Weber State University will award honorary degrees to a former university president, a former faculty member, and a couple with long-time ties to the campus at the university's 120th commencement December 13 at 2 p.m. in the Dee Events Center.
For years, Kay Gillespie, chairman of Weber State University's criminal justice department, has delivered his annual "Anti-Claus" lecture, ringing in the holiday season with a warning about the evils of Santa Claus. But this year, Gillespie may have met his match.
The Weber State University men’s soccer club defeated Brigham Young University 2-0 to win the NIRSA College Soccer Sports Club Championship in Bakersfield, Calif., on Saturday.
Weber State University's Department of Radiologic Sciences was named the best training program in the country by Auntminnie.com, the web site of a national organization of radiologists and medical imaging professionals.
Joanna Joseph, former wife of polygamist Alex Joseph, will present "Reflections of a Plural Wife – My Life with Alex Joseph" November 20 at 11 a.m. in Weber State University’s Stewart Library Special Collections.
Weber State University's Department of History, in partnership with Weber County School District, has received a federal grant worth almost $1 million targeted at finding new ways to improve elementary and secondary students’ knowledge of American history.
WSU communications students dominated the competition at a recent regional conference of the National Broadcasting Society.
Visitors to Weber State University's web site will find a new look starting today.
Weber State University's College of Arts & Humanities has named Trisha Buhrley and Natalie Hill Vickers its Liberace Scholars for this year.
For more than 60 years, Serenity House has been helping people with alcohol and drug addictions rebuild their lives. Now it's Serenity House that's in need of rehabilitation.
Are you culturally competent? In a global society, no one can escape the need - or the opportunity - to learn about other cultures. As a result, educational programs, from preschool to graduate school, are emphasizing the importance of cultural competence.
Weber State University will host the seventh-annual Storytelling Festival Nov. 11-13. The three-day event will be held at the Ogden Eccles Conference Center and Peery's Egyptian Theater, 2415 Washington Blvd. in Ogden, from 9:30 a.m. to 8:30 p.m. each day.
Weber State University's Major Fest 2002 will be held November 6 from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. in the Shepherd Union Ballroom. The event is aimed at helping high school seniors and current college students decide on a major of study.
Halloween may be the time of year for ghosts and ghouls, but criminologist James Fox deals with modern-day monsters all year long. Fox studies serial killers.
Environmental Potentials' lead research and development engineer hasn't been in the corporate office in weeks, but his bosses don't seem to mind.
Rita Moreno, the only female performer ever to win the four major entertainment awards (the Oscar, the Tony, the Grammy, and the Emmy), will speak at Weber State University on Thursday (Oct. 3) at 10 a.m. in the Shepherd Union Ballroom, sharing her experiences from a career that has spanned seven decades.
As a society we have become increasingly dependent on technology, all the while putting ourselves at greater risk for theft of data, damage from computer-borne viruses and worms, and the take-over of company networks by hackers.
Mary Ann Anderson knows the clock never stops for caregivers of patients suffering from Alzheimer's disease and other forms of dementia.
In recognition of Paul and Carolyn Thompson's 12 years of service and commitment to Weber State University, the school's board of trustees has created a scholarship in honor of the couple.
Weber State University's Services for Women Students wants everyone to pledge their commitment to stopping violence against women by wearing white ribbons in October.
For the third year in a row, The Signpost has placed first in the nation in the annual Society of Professional Journalists (SPJ) contest recognizing outstanding student journalism.
On the final weekend of summer, Weber State University invites hikers of all ages to participate in a university tradition that began 80 years ago. Enjoy this season's hues of red, yellow and orange from an elevation of nearly 5,000 feet during the Mount Ogden Hike this Saturday (Sept. 21).
When the Weber State University Wildcats take the field for their first home football game of 2002, the WSU Victory Bell will once again be part of the action.
In honor of the Stewart Education Foundation's longstanding support of Weber State University and its key role in the university's capital campaign with over $25 million in gifts and pledges, three buildings on campus will be named in honor of the foundation's trustees.
The "Governor's Northern Utah Marriage Celebration" will be held at Weber State University on September 20. Join with hundreds of couples for an evening of education, entertainment and fun.
Students in Emergency Care & Rescue courses at Weber State University can now benefit from first-hand accounts from paramedics in the field, right in the classroom.
Weber State University will join with the community and nation in remembering the events of September 11, 2001 by hosting "A Patriotic Celebration of Freedom," at 6:30 p.m. on September 11, 2002.
The State Board of Regents has selected Dr. F. Ann Millner, currently Vice President for University Relations at Weber State, as the 11th President of Weber State University.
Utah Musical Theatre’s 2003 season includes a new award-winning musical and two timeless favorites for the whole family to enjoy.
Responding to growing demand from construction companies and workers, WSU will offer construction management technology classes at Salt Lake Community College beginning this fall.
The public is invited to the grand opening of the Ethel Wattis Kimball Visual Arts Center at Weber State University, scheduled for 11:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. May 24.
For Linda Eaton, anthropology professor at Weber State University, receiving a Fulbright scholarship to teach Native American Studies at Charles University in Prague was only half the story.
Construction will begin with a groundbreaking ceremony April 30 at noon along University Park Boulevard (1200 W.) & 2700 N., Layton, just east of the TRW complex.
When Norman Tarbox, Jr. accepted the offer to become the new vice president of administrative services at Weber State University, it was akin to a family reunion.
Paul Thompson announced today he is stepping down as president of Weber State University. He has asked the Board of Regents to begin a search to find his successor.
Weber State University’s Board of Trustees unanimously approved the selection of Jack Rasmussen as the new dean of the Jerry and Vickie Moyes College of Education.