USU Eastern Today
USU Cancels Commencement Ceremonies amid Coronavirus Pandemic
Utah State University is canceling its scheduled commencement ceremonies statewide in an effort to slow the spread of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Farmington, Utah-based artist Tyler Huntzinger is exhibiting his abstract paintings in a show titled “Memoryscapes” at Utah State University Eastern’s Gallery East.
COVID-19 Update on Events and Travel
A message from President Noelle E. Cockett regarding actions to prevent COVID-19.
Utah State Eastern to hold its annual Diversity Conference
This year’s keynote speaker is Dr. Bryan Hubain, Association Vice President for Student Development and Inclusion at the University of Utah.
USU Eastern Honors Campus Police Officer
During halftime of USU Eastern’s 67-61 victory over the College of Southern Idaho, Christensen was presented with the school’s annual “Community Member of the Year” award.
Charlie J. Johnston: Turning Life into Art
This exhibition tells the story of naturalist Charlie J. Johnston, through his paintings, natural history collections, and detailed sketch books.
Utah State Eastern Cheer Team Crowned National Champions
The Utah State Eastern Cheer team was crowned National Champions at the United Spirit Association championships in Anaheim.
Dave Paur to be inducted into the Eastern Utah Athletics Hall of Fame
Longtime Athletic Director and Coach Dave Paur will be inducted into the Eastern Utah athletics Hall of Fame during a dinner Friday at Utah State University Eastern.
Lawrence Welk Tribute Show Coming to USU Eastern
A one-of-a-kind act, features The Rustmonger Big Band and Bob Bedore as Welk, to delight audience members young and old.
"Seeking Solace" Art Exhibit in Gallery East
A local artist whose expertise is painting the mountains and valleys of Southestern Utah opens Utah State University’s Gallery East spring semester from Jan. 6-31 in the Central Instructional Building.
International Short and Sweet Film Festival Come to the Gear Events Center
In a regional first, the Geary Events Center will host the Short and Sweet Film Festival, a showcase of 28 short films from 24 different countries.
"These Shining Lives" Opens at USU Eastern
Dramatizing the danger women faced in the 1920s workforce is the premise of USU Eastern’s production of “These Shining Lives”.
71st Annual Messiah at USU Eastern
On Sunday, Dec. 8, the Eastern Utah Chorale and Orchestra will perform the 71st annual Handel’s Messiah at Utah State University Eastern.
Utah Supreme Court Coming to Campus
The Utah State Supreme Court is coming to the USU Eastern campus to hear cases.
Popular Play "Big Fish" Coming to USU Eastern
“Big Fish” is a lively and spirited fantasy centered around the charismatic and larger-than-life Edward Bloom whose impossible stories of his life’s epic adventures frustrate his son Will.
USU's School of Applied Sciences, Technology and Education is Divided and Growing
In an effort to better serve students the School of Applied Sciences, Technology and Education (ASTE) will be divided.
New Director of Students
In his new position at USU Eastern, Hurst plans to make sure the campus’ efforts are student-centered.
Innovative Art Exhibit Coming to USU Eastern
The exhibition showcases the work of two Utah artists, Anne Kaferle and Kadi Franson.
USU Eastern Advances Nursing Program with New Hires, Promotions
Utah State University (USU) Eastern recently hired two new nursing faculty members, a skills lab coordinator and promoted a nursing program coordinator.
Patriot Day Concert Coming to Price
Excellence in the Community, Price City, Strategic Insurance Solutions and USU Eastern have teamed up to bring a free concert to the community honoring first responders and veterans.
"Thriller" Returning to the USUE
Odyssey Dance Company is making its second appearance at Utah State University Eastern to perform its smash Halloween hit, “Thriller.”
Public Notice of Upcoming Accreditation Review by the ACEN
Site visit for continuing accreditation of its Practical Nursing and Associate Degree Nursing programs.
A Career in a Year
Medical assisting is a highly rewarding profession that provides some of the most flexible career opportunities in health care.
Utah State University Eastern Welding Students are National Champions - Again
Utah State University Eastern welding students once again are taking home top honors.
Aggie Aviation Adventure - Price Camp
Interactive classes on aviation. Camp includes meals, lodging, flight, drone to take home.
