WSU's 16th Annual Diversity Conference will explore the importance of diversity in education, Sept. 25-26. All events are free and open to the public.
Two professors have combined history and microbiology in the university’s first Massive Open Online Course (MOOC), “Microbes Rule the World: Effects of Disease on History.”
A debate on the constitutionality of same-sex marriage, and a panel exploring the First Amendment are key events scheduled for Constitution Week at Sept. 15-18.
English professor, Hal Crimmel’s book, "Desert Water" brings scientific research together with the experienced voices of environmental social scientists, humanists, and activists to provide a broad perspective on Utah water issues.
A Cold War expert from Germany will be the first visiting international professor in Weber State University’s Department of History.
WSU's Department of Child and Family Studies will host the Families Alive Conference 2014 on Sept.18-20, which offers help to strengthen and maintain relationships.
Interior design and design engineering technology students will have 48 hours to come up with plans for a cultural center for the Timbisha Shoshone Native American tribe during their annual design competition, beginning Sept. 11.
The second annual Allen Holmes Diversity Symposium on Sept. 9, will host Wade Davis II, a former WSU football star who spent a brief stint in the NFL and announced he was gay in 2012.