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USU Hosts Activities During Annual Girls in Aviation Day

Local girls from across Cache Valley may have gotten some inspiration to take flight as a part of Utah State University’s annual Girls in Aviation Day. USU student journalist Noah Giles explores what activities were available for the kids and why USU feel...

USU Aviation Teams Up With Horizon Air

USU’s Aviation Technology program is hosting an Aviation Career Conference this week, including a 1 p.m. event Thursday in the Taggart Student Center when Horizon Airlines will announce a partnership with USU, the school agreeing to provide pilots for the...

Drone headquarters of Utah

“In the next three to five years, Price will be the drone headquarters of Utah,” says Shawn “BW” Barstow, lecturer of Aviation Technology at Utah State University Eastern.

Aviation Students Win Intermountain Competition

Representing the career skills taught in Utah State University’s Department of Aviation and Technical Education, three students in the aviation maintenance program won this year’s Intermountain West Airframe and Powerplant School Competition.

Drones at USU

Engineering undergrad Kevin Plaizier won $25,000 for designing a drone. He's been an active member of the AggieAir program for over two years and has been flying drones since high school.

Become a Helicopter Pilot at USU

Students will train in R22 Beta II, R44 Raven II, and a flight training simulator. Possible career paths could include scenic tours, EMS, aerial firefighting, wildlife study, and more.

USU and SkyWest announce New Career Pathway Program

The Utah State University aviation program is partnering with SkyWest Airlines to open new pathways into the aviation industry. Students will have access to mentorships and a $15,000 tuition reimbursement after the initial operating training.