It’s the interconnectedness of species and environments that captures the attention of ecologist and outdoor enthusiast Ryan Choi. The Postdoctoral Research Fellow at Utah State University finds excitement in the understanding of how things interact with one another, and how systems work together.
Nov 24, 2015
Nov 23, 2015
It’s long been believed that all the energy affecting Earth’s uppermost atmosphere solely comes down from the sun. USU researchers, Mike Taylor and Dominique Pautet’s, study of gravity waves suggests otherwise.
Melissa Tehee, assistant professor of psychology, was awarded a Native Investigators Development Program award in addition to participation in the competitive GUMSHOE program.
The Office of Research and Graduate Studies has announced the launch of the Undergraduate Student Travel Award. This award will enable undergraduate students to attend discipline-specific conferences and present their research.
Research is about passion. It’s Elizabeth Wynn’s passion for finding answers to problems such as the challenge of keeping accurate, up-to-date medical records of individuals struggling with mental health that drives her research.
Robert McDermott always wanted to “do science.” He began conducting experiments at a young age with his grandfather, a scientist for the National Energy Laboratory. After a brief stint as a music major at the University of Pittsburgh, McDermott changed his major and his love for geology was born.
Oct 2, 2015
The Office of Research and Graduate Studies held the first Graduate Training Series (GrTS), September 23. This seminar, What I Wished I Knew, featured speakers' reflections on what they wished they had known when beginning their post-graduate degree.
Dr. Sydney Schaefer — assistant professor in the Department of Health, Physical Education and Recreation — received the prestigious National Institutes of Health’s (NIH) Mentored Research Scientist Development Award in late September for research in the physical rehabilitation of older adults.
“The purpose of anthropology is to make the world safe for human differences.” This quote from Ruth Benedict, acclaimed anthropologist and folklorist, embodies the study of anthropology at Utah State University and the research conducted by USU undergraduate researcher Erica Hawvermale.
Two Emma Eccles Jones College of Education and Human Services researchers received the largest single source of funding in Utah State University history last month.