Utah's first poet laureate, David Lee, was invited to Utah State University's Logan campus to share his work with students and the community as part of the now-annual Ken Brewer Festival of Writing, sponsored by the Department of English.
Utah State will have several events throughout the month of October to show support for survivors of domestic violence and educate campus communities.
Assistant Professor of Mechanical & Aerospace Engineering Haoran Wang has been granted nearly $250,000 by the National Science Foundation for his research on new lithium battery designs.
Every fall, USU's Cache Community Gleaning program and its teams of volunteers set to work harvesting produce that otherwise might be wasted or left to rot.
Utah State University is celebrating LGBTQIA+ History Month with a full slate of new events and returning traditions.
This year, the Institute celebrates its 50th anniversary and five decades of growth in the disability field.
Utah State University Campus Recreation will host its second annual Turkey Trot 5K fun run and walk at 5:30 p.m., Friday, Nov. 11.
Researchers at USU's Utah Women & Leadership Project partnered with the Women's Business Center of Utah to revisit a 1997 survey on challenges and opportunities for women-owned businesses in the state.
The Great Salt Lake is getting salty beyond even the tolerance of brine shrimp and brine flies, according to USU researchers.
In partnership with 20 organizations and agencies, Utah State University Extension co-sponsors the 4th Free Roaming Equids and Ecosystem Sustainability (FREES) Summit Oct. 12-14 in St. George, Utah.
Extension recently received a $500,000 grant to fund a two-year program that trains rural Utah residents as technology sales professionals who can work remotely for MarketStar.
"Utah's Sweetest Tradition: 100 Years of Aggie Creamery," a small exhibit outlining the history of the Aggie Creamery, will be on display next to the atrium of the Merrill-Cazier Library until mid December.
This year's Leonard J. Arrington Mormon History Lecture will explore "Historical Archaeology and the Latter-day Saint Past" at 7 p.m. Oct. 13. It will be in the Russell/Wanlass Performance Hall and is free and open to the public.
The College of Humanities and Social Sciences has created a new fund to help Utah State University students take advantage of learning outside of the classroom.