun challenging your friends or other participants. Winners receive an IM Champ shirt! The eSports Center is located in the old distribution center behind Maverick Stadium. Nintendo is not a sponsor of or affiliated with this tournament. Terms for participating in and viewing Community Tournaments using Nintendo Games: https://en-americas-support.nintendo.com/app/answers/detail/a_id/63454

6:00 pm - 8:00 pm |
20
Mar

Entrepreneur Leadership Series: Brent Brown

Panel Discussion/Presentation

Brent Brown was born in Newport Beach, California, and moved to Mapleton, Utah when he was six years old. He graduated from Brighton High School in 1977. Though he didn't attend college, Brent has been passionate about supporting education with significant contributions to UVU, Provo School District, and several other educational causes including his service on the Utah State Board of Regents.

Having spent his youth as a lead guitarist in a professional rock band, Brent opened for several large acts including ZZ Top, and doing a record. He then chose to serve a two-year mission in England for his church. Brent began his career in the auto dealership industry in 1984. By 1987, he was managing a group of auto dealerships and in 1992, became part owner of the Toyota dealership in Orem, Utah and ultimately became the sole owner of what is now known as Brent Brown Toyota in 1999.

The dealership was Utah's largest volume new car dealership in 2016, outselling every dealership of every brand. The dealership was also recognized in early 2017 for being the #1 Metro Toyota dealership in the United States in customer retention, Toyota's measure for loyal customers who purchase again and again from the same dealer. The dealership was also an eight-time winner of Toyota's prestigious President's Award, Toyota's highest recognition for a well-run, customer-focused dealership, and was voted "Utah County's Favorite New Car Dealer" in 2017 for the fourth year in a row by readers of Utah Valley Magazine.

6:00 pm - 7:00 pm | Eccles Conference Center Auditorium |
20
Mar

Jazz Combos

Arts/Entertainment

This concert will feature student jazz combos directed by USU professors and graduate assistants. Students will be performing classic tunes from the jazz tradition as well as contemporary tunes from today’s jazz masters.

7:30 pm - 9:30 pm | Russell/Wanlass Performance Hall |
21
Mar

AIS International Conference

Conference/Seminar

SCLC features noted speakers from industry leaders, executives, and fellow students. It promotes leading practices for organizing and successfully operating student chapters. The conference also provides professional networking to some of the nation’s leading MIS executives and their firms. The conference is designed to develop MIS student leaders and grow relationships that can be leveraged. There are also competitions during the conference, which gives students the opportunity to test their knowledge in real-life scenarios – and win cash!

From 3/21 at 8:00 am to 3/23 at 5:00 pm | Huntsman Hall |
21
Mar

CIDI Workshop - How to Quickly Create a Beautiful Canvas Course

Workshop/Training

Design Tools for Canvas allows you to rapidly stylize and build out your Canvas course, allowing you to focus more time on planning engaging content and learning activities in your course.

9:00 am - 10:00 am | Online/Virtual |
21
Mar

USU and You: Becca Summers

Arts/Entertainment

Tune in this week for the USU and You radio show. We will be chatting with Becca Summers of Smalltown Comeback.

9:00 am - 9:30 am |
21
Mar

Dressed in White

Exhibition

Prepare to step into the grand finale of a series of exquisite exhibitions as we present "Dressed in White," curated by the esteemed award-winning Nancy Hills.

This captivating showcase marks the culmination of Nancy's illustrious journey, which has seen numerous exhibitions and tours across the United States and England, guided by the insightful retired curator Althea MacKenzie. Styled after the opulence of the 18th century, this exhibition promises to be a fitting conclusion to Nancy's legacy of bringing historical fashion to life. Following in the footsteps of Janet Arnold to admiring styles-of-the-time garments in London, Nancy has meticulously crafted 35–40 dresses spanning from the 1700s to 1954. Among them, Mary Bufton's iconic wedding gown, gracing the cover of Nancy's forthcoming book, awaits to mesmerize audiences. Each dress, meticulously researched and recreated by Nancy (and her dedicated students under Nancy’s direction), serves as a testament to the enduring allure of fashion history.

Join us for this unforgettable journey through time, where Nancy's passion and expertise shine in every intricate detail of "Dressed in White."

Exhibition is FREE and open to the public! Exhibition times are 9 a.m.–5 p.m., Monday through Friday in the Tippetts & Eccles Galleries, March 18–27.

9:00 am - 5:00 pm | Tippetts & Eccles Art Galleries |
21
Mar

Swenson Visiting Writer

Lecture/Readings

Poet Tacey Atsitty will visit campus as the Swenson Visiting Writer in the Department of English. She will offer a craft class at 10:30 AM and a reading at 12:00 PM. Both events are free and open to the public.

10:30 am - 1:15 pm | USU Libraries |
21
Mar

CMSL: Viano Quartet Clinic

Arts/Entertainment

Praised for their "virtuosity, visceral expression, and rare unity of intention" (Boston Globe), the Viano Quartet are one of the most sought-after performing young ensembles. Lucy Wang, Violin Hao Zhou, Violin Aiden Kane, Viola Tate Zawadiuk, Cello

10:30 am - 12:30 pm | Russell/Wanlass Performance Hall |
21
Mar

Mini Makers

Arts/Entertainment

Join us at the Nora Eccles Harrison Museum of Art as we expand our Mini Makers class, a toddler art exploration experience. Caregivers and toddlers ages 2-5 experience art through singing, playing, moving, and making. The program is free, but prior registration is required.

11:00 am - 11:45 am | Nora Eccles Harrison Museum of Art |
21
Mar

The Science Behind the Art of Conversation — Blue Plate Research

Lecture/Readings

Conversations are integral to our daily lives, serving as the foundation for building and maintaining relationships, conducting work, raising children, accessing services, engaging in our communities, and more. While the act of having a conversation may seem straightforward, it involves a complex coordination of behaviors, requiring communication partners to make constant adaptations to understand one another and ensure a smooth interaction.

At the upcoming Blue Plate Research event, titled 'The Science Behind the Art of Conversation,' Dr. Stephanie Borrie will explore how successful conversations emerge from the collaborative efforts of those engaged in them. She will delve into her research into the impact of neurological conditions such as stroke, brain injury, and Parkinson’s disease on conversation, and will discuss strategies for how communication partners can work together to improve conversational success.

We invite you to join this insightful session on Thursday, March 21st, from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. at Gallivan Hall in downtown Salt Lake City. It's an opportunity to understand the science that informs the subtleties of our daily interactions and to enhance the way we connect with others.

11:30 am - 1:00 pm |
21
Mar

USU Uintah Basin Faculty Showcase: Dr. Michael Bailey

Special Event

Join us on the Roosevelt campus for March's Faculty Showcase featuring Dr. Michael Bailey.

12:00 pm - 1:00 pm |
21
Mar

Utah Women in Society – A Living Room Conversation

Panel Discussion/Presentation

The Utah Women & Leadership Project is partnering with Living Room Conversations for a unique 75-minute offering to Utahns as part of our celebration of Women’s History Month. Dr. Susan R. Madsen (Founding Director of the Utah Women & Leadership Project at Utah State University) will co-moderate this experience with Becca Kearl (Executive Director of Living Room Conversations) to provide space for anyone who joins to meet in small group to discuss women in the Utah society.

This experience is in a Zoom “meeting” format and there will be limited spots available. Living Room Conversations offer a simple, sociable and structured way to practice communicating across differences while building understanding and relationships. Zoom breakout rooms will be 4-6 people from much of the forum. This is an experience where you can be listened to and heard by others on this topic. Rather than debating or convincing others, you will take turns talking, sharing, learning, and being curious.

12:00 pm - 1:15 pm | Online/Virtual |
21
Mar

CIDI Workshop - Improving Online Discussions

Workshop/Training

Help your online students get to know each other and interact with you better. Connect your students to each other through thoughtfully designed discussion boards, peer reviews, and group projects. Use techniques to speed up your feedback process when grading.

12:00 pm - 1:00 pm | Online/Virtual |
21
Mar

CIDI Workshop - Improving Online Discussions

Workshop/Training

Help your online students get to know each other and interact with you better. Connect your students to each other through thoughtfully designed discussion boards, peer reviews, and group projects. Use techniques to speed up your feedback process when grading.

12:00 pm - 1:00 pm | Online/Virtual |
21
Mar

Breaking Down Accommodations

Workshop/Training | Sparkshops

Facilitators: David Pruden & Karma Black Come learn the Who, What, Where, When and Why in regards to disability accommodations at USU in this Sparkshop. Join Accessibility Consultants from the Disability Resource Center who will break down the accommodation process and answer questions you have about providing accommodations.

