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Quality and variety. Weber's focus on excellent teaching extends through more than 225 certificate and degree programs, 11 graduate programs and many other educational opportunities.
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History and community. Founded in 1889, Weber State University prides itself on excellent teaching, providing access to educational opportunity, and its active role within the community.
At Weber, we take teaching to heart and proudly produce the educators of tomorrow.
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WSU will host a series of events throughout November in honor of Native History Month, culminating with the 11th Annual Native Symposium on Nov. 10.
Author and historian William MacKinnon will discuss forgotten stories of the Utah War on Nov. 7 at 7 p.m. in WSU's Hurst Center Dumke Legacy Hall.
Lisa Trujillo has been helping the University of Ghana implement a Bachelor of Science in Respiratory Therapy program. For her efforts, she received the International Council for Respiratory Care’s Toshihiko Koga, MD International Medal.
Paralympic gold medalist and Weber State University alumnus David Blair will be honored during pre-game activities at the WSU football game on Oct. 15.