USU Announces Statewide Campuses Name
Utah State University announced that its Regional Campuses and Centers will now be referred to as Statewide Campuses.
Memorial Day Free Admission
Memorial Day admission is free all day. Come explore the newest exhibitions in the Prehistoric Museum.
Utah Supreme Court Justice named the 2019 commencement speaker at USU Eastern
Utah State University Eastern’s 82nd commencement speaker is alumna Paige Peterson who has served on the Utah Supreme Court since 2017.
2019 USU Eastern Commencement
Students graduating in any of the three semesters may walk in the April Commencement Ceremony.
USU Eastern Magazine Spring 2019
Utah State University Eastern Magazine Spring 2019 - Spotlight: Legendary Coach Neil Warren
Eagle at Newspaper Contest
The Eagle newspaper made school history again, bringing home 18 awards during the Utah Press Association’s “Better Newspaper Contest.”
Valedictorian and salutatorian named for the 2019 USU Eastern graduating class
A student planning to major in welding engineering and another in speech and language pathology are the top graduates.
Annual Student Art Show
The Annual Student Art Show will be on display at Gallery East. The exhibit is open to all USU Eastern students and all art forms.
Outstanding Students Named at USU Eastern
Twenty Utah State University Eastern students will be honored at the annual awards program on Friday, April 26.
Man of La Mancha open in Geary Events Center
The Tony-Award-winning musical “Man of La Mancha” closes Utah State University Eastern’s theatre season and “Year of the Arts.
Join us for the 40th annual Women's Conference
Exciting workshops, great keynote speakers. Fun, conversation and learning!
‘Extraction’ Images at Gallery East
Celebrated photographer and lecturer Hikmet Sidney Loe exhibits her images of the Great Salt Lake and its environs.
2019 Legacy Dinner
Join us in celebrating education in eastern Utah honoring those who have had a significant impact on USU Eastern.
Take a Nostalgic Musical Trip Back to 1965
Take a nostalgic musical trip back to 1965 when “Remembering the Fab Four,” a Beatles’ tribute band, performs at the Geary Events Center.
New Lash Program Offered at USU Eastern Cosmetology
With hands-on mentorship experience and the salon environment, Prichard is ecstatic to bring the lash classes to Price.
Cosmetology Fund Raiser for Jake Vigor Family
All proceeds from the first week in March, called “Painting for a Purpose,” will be donated to the Jake Vigor family.
Remembering the Fab Four!
USU Eastern Welcomes Imagine: Remembering the Fab Four a Beatles tribute band.
Living Legends presented by BYU
BYU Living Legends presents an energetic performance that combines choreography, costumes and music.
Utah State University Eastern to Host Conference Tournament
Utah State University Eastern will host the 2019 Region XVIII Men’s and Women’s Basketball Tournaments this month at the Bunnell-Dimitrich Athletic Center.
USU Eastern's POST program first in state, possibly nationally, to offer broadcast classes
Utah State University Eastern’s Police Officer Standards and Training program is the first in the state and possibly first in the nation to offer broadcast classes to POST students.
Price Native, Todd Young, Shows His 3D Artwork along with Traveling Collage Exhibit
The son of renowned sculptor and long-time art instructor at College of Eastern Utah returns to Price for a month-long ceramic and sculpture exhibit.
50th Birthday Celebration for Library & Learning Commons Building
The staff of the USU Eastern LLC invite you to join them as they celebrate the 50th ‘birthday’ of their building.
USU Eastern Announces Administrative and Academic Offerings Changes
Utah State University Eastern has announced several administrative changes as well as changes to its upcoming academic offerings.
Helper Photographer’s ‘Riverwalk Meditations’ on Display at Gallery East
Gallery East features photographs by Helper artist and adjunct professor, Jason Huntzinger.
USU Blanding Student Completes Berryman Institute Internship
Joel Charles spent his summer in Georgia after receiving the Berryman Institute Summer Internship.
Blanding Halloween Carnival
Utah State University Blanding’s 23rd Annual Halloween Carnival brought fun and smiles to the community again this year.
Intro to photography students' work exhibited at Price City Hall
The photography of nine Utah State University Eastern students will be displayed on the second floor of Price City Hall for the next three months.
