About 100 Latinx high schoolers sharpened their leadership skills and got a taste for college life during an overnight camp at Utah State's Logan campus this week.
USU's Latinx Cultural Center partnered with Latinos in Action to host a bootcamp for northern Utah high school LIA leaders.
Although sexist comments and remarks are prevalent and normalized in daily settings and conversations worldwide, a recent study by the Utah State University Utah Women & Leadership Project sought to understand Utah women's specific experiences.
Series: USU Pride: How Faculty, Staff and Students are Involved with LGBTQIA+ Research and Projects
To celebrate Pride Month in June, Utah State Today is highlighting university employees and students who are conducting research, academic pursuits and other projects related to or that benefit the LGBTQIA+ community.
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