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ACT-ing on Self-Help with Dr. Michael Levin

ACT-ing on Self-Help with Dr. Michael Levin Michael Levin is a associate professor in the Department of Psychology at Utah State University and a leading ACT researcher. In the episode below we discuss his work on how to translate the skills that people typically learn in traditional, therapist-guided ACT into [...]

ACT-ing on Self-Help with Dr. Michael Levin2020-06-16T17:25:28+00:00

A Bit of Utah’s Urban History, With Dr. Lawrence Culver

A Bit of Utah's Urban History, With Dr. Lawrence Culver Dr. Lawrence Culver is an assistant professor of History at Utah State University with research in the United States’ southwest borderlands; the American West; cultural, environmental and urban history. Culver has gained recognition as the country’s top historian by the [...]

A Bit of Utah’s Urban History, With Dr. Lawrence Culver2020-06-16T17:26:31+00:00

Looking Out for the Quaking Aspen with Dr. Paul Rogers

Looking Out for the Quaking Aspen with Dr. Paul Rogers Where there are aspens there is Dr. Paul Rogers too. Dr. Paul Rogers is a faculty member in the Wildland Resources Department at Utah State University and Director of the Western Aspen Alliance, a “venture between Utah State University’s College [...]

Looking Out for the Quaking Aspen with Dr. Paul Rogers2020-06-16T17:27:22+00:00

Digging in to where we are with Dr. Courtney Flint

Digging in to where we are with Dr. Courtney Flint For the last seven years, Dr. Flint has been a researcher and professor in the Sociology Department here at USU. Now she is in an extension role doing research and has done a "swan dive" into the land-grant mission. Her [...]

Digging in to where we are with Dr. Courtney Flint2020-07-23T18:46:58+00:00

2018 Research on Capitol Hill

This month, undergraduate students from Utah State University and the University of Utah will present their research to Utah legislators at Research on Capitol Hill. This event is held every year to celebrate the best of undergraduate research from the state's two premier research institutions. The event will take place on February 28 in the [...]

2018 Research on Capitol Hill2018-10-27T03:30:00+00:00

Utah State University Gears Up for TEDxUSU 2017

The Office of Research and Graduate Studies at Utah State University is pleased to present its sixth TEDxUSU event on Friday, Oct. 27 from 6-9:30 p.m. in the newly-renovated Daines Concert Hall. This year’s theme is Movement and will include 11 speakers. Ticket sales open Sept. 20. The theme for TEDxUSU 2017 is Movement [...]

Utah State University Gears Up for TEDxUSU 20172018-10-27T03:30:00+00:00

David and Terry Peak Expand Funding Support for Research Awards

In 2007, the David and Terry Peak Outstanding Undergraduate Research Award was established through a large endowment from the Peaks. This enables an undergraduate researcher to be recognized for their dedication to research at Utah State. In January, the Peaks created a larger endowment to fund two awards on campus: Undergraduate Research Mentor of the Year and the Joyce Kinkead honors thesis [...]

David and Terry Peak Expand Funding Support for Research Awards2018-10-27T03:30:01+00:00

Stephanie Juth Receives Eye Tracking Training in Sweden

Stephanie Juth, a P.h.D. student in the School of Teacher Education and Leadership in the Emma Eccles Jones College of Education and Human Services, recently traveled to Sweden to receive training on the SensoMotoric Instruments (SMI) Eye Tracking machine. Students working on an SMI EyeTracking machine. This machine is new to Utah State, [...]

Stephanie Juth Receives Eye Tracking Training in Sweden2018-10-27T03:30:01+00:00

USU Professor Receives Prestigious Career Grant

Nicholas Dickenson, assistant professor in the Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry, is the recipient of the National Institutes of Health (NIH) K22 Career Development Award. Nicholas Dickenson, professor in the Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry Each year, this award is given to a promising researcher to develop their independent research skills and provide resources for a successful career. Funding from the [...]

USU Professor Receives Prestigious Career Grant2018-10-27T03:30:01+00:00

Researchers honored at Robins Awards

Utah State University's 13th annual Research Week concluded Saturday with students and faculty being recognized for their research efforts at the Robins Awards. Five researchers were honored, including Margaret Hallerud, Salif Mahamane, Sherena Huntsman, Jaqueline Keating and Silvana Martini. USU Ignite speaker and undergraduate in the S.J. & Jessie E. Quinney College of Natural Resources, [...]

Researchers honored at Robins Awards2018-10-27T03:30:01+00:00