1:00 pm - 1:45 pm | Online/Virtual |
21
Mar

Barrett Friesen's MS Defense

Panel Discussion/Presentation

Entrainment of nonnative fishes through a large western dam as a function of fluctuating reservoir elevation

1:00 pm - 2:00 pm | USU Libraries |
21
Mar

Aetna Webinar – No More FOMO: The Fear of Missing Out

Workshop/Training

Aetna, USU’s Employee Assistance Provider, presents a Resources for Living webinar. Are you living on social media? Are you afraid you're going to miss out on something big? If so, join us to discuss ways to overcome FOMO and start living in the here and now.

1:00 pm - 2:00 pm | Online/Virtual |
21
Mar

Pathways to public service, and the benefit of internships

Panel Discussion/Presentation

Learn about Brad and Freddy's journey into public service and the benefits of state and federal internships

2:00 pm - 3:00 pm | David B. Haight Center |
21
Mar

Club Showcase

Student Activities

See the amazing accomplishments of our USU clubs from this past year!

3:00 pm - 5:00 pm | TSC, International Lounge |
21
Mar

Life of a Latinx Leader

Cultural | Diversity, equity, and Inclusion

Join us for "Life of a Latinx Leader," a monthly event featuring informal talks by exceptional Latinx leaders. This month, Evelyn Porras, a teacher at Logan High School, will share their story about facing a traumatic injury, personal losses, and language barriers. Evelyn earned a degree in Spanish and became a teacher. Visit the Life of a Latinx Leader webpage to learn more about Evelyn.

3:30 pm - 4:30 pm | Old Main |
21
Mar

USU Society of Women Engineers General Meeting and Committee Meeting

Student Activities | Diversity, equity, and Inclusion

Join USU SWE for our Bi-Monthly Meetings! Throughout the semester you will have the opportunity to meet your fellow engineers, hear from guest speakers, and learn more about opportunities within engineering! Additionally, students will have the opportunity to meet with their committees within SWE. All are welcome to attend.

4:00 pm - 5:00 pm | Engineering Building |
21
Mar

Communitas - Nick Galanin

Arts/Entertainment

Nicholas Galanin is a Tlingit and Unangax^ multi-disciplinary artist and musician from Alaska. His work often explores a dialogue of change and identity between Native and non-Native communities.

The Communitas Lecture Series is a set of visiting artists, scholars, and design series. This series is free and open to the public—NO TICKETS NECESSARY!

5:00 pm - 6:00 pm | Chase Fine Arts Center, Daines Concert Hall |
21
Mar

USU Tooele Concurrent Enrollment Open House

Information/Orientation

Representatives from our admissions team will be present to answer questions about USU and our Concurrent Enrollment program. Come and learn about: • Exciting new opportunities • Offerings at your local high school • Current and new classes • General Completion Certificate • Applying to USU For more information about this event, contact Mike Booth at mike.booth@usu.edu or call 435.797.9930

5:30 pm - 8:00 pm |
21
Mar

Info Night at USU Orem

Information/Orientation

Discover Your Future at USU Orem! Join us to get a taste of the incredible opportunities available to you at USU Orem. In addition to sampling Aggie life, swing by for: - Free Food - Free Aggie Ice Cream - Free USU Swag! You’ll also be able to meet our local staff, including representatives who can answer any questions you may have about applying or transferring, plus scholarships, financial aid, student support services, and more.
Register now at http://aggie.link/OR_Register.

6:00 pm - 7:00 pm |
21
Mar

Weber County 4-H Gunners Club (4-H Shooting Sports)

Workshop/Training | Utah 4-H and Youth

Club focus is on -.22 rifle education. Register on ZSuite.

6:00 pm - 8:30 pm |
21
Mar

IMA Professional Meeting

Social/Networking

Dave Haws, Chief Accounting Office at Conservice will be talking about career opportunities in industry accounting.

7:00 pm - 8:00 pm | Huntsman Hall |
21
Mar

Castle Valley Archaeological Society Monthly Meeting

Lecture/Readings

Please join the Castle Valley Archaeological Society at 7 pm in the Don L. Burge Room at the Prehistoric Museum. Each month features an interesting talk about the archaeology of Utah and a chance to engage with others in our community interested in archaeology. You can find out more about each months event at the CVAS Facebook page.

https://www.facebook.com/CVASutah

https://utaharchaeology.org/Chapters/CastleV/

7:00 pm - 8:00 pm |
21
Mar

3rd Annual Community-Wide Ramadan Iftar Supper

Special Event | Diversity, equity, and Inclusion

Come celebrate with us as we host the 3rd Annual Community-Wide Iftar Dinner. This event brings students, faculty, staff, family-members, and the community at large together to celebrate and break-the-fast together as we share stories and build relationship across religious traditions while honoring the Holy month of Ramadan and the beauty of Islam.

7:00 pm - 9:30 pm | TSC, Evan N. Stevenson Ballroom |
21
Mar

3rd Annual Community-Wide Ramadan Iftar Supper

Cultural

Join us for the 3rd Annual USU Community Iftar supper, co-sponsored by the USU Interfaith Initiative and multiple other offices on campus, in support of our Muslim students and their families. The evening will feature an opportunity to share a post-sundown halal meal together and to build deeper connections as we come together, across religious differences, breaking bread together as one Aggie family.

7:00 pm - 9:00 pm | TSC, Evan N. Stevenson Ballroom |
21
Mar

Arrington Conversation: "Faith, Politics, and Pop Culture: The View from a Conservative Columnist"

Panel Discussion/Presentation

This year's Arrington Conversation is with New York Times Opinion columnist, Ross Douthat, host of the weekly podcast, “Matter of Opinion.” He is the author of numerous books, including "The Deep Places: A Memoir of Illness and Discovery" and "Bad Religion: How We Became a Nation of Heretics." Join for an engaging discussion. Event starts at 7:30, Eccles Conference Center Auditorium. Livestream also available.

7:30 pm - 8:45 pm | Eccles Conference Center |
21
Mar

CMSL: Viano Quartet

Arts/Entertainment

Praised for their "virtuosity, visceral expression, and rare unity of intention" (Boston Globe), the Viano Quartet are one of the most sought-after performing young ensembles. Lucy Wang, Violin Hao Zhou, Violin Aiden Kane, Viola Tate Zawadiuk, Cello

7:30 pm - 9:30 pm | Russell/Wanlass Performance Hall |
22
Mar

Dressed in White

Exhibition

Prepare to step into the grand finale of a series of exquisite exhibitions as we present "Dressed in White," curated by the esteemed award-winning Nancy Hills.

This captivating showcase marks the culmination of Nancy's illustrious journey, which has seen numerous exhibitions and tours across the United States and England, guided by the insightful retired curator Althea MacKenzie. Styled after the opulence of the 18th century, this exhibition promises to be a fitting conclusion to Nancy's legacy of bringing historical fashion to life. Following in the footsteps of Janet Arnold to admiring styles-of-the-time garments in London, Nancy has meticulously crafted 35–40 dresses spanning from the 1700s to 1954. Among them, Mary Bufton's iconic wedding gown, gracing the cover of Nancy's forthcoming book, awaits to mesmerize audiences. Each dress, meticulously researched and recreated by Nancy (and her dedicated students under Nancy’s direction), serves as a testament to the enduring allure of fashion history.

Join us for this unforgettable journey through time, where Nancy's passion and expertise shine in every intricate detail of "Dressed in White."

Exhibition is FREE and open to the public! Exhibition times are 9 a.m.–5 p.m., Monday through Friday in the Tippetts & Eccles Galleries, March 18–27.

9:00 am - 5:00 pm | Tippetts & Eccles Art Galleries |
22
Mar

4th Annual Indigenous Knowledge Symposium

Conference/Seminar | Diversity, equity, and Inclusion

Join us for the 4th Annual Indigenous Knowledge Symposium. This year our topic is food sovereignty. Our speakers are Rose Bear Don't Walk, a doctoral student in Indigenous & Rural Health, Montana State University and Dr. Valarie Blue Bird Jernigan, Director of the Center for Indigenous Health and Policy, Oklahoma State University. Both have knowledge of Indigenous science, food, and sovereignty. Register to join the virtual event.

11:00 am - 2:00 pm | Online/Virtual |
22
Mar

CIDI Workshop - Building Interactive Learning Activities with Atomic Assessments

Workshop/Training

Atomic Assessments provide 65 question types with multiple delivery and feedback options. They can be embedded nearly anywhere in Canvas, for practice or for points. Options abound for math and science. See how to create the interactive lessons you've longed to provide your students.

11:30 am - 12:30 pm | Online/Virtual |
22
Mar

“Youth Competence in Context: The Role of Families and Neighborhoods in Youth Social and Emotional Development”

Lecture/Readings

The Department of Human Development and Family Studies invites you to attend a presentation on Friday, March 22, 2024, from 11:30 a.m. – 12:30 p.m. in SHED 101. Dr. Elizabeth Shewark from Michigan State University will present, “Youth Competence in Context: The Role of Families and Neighborhoods in Youth Social and Emotional Development”. We hope you will join us!

