Join fellow Aggies and friends of Utah State as we celebrate the 127th anniversary of the establishment of USU. Honors include Distinguished Service Awards to W. Brent & Beverley J. Robinson and Rodney E. & Valene D. Tueller. Recipients of Distinguished Alumnus Awards are Blake R. Kirby and David C. Miller. The evening includes dinner, awards presentation and entertainment. $35 per person. Please RSVP by March 2, 2015 by calling (888) 653-6246 or register online at www.usu.edu/foundersday. Doors open at 6pm and dinner begins promptly at 6:30pm. Date:Friday March 6, 2015 Time:6:30-9:00 PM Location:Evan N. Stevenson Ballroom: Taggart Student Center (TSC) Cost:$35 per person Register:www.usu.edu/foundersday or by calling (888) 653-6246
MWC TOURNAMENT PREGAME PARTY
Join us for some food, fun and great company at the Mountain West Conference basketball tournament, March 12-14, in sunny Las Vegas. We'll be hosting a pregame party to kick off the tournament, Aggie style. Bring your friends and family along for a great time, and some great basketball, in Vegas.
Date: Thursday March 12, 2015 Time: 4:00-5:30 PM Location: Hard Rock Hotel & Casino - Map Cost: $15 per person, $10 for children 10 and under Register:Register here
At Utah State University's Sunrise Sessions, faculty and students share their research with alumni, community and business leaders from the Salt Lake area. Held quarterly in downtown Salt Lake City, these early-morning presentations detail how USU research is addressing pressing social, technological and environmental issues. All are invited to attend these events at no charge thanks to generous sponsorship by Regence Blue Cross Blue Shield. All Sunrise Sessions are held at Little America Hotel, 7:30-9am. For more information, please visit the USU Research and Graduate School websitehttp://rgs.usu.edu/sunrise/
If you would like to be added to the invitation list, please email Karen Roundy with your email address.
2015 dates: May 15 - Dr. Mac McKee, Utah Water Research Laboratory and College of Engineering August 7 - Dr. Jeannie Johnson, College of Humanities and Social Sciences (Political Science) November 6- Dr. Tony Lowry, College of Science (Geology)