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Bringing the Universe to at Rural Utah Classroom

Bringing the Universe to a Rural Utah Classroom

High School Science Teacher Debbie Morgan ‘02 Fosters Connections

About this Issue

Dean Maura Hagan with College of Science Ambassadors

From the Dean

Dean Maura Hagan introduces our Spring 2018 'Year of the Arts' edition of Discovery.

Feature Stories

University of Florida faculty member and Aggie alum Zack Brym (Ecology, PhD’16)

Dancing My PhD

Zack Brym (PhD’16, Ecology) reflects on the intersection of art and science

Alum Sylvain Sardy (MS’91 Mathematics, MS’92 Statistics), associate professor at Switzerland’s University of Geneva, skies in the Jura Mountains, just miles from his home.

Smooth Sailing

Aggie telemark enthusiast, University of Geneva faculty member Sylvain Sardy recalls USU experiences

USU physicist Rob Davies, left, with the Fry Street Quartet, during a presentation of The Crossroads Project.

The Crossroads Project

Arts connect us to critical science information says USU Physics alum, faculty member Rob Davies

USU alum Sudipta Shaw at Benson Marina in Cache Valley, Utah, in 2015.

A Bird’s-Eye View

Biochemistry alum Sudipta Shaw ‘17 PhD, captures his love of wildlife with photography

Geologist Kelly Bradbury, research assistant professor in the USU Department of Geology

Yoga and Geology

Geology alum Kelly Bradbury talks about combining passions and "Paying Attention to Nature"

Employees of Jacobsen Construction company place the final steel beam, adorned with an 'Aggie Blue' evergreen tree and U.S. flag, at the top of USU’s new Life Sciences Building in a ‘topping off’ ceremony Dec. 12, 2017.

Coming to Life

“Topping Off”: New Life Sciences Building Hits Important Milestone

Artist Amy Landesberg experimented with several glassmaking techniques before finding the right method for her work, Surface Tension, which will be installed in the new Life Sciences Building.

The ‘Work’ of Art

Creative Efforts Progress in Tandem with Construction

Physics Professor David Peak and Sociology Professor Terry Peak

Do Androids Dream of Electric Art?

Physics Professor David Peak asks why people create art

Peter Ellis, center, with his family, from left, daughter Karen Teuscher, wife Ann Ellis and daughters Sandra Fernandez and Nancy Guthrie at the College of Science's Fall Convocation in October 2017

In Loving Memory of Peter Maring Ellis

Our College of Science's Director of Development reflects on the life of a philanthropist

'Powers of 10' is our Science Unwrapped theme for the 2018-2019 academic year

Powers of 10

Celebrate the 10th Anniversary of Science Unwrapped with science learning fun