11:30 am - 12:30 pm |
22
Mar

USU at The Leonardo: 3D Printed Aircraft

Special Event

3D Printed Aircraft: How do you 3D print an airplane? What are some of the challenges to 3D printing? Can you fly without a tail? Come find out at this special, hands-on presentation by the USU AeroLab in partnership with The Leonardo.

Activity for kids and youth.

1:00 pm - 4:00 pm |
22
Mar

Softball vs College of Southern Nevada

Sports

Softball vs College of Southern Nevada

1:00 pm - 5:00 pm |
22
Mar

CCA Awards Celebration & Donor Recognition

Arts/Entertainment

Description TBA

6:00 pm - 7:00 pm | Russell/Wanlass Performance Hall |
22
Mar

Science Unwrapped: Randomness & Chance

Special Event

Inquiring minds of all ages are invited to Science Unwrapped, the free, public outreach program of USU's College of Science. Featured speaker is USU mathematician Erin Beckman, who presents, "Randomness & Chance: Push It to the Limit," as part of our "Building on Basics" series. Refreshments and hands-on learning activities follow the talk.

7:00 pm - 8:30 pm | Eccles Science Learning Center Auditorium |
22
Mar

Murder Mystery Gala

Student Activities

Step into the intrigue and glamour of a murder mystery gala, and try to find the answer of whodunit.

7:00 pm - 9:30 pm | TSC, Evan N. Stevenson Ballroom |
23
Mar

Moab Wilderness First Responder Course

Information/Orientation

The Wilderness First Responder (WFR) course is the standard level of medical training for professional outdoor recreation industry field staff that work multi-day, overnight trips in remote environments, military, technical rescue personnel, and those working in disaster relief. The DMM comprehensive, contextual and practical curriculum has gained popularity among outdoor enthusiasts, endurance athletes, and adventure travelers who push their boundaries in remote areas with limited resources, unreliable communication, and the potential for delayed or self-rescue. Course participants will develop strong patient assessment skills, adopt treatment tools to stabilize life-threatening conditions, and learn how to provide extended patient care in austere environments. Most importantly, this training will prepare individuals to prevent many environmental illnesses and proactively manage pre-existing conditions in the field. Individuals will also develop the confidence to professionally call in a rescue in the event of a backcountry emergency and manage the evacuation of a medical or trauma patient. Learn more at recportal.usu.edu.

All Day |
23
Mar

Weber County 4-H Skill-A-Thon and Consumer Decision Making

Workshop/Training | Utah 4-H and Youth

This is an overall contest that covers skills and knowledge gained by participating in all aspects of the Family Consumer Science project. The first part is an identification of 3 areas: Clothing & Sewing, Foods & Cooking Interior Design & Home Repairs. Then take a 25-question quiz on all the definitions and for the three identification area study materials, and finally, as a team, you give a 5-minute oral presentation from a selected life skill assessment topics. This is a super fun contest and we hope you all participate in these contests.

9:00 am - 1:00 pm |
23
Mar

Dressed in White

Exhibition

Prepare to step into the grand finale of a series of exquisite exhibitions as we present "Dressed in White," curated by the esteemed award-winning Nancy Hills.

This captivating showcase marks the culmination of Nancy's illustrious journey, which has seen numerous exhibitions and tours across the United States and England, guided by the insightful retired curator Althea MacKenzie. Styled after the opulence of the 18th century, this exhibition promises to be a fitting conclusion to Nancy's legacy of bringing historical fashion to life. Following in the footsteps of Janet Arnold to admiring styles-of-the-time garments in London, Nancy has meticulously crafted 35–40 dresses spanning from the 1700s to 1954. Among them, Mary Bufton's iconic wedding gown, gracing the cover of Nancy's forthcoming book, awaits to mesmerize audiences. Each dress, meticulously researched and recreated by Nancy (and her dedicated students under Nancy’s direction), serves as a testament to the enduring allure of fashion history.

Join us for this unforgettable journey through time, where Nancy's passion and expertise shine in every intricate detail of "Dressed in White."

Exhibition is FREE and open to the public! Exhibition times are 9 a.m.–5 p.m., Monday through Friday in the Tippetts & Eccles Galleries, March 18–27.

9:00 am - 5:00 pm | Tippetts & Eccles Art Galleries |
23
Mar

Tour por el campo en español

Information/Orientation

Esto es lo más cercano que llegarán a ser un Aggie antes de inscribir. Nuestros embajadores hispano-hablantes les acompañarán personalmente por el recinto, respondiendo a sus preguntas, ¡e invitándoles a un helado de Aggie Ice Cream! Además, tendrán la oportunidad de aprender sobre admisiones y becas, vivienda, recursos para estudiantes universitarios de primera generación, y más. Se proporcioná validación para el estacionamiento. Tour del campo en español: Obtengan respuestas a sus preguntas Aprendan sobre opciones de vivienda Conozcan a estudiantes actuales de la Universidad Visiten el Centro Cultural LatinX Almuerzo y helado Aggie Ice Cream

9:30 am - 1:30 pm | Taggart Student Center |
23
Mar

Intramural Cornhole Tournament

Sports

Join us for our lively and competitive Intramural Cornhole Tournament on Saturday, March 23rd from 10 am to noon! Whether you're a seasoned cornhole pro or a beginner looking to try your hand at this classic backyard game, this event is open to all skill levels. Bring your A-game and compete for the title of cornhole champion as you toss those bean bags with precision and aim for the coveted prize, the Intramural Champ shirt! Registration runs from March 4th to the 18th. It's free with an IM membership or $15 with the single sports pass. Register your team on the Fusion Play app.

10:00 am - 12:00 pm | Aggie Recreation Center (ARC) |
23
Mar

Student Professionalism Awareness Conference

Conference/Seminar

The annual Student Professionalism Awareness Conference (SPAC) is an opportunity for motivated students to connect with industry. Representatives from STEM fields will attend to mingle with students and present their work. The conference's theme is "Sparking the Fire of Creativity" to introduce STEM students to the higher level of thinking required once they start working in their field.

11:30 am - 5:30 pm | Engineering Building |
23
Mar

Softball vs College of Southern Nevada

Sports

Softball vs College of Southern Nevada

12:00 pm - 4:00 pm |
23
Mar

Music Department Showcase

Arts/Entertainment

Join faculty and students of the Music Department in a recital featuring a variety of chamber music. Repertoire includes selections by Eugene Bozza, Jacques Offenbach, Leo Delibes, Catherine McMichael. Performances will feature student and faculty, student, and faculty ensembles performing including Dr. Jeiran Hasan (flute), Marilyn Cole (oboe), Chilali Hugo (harp), Dr. Jacquelyn Abbot (voice), and Amy Glenn (piano).

The event will be live-streamed on the CCA Presents YouTube Page.

7:00 pm - 9:00 pm | Russell/Wanlass Performance Hall |
23
Mar

Women's Adventure Tour Film Screening

Arts/Entertainment

Join us on Saturday, March 23rd at 7pm for a screening of The Women’s Adventure Film Tour as it's back with its highly anticipated 8th season. It'll be held in HPER 102 - note please enter through the side doors in between the HPER and ARC as main doors will be locked. The event is free for USU students and just $10 for community members (pay at the door). We will also be having great raffle prizes!! It features an exhilarating selection of 8 new short films that showcase the inspiring journeys of remarkable women who have fearlessly pursued adventure in various fields. The Women’s Adventure Film Tour has been celebrated for its unique approach to showcasing women achieving their adventurous goals. Unlike traditional adventure films focusing solely on extreme feats, this tour aims to inspire everyone to step outside their comfort zone and challenge their boundaries – their personal Everest. It's a celebration of bravery, perseverance, and the indomitable spirit within us.

7:00 pm - 9:00 pm | HPER Building |
23
Mar

Poetry and a Beverage

Student Activities

Get ready to gather the girls, the gays, and the theys (and the straight men too!) because we’re going to BRUNCH! On Saturday, March 23rd, 9:00-11:00 in the TSC Ballroom, enjoy a classic night at PoBev but with a brunchy twist. PoBev is an opportunity for all students to perform and showcase their art, so come and celebrate the incredible talent here at USU! If you are interested in performing at BrunchBev, keep and eye out on the @ususaevents instagram page to be notified when signups open!

