Graduate Student Spotlight

Utah State University scholars live more; they exemplify extraordinary academic achievement and apply their skills to better the university and surrounding communities. Examples of academic life intersecting with personal life, they continually challenge themselves by sharing their research in new ways, demonstrating a passion for innovation and the desire for a rich graduate school experience. Learn how our graduate students live more by clicking on a photo below.

Forrest Schoessow: Geography’s foot-soldier

Forrest Schoessow: Geography's foot-soldier Forrest Schoessow said being trained to write like a scientist makes it hard to write about yourself. But we have no problem writing about him because there is so much to [...]

March 10th, 2017|

The importance of being involved!

The importance of being involved! On March 3, Anuj Khasgiwala sat in the Sunburst Lounge of the Taggart Student Center and listened as the 2017-2018 Utah State University Student Association (USUSA) elected officials were announced. [...]

March 9th, 2017|

Mikey Kettinger: Interactive artist

Mikey Kettinger: Interactive artist USU graduate student, Mikey Kettinger does not view art the same way most artists do. To him, art is not about making money or showing your personal talents, but it’s about [...]

November 3rd, 2016|

USU alum receives assistant professor position straight out of graduation

USU alum receives assistant professor position straight out of graduation A first generation college student, a Presidential Doctoral Research Fellow, and recipient of the Doctoral Researcher of the Year award for the College of Engineering, these are [...]

July 11th, 2016|

‘I want time for mushrooms.’

'I want time for mushrooms.' Leslie Forero is wild about mushrooms. And that makes sense, considering her study of things beneath our feet. Forero is a Presidential Doctoral Research Fellow in the S.J. & [...]

June 23rd, 2016|

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