Get Involved in our Annual Events
There's no excuse for boredom. The College of Engineering organizes dozens of events to help promote community interaction, student involvement, and awareness of our world-class academic and outreach programs.
Join the Engineers Without Borders in their annual 5K run. The event typically takes place in mid-April.
It's your time to shine. The College of Engineering undergraduate convocation and graduate hooding ceremonies are now combined into a single event. Don't miss this exciting ceremony held each spring in the Dee Glen Smith Spectrum.Commencement
This event combines the fascinating science behind engineering with fun, hands-on activities that teach engineering principles. Come see how engineers inspire wonder by rolling around in a human Zorb Ball, launching mini rockets, or playing in the 3D sandbox.Community Night
Hosted by the Society of Women Engineers, this two-day event is for high school girls grades 9–11. Participants explore USU's engineering disciplines and learn what it's like to be an engineer. Parents are also welcome to attend. Registration is available online.
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Engineering State, sometimes referred to as "E-State," is a four-day summer camp for high school juniors. Participants explore USU's engineering disciplines through hands-on workshops and exciting activities. The event takes place each June on the Logan campus.Engineering State
This student-favorite falls on the week of Presidents Day. Join us all week as we celebrate engineers and the engineering profession with food, games, special events, guest speakers, contests, banquet, awards ceremony, and our famous cardboard boat race.Engineers Week
Launch Your Engineering Career
Launch Your Engineering Career is a guide that outlines the major events, services, and experiences available to all undergraduates. Events include workshops in areas including academic preparation, engineering engagement, and career readiness.Launch Your Engineering Career
Order of the Engineer
The Order of the Engineer was initiated in the United States to foster a spirit of pride and responsibility in the engineering profession, to bridge the gap between training and experience, and to present to the public a visible symbol identifying the engineer.Order of the Engineer
The American Society of Mechanical Engineer's annual pumpkin toss combines fall, physics, and fun. The public is invited to watch as teams of engineering students from across Utah compete to hurl their pumpkins the farthest using a device called a trebuchet. These medieval machines toss heavy pumpkins in a tournament of distance, accuracy, and mechanical design. Food vendors on site.Pumpkin Toss
USU is one of the most research-intensive institutions in the U.S. Each spring semester we host a large research poster session open to undergraduate and graduate students. Prizes are offered to the top three posters in each category. We also present an awards ceremony with special guest speaker and luncheon.Research Week
Senior Design Night
Each spring, our graduating students showcase their senior capstone projects. Many of these innovative technology solutions are sponsored by industry and address a real-world engineering problem. Parents and members of the community are encouraged to attend. Food provided.Senior Design Night
Space Dynamics Laboratory Lecture Series
This ongoing lecture series gives students and faculty an opportunity to learn about the latest in space exploration and other leading technologies developed at the Space Dynamics Laboratory.Space Dynamics Laboratory Lecture Series
Student Professional Awareness Conference
The Student Professional Awareness Conference, known as SPAC, is organized by the USU chapter of IEEE. This event connects students with industry leaders and helps prepare participants for their future careers. SPAC takes place on the Logan campus each March.SPAC Event