List of Utah State University faculty
The following is a partial list of notable Utah State University faculty, past and present. Utah State University is located in Logan, Utah, and currently employs more than 800 faculty in seven colleges and schools. This list does not contain the names of presidents or alumni of the university, unless they also happen to fall into the faculty category.
Notable faculty and staff
- Leonard J. Arrington, "father of Mormon history"
- Michael Ballam, tenor
- Philip Barlow, world's first full-time professor of Mormon studies at a secular university
- Ken Brewer, poet
- Jim Cangelosi, 2011 Carnegie Professor of the Year
- George Dewey Clyde, Governor of Utah
- Christopher Cokinos, poet and nonfiction writer
- Richard P. Condie, Grammy-winning former director of the Mormon Tabernacle Choir
- Stephen R. Covey, management scholar and best-selling author of The Seven Habits of Highly Effective People; holds the Jon M. Huntsman Presidential Chair in Leadership at USU
- Hugo de Garis, artificial intelligence researcher
- Lee Frischknecht, former president of National Public Radio
- the members of the Fry Street Quartet
- Craig Jessop, former director of the Mormon Tabernacle Choir
- John D. Johnson, former chief technology officer and co-founder of FNC Inc.
- Rainer Maria Latzke, mural and fresco painter; founder of the Institute of Frescography
- Don L. Lind, NASA astronaut; member of "The Original 19"
- Stew Morrill, current head men's basketball coach; over 500 wins in 23 seasons
- David Peak, physicist; mentored 1 Rhodes and 7 Goldwater Scholars; Utah Carnegie Professor of the Year
- Richard Powers, novelist, author of The Echo Maker; retired in 1987
- Joseph Tainter, anthropologist and historian
- Clinton E. (Gene) Tobey, USU Logan, USU Eastern alumni; teaches sculpture and three-dimensional design at USU Logan; teacher (1969-1973) and Department Chair (1972-1973) at Casper Community College, Wyoming; namesake of the Gene Tobey Memorial Art Scholarship Fund created by his wife Rebecca Tobey in 2006
- John A. Widtsoe, former member of the Quorum of Twelve Apostles of the LDS Church
- "USU's Jim Cangelosi Named Utah's 2011 Carnegie Professor of the Year". Utah State University. Retrieved 19 November 2011.
- "Alums of Note". Utah State Magazine. Fall 2012. Retrieved March 8, 2013.
- Tobey, Rebecca. Partners in Art: Gene and Rebecca Tobey, pp. 345, 350 - 355. Fresco Fine Art Publications, 2007. ISBN 978-1-934491-02-7