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Incoming Description“The program is designed to expose students to the breadth of STEM research and studies beyond the Blanding campus and instill confidence in these students as they progress in their academic paths on a larger campus,” says Emily Sadler, a program coordinator and Biology doctoral student.

The undergrads spent six weeks in Logan and participated in research projects ranging from electrochemical water splitting to thermochronology of Utah’s Wasatch Fault to exploration of the Earth’s mesosphere with USU’s “Green Beam” lidar.

This past summer, 23 students from USU Eastern’s Blanding campus participated in the 2016 Native American STEM Mentorship Program on USU’s Logan campus. The gathering was the second year of a two-year pilot program funded by the national Native American-Serving Nontribal Institutions initiative.