Fall Newsletter 2016

Featured Stories

Faculty Spotlight

Help Fight the Effects of Climate Change

Two Professors Publish Books on Climate Change, Sustainability

Alumni Spotlight 

Inspiring the Next Generation

A Legacy of Giving at Weber State University

College News

Changes for the Better

Renovations for the Social Science Building Are on the Horizon

Additional Stories

Joshua Redhair: Where is he Now?

Andre Lortz Receives Richards Institute Award

Weber State Looking to Renovate Social Science Building

Upcoming Events

November 30: The College of Social & Behavioral Sciences presents the next installment of the Department of History sponsored film series Testaments of Youth: Childhood, Adolescence, and Cinema, 1955-1968. Jean-Luc Godard's classic Masculin/Feminin will be screened in the Wildcat Theater, 7 p.m.

December 5: Politics and Pizza Forum: Debating the Electoral College. This event, sponsored by the Weber County League of Women Voters, will discuss the pros and cons of the Electoral College system. The forum will be held in the Shepherd Union Lair at 11:30 a.m.

December 7: The College of Social & Behavioral Sciences presents the last installment of the Department of History sponsored film series Testaments of Youth: Childhood, Adolescence, and Cinema, 1955-1968. The final film in the series is Heißer Sommer (Hot Summer), directed by Joachim Hasler. The film will be screened in the Wildcat Theater, 7 p.m. 

December 16: Weber State University Honors Fall 2016 Graduates

January 25: Weber State University welcomes Diana Liverman, PhD of the University of Arizona as part of The College of Social & Behavioral Sciences' Distinguished Lecture Series. She will be speaking about the human dimensions of global environmental change in the Dumke Center, 7 p.m. This event is free and open to the public.   

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