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This time last year, USU was reporting 20 new cases of COVID-19 each day. Now, USU averages 5 new cases each day. Listen to our interview with President Noelle Cockett to learn more.

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Utah State University will require students attending spring semester 2022 to be vaccinated for COVID-19. Listen to our weekly interview with President Noelle Cockett to hear more.

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Fewer students are attending classes in person at the Utah State University Blanding Campus. Listen to Kerry Bringhurst's weekly interview with USU President Noelle Cockett to hear why.

Tom Williams here with the Utah State University President Noelle Cockett with our weekly conversation here at UPR. President Cockett, thank you for joining us again. 


I'm Kerry Bringhurst. You're listening to Utah Public Radio. For over a year, we’ve spent almost every week speaking with Utah State University President Noelle Cockett to get an update on what was happening with COVID-19 on the university campuses statewide.


You're listening to Utah Public Radio. I'm Kerry Bringhurst and joining me is Utah State University President Noelle Cockett. And President Cockett, today Utah lawmakers are meeting in a special legislative session to discuss mask mandates for public education, including institutions of higher education. 


I'm Kerry Bringhurst. Each week we look forward to our conversation with Utah State University's president Noelle Cockett. This week is no exception, as we're coming off graduation ceremonies statewide and here on the Logan campus. Despite everything, President Cockett, there's been a lot to celebrate.


I'm Kerry Bringhurst and joining me is Utah State University President Noelle Cockett. A lot of activity underway throughout the state as graduation ceremonies are taking place including at our statewide campuses and here in Logan.


Tom Williams here. I have with me on the line Utah State University President Noelle Cockett. President Cockett, thanks, as always, for joining us.


Tom Williams here with Utah State University President Noelle Cockett with our weekly conversation here at Utah Public Radio. President Cockett, thanks so much for joining us.


Tom Williams here with Utah State University President Noelle Cockett. President Cockett, thanks for joining us again.

Tom Williams here with Utah State University President Noelle Cockett. President Cockett, thanks for taking some time again with us today.

 

I'm Kerry Bringhurst and you're listening to Utah Public Radio. Utah governor Spencer Cox indicating that more and more Utahns will be receiving the vaccination against COVID-19. And eventually, that will include university-aged students, including those here at Utah State University. 

This is Utah Public Radio. I'm Kerry Bringhurst. Joining me today, as we do most week's conversation, with Utah State University President Noelle Cockett. 

I'm Kerry Bringhurst. This is Utah Public Radio and joining me is USU President Noelle Cockett. 

Kerry Bringhurst: You're listening to Utah Public Radio. Time now for our weekly update with Utah State University President Noelle Cockett, who has some good news as Utah State University was recognized in College Magazine in their top 10 colleges deserving recognition for the response to COVID-19. 

Utah Public Radio’s Kerry Bringhurst spoke with Utah State University President Noelle Cockett Monday about an increase in the number of COVID-19 cases on the USU campus. Cockett says wastewater analysis shows evidence of COVID-19 among students at the Living Learning Center (LLC) on the main Logan campus. 

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“Diversity, inclusion and respect. These are very important values for me,” said Utah State University's president Noelle Cockett at her state of the university address on Tuesday.

Though she introduced this initiative toward the end of her address, Cockett highlighted the importance of the goal as one of her top priorities for the upcoming year. 

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During next month’s election, Utahns will be able to either support or oppose a new gas tax. Utah Senator Lyle Hillyard said if the question receives high voter support, there will likely be legislation to implement the increase during the 2019 session.

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  A Utah State University piano professor has been removed from his teaching duties as the college investigates a sexual assault allegation made against him in a recent lawsuit.

University President Noelle Cockett said Wednesday in a statement that professor Dennis Hirst's students will be reassigned to other faculty members this fall semester as the college investigates the claims.

Utah State University and the College of Education and Human Services is opening a new facility to serve individuals with varying needs
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A 100,000-square-foot clinic is opening in Logan. The Sorenson Legacy Foundation Center for Clinical Excellence is designed to serve as many as 5,000 clients of varying abilities each year.

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The president of Utah State University sent a memo to faculty and staff about the university’s code of conduct amid growing awareness of mental health issues and sexual violence on college campuses.