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Commencement Ceremony 2019

Campus caps off a stellar year by celebrating Commencement: The college of science awarded more than 350 degrees to deserving Aggie Scientists on May 2, 2019 in the Daines Concert Center on the USU Logan campus. 2019 Validictorian Jesse Steadman addressed students and talked about his transformative time at USU and hopes for the future.







USU Ecologist Receives DOE Grant to Study Soil's Role in Carbon Cycle

Utah State University ecologist Bonnie Waring heads one of seven projects chosen nationally by competitive peer review for a U.S. Department of Energy Terrestrial Ecological Sciences grant. Waring receives a two-year, $295,967 award to fund her project...

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App for That: Teens Learn to Code at USU Summer Camp

What’s the first thought that comes to mind when you envision a computer programmer? A nerdy keyboard geek, probably white and male, holed up behind a computer screen in a dark basement? Citing findings from studies published last year, Utah State University...

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USU Researchers Use CRISPR to Advance Synthetic Spider Silk Manufacture

Spider silk is an engineer’s dream material. Lightweight, strong, elastic and biocompatible, it’s an ideal building block for a myriad of applications, including medical implants, body armor and vehicle components. But trying to farm spiders, which eat each other...

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