It's snack time! USU students used their creativity, food science knowledge and a lot of work to win the Institute of Food Technologists Smart Snacks for Kids competition.
USU’s statewide campuses offer programs to fill the demand for healthcare practitioners with a range of training, including medical assistants, certified nursing assistants, emergency medical technicians, medical laboratory technicians, pharmacy technicians, phlebotomists, and surgical technicians. The programs are part of the Department of Aviation and Technical Education’s focus on teaching skills that are needed in communities throughout the state and region.
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Leon Leavitt didn't earn a degree in dairy science to launch a career in agricultural communication but his company, Progressing Publishing, now produces six magazines in multiple languages for readers in farming communities in the U.S. and Canada
Heloisa Rutigliano discovered her passion for teaching as a graduate teaching assistant. Now this outstanding assistant professor in USU's School of Veterinary Medicine has been recognized as the university's teacher of the year.
Two Utah Veterinary Diagnostic Laboratory leaders and USU School of Veterinary Medicine faculty members were honored by the Utah Veterinary Medical Association. Jane Kelly was chosen as the president-elect of the UVMA and Thomas Baldwin was named the Utah Veterinarian of the Year.
A space has been named to honor Professor A.A. Heravi, a pioneer of scientific farming in Iran. The atrium’s naming recognizes just one of the many generous gifts alumnus Mehdi Heravi has given across many programs and departments at Utah State University.
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Flora was a busy and popular student at the Utah Agricultural College. She was an excellent tennis player and president of the Girls Athletic Club. She was involved in theater and student government and was easy to spot around town and on campus because she had her own car.
Following many weeks of creative collaboration and countless hours of work in the design studio, three LAEP students and their two teammates at the U of U were recently named winners of the 2021 Utah Real Estate Challenge and claimed the contest’s $20,000 grand prize.
Teaching technical skills that prepare graduates for “industrial vocations” wasn’t just a good idea in 1862. A recent report on the country’s job growth and education requirements concluded that 30% of job openings require some college or an associate’s degree.