With the state of Utah facing drought conditions for another year, Utah State University Eastern is engaged in significant efforts to conserve water.
For a limited time only, the Prehistoric Museum at USU Eastern in Price will host a special exhibit: "Horns & Tusks: Ceratopsians and the Evolution of Bizarre Headgear."
Utah State University's efforts in the protection of human research participants have been recognized once again by the Association for the Accreditation of Human Research Protection Programs with full accreditation.
USU Executive Vice President and Provost Francis D. Galey has announced his retirement, effective June 30, 2022.
Diana Meter studies bullying and the benefits and consequences of being an upstander. She explains the science of bullying and how to create safer schools for all students.
Keeping water-wise landscaping principles in mind as we design, install and manage our landscapes can help conserve a great deal of water.
When you were in college, did you go to a football game? Live on campus in a residence hall? These are some of the aggregate data points from the Center of Student Analytics to determine what factors lead to student success.
The NCAA released its annual Division I Academic Progress Rate scores this week and all 16 of Utah State's athletic programs exceeded the 930 four-year benchmark set by the NCAA to qualify for postseason competition.
Utah State University student Aubreyona Migliori has been named a finalist in for a national nutritional science award.
The Utah Women & Leadership Project at Utah State University has released a report on the status and conditions of Latina and Hispanic women in the state.
Runners Michael McKnight and Jenn Barker demonstrated Aggie persistence in their responses to serious injury.
A few USU students are spending this summer hiking the precipitously steep 1.5 miles to Timpanogos Cave … almost every day.
Engineering professor and director of the Utah Water Research Laboratory David Tarboton received the 2020 David R. Maidment Award.