WSU Offers Community Course Exploring Future of Work, Play, Technology
OGDEN, Utah – Weber State University’s College of Social & Behavioral Sciences, in partnership with the Division of Online & Continuing Education, is offering a free online community course titled “Where do we go from here? The future of work, play, technology and more...” Wednesday evenings from Sept.1 to Dec. 8.
Each week, faculty experts from across campus will examine topics as diverse as the future of technology, the future of the Middle East, the future of the movies, the future of democracy, the future of Utah and the future of the economy.
"We're at a point in time when much of daily life is being reexamined and scrutinized, everything from how and where we work and play to what America's military role in the world will be,” said Susan Matt, WSU history professor. “It will be a great opportunity for community conversations about how we got to where we are, and where we're going."
The course will be taught virtually using Zoom . Although there is no cost to attend, participants must register at continue.weber.edu/communityed.
The courses will be taught by faculty members from Weber State’s College of Social & Behavioral Sciences and the College of Engineering, Applied Science & Technology.
Weber State’s Division of Online & Continuing Education offers various courses throughout the year to encourage lifelong learning, professional development and community engagement.
Visit continue.weber.edu/communityed for course listings and more information.
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