Events

Spring 2023

Every Monday: Student Senate Watch Party

2 - 4 p.m. CSBS Student Center, Lindquist Hall 209
Meet your CSBS Student Senator, Kosta Kambouris, at 2 p.m., watch the student senate meeting starting at 2:30 p.m. and eat popcorn.

February 3: Fall in Love with Your College - Clubs & Organizations

Noon - 2 p.m. CSBS Student Center (Lindquist Hall 209)
Stop by the CSBS Student Center throughout the month of February to find great resources in the college. Meet clubs and organizations within the college. Refreshments will be served.

February 4: WSU Women's Basketball Game with Student Mentors

Noon - Dee Events Center
Meet student mentors from the College of Social & Behavioral Sciences, the College of Engineering, Applied Science and Technology and the College of Education at the East entrance of the Dee Events Center and support the women's basketball team. Bring your Wildcard for free entry to the game.

February 10: Fall in Love with Your College - Advisors, Mentors & Tutors

Noon - 2 p.m. CSBS Student Center (Lindquist Hall 209)
Stop by the CSBS Student Center throughout the month of February to find great resources in the college. Meet advisors, mentors and tutors within the college. Refreshments will be served.

February 16: WSU Women's Basketball Game with Student Mentors

6 p.m. East entrance of the Dee Events Center
Meet student mentors from the College of Social & Behavioral Sciences, the College of Engineering, Applied Science and Technology and the College of Education at the East entrance of the Dee Events Center and support the women's basketball team. Bring your Wildcard for free entry to the game.

February 24: Fall in Love with Your College - College Leaders

Noon - 2 p.m. CSBS Student Center (Lindquist Hall 209)
Stop by the CSBS Student Center throughout the month of February to find great resources in the college. Meet leaders within the college. Refreshments will be served.

February 27: Dr. Erin Bush Lecture

12:30 - 1:30 p.m. Haven J. Barlow Lecture Hall (Lindquist Hall 101)
Dr. Erin Bush, assistant professor at the University of North Georgia will present "Objectionable Girls: Criminalizing Female Behavior in the Early 20th Century." Her presentation will focus on policing girls and juvenile detention homes in the early 20th century. Refreshments will be served.

February 27: WSU Women's Basketball Game with Student Mentors

6 p.m. East entrance of the Dee Events Center
Meet student mentors from the College of Social & Behavioral Sciences, the College of Engineering, Applied Science and Technology and the College of Education at the East entrance of the Dee Events Center and support the women's basketball team. Bring your Wildcard for free entry to the game.

February 27: Weber Historical Society Lecture Series

7 - 8 p.m. Haven J. Barlow Lecture Hall (Lindquist Hall 101) or via Zoom
Dr. Erin Bush, assistant professor at the University of North Georgia will present "Objectionable Girls: Criminalizing Female Behavior in the Early 20th Century." Her presentation will focus on policing girls and juvenile detention homes in the early 20th century. This lecture is free and open to the public.

March 13: Weber Historical Society Lecture Series

7 - 8 p.m. Haven J. Barlow Lecture Hall (Lindquist Hall 101) or via Zoom
Dr. Nathan Rives, instructor of history at Weber State University, will present "The Religion-Supported State: How Early National New England Explains Church-State Relations in America Today." Why do Americans embrace the separation of church and state and yet so often end up disputing political issues on the basis of religious beliefs? Dr. Nathan Rives will explore how the religious politics of America's formative generations set the stage for the paradoxes of our own time. This lecture is free and open to the public.

March 30 & 31: Utah Southwest Regional Conference on Student Research in Gender and Women's Studies

Stay tuned for more information regarding time and location.
Students who are completing research related to women & gender and queer studies issues are welcome to present at the conference. Proposals are accepted until February 15, 2023. Reach out to WSU's Women & Gender Studies Program Director, Melina Alexander (melinaalexander@weber.edu), with any questions. Learn more on the Women & Gender Studies Program website.

April 17: Weber Historical Society Lecture Series

7 - 8 p.m. Haven J. Barlow Lecture Hall (Lindquist Hall 101) or via Zoom
Dr. Keith A. Erekson, director of historical outreach and partnerships for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, will present "Real vs. Rumor: How to Survive the Information Age." Rumors, hoaxes, conspiracy theories, forgeries... American culture is currently awash with misinformation and disinformation about everything from politics to health care to religion. How can we recognize rumors? Who is most susceptible to them? How can we discern and embrace what is real? This lecture is free and open to the public.