WSU will host the second annual Engineering Technology Open House for high school students enrolled in college courses, April 28 from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.
The 34th annual Crystal Crest Awards will honor outstanding Weber State University students, faculty and staff in Academy Awards style in the Shepherd Union Ballroom on April 23 at 7 p.m.
Weber State University officials expect the class of 2015-16 to total more than 5,406 graduates who will be honored April 29 during WSU’s 147th commencement.
John Mull, from WSU’s Department of Zoology, and Paul Schvaneveldt, from the Department of Child & Family Studies, will officially be recognized during Weber State’s 147th commencement ceremony April 29.
The intersection of politics and polling is the subject of the Haven J. Barlow Spring Civic Leadership Forum. The public is invited to the panel, “Politics and Polling,” April 20 at noon.
WSU Interior design students will auction vintage chairs April 22 during the annual Charitable Chair event. Proceeds will benefit the Boys & Girls Clubs and the WSU Interior Design scholarship fund.
Weber State University President Charles A. Wight today announced the Dream 125 fundraising campaign has exceeded its goal of $125 million with two months before it ends officially. The total so far: $146,117,541.97.
A train collision Feb. 19, 1904, west of Ogden, Utah, set off an explosion that killed 25 people. Former Standard-Examiner columnist Charles Trentelman will present “Blasted Out of History” at Weber State University April 18.
WSU is strengthening its green roots and celebrating Earth Day by planting eight trees on the north side of Stewart Stadium, April 20 at 1 p.m.
WSU Honors students expressed through art the problems of income inequality. Their exhibit, “Mapping the difference, Making a difference,” will be on display in the Kimball Visual Arts Center Project Gallery, April 11-15.
The community is invited to help WSU celebrate its successful Dream 125 campaign, in which the university exceeded its goal to raise $125 million. Festivities take place on April 13 in the Shepherd Union Building.
WSU marks the end of the Dream 125 Campaign in April 2016. Significant milestones mark the path to the end of the campaign. Here are 125 facts for Dream 125.
Weber State University’s Outdoor Program, Petzl, GEAR:30 and the Front Climbing Club will present the ninth annual Ogden Climbing Festival (OCF9), April 8-9.
Weber State University welcomes Irish writer Colm Tóibín, author of the novel “Brooklyn,” from April 11–12. Events will include a film screening and lectures.
The Women’s Center at WSU is hosting Take Back the Night, an event to bring awareness to sexual violence, on April 14.
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