Utah State president: University making impact through education, research and outreach

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LOGAN, Utah (ABC4 News) – ABC4 News crews set up shop on the campus of Utah State University Monday for the third stop on our Pop Up Studio Tour.

Don Hudson and Emily Florez were joined by Utah State University President Noelle Crockett. Crocket said USU has a unique role in the state as the land grant. It provides education, research, and outreach for the entire state.

USU has nine campuses and 21 educational sites. It serves 28,000 students, 16,000 of them in Logan. Crockett said she’s most proud of the university’s impact on the state.

For more information about Utah State University, visit www.usu.edu.


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