USU Eastern supports Christmas Tree Regalia
The USU Eastern community created two trees for the Christmas Tree Regalia going on this weekend at the Carbon County Event Center.
Steinway piano added to USU Eastern Music Department
One of the world’s greatest musical instruments was delivered to Utah State University Eastern’s music department.
Bay Area Ceramic Artist to Show and give a Demonstration at Gallery East
San Francisco Bay artist, Gregory Byard, exhibits his pottery capitalizing on various granular and crystalline qualities of the clay.
Three new medical programs added for spring 2019 to USU Eastern
With health professions being one of the fastest growing allied-health careers, Utah State University Eastern is expanding its offerings.
USU Eastern Celebrates 20 Years of Bread ‘N Soup Night
USU Eastern will be serving up steaming bowls of soup and homemade bread November 5, 12, and 19.
Fright Night at USUE
Stories about outlaws and murders in Carbon County were described by Darrin Teply and SueAnn Martell during the USU Eastern's Phi Alpha Theta and History Department’s “Fright Night” event.
USU Eastern bringing two aviation programs to Price
Two new aviation programs debut at USU Eastern’s campus fall semester 2019.
Ryan Shupe and the Rubberband Concert
Ryan Shupe and the Rubber Band is making a one-night appearance Utah State University’s Geary Events Center on Thursday, Oct. 25.
$2,500 McDonalds college reimbursement program
Announcing the Archway to Opportunities program to help McDonalds’ employees afford a college education.
Year of the Arts Jubilee
To help celebrate the Utah State University Year of the Arts, USU Eastern is showcasing many campus and local talents as well as bringing in a couple of big name productions.
Gallery East Art Show features USU artists
A USU painting professor and two of his former students are displaying their work at USU Eastern’s Gallery East throughout October.
The USU Eastern Police Department arrested USU student Tucker Anderson on charges of sexual battery.
Five Eastern students place at national conference
Five Utah State University Eastern students placed at the National Leadership Skills Conference in Louisville, Kentucky, recently which showcased career and technical education students.
Odyssey Dance Company presents Halloween "Thriller"
For the first time ever, Odyssey Dance Company is coming to Utah State University Eastern to perform its smash Halloween hit, “Thriller,” on Tuesday, Oct. 23 in the Geary Events Center.
Spamalot begins two-week run in Geary Events Center
Utah State University Eastern’s theatre season begins with “Spamalot,” the 2005 Tony Award winner for Best Musical, “lovingly ripped off” from the 1975 film “Monty Python and the Holy Grail.”
Expert from "Rebuilding Rural" article from the Fall 2018 Utah State Magazine.
Utah Women Leadership event in Carbon and Emery counties
Developing voices, influencing others and attaining a college education is the latest leadership program offered by the Utah Women and Leadership Project.
Life in a Utah Coal Camp
A series of photographs taken at a Carbon County mining camp by renowned depression-era photographer, Dorothea Lange. The exhibit will be on display at Gallery East Sept. 3-28.
Three New Health Professions Programs
Utah State University Eastern will launch three new health professions programs this fall: Medical Laboratory Technician, Pharmacy Technician, and Surgery Technician.
A lifelong educator, Peterson has spent the last eight years as chancellor of Utah State University Eastern. He literally started the same day the College of Eastern Utah was to join USU as a satellite campus.
Blanding Student Awarded Scholarship
Joel Charles has been awarded the Berryman Institute scholarship and will participate in the institute’s summer internship program.
Staff Member Awarded Diversity Award
Jessica Roueche was awarded the 2017-2018 Utah State University Diversity Award for USU staff.
"The Eagle" Newspaper Staff Wins Awards
USU Eastern’s “The Eagle” newspaper staff won 17 awards at the Utah Press Association’s annual newspaper contest.
Student Clean House at SkillsUSA
The tradition of training the best welders in the country continues at Utah State University Eastern.
USU Eastern's 80th Commencement
Five individuals with ties to College of Eastern Utah were honored by Utah State University Eastern at its Legacy dinner hosted in the Jennifer Leavitt Student Center recently.
