Dr. Alyson Lavigne featured in Washington Post article addressing proper teacher evaluations.
Dr. Alyson Lavigne from Utah State University and Dr. Thomas Good from University of Arizona are featured in this article about teacher evaluations. Full article is in the Washington Post.
Warrior Women documentary
USU Uintah Basin is hosting a screening of the documentary "Warrior Women" on March 11, 2020
Creativity Unbound: New Exhibit Features the Art of Learning
Visitors to the Sorenson Center for Clinical Excellence on Tuesday, February 4 were greeted with music and the buzz of children’s voices as the Lyndsley Wilkerson Gallery celebrated the opening of its newest exhibit, “Creativity Unbound.”
2020 TEAL Outstanding Dissertation Award
Three Aggies Receive Presidential Teaching Award for Math
TEAL graduate student, Rachel Reeder, received a Presidential Award for Excellence in Mathematics and Science Teaching.
USU Faculty Keynote Speaker at International Conference
Dr. Patricia Moyer-Packenham served as a keynote speaker at the ICIEP conference in Jakarta, Indonesia. Oct 2019
USU Faculty is Fulbright Scholar in Jordan
Dr. Shireen Keyl has been a Fulbright scholar at the University of Jordan in Amman, Jordan from Summer 2018-2019. This article is written by Dr. Dina Baslan, about Dr. Keyl, her research efforts, and her anti-racist education work.
Americans Trust School Principals
article in Washington Post regarding a survey of whom American adults trust most.
USU professor wins literacy grant for Vernal elementary
USU professor, Dr. Marla Robertson, won a 2019 Literacy Grant from Phi Kappa Phi Honors society that will be used at Davis Elementary in Vernal, UT.
Utah State: Arts Are Core Conference
Utah State University sent BTSALP specialists and classroom teachers “back to school” with strategies and lesson ideas to reach every learner. Arts Are Core: One World, Many Makers provided professional development arts-integration for K-6 classroom teach...
PhD Dissertation Defense
John Meisner dissertation defense - "Understanding Preservice Teachers' Experiences"
New Art in Transit bus wraps unveiled
A girl riding her mountain bike on the Cache Valley terrain with local landmarks in the background is the artistic piece that will be seen driving around the valley this year as the winner of the Art in Transit competition to design a bus wrap.
Congratulations to Shannon Erickson, the Teacher of the Year at Mountainside Elementary!
Known for her energy, creativity, and the beautiful artwork she helps her students produce, Shannon Erickson has been named Mountainside Elementary’s 2018-2019 Teacher of the Year. Erickson has taught at Mountainside for four years as the Beverly Taylor S...
Pioneer Theatre has seen a key state grant drop from $85K to $45K as Utah arts groups have multiplied. Now lawmakers may triple that funding
In a ghost town near Leeds — far away from the decision-makers in the Utah Capitol — Ronald Cundick is trying to keep a bit of Utah history from falling apart. “You have to use old mortar. You can’t use new mortar. It’s too strong; it breaks up the bricks...
Melanie Haslam is the BTSALP Visual Art Specialist at Canyon Elementary School in Cache County. Follow along step by step as she brings Science, History and Visual Art together with Eco Printing. A big thank you to Melanie for an excellent lesson and blo...
BTSALP Statewide Conference 2018
On September 13th and 14th, members of the Beverley Taylor Sorenson Arts Learning Program, from all over the state gathered at the Utah State Capitol to connect, learn and create. Specialists, principals, university partners all working together to create...
Art in Transit program unveils new bus art at Summerfest
Three Fast Forward High School students will get to see their artwork driving around the city for the next year, their reward for winning the Design a Bus Wrap competition. The design by Fast Forward students Frederick Ball, Cameron Barry and Shawn Greene...
Lewiston Elementary Arts Specialist: Mandi Sigg UTAH'S NATIVE ANIMALS POP! Fourth Graders exhibiting learned facts about native animals of Utah and their habitats.
Sixth grade classes (90 students) at Canyon Elementary worked with glass artist, Carrie Trenholm and created fused glass panels inspired by ancient cultures. Students learned about West African Adrinka textile designs and symbols, Egyptian hieroglyphics, ...
'Art in Transit' program continues to introduce student art to the community
HYRUM — Fourth grade students gasped with delight as they exited the doors of Lincoln Elementary on Monday morning and saw their own artwork on display. “See that on the sign?” fourth-grader Codee Thompson said. “That’s mine.”
Learn about the latest happenings within Utah State University's BTSALP program.