USU Moab will continue its commitment to all levels of education in Grand County and beyond as GCSD welcomes new leadership.
Utah State University Moab’s Social Work program continues to produce impactful students that make a difference in the community.
Like her father (and two sisters) before her—Jenna LinLi Hawks is pursuing an education and career in public health—starting at Utah State University Moab.
Utah State University Moab’s new academic building is now under construction. The long-anticipated facility, located south of town off Aggie Boulevard, will be home to USU Moab classes, Career & Technical Education programs and Extension.
Steve Hawks, a Utah State University Moab public health professor, has accepted an invitation to be a Visiting Professor of Public Health at the University of Tsukuba, beginning in January.
For many recent nursing graduates at Utah State University Moab, the fight against COVID-19 takes place at Moab Regional Hospital.
A former instructor at Utah State University, Wright brings a wealth of teaching and nursing experience to the position.
Utah State University President Noelle E. Cockett has named Laurens “Larry” H. Smith as vice president for Statewide Campuses.
Utah State University President Noelle E. Cockett has implemented a temporary policy that makes face coverings mandatory through fall semester on all campuses.