Andrew Bell, senior researcher for the International Food Policy Research Institute, will speak at noon Oct. 7 in Elizabeth Hall room 229 as part of the Food Matters Lecture Series.
Weber State University will host its Homecoming 2014: A Wildcat Tradition beginning Oct. 3 and ending on Oct. 11 when WSU’s football team faces Cal Poly.
The public is invited to attend the 46th Annual WSU Salutes ceremony to honor outstanding students, alumni and community members. The event will be held Oct. 9 at 7 p.m. in the Hurst Center Dumke Legacy Hall.
On Sept. 29 at WSU, K. Arkesh, the former inspector general of India’s Central Reserve Police Force, will discuss his work combating terrorism during multiple presentations.
It is love at first "fight" in this charming Tony Award-winning musical set in 1930's-era Budapest. Coworkers Georg and Amalia cannot seem to get along. Little do they realize that each other is the other's secret pen pal met through lonely-hearts ads.
Thanks to the work of a WSU computer science student, medical-design tests can now be done on a computer, reducing the need for human or animal testing.
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.
WSU professor Jennifer A. Kokai named one of seven playwrights to participate in 21st annual playwrights’ week in New York City. "Girl of Glass" recognized for revealing "unheard and vital perspectives."
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.
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.
Richard Stallman, a MacArthur ‘Genius Grant’ winner, a computer programmer and activist, will present "Free Software and Your Freedom," at Weber State University on Oct. 30 at 12:30 p.m. in the Elizabeth Hall George S. Eccles Lecture Hall Room 229. The public is invited to attend the 90-minute presentation followed by a 60- minute question-and-answer period.
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.
The Telitha E. Lindquist College of Arts & Humanities announced the opening of the Department of Visual Art & Design Biennial Faculty Exhibition, Sept. 5, at 7 p.m.
WSU presents the 17th annual Greek Festival, Sept. 15-17. The Euripedes’ play "Hecuba," produced by The Classical Greek Theater Festival will be presented Sept. 17.
Community members and students are invited to learn from city officials about how city government works and ways to become involved.
The Weber State men's tennis team defeated Montana 5-2 on Saturday at the Ogden Athletic Club in a matchup of the lone two undefeated teams in the Big Sky Conference.