Friday, April 13, 2018
12 – 1 p.m.
Library South Atrium

Ignite is Utah State University’s premiere student speaking event. Each April during Research Week, graduate and undergraduate students share the stories behind their research in fast-paced, dynamic talks paired with slides that auto-advance every 15 seconds.



Scroll down to see this year’s Ignite videos.

Keith Buswell – Clips of Culture from the Barber’s Chair

Paul Consalvo – Unclogging Data in Residential Toilet Water Usage

Bethany Jensen – Harmful Algal Blooms: Engineering Solutions to a Growing Problem

Gabriela Judd – Ecological Strength in Diversity

Michelle Parker – With or Without Fry, Unique Voices Are In

Kirtan Patel – A Tailor Weaves His Community

Tatiana Soboleva – Carbon Monoxide: Friend or Foe?

Pono Suganuma – Let’s Say Aloha to Hawaiian Stories in Film