WSU is hosting several programs and events to help meet the needs of community members during the holidays.
An ongoing study by students from WSU’s Department of Psychology is examining the levels of empathy shown by health care professionals and pre-health students.
High school students from all over Utah will present their business ideas to a panel of judges in a competition for a $1,000 startup prize at Weber State University.
Students who earn their MBA in the Goddard School of Business & Economics at WSU are enrolled in a program that has made Princeton Review’s annual “Best Business Schools” rankings for nine consecutive years.
Weber State University is among five universities chosen this year to receive the 2015 Higher Education Civic Engagement Awards presented by The Washington Center and the New York Life Foundation.
Labor activist and songwriter Joe Hill was executed for murder in Utah in 1914. He is the focus of Weber Historical Society’s lecture, Nov. 16 at 7 p.m.
MSNBC host and New York Times best-selling author Janet Mock will discuss “living authentically,” during Convocations at Weber State University Nov.17 at noon.
A ribbon-cutting ceremony will mark the grand opening of Weber State Farmington Station, a professional education center located at 270 N. East Promontory, Farmington, Utah on Nov. 17.
The Friends of the Stewart Library Annual Book Sale will begin Nov. 12 at the Stewart Library on Weber State University’s Ogden campus.
Smartphone addiction is a contributing factor to reduced test performance and anxiety, according to research from WSU psychology students.
The 10th Annual Native Symposium at WSU, Nov. 10, will include tribal representatives in Utah to discuss sacred land.
WSU will hold a series of Veterans Day events Nov. 11 that culminate with a 4:30 p.m. ceremony, “A Light to Remember,” at the Stewart Bell Tower Plaza.
Facebook usage is influenced by personality traits, according to a study by students in WSU’s Department of Psychology.
The role of forgiveness will be explored in an art exhibition and panel discussion at WSU Nov. 5 from 10:30 a.m.- noon in the Shepherd Union Building Room 316.
Scrapbooks filled with memories of Ogden and Ben Lomond High Schools are being preserved and digitized by Weber State University’s Stewart Library Digital Collections.
Renowned climate scientist and glaciologist Richard Alley will discuss the history of climate change and possible solutions during two presentations on Dec. 11 at 12:30 and 5:30.
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