USU students rally around research Although Utah State University may not be Utah’s largest university, it boasts its share of student research that takes place campus-wide. Five students share their love for research and their discoveries being made. Nothing fishy about it Senior Kate Fisher’s research efforts with Drs. Chris Luecke and Phaedra Budy of [...]
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Announcing the availability of Lucidchart Information Technology is pleased to announce the availability of Lucidchart to all faculty, staff, and students at Utah State University. Lucidchart is a visual collaboration tool that is now freely available to all USU faculty, students and staff. Easily create flowcharts, mockups, UML diagrams, mind maps and more directly from [...]
Utah State will host the 7th Annual Utah Conference on Undergraduate Research in February The seventh annual Utah Conference on Undergraduate Research (UCUR) will be held at Utah State University on February 22, 2013. The conference, modeled after the National Conference on Undergraduate Research, is designed to showcase the best undergraduate work from students all [...]
USU undergraduates present research on Capitol Hill On January 31, 26 USU undergraduates will present their research at the state capitol, along with students from the University of Utah. They will share their research with legislators at Research on Capitol Hill, an annual celebration of undergraduate research. “Utah State encourages students to start participating in [...]
An easy-to-use survey tool is now available for USU faculty, staff and students free-of-charge USU’s Office of Research and Graduate Studies is holding an introductory workshop on Qualtrics, an easy-to-use free survey tool now available for USU faculty, staff, students. The workshop will be held on February 19, 11 a.m. at the Distance Education (DE) [...]
Unraveling the mysteries surrounding American asylums Austin LaBau recently traveled to New York to conduct research on mental illness and mental institutions of the 19th century. With assistance from USU's new Summer Undergraduate Research and Creative Opportunity (SURCO) program, he is currently putting together a social history of New York City’s asylums, which provides [...]
Abstract submission open for spring presentation opportuntities USU undergraduates are invited to submit research abstracts for five presentation opportunities held Jan.-Apr. next year: UCUR - Utah Conference on Undergraduate Research Every year one of the institutions of higher education hosts the Utah Conference on Undergraduate Research. This year, Utah State University is hosting! The conference [...]
USU students to attend national political conventions Two USU students, Briana Bowen and Lindsay McBride, will represent USU at the Democratic National Convention and Republican National Convention, respectively. Both Bowen and McBride are in the Honors program at USU and were selected as a preparatory experience for applying for the prestigious Truman Scholarship, which [...]
Students benefit from SURCO support The Summer Undergraduate Research and Creative Opportunity Grant program has enabled more undergraduates to pursue their research interests. “We figured that there would be a fairly strong demand for this program, but we did not expect the exceptionally high demand we eventually saw,” said Scott Bates, associate vice president for [...]
Engineering student presents research in India USU engineering student Mitch Dabling presented his research paper at the International Workshop on Piano Key Weir for In-Stream Storage and Dam Safety in Delhi, India last week. "It is extremely warm here, but I am really enjoying this trip thus far," Dabling wrote from India on May 28. [...]