LOGAN – Utah State University’s Aviation Maintenance Program has already built a reputation at graduating quality aviation maintenance technicians. Ken White, dean of the College of Agriculture and Applied Sciences, believes that reputation will only increase, especially thanks to a new partnership with Delta Airlines.
LOGAN – A new Aggie Ice Cream flavor was debuted in honor of tonight’s inauguration of Utah State University President Noelle Cockett. Students gathered on the west end of the Quad at noon to surprise the unsuspecting Cockett with the announcement.
On Thursday, March 30, Utah State University’s aviation technology program hosted an Aggie Aviation Career Conference in the Taggart Student Center to introduce participants to career opportunities in flying and maintaining aircraft. Professor Baron Andreas Wesemann said the event was more than a typical job fair.
When Jessica Cox was a little girl, she imagined herself being Superwoman. Swinging on her elementary school’s playground at recess, she envisioned herself flying, sharing her superpowers with all of her friends.
Since she began riding horses and taking lessons at the age of 3, Amberley Snyder has wanted to become a professional barrel racer. Today, she's completed that goal by recently earning her Women's Professional Rodeo Association card.
After a nationwide search and a review of nearly 40 applicants, the Utah State University Presidential Search Committee has recommended four finalists to the State Board of Regents for the position of Utah State University President: Dr. Don Blackketter, Dr. Noelle Cockett, Dr. Keith Miller, and Dr. Mark Rudin.