What is Blue Plate Research?

Blue Plate Research is an event series from Utah State University that is focused on sharing easy-to-understand well-being research with Utah health advocates, statewide stakeholders, and the public.

What is the series like?

The events will be hosted virtually, with a presentation on YouTube that features our presenters sharing their research and how it's applicable to the everyday lives of people in Utah, followed by a live question and answer session with those presenters hosted on Zoom. The presentation portion will be between 20-30 minutes, while the panel will run anywhere from 30 minutes to an hour.

Why should I attend?

Health and well-being is a top issue of concern among Utah citizens and leaders, but finding reliable perspectives on these key issues can be challenging. As the state's only land-grant institution, Utah State University has a mandate and responsibility to share data-driven discoveries with the general public. At Blue Plate Research you'll receive tools and insights on Utah's health and well-being that aren't overly-hyped and marketed, but are real and usable.




Upcoming Events

January 13
Dr. Diana Meter, Assistant Professor in the Department of Human Development and Family Studies in the Emma Eccles Jones College Education at USU.

June 7
Dr. Sara Freeman, Assistant Professor in USU's Department of Biology

September 16
Dr. Greg Madden, a professor and researcher in USU's Department of Psychology, specifically the Behavioral Analysis Program.

Instead Podcast

If you're interested in more research stories from Utah State University, check out the Instead podcast, available wherever you get your podcasts. Produced by the USU Office of Research, INSTEAD highlights researchers, their stories, and the impact their work is having in 30-minute conversations.

Episodes typically feature presenters from our upcoming events or other researchers who are knowledgeable about trending topics.