The Department of Child and Family Studies will host the 2018 Families Alive conference, a three-day event focused on strengthening and improving relationships, Sept. 27-29 in the Shepherd Union Building.
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Annie Taylor Dee's legacy will be honored with the naming of the Weber State University School of Nursing. A celebration of the naming will be held Oct. 2 at 5:30 p.m. in the Weber State University Ballrooms.
WSU student Rachel Laub is a finalist for the Women Tech Council's Student Pathway Award, which is given to college students who have shown outstanding performance in STEM.
Weber State Police and the Office of Access & Diversity will host the annual Eddie’s Barbeque, an event that provides a space for participants to talk about policing and race relations, Sept. 22 from 2-4 p.m.
Weber State University will celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month with free campus events Sept. 15-Oct. 15, including a presentation by activist Dolores Huerta, local artist Ayne Velazquez and Peruvian photographer Warner Rios.
John Huber will discuss “The United States Constitution: Foundation for the Rule of Law” Sept. 17 in honor of Constitution Day. The campus community is invited to the presentation and breakfast beginning at 8 a.m.
Ben Taylor will discuss his experience interacting with a Liberian, soliciting for a handout on social media, turned into a humanitarian opportunity and national news. The campus community is invited Sept. 20 at noon.
Each fan who attends the Sept. 15 game against South Dakota can turn some dirt to celebrate the new complex which will be located at the north end of Stewart Stadium. The official groundbreaking ceremony begins at 5 p.m.
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