Nursing and Health Professions becomes a new department in a new home. The department will build on the foundation already provided by USU Eastern and USU Uintah Basin. >>read more...
- Nursing Becomes its Own Department
- USU Eastern Faculty Member Featured in National Magazine
- One Good Sod Deserves Another
- POST Academy Starts in Fall
- Cast Your Net Here
- One Brick, One Class at a Time
- Test Run
- Dinosaurios and Lagartos, Oh My!
- New Advisor in Elementary Ed
- Library Director is Co-Author
Aug 22, 2014
Aug 11, 2014
A headline in this month’s AARP Magazine declares: “Filling the Gap: A Smart Way to Help Fix Health Care Shortages.” And who is their shining example? Utah State University Eastern faculty member Danielle Pendergrass.
May 30, 2014
No grass is growing under Utah State University Eastern’s feet — at least the sod where the college’s new Central Instruction Building is being constructed. But that does not mean it shouldn’t be growing somewhere else. >>read more...
May 21, 2014
Crime never rests and neither does USU Eastern's criminal justice program as it continues to evolve and branch out. On tap this fall is the start-up of a Utah Police Officer Standards and Training (POST) satellite academy.
May 20, 2014
Think of USU Eastern as the community college of Utah State University – a perfect place to start large (think big fish in small, personalized classrooms) and move on to even greater opportunities because students who go here are part of the larger USU system, complete with university diplomas.
An important campus change is about to occur. And just as a grassy lot will soon transition, one brick at a time, into a beautiful new building, lives will transform, one class at a time, under its broad and expansive roof. Join us and be part of the change for good.
May 15, 2014
If next year’s chemistry students have any issues with their first general examination, they can take it up with John Weber, assistant professor in chemistry at Utah State University Eastern. >>read more...
Apr 18, 2014
Ancient Creatures of Mexico Given English Touch in Dr. Kenneth Carpenter's 12th book. >>read more...
Apr 5, 2014
The hiring of a new academic advisor in elementary education reflects Utah State University Eastern's strong commitment to its new bachelor's degree offerings in this growing field. >> read more...
Feb 18, 2014
Lori Brassaw, Utah State University Eastern library director, co-authored a chapter under the subject of Advances in Librarianship.