Five Individuals Honored at Legacy Dinner
Five individuals with ties to College of Eastern Utah were honored by Utah State University Eastern at its Legacy dinner hosted in the Jennifer Leavitt Student Center recently.
Paige Petersen, appointed to the Utah Supreme Court in November, is proud to have USU Eastern (CEU) on her resume next to the University of Utah and Yale Law School.
PathwayConnect Collaborates with USU
Students completing the one-year PathwayConnect program offered through BYU-Pathway Worldwide now have expanded offerings through a collaboration agreement between Utah State University (USU) and Brigham Young University-Idaho (BYU-I).
"Steel Magnolias" Opens
Six women will take center stage of the Peterson Black Box Theatre for the next two weekends when Utah State Eastern’s Theatre Department opens with Robert Harling’s “Steel Magnolias.”
USU Eastern Magazine Spring 2018
Utah State University Eastern Magazine Spring 2018 - Spotlight: Top Welder in the Country
Navy Band Presents Free Concert
The United States Navy Concert Band, the premier wind ensemble of the U.S. Navy, presents a free concert on Tuesday, Feb. 27 at 7:30 p.m. in Utah State University Eastern’s Bunnell-Dmitrich Athletic Center.
If You Remember '60s Music
If you remember and/or a fan of ‘60’s music, “A Tribute to the Beatles, Remembering the Fab Four,” is a concert not to be missed. It features a Beatles tribute band set for Feb. 23, at 7:30 p.m. in Utah State University Eastern’s Geary Events Center.
Unveiling of USU Eastern Geary Events Center
The unveiling of the $6 million renovation of Utah State University Eastern’s Geary Events Center showcased an unbelievably beautiful theatre, stage, dressing rooms and scene building addition on Jan. 17.
Corey Ewan Recognized by UTA
A USU Eastern associate theatre professor is being recognized for his work in Utah theatre as well as his service to the Utah Theatre Association on Jan. 19 at the Davis Conference Center.
USU Eastern-Price Outstanding Faculty of the Year
Utah State University Eastern named Laura Dotson the Outstanding Faculty Member of the Year.
Christmas Tree Regalia
USU Eastern students, staff and faculty are busy helping the community’s Christmas Tree Regalia on Nov. 29-Dec. 1 in the Carbon County Event Center be successful.
"Blithe Spirit" Opens in Peterson Black Box Theatre
f you like Noel Coward plays, you will like Utah State University Eastern’s production of “Blithe Spirit,” an improbable farce, set to open the weekends of Nov. 30, Dec. 1-2 and Dec. 7-9 at 7:30 p.m.
5th Best Welder in the World
A USU Eastern welding student has done what no other welder in the 80-year history of the school has done before, nor any other Utah welding competitor for that matter.
2017 Bread and Soup Nights
Utah State University Eastern kicks off its annual Bread ‘N Soup Night Monday, November 6. A campus and community favorite since 1997, Bread ‘N Soup Night brings people together to share a simple meal as a fundraiser for the Carbon County Food Bank.
2017 Mr. USU Eastern Announced
A 20 year old from Ririe, Idaho, was crowned Mr. USU Eastern Thursday night after competing in formal wear, swimsuit, question and talent competition.
Eastern's Wait Until Dark opens this weekend
One of Audrey Hepburn's most famous roles in "Wait Until Dark" is being revived by USU Eastern's theatre department. The psychological thriller from the ‘60s is set to open on center stage in the Black Box Theatre's on two consecutive weekends: Oct. 5-7 a...
Students from Puerto Rico Await Word After Hurricane Maria
Five USU Eastern student athletes anxiously watched the news daily for updates on their families and homeland after Hurricane Maria left much of the country’s four million Americans without power, fresh water, food, fuel or phone service.
Eastern-Price Adds Bachelor’s in Technology Systems
The Utah State Board of Regents approved a new degree, the Bachelor of Science in Technology Systems, for Utah State University on July 21.
Automotive Students Place in Top Two-Percent in Nation
USU Eastern’s automotive students placed in the top-two percent in the nation according to the national NIASE testing center.
Phill Raich Earns Silver at Utah Skills USA Leadership Conference
A USU Eastern automotive graduate was named one of the top-auto students in the state after he competed in the Post-Secondary Automotive Service Technician competition in Utah Skills USA Leadership Conference recently.
