WSU’s Department of Physics hosts the ninth annual Physics Open House, Oct. 9 from 6 to 9 p.m. The event, which is free and open to all ages, features activities conducted by physics faculty and students.
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Education leaders from across Utah will gather at WSU Oct. 8-9 to examine the causes of teacher shortages in Utah and nationwide, and discuss strategies to change perceptions about the teaching profession.
High school students and community members are invited to learn about higher education and careers during the Expect the Great conference especially for the African-American community on Oct. 10.
WSU's Diversity Conference studies issues of race with the theme "So You Think You're Blind to Color? Questioning Interpersonal, Institutional and Structural Systems of Racial Oppression" October 8-9.
Original works of Civil War artist Mort Künstler will be exhibited as part of the Lampros Lecture Series hosted by the history department. “Civil War Stories” will be free and open to the public Oct. 15-7 from noon-7 p.m.
Engaging millennials in political and policy debates is the subject of the Haven J. Barlow Fall Civic Leadership Forum at WSU. The public is invited to a panel discussion Oct. 8 at noon.
Isaac Farley knows what it’s like to be homeless. He’s been there. A WSU entrepreneurship minor, Farley created O-Town Kitchen, an organization that employs homeless parents to make and sell food.
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