A recently released report by the Utah Women & Leadership Project sought to better understand the gender-related risks of suicide to help protect Utah girls and women.
USU's Beaver Ecology & Relocation Center works with ranchers and land managers who are increasingly seeing the benefits of offering their streams as beaver habitat.
"Unearthed: The NEHMA Ceramics Collection & The Woman Behind It" highlights 292 ceramic works of art from the Nora Eccles Harrison Museum of Art's collection.
The Utah Climate Center has reviewed a study from 2012 and has found increasingly dangerous trends for Utah's water availability.
USU Professor HJ François Dengah II will conduct a three-year project looking at the impact of gender roles and family life on an individual's health.
Throughout the early stages of the Utah State University CARE office's operations during the COVID-19 pandemic, the office served students diligently in its digital setting. Now, the office has an official space inside the Taggart Student Center.
Utah State University's Val R. Christensen Service Center, in partnership with the American Red Cross, will host the annual Blood Battle, a blood drive competition between USU and Weber State University.
The greatest diversity of life is not counted in the number of species, says Utah State University evolutionary geneticist Zachariah Gompert, but in the diversity of interactions among them.
Pi Sigma Alpha, Utah State University's political science honors society, has been named the best chapter in the nation.
Advancing social mobility helped lead to Utah State University being selected as the No. 8 public university and No. 22 among all national universities in the Washington Monthly 2022 National University Rankings released this week.
Associate professor of biological engineering Elizabeth Vargis received the Undergraduate Research Mentor of the Year Award.
Utah State University Libraries hosted a Library After Hours event for first-year Connections students on Friday. The event was one of the most attended event the Merrill-Cazier Library has seen in its history.
Greg Madden will share his research on impulsive decision-making at the next Blue Plate Research, titled "Impulsivity, Poor Decisions, and What To Do About It."
Utah State University Engineering Professor and Associate Dean Rose Hu has been elected to the board of directors for the American Society for Engineering Education's Engineering Research Council, known as ASEE ERC.
Persistence and shedding fear of failure are keys to achieving academic success and an enriching journey at Utah State University, say College of Science scholars.