Utah State University undergraduate Canyon Bryson put a lot of thought into two seemingly disparate STEM activities designed to introduce high school students to basic science and engineering concepts.
This is where Aggies make an impact
The Center for Community Engagement develops active citizens through community engagement and scholarship. We empower students to explore civic identity, develop leadership skills, and address community-identified needs, locally and around the world.
2021-2022 Academic Year Annual Report
Even in the midst of worst public health crisis in a generation, CCE staff, students, faculty, and community partners upheld USU’s community engagement and land-grant mission. This annual report showcases the innovative and collaborative nature of CCE programs through this past year.Annual Report
CCE works with local, regional, national, and international partners to tackle critical issues identified by the community. Partnerships with organizations that understand the needs of their communities are vitally important.
Aggies who participate in community-engaged learning graduate as citizen scholars equipped to help transform communities in the state, country, and world. Faculty help make these connections happen by offering Community-Engaged Learning courses.
CCE aims to provide every USU student with opportunities to find their passion, apply their education, and make a positive and meaningful contribution to the greater community through service and civic engagement.