9:00 pm - 11:00 pm | TSC, Evan N. Stevenson Ballroom |
24
Mar

Moab Wilderness First Responder Course

Information/Orientation

The Wilderness First Responder (WFR) course is the standard level of medical training for professional outdoor recreation industry field staff that work multi-day, overnight trips in remote environments, military, technical rescue personnel, and those working in disaster relief. The DMM comprehensive, contextual and practical curriculum has gained popularity among outdoor enthusiasts, endurance athletes, and adventure travelers who push their boundaries in remote areas with limited resources, unreliable communication, and the potential for delayed or self-rescue. Course participants will develop strong patient assessment skills, adopt treatment tools to stabilize life-threatening conditions, and learn how to provide extended patient care in austere environments. Most importantly, this training will prepare individuals to prevent many environmental illnesses and proactively manage pre-existing conditions in the field. Individuals will also develop the confidence to professionally call in a rescue in the event of a backcountry emergency and manage the evacuation of a medical or trauma patient. Learn more at recportal.usu.edu.

All Day |
24
Mar

Dressed in White

Exhibition

Prepare to step into the grand finale of a series of exquisite exhibitions as we present "Dressed in White," curated by the esteemed award-winning Nancy Hills.

This captivating showcase marks the culmination of Nancy's illustrious journey, which has seen numerous exhibitions and tours across the United States and England, guided by the insightful retired curator Althea MacKenzie. Styled after the opulence of the 18th century, this exhibition promises to be a fitting conclusion to Nancy's legacy of bringing historical fashion to life. Following in the footsteps of Janet Arnold to admiring styles-of-the-time garments in London, Nancy has meticulously crafted 35–40 dresses spanning from the 1700s to 1954. Among them, Mary Bufton's iconic wedding gown, gracing the cover of Nancy's forthcoming book, awaits to mesmerize audiences. Each dress, meticulously researched and recreated by Nancy (and her dedicated students under Nancy’s direction), serves as a testament to the enduring allure of fashion history.

Join us for this unforgettable journey through time, where Nancy's passion and expertise shine in every intricate detail of "Dressed in White."

Exhibition is FREE and open to the public! Exhibition times are 9 a.m.–5 p.m., Monday through Friday in the Tippetts & Eccles Galleries, March 18–27.

9:00 am - 5:00 pm | Tippetts & Eccles Art Galleries |
25
Mar

NR Week 2024

Special Event

Celebrate with the Quinney College of Natural Resources NR Week 2024! Join us next week for daily events: • Monday, March 25: Yoga on the (NR patio at Noon) • Tuesday, March 26: Tamales & Trivia (tamales served at 4:30, trivia starting at 5:30) • Wednesday, March 27: You Belong in STEM & Natural "Resourch" Science Fair (TSC International Lounge, 11 am-2 pm) • Thursday, March 28: Movie Night, Fire of Love (NR 217 at 5 pm) • Friday, March 29: Campfire & Campout (Green Canyon, 5pm) Anytime during the week you can: • Try your hand at the scavenger hunt in the Quinney Library (and win great prizes!) Visit the library desk for info. • Listen to the winners of the QCNR Podcast Contest: https://qcnr.usu.edu/college/projects/podcast-contest-2024

All Day | Natural Resources Building |
25
Mar

Moab Wilderness First Responder Course

Information/Orientation

The Wilderness First Responder (WFR) course is the standard level of medical training for professional outdoor recreation industry field staff that work multi-day, overnight trips in remote environments, military, technical rescue personnel, and those working in disaster relief. The DMM comprehensive, contextual and practical curriculum has gained popularity among outdoor enthusiasts, endurance athletes, and adventure travelers who push their boundaries in remote areas with limited resources, unreliable communication, and the potential for delayed or self-rescue. Course participants will develop strong patient assessment skills, adopt treatment tools to stabilize life-threatening conditions, and learn how to provide extended patient care in austere environments. Most importantly, this training will prepare individuals to prevent many environmental illnesses and proactively manage pre-existing conditions in the field. Individuals will also develop the confidence to professionally call in a rescue in the event of a backcountry emergency and manage the evacuation of a medical or trauma patient. Learn more at recportal.usu.edu.

All Day |
25
Mar

Dressed in White

Exhibition

Prepare to step into the grand finale of a series of exquisite exhibitions as we present "Dressed in White," curated by the esteemed award-winning Nancy Hills.

This captivating showcase marks the culmination of Nancy's illustrious journey, which has seen numerous exhibitions and tours across the United States and England, guided by the insightful retired curator Althea MacKenzie. Styled after the opulence of the 18th century, this exhibition promises to be a fitting conclusion to Nancy's legacy of bringing historical fashion to life. Following in the footsteps of Janet Arnold to admiring styles-of-the-time garments in London, Nancy has meticulously crafted 35–40 dresses spanning from the 1700s to 1954. Among them, Mary Bufton's iconic wedding gown, gracing the cover of Nancy's forthcoming book, awaits to mesmerize audiences. Each dress, meticulously researched and recreated by Nancy (and her dedicated students under Nancy’s direction), serves as a testament to the enduring allure of fashion history.

Join us for this unforgettable journey through time, where Nancy's passion and expertise shine in every intricate detail of "Dressed in White."

Exhibition is FREE and open to the public! Exhibition times are 9 a.m.–5 p.m., Monday through Friday in the Tippetts & Eccles Galleries, March 18–27.

9:00 am - 5:00 pm | Tippetts & Eccles Art Galleries |
25
Mar

USU 2nd Annual Jewish Inclusion Seminar Series

Cultural

In collaboration with several campus and community partners, USU’s Division of DEI is proud to present, USU’s 2nd Annual Jewish Inclusion Seminar Series, scheduled for March 25-27, 2024. USU’s 2024 Jewish Inclusion Seminar Series is titled: A Diverse Picture: Jewish Voices, Images, & Experiences. A Diverse Picture: Jewish Voices, Images, & Experiences will present a diverse array of Jewish voices, experiences, and backgrounds. Among the voices and experiences that are confirmed to present at this the event are: 1) leaders from the Utah Jewish community on topics of Jewish women, Jewish education, and Jewish cultural events; and 2) lecturers and filmmakers covering a range of Jewish experiences and backgrounds, including voices and experiences from the Ethiopian, Iranian, and Moroccan Jewish communities, and topics ranging from art and culture to trauma and the Jewish experience.

10:00 am - 3:00 pm | Taggart Student Center |
25
Mar

Maker Monday: Decorate a Mini Planter

Special Event

Join us in the LLC Maker's Loft to decorate a mini planter! Supplies are limited. Stop by anytime between 1pm and 4pm to make yours!

1:00 pm - 4:00 pm | Utah State University Eastern Campus |
25
Mar

Geo Speaker Series: FORSTER LECTURE: Dr. Marjorie Chan

Conference/Seminar

Dr. Marjorie Chan from University of Utah will present on Diagenesis/Planetary.

3:30 pm - 4:30 pm | Geology building |
25
Mar

Positive Discipline Parenting Course

Meeting

This is a research-based course to give you new techniques and tools for more effective parenting. It takes into account the uniqueness of each family. Join us to improve your skills!

6:00 pm - 8:00 pm |
25
Mar

Full Moon Snowshoe Hike

Recreation

Come spend an evening snowshoeing under the glow of a full moon. Be sure to dress warm for the cooler temperatures after dark. No snowshoeing experience is necessary, beginners are most welcome. Participants must be prepared for moderate physical activity in a winter environment. Trip cost includes snowshoe rental and transportation.

6:00 pm - 11:00 pm |
25
Mar

Weber County 4-H Horse Quiz Bowl Contests

Workshop/Training | Utah 4-H and Youth

Youth will compete face-to-face in a game style competition

7:00 pm - 8:00 pm |
25
Mar

Jessie Bladen's Sophomore Piano Recital

Arts/Entertainment

This recital is in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of Bachelor of Music in Piano Performance & Pedagogy. Jessie Bladen is a student of Dr. Cahill Smith.

7:30 pm - 8:30 pm | Russell/Wanlass Performance Hall |
26
Mar

NR Week 2024

Special Event

Celebrate with the Quinney College of Natural Resources NR Week 2024! Join us next week for daily events: • Monday, March 25: Yoga on the (NR patio at Noon) • Tuesday, March 26: Tamales & Trivia (tamales served at 4:30, trivia starting at 5:30) • Wednesday, March 27: You Belong in STEM & Natural "Resourch" Science Fair (TSC International Lounge, 11 am-2 pm) • Thursday, March 28: Movie Night, Fire of Love (NR 217 at 5 pm) • Friday, March 29: Campfire & Campout (Green Canyon, 5pm) Anytime during the week you can: • Try your hand at the scavenger hunt in the Quinney Library (and win great prizes!) Visit the library desk for info. • Listen to the winners of the QCNR Podcast Contest: https://qcnr.usu.edu/college/projects/podcast-contest-2024

All Day | Natural Resources Building |
26
Mar

Moab Wilderness First Responder Course

Information/Orientation

The Wilderness First Responder (WFR) course is the standard level of medical training for professional outdoor recreation industry field staff that work multi-day, overnight trips in remote environments, military, technical rescue personnel, and those working in disaster relief. The DMM comprehensive, contextual and practical curriculum has gained popularity among outdoor enthusiasts, endurance athletes, and adventure travelers who push their boundaries in remote areas with limited resources, unreliable communication, and the potential for delayed or self-rescue. Course participants will develop strong patient assessment skills, adopt treatment tools to stabilize life-threatening conditions, and learn how to provide extended patient care in austere environments. Most importantly, this training will prepare individuals to prevent many environmental illnesses and proactively manage pre-existing conditions in the field. Individuals will also develop the confidence to professionally call in a rescue in the event of a backcountry emergency and manage the evacuation of a medical or trauma patient. Learn more at recportal.usu.edu.

