Events

Spring 2015

February

Feb. 9 – The Geography Department, along with the Geography Club, WSU's Amnesty International Club, Anthropology Club and Black Scholars United, will host "Lost Boy of the Sudan", a lecture by Dut Bior, the founder and CEO of SOAP International, titled , 6 p.m., Wildcat Theater, free, public welcome.

Feb. 13 - Amnesty International will have a general meeting with free pizza included, 12:30 p.m., Social Sciences Room 237. 

Feb. 21 - Amnesty International hosts the Adrian L. Maxson Scholarship for Social Justice Benefit Concert, 7:30 p.m., Peery's Egyptian Theater, suggested minimum donation of $10. 

Feb. 23 - The Weber Historical Society Spring 2015 Lecture Series and Weber State University Alumni Association present "Freemasonry and Mormonism", a lecture by lawyer and award-winning independent historian Michael W. Homer, 7 p.m., Garden Room, Lindquist Alumni Center, free, public welcome. 

Feb. 24 - Amnesty International will have a general meeting with free pizza included, 1:30 p.m., Social Sciences Room 237. 

Feb. 26 - The College of Social & Behavioral Sciences will host their Distinguished Lecture Series, featuring this year's Distinguished Lecturer Professor Jay Winter of Yale University, who will discuss World War I in the lecture titled "The Transnational History of the First World War", 7:15 p.m., Hurst Center Dumke Legacy Hall, free, public welcome.

March

March 9-13 – The Department of Neuroscience will host their "Brain Awareness Week" where students will present research about the brain and participate in various brain-related activities at local schools and organizations, such as The Boys & Girls Club and Ogden Outreach. 

March 17 - The Teaching & Learning Forum's GIFTS Lecture Series presents "Developing Interactive eTexts: A Little Technology Can Go A Long Way", a lecture by Bob Fudge, 2 p.m., Special Collections Room of the Stewart Library, free, public welcome.

March 23 - The Weber Historical Society Spring 2015 Lecture Series and Weber State Alumni Association present "Lost Apostles of Mormonism", a lecture by local independent historian H. Michael Marquardt, 7 p.m., Garden Room, Lindquist Alumni Center, free, public welcome. 

April

April 13 - The Weber Historical Society Spring 2015 Lecture Series and Weber State Alumni Association present "The Magna Carta", a lecture by Weber State University faculty member Dr. Stephen Francis, 7 p.m., Garden Room, Lindquist Alumni Center, free, public welcome.

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