Clubs, Horns and Shield: Armored Dinosaurs and Other Prehistoric Animals
The Prehistoric Museum presents Clubs, Horns and Shields: Armored Dinosaurs and Other Prehistoric Animals, July 1, 2017 through October 28, 2017 in the Special Exhibits Gallery.
Cameron Bailey, Orem, was named male athlete of the year with Madison Loftus, South Jordan, named female athlete of the year at the USU Eastern Athletic Awards banquet.
The Eagle wins 10 awards at UPA Better Newspaper Competition
USU Eastern’s student newspaper, The Eagle, scored 10 awards at the Utah Press Association’s Better Newspaper Contest on April 29 in Provo. The Eagle was judged against professional and college newspapers throughout Utah.
PBL students place at State Competition
A Utah State University Eastern student placed first in personal finance at the annual Phi Beta Lambda Conference hosted by Snow College Richfield recently with its adviser named PBL Adviser of the Year by its Board of Directors.
Student Art Show
Lauren Wilkinson, Price, won Best of Show for her photo “Dew Drop” at USU Eastern’s Student Art Show exhibited in Gallery East located on the first floor of the Central Instructional Building. Eight students were honored with cash awards and certificates ...
BYU's Sundance Trio to present free concert
The Sundance Trio, three faculty-colleagues at Brigham Young University’s School of Music, will be in concert at USU Eastern’s Central Instructional Building at 6 p.m. on Wednesday, April 26.
Eastern-Price Names 22 Outstanding Students
Twenty-two students in 23 departments, comprising the best students at Utah State University Eastern in 2016-17, will be honored at the awards program at 7 p.m., Friday, April 28, in the Jennifer Leavitt Student Center, as well as those students receiving...
Sarah Elise Hubert, Orem, and Danni Noyes, Carbonville, will serve as Utah State University Eastern’s 79th valedictorian and salutatorian while The Salt Lake Tribune columnist, Robert Kirby will serve as commencement speaker.
Comic masterpiece opens this week
A comic masterpiece of clever disguises, quick wordplay and delightful music is USU Eastern Theatre’s final show of the year. The play, A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum, opens April 20 and runs for two weeks.
USU Alumni Hall of Honor induct two educators from Price
One cannot talk about higher education in Price, Utah, without mentioning LaVell and Mayzell King. The renowned educators were honored by Utah State University Alumni Association as two of six alumni inducted into the 2017 Hall of Honor on April 8 in Loga...
Utah Women in Higher Education Network brings 250 people to Price
Utah Women in Higher Education Network’s spring leadership conference convenes on USU Eastern’s campus this weekend with over 30 speakers including Salt Lake Community College and Dixie State University’s presidents.
USU Eastern Students Place Gold, Silver and Bronze at SkillsUSA Competition
USU Eastern students brought home gold, silver and bronze medals at the statewide SkillsUSA competition held at Salt Lake Community College March 23-24, 2017.
Professor has taught (and made) history for 40 years
Dr. McPherson retires as an engaging, rigorous teacher of thousands of students.
Warburton Named Athletic Director
Utah State University Eastern today named Chelsey Warburton as the new Athletic Director. Warburton has been the head women’s basketball coach the past two seasons and will continue in that capacity while serving her new role.
The No. 1 welder in the country calls USU Eastern Home
A few days after his 19th birthday, a USU Eastern welder relaxes in his instructor’s office with a big grin. He describes how as a kid he hated school, yet was just named the top welder in the United States.
New Agriculture Degree Adds Faculty to Blanding Campus
Utah State University Eastern Blanding welcomes Jim Keyes as an instructor for its recently introduced Agriculture Science degree.
Diversity and Inclusion Conference Recap
How does diversity look and whose perspective should be heard first were some of the questions asked by an assistant professor of educational psychology and leadership at Texas Tech University at the third annual Diversity Conference hosted by USU Eastern...
Hamilton receives First Community Service Award
Connie Hamilton received the first Community Service Award at a packed Bunnell-Dmitrich Athletic Center during halftime at USU Eastern’s Fan Appreciation Night Feb. 7.