All Day |
26
Mar

Spring Runoff Conference

Conference/Seminar

This year the 2024 Spring Runoff Conference will be a combined event with the Northern Utah Water Users Conference. It will feature speakers and presentations on topics ranging from agriculture water issues, water policy and research, and water management and usage with a focus in northern Utah. We hope this year’s conference will foster collaboration and new partnerships for water in our state. The event is free and all are welcome to attend. RSVP at the Spring Runoff Conference website, www.usu.edu/water/conference.

All Day |
26
Mar

Dressed in White

Exhibition

Prepare to step into the grand finale of a series of exquisite exhibitions as we present "Dressed in White," curated by the esteemed award-winning Nancy Hills.

This captivating showcase marks the culmination of Nancy's illustrious journey, which has seen numerous exhibitions and tours across the United States and England, guided by the insightful retired curator Althea MacKenzie. Styled after the opulence of the 18th century, this exhibition promises to be a fitting conclusion to Nancy's legacy of bringing historical fashion to life. Following in the footsteps of Janet Arnold to admiring styles-of-the-time garments in London, Nancy has meticulously crafted 35–40 dresses spanning from the 1700s to 1954. Among them, Mary Bufton's iconic wedding gown, gracing the cover of Nancy's forthcoming book, awaits to mesmerize audiences. Each dress, meticulously researched and recreated by Nancy (and her dedicated students under Nancy’s direction), serves as a testament to the enduring allure of fashion history.

Join us for this unforgettable journey through time, where Nancy's passion and expertise shine in every intricate detail of "Dressed in White."

Exhibition is FREE and open to the public! Exhibition times are 9 a.m.–5 p.m., Monday through Friday in the Tippetts & Eccles Galleries, March 18–27.

9:00 am - 5:00 pm | Tippetts & Eccles Art Galleries |
26
Mar

Geo Speaker Series: FORSTER LECTURE: Dr. Marjorie Chan

Conference/Seminar

Dr. Marjorie Chan from University of Utah will present on Geoheritage and Sample Ethics.

9:30 am - 11:00 am | Geology building |
26
Mar

USU 2nd Annual Jewish Inclusion Seminar Series

Cultural

In collaboration with several campus and community partners, USU’s Division of DEI is proud to present, USU’s 2nd Annual Jewish Inclusion Seminar Series, scheduled for March 25-27, 2024. USU’s 2024 Jewish Inclusion Seminar Series is titled: A Diverse Picture: Jewish Voices, Images, & Experiences. A Diverse Picture: Jewish Voices, Images, & Experiences will present a diverse array of Jewish voices, experiences, and backgrounds. Among the voices and experiences that are confirmed to present at this the event are: 1) leaders from the Utah Jewish community on topics of Jewish women, Jewish education, and Jewish cultural events; and 2) lecturers and filmmakers covering a range of Jewish experiences and backgrounds, including voices and experiences from the Ethiopian, Iranian, and Moroccan Jewish communities, and topics ranging from art and culture to trauma and the Jewish experience.

10:00 am - 3:00 pm | David B. Haight Center |
26
Mar

QCNR Awards Luncheon

Breakfast/Luncheon/Dinner

The entire QCNR community is invited. Come celebrate QCNR Award Winners for 2024.

12:00 pm - 2:00 pm | Maverik Stadium |
26
Mar

CIDI Workshop - Getting Started in Zoom

Workshop/Training

Learn the basics of Zoom, including scheduling, recording, managing settings, and making a good learning environment for your students.

1:30 pm - 2:30 pm | Online/Virtual |
26
Mar

Poesía y Canciones con Historia

Cultural | Diversity, equity, and Inclusion

Únete a nosotros para una tarde de poesía hispana, historia y canciones con historia.

4:30 pm - 6:00 pm | Old Main |
26
Mar

Poesía y Canciones con Historia

Cultural | Diversity, equity, and Inclusion

únete a nosotros para una tarde de poesía hispana, historia y canciones con historia.

4:30 pm - 6:00 pm | Old Main |
26
Mar

Fidelity Info Session

Information/Orientation

Join us to learn more about Fidelity Investments and the various opportunities they have available. The information session will be hosted by Sara Robbins, University Relationship Manager and Recruiter at Fidelity. Sara will speak on the various career opportunities available within Fidelity, best practices for interviewing, and how to apply for open positions at the company. Register to attend.

5:30 pm - 6:30 pm | Huntsman Hall |
26
Mar

Celebrating Her (Brave Legacies, Brave Futures)

Exhibition

Join the Business Council in celebrating the incredible contributions of women in history and women on campus. We will be doing activities that celebrate your accomplishments and have refreshments while networking with other women. Dress up in mocktail attire and join us for sodas, cookies, and a night of recognizing women!

6:00 pm - 7:00 pm | Huntsman Hall |
26
Mar

I Love Myself Spin Class

Recreation

Group Fitness is about loving yourself and having fun. Come celebrate yourself and join our instructor Bella in a confidence and self-love playlist with our I Love Myself Spin event. It'll be on March 26th from 7-8pm in the Locomotion room in the ARC. We will have mantras and motivational quotes for you to take after class. The event is free for all, register at recportal.usu.edu under fitness programs. There are limited spots, sign up now!

7:00 pm - 8:00 pm | Aggie Recreation Center (ARC) |
26
Mar

Jazz Kicks

Arts/Entertainment

Description TBA

7:30 pm - 9:30 pm | Russell/Wanlass Performance Hall |
26
Mar

Kayak Roll Sessions

Recreation

We'll be hosting free kayak roll sessions every Tuesday at 8pm in the small HPER Pools until April. No registration, show up and learn!

8:00 pm - 9:00 pm | HPER Building |
27
Mar

NR Week 2024

Special Event

Celebrate with the Quinney College of Natural Resources NR Week 2024! Join us next week for daily events: • Monday, March 25: Yoga on the (NR patio at Noon) • Tuesday, March 26: Tamales & Trivia (tamales served at 4:30, trivia starting at 5:30) • Wednesday, March 27: You Belong in STEM & Natural "Resourch" Science Fair (TSC International Lounge, 11 am-2 pm) • Thursday, March 28: Movie Night, Fire of Love (NR 217 at 5 pm) • Friday, March 29: Campfire & Campout (Green Canyon, 5pm) Anytime during the week you can: • Try your hand at the scavenger hunt in the Quinney Library (and win great prizes!) Visit the library desk for info. • Listen to the winners of the QCNR Podcast Contest: https://qcnr.usu.edu/college/projects/podcast-contest-2024

All Day | Natural Resources Building |
27
Mar

Spring Runoff Conference

Conference/Seminar

This year the 2024 Spring Runoff Conference will be a combined event with the Northern Utah Water Users Conference. It will feature speakers and presentations on topics ranging from agriculture water issues, water policy and research, and water management and usage with a focus in northern Utah. We hope this year’s conference will foster collaboration and new partnerships for water in our state. The event is free and all are welcome to attend. RSVP at the Spring Runoff Conference website, www.usu.edu/water/conference.

All Day | Eccles Conference Center |
27
Mar

Moab Wilderness First Responder Course

Information/Orientation

The Wilderness First Responder (WFR) course is the standard level of medical training for professional outdoor recreation industry field staff that work multi-day, overnight trips in remote environments, military, technical rescue personnel, and those working in disaster relief. The DMM comprehensive, contextual and practical curriculum has gained popularity among outdoor enthusiasts, endurance athletes, and adventure travelers who push their boundaries in remote areas with limited resources, unreliable communication, and the potential for delayed or self-rescue. Course participants will develop strong patient assessment skills, adopt treatment tools to stabilize life-threatening conditions, and learn how to provide extended patient care in austere environments. Most importantly, this training will prepare individuals to prevent many environmental illnesses and proactively manage pre-existing conditions in the field. Individuals will also develop the confidence to professionally call in a rescue in the event of a backcountry emergency and manage the evacuation of a medical or trauma patient. Learn more at recportal.usu.edu.

All Day |
27
Mar

Dressed in White

Exhibition

Prepare to step into the grand finale of a series of exquisite exhibitions as we present "Dressed in White," curated by the esteemed award-winning Nancy Hills.

