Board of Regents approves new USU school

The Utah State Board of Regents has approved an administrative restructuring that creates the School of Applied Sciences, Technology and Education within the Utah State University College of Agriculture. Effective July 1, the School of Applied Sciences, Technology and Education has replaced the USU Agricultural Systems, Technology and Education Department and encompasses two units at Utah State University-College of Eastern Utah. These include the divisions of Professional and Technical Education Division and the Workforce Education Division. Bruce Miller, who was named assistant dean of the School of Applied Sciences, Technology and Education, says the combination of knowledge, skills and abilities within the new school allows USU to offer cohesive and coordinated programs that will prepare students for higher paying, high-demand jobs in career and technical fields.

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