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Students from Utah State University’s College of Agriculture and Applied Sciences (CAAS) were recently honored with the “A” pin, one of USU’s oldest and most prestigious awards for scholarship and academics.
Megan Jensen, Alicia Kunzler, Brennan McEwan, Kaylie Moyes, Nichole Peterson and Cameron Whitaker attended a breakfast to celebrate their accomplishment. They were joined by Ken White, dean of CAAS; Brian Warnick, associate dean of CAAS; and their individual department heads and advisors.
"Landscape Architecture and Environmental Planning students at Utah State University have plans to bring the classroom to the outdoors as a “field studio” complete with classrooms, gardens, an observation tower, an amphitheater and event space.
Once complete, the field studio on 1400 North in Logan will be the only facility of its kind at any of the 80-plus similar programs in North America, according to Sean Michael, head of the LAEP department." - Herald Journal