This captivating showcase marks the culmination of Nancy's illustrious journey, which has seen numerous exhibitions and tours across the United States and England, guided by the insightful retired curator Althea MacKenzie. Styled after the opulence of the 18th century, this exhibition promises to be a fitting conclusion to Nancy's legacy of bringing historical fashion to life. Following in the footsteps of Janet Arnold to admiring styles-of-the-time garments in London, Nancy has meticulously crafted 35–40 dresses spanning from the 1700s to 1954. Among them, Mary Bufton's iconic wedding gown, gracing the cover of Nancy's forthcoming book, awaits to mesmerize audiences. Each dress, meticulously researched and recreated by Nancy (and her dedicated students under Nancy’s direction), serves as a testament to the enduring allure of fashion history.

Join us for this unforgettable journey through time, where Nancy's passion and expertise shine in every intricate detail of "Dressed in White."

Exhibition is FREE and open to the public! Exhibition times are 9 a.m.–5 p.m., Monday through Friday in the Tippetts & Eccles Galleries, March 18–27.

9:00 am - 5:00 pm | Tippetts & Eccles Art Galleries |
27
Mar

CIDI Workshop - How to Quickly Create a Beautiful Canvas Course

Workshop/Training

Design Tools for Canvas allows you to rapidly stylize and build out your Canvas course, allowing you to focus more time on planning engaging content and learning activities in your course.

9:30 am - 10:30 am | Online/Virtual |
27
Mar

Trans Allies on Campus Training

Workshop/Training

Trans/Nonbinary Allies on Campus aims to increase awareness and understanding of our trans/nonbinary community and further understand specific trans/nonbinary issues while training participants to stand with, and advocate for trans/nonbinary individuals. Participants will gain a basic understanding of sex, sexuality, and gender and how these concepts perpetuate microaggressions, discrimination policies, and daily biases. Prepare to dispel some common myths, laugh, and leave with the understanding that there is much work to be done in our community and you are part of the solution. Registration is required to receive the zoom link.

12:00 pm - 2:00 pm | Online/Virtual |
27
Mar

2nd Annual Jewish Inclusion Seminar Series

Cultural

In collaboration with several campus and community partners, USU’s Division of DEI is proud to present, USU’s 2nd Annual Jewish Inclusion Seminar Series, scheduled for March 25-27, 2024. USU’s 2024 Jewish Inclusion Seminar Series is titled: A Diverse Picture: Jewish Voices, Images, & Experiences. A Diverse Picture: Jewish Voices, Images, & Experiences will present a diverse array of Jewish voices, experiences, and backgrounds. Among the voices and experiences that are confirmed to present at this the event are: 1) leaders from the Utah Jewish community on topics of Jewish women, Jewish education, and Jewish cultural events; and 2) lecturers and filmmakers covering a range of Jewish experiences and backgrounds, including voices and experiences from the Ethiopian, Iranian, and Moroccan Jewish communities, and topics ranging from art and culture to trauma and the Jewish experience.

1:00 pm - 3:00 pm | TSC, Skyroom Restaurant |
27
Mar

CIDI Workshop - Introduction to Social Annotation with Hypothes.is

Workshop/Training

This workshop will share how teachers are using annotation-powered reading to help students develop foundational academic skills like deep reading and persuasive writing.

1:30 pm - 2:30 pm | Online/Virtual |
27
Mar

Faculty Awards Ceremony

Ceremony/Awards/Celebration

The Faculty Awards Ceremony celebrates USU’s faculty and their accomplishments. In total, nearly 75 nominees will be recognized across 11 awards. Presented jointly by the Office of Research, Office of the Provost, and School of Graduate Studies, the 2024 ceremony will be hosted in the Russell/Wanlass Performance Hall. Attendees are invited to arrive early for a reception.

3:00 pm - 5:00 pm | Russell/Wanlass Performance Hall |
27
Mar

Goldman Sachs Info Session

Information/Orientation

Join us to meet recruiters, alumni and executives from Goldman Sachs to learn about internships and full-time career opportunities. 3-3:15pm Recruiting Overview, 3:15-3:30pm My Why at Goldman Sachs, 3:30-5:00pm Networking with Goldman Sachs. All majors welcome! calendar register to attend: Register to attend.

3:00 pm - 5:00 pm | Huntsman Hall |
27
Mar

USU Faculty Awards 2024 Ceremony

Ceremony/Awards/Celebration

On Wednesday, March 27, 2024 from 3:00 - 5:00 pm, in the Russell/Wanlass Performance Hall the Office of the Provost and the Office of Research will hold the annual USU Faculty Awards Ceremony to recognize faculty members' accomplishments during the last year. More information will be forthcoming.

3:00 pm - 5:00 pm | Russell/Wanlass Performance Hall |
27
Mar

Innovation Intervention: Tackling Problems with Wholistic Mindset

Conference/Seminar

Engineering students have a toolbox full of equations, theories, and processes to help them solve problems. The challenge for new engineers is selecting the right tool for the job. This event will introduce you to the mindset required to connect your engineering coursework to real-world problems. Work a problem from customer need to prototype together with Professor Zac Humes. All engineering majors are welcome and encouraged to attend. Dinner will be provided.

4:00 pm - 5:00 pm | Engineering Building |
27
Mar

Ecology Center Spring Seminar - N. LeRoy Poff

Conference/Seminar

The first of two seminars presented by N. LeRoy Poff, Colorado State University.

4:00 pm - 5:00 pm | Life Sciences Building |
27
Mar

Jill Koziol

Panel Discussion/Presentation

Jill Koziol is the co-founder and CEO of Motherly, a well-being destination empowering mothers to thrive. An Inc. 5000 Fastest Growing Private Company and a Parity.org Best Company for Women to Advance, Motherly is built for mothers, by mothers. Engaging an audience of 40 million+ readers and viewers a month, Motherly offers on-demand parent education classes, Webby-award-winning videos, The Motherly Podcast, essays and articles, and a highly engaged social media community.

Co-author of “The Motherly Guide to Becoming Mama: Redefining the Pregnancy, Birth, and Postpartum Journey” and “This Is Motherhood: A Motherly Collection of Reflections and Practices",Jill Koziol is passionate about serving and empowering women and mothers because when mamas are successful, everyone wins. She is an advocate for families, female founders, and how to thrive with multiple sclerosis. Jill lives in Park City, Utah with her husband and two daughters.

6:00 pm - 7:00 pm | Eccles Conference Center Auditorium |
27
Mar

Smash Wednesdays

Student Activities

Join Campus Recreation on February 28th for our Smash Wednesday eSports Tournament. All skill levels are welcome and we encourage you to bring a group of friends to compete for the top spot! All winners receive an Intramural Champ Shirt. The event is free and please bring your switch and game if you have it. The eSports center is located behind Maverick Stadium in the old Distribution Center. Nintendo is not a sponsor of or affiliated with this tournament. Terms for participating in and viewing Community Tournaments using Nintendo Games: https://en-americas-support.nintendo.com/app/answers/detail/a_id/63454

6:00 pm - 8:00 pm |
27
Mar

Glow n' Flow Yoga

Recreation

Unlike a typical class, practicing in near darkness makes you more cognizant of your surroundings—your brain relies on heightened awareness from senses other than vision to process sensory information in order to stay balanced. If it feels like a fit, glow for it! Come join our instructor Brindley for a fun, fluorescence flow yoga class on March 27th from 6-7pm in HPER 102. Wear your brightest Yoga gear and we will provide glow bracelets and necklaces in class and glow paint for your face if you want to. The event is free with a group fitness pass, or $5 without. Register at recportal.usu.edu under special events.

6:00 pm - 7:00 pm | HPER Building |
27
Mar

Climate Change and a Shrinking Great Salt Lake

Lecture/Readings

Years of drought, climate change and water diversions have left Great Salt Lake in a precarious position. In November 2022 the lake hit a historic low elevation, but after a record breaking winter snowpack in 2023, there is hope that the lake can rebound. Now, just over a year later, learn how the biology of Great Salt Lake is doing and what lies ahead for this troubled, but resilient body of water. Join us for this informative lecture delivered by Dr. David Parrott, sponsored by the Friends of the Merrill-Cazier Library.

7:00 pm - 8:30 pm | USU Libraries |
27
Mar

Jazz Jams

Arts/Entertainment

This concert will feature the Caine Jazz Combo along with a guest artist and jazz students from Music Department performing standard jazz tunes. The jam session is open to all and people are encouraged to bring their instrument and join in.

