Teams of middle and high school students from across nine states will compete to design a prosthetic arm that can complete a variety of tasks during an event held at Weber State University, June 24 and 25.
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In recognition of a generous $5 million gift, WSU created the Jerry & Vickie Moyes Center for Supply Chain Excellence.
Weber State University students are designing, engineering and prototyping new technologies for businesses and the community. The Concept Center has worked on more than 40 large projects and collaborated with 100+ companies.
The New American Philharmonic will provide a free concert July 17 beginning at 9 p.m. at the Ada Lindquist Plaza. At approximately 10 p.m., attendees will enjoy one of the largest fireworks displays in Utah, accompanied by the symphony.
The 27th annual Juneteenth Freedom and Heritage Festival will take place June 17-18 at Weber State University’s Bell Tower Plaza from noon to 9 p.m.
Weber State University will host hundreds of high school students selected from across Utah for Girls and Boys State sponsored by the American Legion. Girls State will be held June 6-11 and Boys State from June 13-17.
Large drilling rigs are boring holes deep in the earth on the north side of Weber State University’s Stewart Stadium to create a system to heat and cool university buildings more efficiently and cost effectively.
Children of all ages and abilities can engage in science experiments and art projects during the summer thanks to Weber State University’s interactive outreach programs Science in the Parks and Arts in the Parks.
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