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Through the Years: R. Gaurth Hansen, PhD (1920-2002).

In Gaurth's Steps

Renowned biochemist R. Gaurth Hansen fosters enduring legacy of USU scholars tackling global challenges

Feature Stories

USU alum Carl Wittwer, right, with wife and fellow scientist Noriko Kusukawa

Faster Results

Pioneering Aggie Alum Retires from Renowned Utah-based Diagnostics Research Lab.

USU Data Scientist Spencer Perry

By the Numbers

USU Data Scientists Chase Respiratory Illness Outbreaks, Including the Current COVID-19 Pandemic.

Scott Bernhardt discusses the USU Industrial Hygiene program

Alumni on Pandemic’s Frontlines

USU Alumni Serve as Investigators and Leaders During the Worldwide Pandemic

A mural in Shiprock, New Mexico urging community members to 'stay safe, stay strong'.

Finding the Right Chemistry

First-Generation College Student MaLaura Creager BS’12 Pursues Rewarding Career Amid Pandemic Challenges.

Alan Rockwood, PhD’1981, left, and Brenda Suh-Lailam, PhD’2011

USU Chemistry Names 2020 Alumni Awardees

Alumni Brenda Suh-Lailam and Alan Rockwood Receive 2020 Alumni Achievement Awards.

Clockwise from top left, Aggie scientists Matt Yim, Hannah Domgaard, Dean Maura Hagan and Monica Borghi were among participants in the 2020 virtual Hansen Life Sciences Retreat Sept. 18-19. The annual gathering honors the late R. Gaurth Hansen.

"We're Resilient"

Hansen Life Sciences Retreat Marks 10th Year with Online Event.

USU College of Science alum Morgan Summers (BS’11)

Reflections on Racism

Fall 2020 Guest Columnist Morgan Summers (BS'11) shares perspective on racism and bias.

The new entrance of the BNR

Coming to Life Redux

Biology-Natural Resources Building Renovations Complete.

Lori Hennigan, senior director of development for the College of Science

Aggie Generosity Builds Student Hardship Fund

Aggies from around the world supported areas of impact across the university.

Dr. Maura Hagan, Dean of the Utah State University College of Science

From the Dean

Dr. Maura Hagan reflects on themes from the Fall 2020 issue of Discovery.