More than 1,500 graduates are expected for WSU's commencement ceremony at the Dee Events Center, Dec. 13 beginning at 1 p.m.
Health care executive and business owner Joné Law Koford will receive an honorary doctorate of humanities during WSU’s 142nd commencement ceremony.
In celebration of the holiday season and science, President Wight, chemistry professor Michelle Paustenbaugh and chemistry instructor Carol Campbell will conduct the first Faraday Lectures at WSU on Dec. 16 and 17.
A team of WSU computer science students has created a new system to help a HAFB restaurant, which primarily employs adults with special needs, to fill orders more smoothly.
Four WSU professors in child and family studies have partnered with the Department of Workforce Services to study intergenerational poverty in Utah with a focus on children.
Alleviating older Americans’ depression won’t automatically result in them having more cash for the holidays, according to a study co-published by Brandon Koford, WSU assistant professor of economics.
Visual Arts students have created an exhibit depicting the damaging effects of Utah’s poor air quality on display in the Shepherd Union Bridge Gallery.
A laminated world map on the wall of Kathleen Cadman’s office depicts all the countries she has lived in or visited. In less than 34 years, Cadman has visited 108 countries and seven continents.
Lesbian and bisexual college-aged women suffer depression and attempt suicide at a significantly higher rate than average, according to a WSU researcher.
The Weber State women’s basketball team pulled away from Utah Valley on Saturday after trailing by as many as 18 points to pick up a 79-64 win.
The Weber State University Ethics Bowl earned a bid to the upcoming national championship after winning the Wasatch Regional Ethics Bowl Nov. 9.
The Weber Historical Society’s Fall Lecture Series presents “Ogden’s Famous and Infamous,” Nov. 18 at 7 p.m. in the Lindquist Alumni Center.
The WSU Chapter of the American Medical Student Association is sponsoring an event to discuss the the Affordable Care Act on Nov. 15 in Elizabeth Hall Room 229.
The grand opening of the new Weber State Downtown building will continue to strengthen ties between the Ogden community and the university. The ribbon cutting will occur Nov. 21 at 10:30 a.m.
The March of Dimes has partnered with WSU's Professional Business Leaders(PBL)Chapter to bring a "Teddy Bear Den" to new, low-income mothers in the Weber County area.
WSU will honor student veterans, their friends and families, at an awards luncheon, Nov. 11 at noon in the Shepherd Union Ballroom A.
The weeklong 40th anniversary celebration of the WSU Social Science Building will include an open house with family-friendly games and activities, a college reunion and a lecture from a renowned historian.
The Walker Institute continues an education discussion with the Haven J. Barlow Fall Leadership Forum: “Learn Today, Lead Tomorrow," on Nov. 12 in the Shepherd Union Ballroom A.
WSU welcomes renowned Johns Hopkins University geographer Antoinette WinklerPrins, who will present “Amazonian Dark Earths: Implications for Conservation and Development of the Region” Nov. 8.
Environmental and political activist Chip Ward will present “Please, No More Environmentalists: Embodiment as a Path to Ecological Citizenship” as part of WSU’s yearlong dialogue about air quality.
The Dr. Ezekiel R. Dumke College of Health Professions has received a $2.5 million “capacity-building grant” to double the size of two high-demand programs.
WSU will host the statewide Multicultural Youth Leadership Summit Oct. 30 from 8 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. with the theme "Preparing for the Real World."
Master of Business Administration in the John B. Goddard School of Business & Economics at WSU has made Princeton Review’s annual “Best Business Schools” book for seven years consecutively.
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