WSU News Headlines

10th Annual Wildcat Block Party to Kick Off Year

The 10th annual Wildcat Block Party on Aug. 29 will draw thousands to an outdoor festival that celebrates WSU and highlights many campus departments, programs and clubs.

WSU Professor Receives Fulbright to Teach Wildlife Conservation in Austria

Zoology professor Sam Zeveloff was selected as a Fulbright Scholar and will teach as a visiting professor at the University of Natural Resources and Life Sciences, Vienna in Austria.

WSU Students, Professor First to Track Bird Species

Zoology professor John Cavitt, alongside three students, is the first person to track the migration of the American Avocet, a bird native to the Western United States, using satellite technology.

WSU Student Receives International Award for Thesis on Gratitude in the Workplace

Crystalee Beck, recent professional communications master's graduate, won award for best paper at a Corporate Communication International Conference on Corporate Communication in Hong Kong.

WSU’s Stewart Library Seeking Help to Tell Early Immigrants’ Stories

A new oral-history project, will document Chinese, Japanese, Greek and Italian populations in Ogden, but Special Collections needs help to find photographs and interviews.

WSU Alumni Golf Tournament Funds Student Scholarships

The Alumni Association (WSUAA) Golf Classic raised over $40,000 in scholarship money and one golfer won a new car. The tournament is held annually at The Barn Golf Club in Pleasant View.

Grand Opening Planned for WSU’s New Public Safety Building

The public is invited to the grand opening of Weber State University’s new Public Safety Building, located on the northwest corner of campus (3734 Dixon Parkway) on Aug. 14 from 1-4 p.m.

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