The first speaker was ecologist Jeremy Fox from the University of Calgary, Canada. Fox addresses fundamental questions in population, community, and evolutionary ecology. He will present Sept. 18th at $;)) PM ENGR 106. Listen here as NPR interviews Dr. Fox
- Listen to Dr. Jeremy Fox - Ecology Center Seminar Speaker
- Writers on the Range: Heard Around the West
- Science Unwrapped - Chemical Attractions with Lisa Berreau
- Understanding Recreation in the Canyons
- Misguided Crow Hunt
- Johan Du Toit Speaks on Invading Ant in an African Ecosystem
- Quinney College of Natural Resources Welcomes New Department Heads
- Utah State University sets $220M record for research funding
- Logan Rated Among 10 Best College Town
- Great Salt Lake Approaching Record Low Levels
Sep 18, 2014
Sep 16, 2014
Utah State University ecologist Dan MacNulty says a new study using 13 years of wolf-collar data offers a startling theory: Wolf populations are self-limiting because the animals prey on each other, killing pups in competing packs, for example. “The success of a wolf from an evolutionary ...Click here for more
Sep 12, 2014
Professor in USU’s Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry and interim dean for the College of Science, Berreau presents “Chemical Attractions.” Her talk, followed by hands-on learning activities, exhibits and refreshments, is free and open to all ages. Friday 9-12 @ 7 p.m.
Sep 11, 2014
A team, lead by Steven Burr, will analyze data gathered to determine how many people actually use the canyons for recreation? Where are they coming from? And what are they doing during their time there?
Sep 9, 2014
Robert Schmidt "American crows are difficult to distinguish from common ravens, complaints that people have about crows in urban areas cannot be resolved with a hunting season and the North American Model of Wildlife Conservation discourages the use of wildlife for "trivial" reasons".
Sep 8, 2014
Call it Game of Thorns. A prickly tree that grows in the clay-rich soils of East Africa recruits stinging ants to defend itself from gnawing giraffes and marauding bull elephants. In return, the trees provide nectar and shelter—swollen thorns—for the insects.
Sep 5, 2014
Utah State University’s Quinney College of Natural Resources welcomes two scholars to campus to lead two of the college’s three departments. Peter Wilcock is head of the Department of Watershed Sciences. Christopher “Chris” Lant leads the Department of Environment and Society.
Sep 3, 2014
The 2014 fiscal year was a banner year for research at Utah State University, with the school receiving more than $220 million in grants and other donations.
Sep 1, 2014
If the highly-rated academic programs, beautiful campus and competitive sports programs aren't enough to get prospective students to commit to Utah State University, the city of Logan, Utah, usually seals the deal.
Aug 29, 2014
Wayne Wurtsbaugh found the Great Salt Lake to have a severely diminished level because of water diversion. Additionally, he said the urbanization of the Salt Lake region has resulted in less water usage than the previously agrarian culture in the area.