Past Issue Articles
Bugbee is a professor of plant physiology and Seefeldt a professor of biochemistry at Utah State University and both are involved in NASA-funded research aimed at long-term space exploration on Mars.
USU’s Western Equestrian Team has been a top competitor in the region for more than a decade. Until now, there hasn’t been a team in the region with the facilities or access to enough show-quality horses to host this caliber of event.
The U.S. Environmental Protection (EPA) announced that a group of students from Utah State University have won third place in the annual Campus RainWorks Challenge. The group competed against 39 other teams from across the nation.
USU’s Advisor of the Year, Kaylee Roholt, tells of helping students navigate college and how she discovered her own why.
Utah State University Extension’s Ride Utah! program for military veterans is proving to be successful just 4 years since its creation. Veterans and their families learn how to work with horses and often benefit from the therapeutic effects of being in the saddle
When Ray Wheeler arrived in Utah to do graduate work in plant ecology, he had a fascination with plants, a love of science and discovery, and no aspirations to be part of the U.S. space program. But that changed when he was introduced the NASA space research community at USU.
Vineyards in Dammeron Valley?
Mark and Mary Bold have family and emotional ties to the area and are investing their money, labor and energy in the belief that the special qualities of southern Utah can become part of a new grape-growing region.
On Collaboration and Creativity
Founded 15 years ago, the LAEP Alumni Board sought to define its mission.
Almnus Helps Students Succeed at Real Estate Competition
Kurt Altvater, now a senior vice president of CBRE Capital Markets decided the competition would be the perfect opportunity for current students at USU.
Day in the Life of CAAS
Days begin early and finish late in our College. If you account for students who are studying abroad and faculty who collaborate with researchers around the world, the sun never really sets on CAAS.
Doc McKinnon Still on the Job
Recognized for his work as an outstanding large animal veterinarian, he has been coined with the name Doc.
Winner of National Welder Competition is CAAS Student at USU Eastern
After four days of nonstop welding, Chandler Vincent was named the USA WorldSkills welding champion, a feat never achieved by anyone from USU Eastern.