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Logan Hager

Grant & Contract Administrator
435-797-1232
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US Dept. of Ed. – G5 System Down Nov. 19 – 24

US Dept. of Ed. - G5 System Down Nov. 19 - 24 The U.S. Department of Education (Department) will be upgrading the G5 Grants Management System production application. The G5 System will be unavailable for all activities, including the drawdown of payments, from 9:00 p.m. Eastern standard time (EST), Wednesday, November 19, 2014, until 6:00 [...]

Students: Close out your research before you graduate

Students: Close out your research before you graduate Graduate students who have been engaged in human subjects research and will be graduating this semester need to properly close out their research with the Institutional Review Board. “It’s much easier for students to submit the necessary information while they are still on campus,” said True Rubal, [...]

Graduate Fellowship and Scholarship Deadlines Approaching

Graduate Fellowship and Scholarship Deadlines Approaching USU’s School of Graduate Studies is offering a number of fellowships and scholarships for the 2012-2013 academic year. Apr. 2 is the deadline for the Dr. Dinesh and Kalpana Patel Graduate Fellowship, the Martin Luther King Fellowship, and the School of Graduate Studies Dissertation Fellowship. The Dr. Dinesh and [...]

New Presidential Doctoral Research Fellows program announced for 2012-2013

New Presidential Doctoral Research Fellows program announced for 2012-2013 USU’s Office of Research and Graduate Studies will be instituting a new program to increase the university’s national and international reputation for high quality graduate research and mentoring. Ten Presidential Doctoral Research Fellowships will be awarded to incoming doctoral students for the 2012-2013 academic year. “Attracting [...]

Spider Silk: An Innovative Material Stronger Than Steel and Stretchier Than Nylon

Spider Silk: An Innovative Material Stronger Than Steel and Stretchier Than Nylon What:  USU Sunrise Session Research Breakfast “Spider Silk: An Ancient Biomaterial for the Future” Speaker:  Randy Lewis, USTAR Professor of Biology When: Friday, January 20 7:30-9:00 a.m. Where:  Little America Hotel 500 S. Main, Salt Lake City Spider silk has many potential [...]

Grant-writing workshop fills to capacity, inspires USU faculty attendees

Grant-writing workshop fills to capacity, inspires USU faculty attendees Last month, USU’s Office of Research and Graduate Studies and the Proposal Development division sponsored an exclusive, one-day workshop to help faculty members develop their proposal writing techniques. Spots for “Write Winning Grants,” a nationally acclaimed program, filled within just a few days of opening registration [...]

URCO Grants Yield Research Solutions for Students

URCO Grants Yield Research Solutions for Students A record number of applications for Undergraduate Research and Creative Opportunity (URCO) grants were received by several of Utah State’s colleges this fall. The Caine College of the Arts, the College of Agriculture, and the College of Science all received record numbers of applications, together totaling 29 –an [...]

Water – The Fickle Finger of Fate in the Middle East

Water – The Fickle Finger of Fate in the Middle East  October 25, 2011 3:30 pm to 5:00 pm Merrill-Cazier Library Rm 101 The topic of our upcoming International Lecture Series will be: “Water: The Fickle Finger of Fate in the Middle East – Recent 'Water' Lessons from Iraq” presented by Dr. Wynn Walker, [...]

USU Students Receive Fellowships from Utah Humanities Council

USU Students Receive Fellowships from Utah Humanities Council Two USU students received grants from the Utah Humanities Council. Two students from Utah State University were recently awarded research fellowships from the Utah Humanities Council. John Brumbaugh, a graduate student studying History with with faculty advisor Victoria Grieve, was awarded $2000 for “Return to Anti-Mormonism—Frederick [...]