Geography now offers an Environmental Studies Minor! Learn more.
Geography Scholarships! Apply by January 15th 2014, Click for more info.
GIS Day is November 20th! Click for more info.
National Geographic Awareness Week is November 18-22! Click here.
Friday November 8th: Social Science Building 40th Birthday Celebration!
Geography Open House from 5-7pm and visiting Geographer Antoinette WinklerPrins
Forensic Investigations: Internal & Post Armed Conflict in Guatemala
Geography Club Meeting: Thursday, September 19th, 1:45pm, SS 318
Water Works Series Film: "Living Downstream", Tuesday, January 15th at 12 noon in the Wildcat Theater.
WSU Geographers in the UN Human Rights Program in Geneva, Switzerland
Annual Spring Pizza Party:
Annual Autumn Geography Potluck/Picnic:
Held every fall at the beginning of the new semester. For pictures of a recent picnic, click here.
Major Geography Related Campus and Community Events:
Environmental Issues Committee:
The Environmental Issues Committee at Weber State University is a collection of faculty, staff, administrators, students, and community members aimed at increasing our university's awareness and efforts toward environmental stewardship. For more info, click here.
the Environmental Club:
Providing leadership and information to the community (both WSU and beyond) on matters of environmental stewardship and protection.
Sponsored by the Student Success Center annually in Febuary in the Shepherd Union. The 2013 Major's Fest will be held February 6th in the Student Union Building on the second floor in the ballroom from 8:30 am-12:30pm and 4:30-6pm. There, you can explore the many possibilities of programs and majors at Weber State University. For more information, click here.
GIS Day is held every November in the middle of National Geography Awareness Week.
For pictures of GIS day, click here.
For more information about GIS Day and for current GIS news, click here.
Polk and Taylor Elementary Map Painting:
For information about past and upcoming field trips, click here.