Single Moms to Communal Living: USU Biologist Probes Evolution of Bees
When thinking of bees, especially here in the Beehive State, images of a busy hive inhabited by an imposing queen bee and her specialized minions come to mind. But not all bees live in cooperative harmony.
Former Dean of Science Receives Outstanding Graduate Mentor Award
James MacMahon, trustee professor of biology and former dean of the College of Science, is Utah State University’s 2015 Outstanding Graduate Mentor of the Year.
USU Inaugural Professor Recounts 30 Years of 'Chasing Cats and Dogs'
Among the first books Utah State University wildlife biologist Eric Gese acquired for his personal library, at the ripe old age of 11, was The Voice of the Coyote by Texan folklorist J. Frank Dobie.
USU Inaugural Professor Karen Beard "Don't Believe You Can't Save the World
Utah State University professor Karen Beard believes every research project you pursue should have people asking, “You did what?!?”