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May 16-19, 2022
Utah State University
Logan, Utah

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Founded in 1888, Utah State University was situated in the scenic Logan City, Utah and has evolved from a small Agricultural College to a thriving land-grant research university respected around the world. USU has nine colleges that offer bachelor, master and doctoral degrees in a diversity of academic programs. In fact, USU is the #5 public university in the nation in “National Universities Rankings 2017” by Washington Monthly (2017).
At the College of Agricultural and Applied Sciences, researchers provide the essential research and discovery that address questions such as feeding a growing population, addressing a changing climate and developing sustainable practices with our given resources. The Utah Agricultural Experiment Station is part of a network of researchers and facilities at the nation’s land-grant universities and is committed to improving agriculture and natural resources for the people of Utah. Experiment station research provides the science-based information used by Extension specialists and agents to assist people in every state in the nation.
Logan area is known for its outdoor recreation opportunities: camping, fishing, mountain biking, boating, and hiking. USU is just minutes from two mountain ranges and within a half-day's drive of six national parks, including Yellowstone and Arches. Utah State University provides big-school opportunities with a small-school feel, and all for a great value.