The ADVS digital newsletter is the best way to stay in the loop with everything happening in the ADVS Department. An issue is sent each semester, along with brief highlights sent occasionally at other times.
Celebrating a Career and a Retirement
David Forrester grew up working on the family farm in Smithfield, Utah and joined the Utah State University community in 1979. Aside from a brief absence to work the family farm, he remained at the university until his retirement at the close of 2020.
Increasing Raising Beef Could Help Utah's Economy, According To New Study
In a recent study by the Utah Department of Agriculture and Food and Utah State University finds that Utah has room for growth in the Utah beef processing and sales businesses.
USU Vaccine Expert Weighs in on COVID-19 Vaccine, Debunks Myths
Utah State University Infectious Disease, Vaccines and Antiviral Chemotherapy professor Bart Tarbet has firsthand experience creating and testing vaccines. Tarbet is astounded at how quickly medical science has moved with the COVID-19 vaccine.
Former Show Horse Starts Second Career in Equine Assisted Therapy at USU
The Equine Assisted Activities and Therapies (EAAT) program at Utah State University recently welcomed “Celine,” a retired show horse donated to the program by members of the National Snaffle Bit Association (NSBA) Foundation.
Therapists Visit USU for Hippotherapy Training
Utah State University hosted an American Hippotherapy Association (AHA) course for licensed physical therapists, occupational therapists and speech language pathologists who use hippotherapy in treating clients.
Dairy Industry Celebrated at Richmond Black and White Days
For the past 104 years, Black and White Days has been putting Richmond, Utah on the map. The event lasts for nearly a week and focuses on celebrating the dairy industry.
Animal Science Student Researcher Presents Work on Ovarian Cells and Longevity
Each year during the Utah Legislature’s general session, students from Utah State University and the University of Utah present their work and demonstrate the value of undergraduate research to legislators and visitors to the capitol.
Lab Students Prepare for Vet School
Three of the senior honors students in Mason's lab have recently been accepted to veterinary school for the upcoming fall semester, and a fourth honors student plans to apply to vet school this summer while working at a veterinary clinic.