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Jeffrey and Bonnie Clark Provide $6 Million Gift to USU


Jeffrey D. Clark shares his vision for new center.

Utah State University alumnus Jeffrey Clark and his wife, Bonnie Clark, have provided a $6 million leadership gift to help establish the Jeffrey D. Clark Center for Entrepreneurship at the Jon M. Huntsman School of Business at Utah State University.

Mr. Clark was…

 

ANALYTICAL RIGOR

Two USU Profs. Awarded Major Grant to Study Online Games


Dr. Forsgren Velasquez studies online learning.

Huntsman Assistant Professor Nicole Forsgren Velasquez and Associate Professor Taylor Martin, of the Emma Eccles Jones College of Education & Human Services, have been awarded a $300,000 grant that will send them deep into the world of online games.

The 18-month…

 

ENTREPRENEURSHIP

Matt Eyring, Senior Vivint Executive, Says Innovate or Die


Matt Eyring talks of "disruptive innovation."

Many companies don’t understand the need for constant innovation, and because they don’t, they are destined to fail, according to Matt Eyring, an entrepreneur who has studied what’s been called “disruptive innovation.”

Mr. Eyring, who came and spoke to a Dean’s...

 

GLOBAL LEARNING EXPERIENCES

NYC Career Exploration Trip Offers Unique Big Apple Insight


Paul Fjeldsted speaks with students in NYC.

Huntsman students left the classroom to explore career possibilities in New York City recently. Click on the button below to watch video interviews with students who went on the trip, and an interview with Paul Fjeldsted, a faculty member who led the group.

 

ANALYTICAL RIGOR

William F. Shughart II Describes Past IRS Audit Abuses


William F. Shughart II talks of IRS audit abuses.

Earlier this year the IRS came under fire for auditing non-profit groups based on their political leanings. In this video interview Professor William F. Shughart II describes how historically other groups have been targeted because of their contrasting ideologies.