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AT A GLANCE

June 2007 : :

Features

Demolition Derby

Radio-Controlled Planes

'Extreme Makeover: Home Edition'

Zion in Fall

Yellow of Logan Canyon

'This is God's house'

Colosimo's the Real Italian Stuff

The Hot Dog Man and His White Van

Rock and Punk Music

Merrill-Cazier

Black and White and Shades of Gray

Carnegie Professors

Cheer 'Em On!

LDS General Conference

Logan After Dark

Parade of Homes



Profiles
Jill Prichard









 

Carnegie Professors: The Best of the Best

Photographer :: Josh J. Russell

Stories :: Brooke Nelson

One of them keeps a tricycle in his office. Another rescues cats by the dozen. Still another used to shoot rockets into the northern lights of Norway. What they have in common, besides an uncanny ability to teach, is the title Carnegie Professor. Seven people at Utah State University have earned this distinguished, national teaching award, named for the 19th century industrialist and philanthropist Andrew Carnegie. The entire state gets only one per year. Seven of the last nine have come from USU.

Eat your hearts out, Utes and Cougars.

Click the photos below for brief biographies and larger portraits by USU students Brooke Nelson and Josh J. Russell.


Mark Damen

Sonia Manuel-Dupont

Lyle "Doc" McNeal