Five high school students place at Utah State Eastern's Invitational Welding Competition
High school welders from across the state converged on USU Eastern’s welding shop last week to compete in its second annual Invitational Welding Competition.
Cosmetology students raise $4,000 to give to two area children with leukemia
A lot of people in Castle County are sporting beautiful manicured hand and toe nails this week. By getting manicures and pedicures at USU Eastern’s cosmetology department Feb. 8-9, the students helped raise almost $4,000 to give to two children fighting l...
Men and Women Basketball Teams Give Back to the Community
Giving back to the community that provides students with an education and the opportunity to play basketball is Coach Adjalma “Vando” Becheli’s goal when he takes his team to the area schools to meet the students.
Let's Nail Cancer
“Let’s Nail Cancer” is Utah State University’s Cosmetology Department’s latest fund-raising effort to help two children, one in Carbon County and one in Emery County, who are fighting leukemia.
Gary Straquadine Appointed Vice Chancellor for USU Eastern Campuses
Dr. Gary Straquadine was recently appointed Vice Chancellor for the USU Eastern campuses. His new role will build upon previous academic leadership experiences at three different Land Grant Universities.
History Prof Offers Context in Documentary About Dramatic Pioneer Trek
Words often seem inadequate to fully describe one of the most harrowing episodes of the pioneer colonization of Utah — the Hole in the Rock expedition of 1880.
Strolling by a costume shop every day, led Carbon County native into her career as a costume designer and the ability to live in the city of her dreams: Houston, Texas.
Welding Student at Nationals
Utah State University Eastern’s Chandler Vincent hit the ground running and more importantly welding when he arrived on campus last August as he and 24 welders from throughout the United States prepared for the USA Welding Pre-Trials.
USU Eastern’s Bread ‘N Soup Night Posts Milestone $50,000 in Donations
Since 1998, USU Eastern has been serving bread and soup to the campus and community as a fund raiser for the Carbon County Food Bank. This year, over 630 patrons attended Bread ‘N Soup Night resulting in a $4,000 donation. This brings the 18-year cumula
Intermountain Healthcare Supports USU Nursing Student Diversity
The Intermountain Healthcare Diversity Scholarship helps ethnically diverse students who are pursuing a degree and career in nursing. This fall, seven Utah State University nursing students were awarded the scholarship including five at USU Eastern-Blandi...
English Department Welcomes Emeritus Faculty to Campus
an Minich and Nancy Takacs, emeritus members of the English department, will return to campus Wednesday, November 16 for a joint poetry reading. The event begins at 7:00 in the Alumni Room of the Jennifer Leavitt Student Center. Light refreshments will fo...
Salons for Survival
October inspires thoughts of goblins and ghosts, tricks and treats. But October also brings awareness to another issue: breast cancer.
18th Annual Bread 'N Soup Night
Bread and Soup Night brings students, faculty, staff and community members together to share a simple meal in an effort to raise funds for the Carbon County Food Bank.
Director Selected for Top Women to Watch in Utah
USU Eastern’s Director of Student Life, Leadership and Involvement University Eastern, was named one of 30 Women to Watch in Salt Lake City recently by the Utah Business.
Coach Vando to the Olympics
USU Eastern Head Men’s Basketball Coach Vando Becheli will head home to Brazil this week to help with the 2016 Olympic games in Rio de Janeiro.
Expanded Orientation Program Comes to USU Eastern Campus
Utah State University Eastern is hosting incoming freshmen and their parents for the first year of the Student Orientation and Registration (SOAR) program in Price.
Local Coach Danielle Jensen Pegged to Lead USU Eastern Volleyball Team
Utah State University Eastern announced today new head volleyball coach Danielle Jensen will lead the Eagle program this fall.
USU Eastern Advisor Named Advisor of the Year
The Utah Advising Association named their advisor of the year for the state. Our very own Liz Prettyman was named the UAA Advisor of the Year!
The Eagle Wins 6 Awards at UPA
USU Eastern’s The Eagle staff brought home six awards from the annual Utah Press Association’s Better Newspaper competition. In its sixth year of membership in the UPA, The Eagle staff won a first place, two-second place and three-third-place awards.
Eight students graduated from the second Police Officer Standards and Training (POST) session at Utah State University Eastern recently. The ceremony was held in the Jennifer Leavitt Student Center with Sheriff Jeff Wood keynoting the graduation ceremonie...