7:00 pm - 9:00 pm | TSC, HUB |
28
Mar

NR Week 2024

Special Event

Celebrate with the Quinney College of Natural Resources NR Week 2024! Join us next week for daily events: • Monday, March 25: Yoga on the (NR patio at Noon) • Tuesday, March 26: Tamales & Trivia (tamales served at 4:30, trivia starting at 5:30) • Wednesday, March 27: You Belong in STEM & Natural "Resourch" Science Fair (TSC International Lounge, 11 am-2 pm) • Thursday, March 28: Movie Night, Fire of Love (NR 217 at 5 pm) • Friday, March 29: Campfire & Campout (Green Canyon, 5pm) Anytime during the week you can: • Try your hand at the scavenger hunt in the Quinney Library (and win great prizes!) Visit the library desk for info. • Listen to the winners of the QCNR Podcast Contest: https://qcnr.usu.edu/college/projects/podcast-contest-2024

All Day | Natural Resources Building |
28
Mar

Moab Wilderness First Responder Course

Information/Orientation

The Wilderness First Responder (WFR) course is the standard level of medical training for professional outdoor recreation industry field staff that work multi-day, overnight trips in remote environments, military, technical rescue personnel, and those working in disaster relief. The DMM comprehensive, contextual and practical curriculum has gained popularity among outdoor enthusiasts, endurance athletes, and adventure travelers who push their boundaries in remote areas with limited resources, unreliable communication, and the potential for delayed or self-rescue. Course participants will develop strong patient assessment skills, adopt treatment tools to stabilize life-threatening conditions, and learn how to provide extended patient care in austere environments. Most importantly, this training will prepare individuals to prevent many environmental illnesses and proactively manage pre-existing conditions in the field. Individuals will also develop the confidence to professionally call in a rescue in the event of a backcountry emergency and manage the evacuation of a medical or trauma patient. Learn more at recportal.usu.edu.

All Day |
28
Mar

USU and You: Cheryl Meier

Arts/Entertainment

Tune in to USU and You this week as we sit down with Cheryl Meier of Uintah Special Service District One.

9:00 am - 9:30 am |
28
Mar

Mini Makers

Arts/Entertainment

Join us at the Nora Eccles Harrison Museum of Art as we expand our Mini Makers class, a toddler art exploration experience. Caregivers and toddlers ages 2-5 experience art through singing, playing, moving, and making. The program is free, but prior registration is required.

11:00 am - 11:45 am | Nora Eccles Harrison Museum of Art |
28
Mar

CIDI Workshop - AI in Teaching: Basics

Workshop/Training

In this workshop, we discuss the basics of generative AI tools, such as ChatGPT, as they pertain to higher education. Specifically, we'll seek to address what they are capable of and the various ways teachers can choose to approach them in their classes. We'll discuss syllabus language, AI detection tools, and ways to encourage students to think critically, use AI responsibly, and demonstrate their own capabilities. We'll also share some ideas and examples of AI as a teaching tool.

12:00 pm - 1:00 pm | Online/Virtual |
28
Mar

Lunch & Learn - Preventing Injury in the Garden

Workshop/Training

USU Be Well and Extension professor, Gabi Murza, present a lunch and learn on tips to prevent injuries while gardening. Whether you garden for work or fun, you may have experienced aches and pains afterwards that went away quickly or persisted for some time. In this session, you’ll learn how to prevent injury and minimize pain/soreness by using best practices for gardening, practicing proper posture and use of tools, and incorporating stretches into your gardening routine. Even though it’s a virtual session, you’ll be encouraged to follow along with videos showing these movements, so wear comfortable shoes! *Presentation will be recorded. Attendance and participation in this event qualify as an activity for the Be Well Rewards program.

12:00 pm - 1:00 pm | Online/Virtual |
28
Mar

Eastern Utah Women's Conference

Conference/Seminar

Workshop and activities for Community, Business, and Home lifestyles.

1:00 pm - 7:30 pm | Utah State University Eastern Campus |
28
Mar

Aetna Webinar – Building Self-Esteem in Children and Teens

Workshop/Training

Aetna, USU’s Employee Assistance Provider, presents a Resources for Living webinar. Developing a strong sense of self-esteem can enable a person to find more success in nearly all areas of life. Join us to learn how parents can help their children and teens build a healthy self-esteem at each stage of life

1:00 pm - 2:00 pm | Online/Virtual |
28
Mar

WiSTEM Social

Social/Networking

WiSTEM (Women in STEM) is a social event for women in STEM fields at USU. Please come join to come together and build a supportive community across USU faculty, staff, graduate and undergraduate students. We plan to serve light desserts, veggies with dip, fruit, and beverages.

3:00 pm - 4:00 pm | Taggart Student Center |
28
Mar

Ecology Center Spring Seminar - N. LeRoy Poff

Conference/Seminar

The second of two seminars presented by N. LeRoy Poff, Colorado State University.

4:00 pm - 5:00 pm | Life Sciences Building |
28
Mar

Internship Prep with Aggie First Scholars

Workshop/Training

With summer right around the corner, what better time than now to learn about internships! Join Aggie First Scholars and the Career Design Center for interview prep, resume/cover letter development and learning how to navigate internship opportunities.

4:30 pm - 5:30 pm | Biology & Natural Resources building |
28
Mar

Accounting Information Session

Information/Orientation

Come learn why you should consider a degree in accounting.
* High Demand
* Competitive Salaries
* Job Stability
* Career Advancement
* Versatile Skills
* Diverse Job Opportunities

4:30 pm - 5:00 pm | Huntsman Hall |
28
Mar

Principles-in-Practice Workshop Series: David Roskelley

Panel Discussion/Presentation

David is the first American to climb the "7 Summits," the highest mountain on each continent, and the "7 Volcanic Summits," the highest volcano on each continent. He is an avid mountain climber who enjoys doing difficult things.

5:00 pm - 6:00 pm | Huntsman Hall |
28
Mar

Shame-Free Sex Ed with Carlie Palmer-Webb (The Christian Sex Educator)- Sexuality for Singles

Fundraiser

Join Carlie Palmer-Webb, a sex educator with her masters in Marriage, Family, & Human Development with an emphasis in Healthy Sexuality, at a SAAVI Office fundraiser. Learn to appreciate, respect, and navigate your sexuality in a shame-free environment. All ticket sales go to the SAAVI survivor fund.

6:00 pm - 8:00 pm |
28
Mar

Weber County 4-H Gunners Club (4-H Shooting Sports)

Workshop/Training | Utah 4-H and Youth

Club focus is on -.22 rifle education. Register on ZSuite.

6:00 pm - 8:30 pm |
28
Mar

Master of Public Health (MPH) in Public Health Nutrition Virtual Open House

Information/Orientation

The College of Agriculture and Applied Sciences offers a 100% online Master of Public Health (MPH) in Public Health Nutrition. The program prepares students for leadership and administrative positions in public health and can also help students get accepted into medical or dental school and other doctorate programs. The program is holding a Virtual Open House that will include a program overview and Q&A session on March 21, 2024, from 6:30-7:30 p.m. A recording will be available afterward for individuals who register but are not able to attend live. Pre-registration is required to attend live or to obtain the recording.

6:30 pm - 7:30 pm |
28
Mar

BAP Professional Meeting

Social/Networking

Professionals from PwC will be speaking.

7:00 pm - 8:00 pm | Huntsman Hall |
28
Mar

Top Rope Night at the Climbing Wall

Recreation

Join us at the Climbing Wall at the Aggie Recreation Center for our Top Rope Nights every 2nd and 4th Thursday of the month. This free event is set to take place from 7 to 9 pm, offering a unique and exhilarating experience for climbers of all levels. Indulge in the excitement of scaling vertical walls, all while securely fastened to a top rope for a safe and enjoyable climbing session. Our skilled instructors will be on hand to provide guidance and encouragement, ensuring that both seasoned climbers and first-timers can make the most of the experience.

7:00 pm - 9:00 pm | Aggie Recreation Center (ARC) |
28
Mar

Utah Symphony, Anna Rakitina conducting

Arts/Entertainment

The Utah Symphony, known for their musical expertise and deep connection with students and education, come to the USU campus to perform a program selected by conductor Anna Rakitina. This is an amazing offer, gifted by the USU Caine College of the Arts and made available due to contributions from the Tanner Trust for Utah Universities—only $10 for the general public and FREE for USU students, faculty, and staff!

Close out Women’s History Month and join us as conductor Anna Rakitina and violinist William Hagen make their debut on our stage. Hagen, an accomplished international musician, performs Dvorák’s Violin Concerto, inspired by traditional Czech dances and sure to be felt in every limb. Sibelius’ First Symphony is consuming, closing with the passionate Quasi una fantasia (“Like a Fantasy”). Also featuring Smetana’s Šárka—based on the Czech legend of an uprising of women called “The Maiden’s War.”

Grab your tickets while they're available—this is the opportunity of the year!

FOR TICKETS:
USU Students, Faculty & Staff: Go to one of the on-campus box office locations to pick up your free tickets with your ID.
General Public: Click the "Website" link below to purchase tickets for $10.