A Smog Free Education
We at USU Eastern in Price and Blanding are fortunate to live and study so close to such unique and breathtaking landscapes. We like to think it helps broaden our vision and clear our minds. Certainly, thinking large and more clearly are aspects of what h...
USU Eastern Adopts New Athletics Logo, Signs with Under Armour
Utah State University Eastern’s Athletic Department has adopted a new Eagle logo to be used for campus sports. The logo carries on the Price campus’ Eagle mascot tradition while introducing an updated look and feel more closely aligned with Utah State Uni...
Justice Constandinos Himonas to Speak at USU Eastern Graduation
The Honorable Associate Justice of the Utah Supreme Court, Constandinos Himonas, a Price native, will be USU Eastern’s 78th commencement speaker at its graduation ceremonies at 10 a.m. on Saturday, April 30, in the Bunnell-Dmitrich Athletic Center.
Outstanding students of the Year at USU Eastern-Price
Twenty-one students will be honored as outstanding in their field of study at USU Eastern’s Awards Ceremony on Friday, April 29, at 7 p.m. in the Jennifer Leavitt Student Center according to Vice Chancellor of Student Services Peter Iyere.
USU Eastern's Technical Students Bring Home Gold
USU Eastern’s technical students brought home two gold, five silver and a bronze medal at one of the largest SkillsUSA competitions held in Salt Lake City, April 1. The two gold medal winners will compete at the national SkillsUSA competition this summer....
Driving Diversity in Southeastern Utah
Justin Bergeman, director of professional career and technical education (PCTE) at Utah State University Eastern Blanding, was recently recognized for his work in promoting greater opportunities for underrepresented populations in southeastern Utah.
USU Eastern-Blanding Celebrates 50th Student Accepted to Medical and Dental School
Travis Frazier, a Native American student at Utah State University Eastern-Blanding, recently became the 50th student from the campus to be accepted into medical or dental school
The Food Bank Unraveled
According to Julie Rosier, Food Bank Coordinator, what we donate really makes a difference, and without community support, the Food Bank couldn’t stay open.
Students Battle Robots in National Competition
Utah State University Eastern-Blanding students recently participated in the VEX University Robotics Competition. They overcame challenging technical difficulties thanks to their excellent design and triumphed until the semi-finals, where they were defeat...
New Recruiter To Drive Enrollment Increases
Keith Russell has recently been hired to spearhead Utah State University Eastern-Blanding’s recruiting efforts and increase enrollments. In his new position Russell will oversee recruiting involving nearly 55 high schools spread throughout Utah, Colorado,...
Native American Student at USU Eastern - Blanding Talks Taking Risks, Following Dreams
Shannon Tooke, USU Eastern-Blanding student, addresses Utah Legislature luncheon.
Blanding Health Care Programs Continue to Expand
Thanks to the expansion of its healthcare certificate offerings, USU Eastern-Blanding is doing everything in its power to provide southeastern Utah and the Four Corners area with highly-trained healthcare professionals.
USU Eastern Magazine Spring 2016
Utah State University Eastern Magazine Spring 2016 - Spotlight: Turning Trees into Melodies
There Are No Long Shots
Cano spent two summers at the Utah Rural Health Scholar’s Health Career Exploration Camp and remembers a second-year medical student from the Mayo Medical School say, “there are no long shots, only unprepared shooters.” Those words made an impression on h...
My how the time has flown since that little party in March of 2010 at the Utah State Capitol.
Price was the destination for students on the Utah State University Department of History’s first Utah history road trip. The two-day trip last April brought students from Logan to visit several sites important to the history of coal mining in Utah.
Utah’s Oscar’s event for the building industry, hosted by Utah Construction & Design, shined the spotlight on Utah State University Eastern’s new landmark facility Dec. 8 during its annual award ceremony at the Little America Hotel in Salt Lake City.
Higher Degrees at Lower Costs
Utah State University-College of Eastern Utah invites you to come and experience the difference. What is the difference? Lower tuition and fees, for starters, at just $2,922. (Total tuition and fees for one year for Utah residents.)
Utah State University Eastern’s scenery, whether in Blanding or Price, is picture-perfect and award-winning if you find yourself in the right place at the right time.
Debate is Back
Thirteen years after the debate program was dropped at College of Eastern Utah, Jeff Spears stood in a Utah State University Eastern classroom full of debaters and individual events students who each hoped to bring the program back to its national level o...
A Look Back at Old SAC
The old SAC building that now lies in the ever-deepening shadows of a rising CIB, speaks of a rich and abiding past that has made possible the Utah State University Eastern of today and the promises of tomorrow. As Unarine Ramaru said: “Taking time to loo...
Danny Kourianos Finds the Courage
When Kourianos graduated high school, he didn’t really have a plan. He was a good student, but mostly good at blending in with his friends. He didn’t have direction or purpose in his education. His goals were to fit in and to have fun.
Blanding campus undergraduates participating in an intensive summer program in connection with a Science Technology Engineering Mathematics (STEM) exploration mentorship for Native American students.
The Old and the New
Gallery East's long awaited location in the newly built Central Instruction Building (CIB) is a sight to see.
USU Eastern Magazine Fall 2015
USU Eastern Magazine Fall 2015 - Spotlight: Top Secrets of Beloved Professor
Three Utah State University Eastern student athletes were honored today with National Junior College Athletic Association Academic Student-Athlete Awards for the 2014-15 academic year.
Jurassic World? Not in this World
If you watch “Jurassic World” with a paleontologist, you may be in for a buzzkill.
Passion for Teaching, Research, Writing Defined the Life of Dr. Jon Moris
A ceremony to honor and remember the life of Utah State University Eastern professor Jon Moris was recently held in Bluff, Utah
Upward Bound Celebrates Two Scholars
Two Utah State University Eastern Upward Bound students are recipients of the 2015 Gates Millennium Scholarship.
Student Leaders Clean Up Swell
The work done recently by 300 college and university student leaders was 100 percent energizing for its organizers, Utah State University Eastern and the Bureau of Land Management.
First Nations Launch
Utah State University Eastern engineering students successfully competed in the nation’s largest high-powered rocket competition for Native American college students in Kenosha, Wis., April 30-May 2.
Everyone has a deficiency, so don’t try to hide it, said Kristen Cox during her commencement address at Utah State University Eastern on April 25.
Access Equals Success
Jami J. Bayles has a photo of her son pin-tacked to a large corkboard surrounded by a sea of faces, letters, graduation announcements and newspaper articles of all her other kids.
Alum Muscles to New Cycling Record
After 35 days on the road, Kris Sanford, a 24-year-old Utah State University Eastern graduate, set a world hand-cycle record on Oct. 31, 2014 by peddling 1,040 miles from Idaho Falls, Idaho to Huntington Beach, California.
From Awkward to Confident
Transformation Stories - Josie Slade, "...don't be afraid to be who you are...USUE taught me that I can be who I am without fear of being judged."
Auto Team Finishes Strong
The automotive team of Tuckett Allred and Hunter Jeffries, along with their instructor, Mike Kava, had a strong 7th place finish, out of 276 students, in this year’s Utah Ford-AAA Auto Skills competition.
Blanding Campus Class of 2015
Some 200 scholars from the Utah State University Eastern Blanding Campus were part of this year’s Class of 2015. Commencement ceremonies were held April 24, in the San Juan High School auditorium.
Class of 2015
Some 200 degrees and certificates were conferred at the 77th commencement at Utah State University Eastern Price campus.
USU Eastern Magazine Spring 2015
Utah State University Eastern Magazine Spring 2015 - Spotlight: The Grit and Grace of Kris Sandford
USU Eastern Magazine 2014
Utah State University Eastern Magazine Fall 2014 - Spotlight: Happiness by Design
Happiness by Design
See how the Meagan Roach has been able to put her fingerprint on the USU Eastern brand.
USU Eastern Magazine Spring 2014
Utah State University Eastern Magazine Spring 2014 - Spotlight: Changing Lives
USU Eastern Magazine Fall 2013
Utah State University Eastern Magazine Fall 2013 - Spotlight: 75 Years of Transforming Lives
See how the Center for Workforce Education helped change the direction of Mario Alaniz's life.