BOX OFFICE LOCATIONS:
The Spectrum - 900 E 900 N, Logan, UT 84322
CCA Box Office - Room L101 of the Chase Fine Arts Center

8:00 pm - 10:00 pm | Chase Fine Arts Center, Daines Concert Hall |
29
Mar

NR Week 2024

Special Event

Celebrate with the Quinney College of Natural Resources NR Week 2024! Join us next week for daily events: • Monday, March 25: Yoga on the (NR patio at Noon) • Tuesday, March 26: Tamales & Trivia (tamales served at 4:30, trivia starting at 5:30) • Wednesday, March 27: You Belong in STEM & Natural "Resourch" Science Fair (TSC International Lounge, 11 am-2 pm) • Thursday, March 28: Movie Night, Fire of Love (NR 217 at 5 pm) • Friday, March 29: Campfire & Campout (Green Canyon, 5pm) Anytime during the week you can: • Try your hand at the scavenger hunt in the Quinney Library (and win great prizes!) Visit the library desk for info. • Listen to the winners of the QCNR Podcast Contest: https://qcnr.usu.edu/college/projects/podcast-contest-2024

All Day | Natural Resources Building |
29
Mar

CIDI Workshop - Importing and Updating Your Course for the New Semester

Workshop/Training

This workshop addresses how to copy content from one semester's course to another, update due dates and settings, check for problems, and make additional enhancements.

9:00 am - 10:00 am | Online/Virtual |
29
Mar

Leadership Forum: Greg and Eric Levesque

Panel Discussion/Presentation | Focused Friday

Eric Levesque, Economics, 2012, and his twin brother Greg Levesque, Economics, 2011, founded Strider Technologies, which helps organizations to protect their intellectual property against theft. The company, which counts Fortune 500 companies, research institutions, government agencies, and universities among its clients, is at the forefront of helping institutions respond to nation-state-directed IP theft and supply chain vulnerabilities.

10:30 am - 11:30 am | Huntsman Hall |
29
Mar

Squire Women in Accounting Lunch and Learn

Social/Networking | Student Recruiting

Join Squire’s Women Improving Professionally Group for an insightful Lunch & Learn session designed for female accounting students. Discover our inclusive work environment, explore career opportunities for women, participate in a Q&A session with some of our professionals, and enjoy lunch on us. Visit www.squire.com/events for more info and to RSVP.

12:00 pm - 1:00 pm |
29
Mar

Baseball vs. College of Southern Idaho

Sports

Baseball vs. College of Southern Idaho

12:00 pm - 4:00 pm |
29
Mar

LAEP Speaker Series: Todd Johnson

Lecture/Readings

Landscape Architecture’s Dimensions Speaker Bio: Todd Johnson was born in Willmar, Minnesota in 1952 into a family with two older brothers. His oldest brother Craig taught landscape architecture at USU for 42 years and suggested that Todd consider becoming a landscape architect. Todd received his Bachelor of Landscape Architecture and Environmental Planning degree from USU in 1976. After working in Calgary Alberta for four years, he moved to Boston and received a Master of Landscape Architecture degree from Harvard University. In 1984 Todd co-founded the firm Civitas with USU alum and classmates Mark Johnson and Ann Mullins. After ten years at Civitas Todd joined Design Workshop/Denver, becoming a partner, and practicing there until 2013. Teaching at Utah State has been Todd’s professional passion for the past ten years. Todd has two grown children Natalie and Sam, and a grandson named Raphael.

3:30 pm - 4:30 pm | Fine Arts Visual |
29
Mar

Shame-Free Sex Ed with Carlie Palmer-Webb (The Christian Sex Educator) - Sexuality for Couples

Fundraiser

Join Carlie Palmer-Webb, a sex educator with her master's in Marriage, Family, & Human Development with an emphasis in Healthy Sexuality, at a SAAVI Office fundraiser. Learn how to build and maintain a sexual relationship with your significant other that you absolutely adore. All ticket sales will go to the SAAVI survivor fund.

5:00 pm - 6:45 pm |
29
Mar

Kristene Murrow Sophomore Recital

Arts/Entertainment | Student Recital

Kristene Murrow's Sophomore Recital. Kristene is a student of Rebecca McFaul. The program includes works by Bach, Beethoven, and Chausson. Kristene will be accompanied by Lynn Keisker.

5:00 pm - 6:00 pm | Family Life Building |
29
Mar

March Sadness Dance

Social/Networking

Are you suffering from seasonal depression because of the long winter?
Come to the March Sadness Dance to have a good time and meet new people!
Happening in the Fieldhouse on Friday the 29th!

6:30 pm - 8:30 pm | Nelson Field House |
29
Mar

Reading Series #3: Tiny Beautiful Things

Arts/Entertainment

A celebration of the simple beauty of being human, this funny and deeply touching exploration of resilience is based on Cheryl Strayed’s journey as the beloved anonymous advice columnist for “Dear Sugar.” Over the years, thousands of people turned to Sugar for words of wisdom, compassion, and hope. At first unsure of herself, Sugar finds a way to weave her own life experiences together with the deep yearning and heartrending questions from her readers. Brilliantly adapted for the stage by Nia Vardalos, the Academy Award-nominated writer of My Big Fat Greek Wedding.

7:30 pm - 8:30 pm | Chase Fine Arts Center, Black Box Theatre |
30
Mar

Beginner Backcountry Ski Tour

Recreation

Come grab some backcountry turns with us! We will venture into the Bear River backcountry to seek out snow that you can't get to on a ski lift. Learn some of the basics of backcountry travel and safety. No backcountry experience is required but you must be comfortable riding double blue to black diamond resort terrain. Participants must be prepared for strenuous hiking. Backcountry touring skis or splitboard with skins are required and available to rent for an additional $10+tax for trip participants. NO SNOWSHOES. Trip cost includes transportation, avalanche beacon, shovel, probe and student leadership.

7:00 am - 3:00 pm |
30
Mar

Diverse Religious Site Visit SLC

Student Activities

Join us in our trip to SLC, where we'll explore places of religious significance! Previous locations have included the the beautiful Cathedral of the Madeline, Krishna Temple, and the Khadeeja Islamic Center. All are welcome to join in on this inclusive and educational journey! Please RSVP by sending a dm to our Instagram, @usuinterfaith.

We will be meeting in the entrance of the library at 8 o’clock. From there, we will carpool down. (Helping cover the cost of gas would be appreciated)

All Day |
30
Mar

Moab Wilderness First Responder Recertification

Information/Orientation

This course is designed to refresh a current WFR from a WAFA with new updates in wilderness medicine assessments and treatments based on best practices and new research, as well as updated industry standard protocols. This course prioritizes the review of foundational skills, new skills and field guidelines through hands-on scenarios, and simulations. Learn more at recportal.usu.edu

All Day |
30
Mar

Baseball vs. College of Southern Idaho

Sports

Baseball vs. College of Southern Idaho

11:00 am - 3:00 pm |
30
Mar

GENTRI: King of Kings

Arts/Entertainment

Experience the spiritual splendor of Easter with GENTRI's "King of Kings" concert at Logan's Daines Concert Hall. This Spring, transform your Easter into an occasion as festive and heartwarming as Christmas. For truly, "There would be no Christmas if there had not been Easter." Revel in the exquisite harmonies of GENTRI's beloved Hymns album and be among the first to hear their new hymns, set to release this Spring. The evening promises an ethereal blend of rich harmonies and uplifting melodies, accompanied by the magnificent American Festival Orchestra and Choir. Under the baton of the renowned Craig Jessop, prepare for an unforgettable night that encapsulates the essence of Easter's joy and reverence. Each note, each harmony, is a step towards a spiritual awakening, making this event more than just a concert - it's an Easter celebration for the soul. Don't miss this opportunity to be part of an Easter experience that blends reverence, joy, and the power of music to uplift and inspire.

2:00 pm - 4:00 pm | Chase Fine Arts Center, Daines Concert Hall |
30
Mar

Reading Series #3: Tiny Beautiful Things

Arts/Entertainment

A celebration of the simple beauty of being human, this funny and deeply touching exploration of resilience is based on Cheryl Strayed’s journey as the beloved anonymous advice columnist for “Dear Sugar.” Over the years, thousands of people turned to Sugar for words of wisdom, compassion, and hope. At first unsure of herself, Sugar finds a way to weave her own life experiences together with the deep yearning and heartrending questions from her readers. Brilliantly adapted for the stage by Nia Vardalos, the Academy Award-nominated writer of My Big Fat Greek Wedding.

7:30 pm - 8:30 pm | Chase Fine Arts Center, Black Box Theatre |
31
Mar

Moab Wilderness First Responder Recertification

Information/Orientation

This course is designed to refresh a current WFR from a WAFA with new updates in wilderness medicine assessments and treatments based on best practices and new research, as well as updated industry standard protocols. This course prioritizes the review of foundational skills, new skills and field guidelines through hands-on scenarios, and simulations. Learn more at recportal.usu.edu

All Day |
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