2015 Archives

WSU Announces Two New Master’s Degree Programs

The Board of Regents approved two new master’s degree programs for Weber State University: an accelerated Master of Science in Computer Engineering and a Master of Science in Nursing-Nurse Practitioner.

WSU Honored As ‘Great College to Work For’

Weber State University was honored as a “2015 Great College to Work For" by The Chronicle for Higher Education. The results are based on an employee survey conducted at 281 colleges and universities nationwide.

WSU with another high MBB attendance ranking

For the fifth year Weber State men’s basketball ranked in the top 100 in the nation in attendance. The Wildcats finished with the 73rd highest attendance average in the country according to the NCAA.

Dean Miner Selected as Provost

Madonne Miner, dean of WSU's Telitha E. Lindquist College of Arts & Humanities, has been named provost of the university. The WSU Board of Trustees approved the selection at its monthly meeting held Tuesday.

WSU Student Named Newman Civic Fellow

The Newman Civic Fellow Awards honor students who demonstrate a commitment to solving problems in communities nationwide. Student Kristen Mitchell has been honored for her work establishing a youth shelter.

WSU Helps Launch Community Solar Program

On May 28, WSU is launching the Susie Hulet Community Solar Program, one of the first-ever university-led solar purchasing programs. The program will help community members purchase affordable residential solar paneling.

Two from WSU Receive Dixon Award

Judy Elsley, English professor and Honors Program director, and Michael B. Vaughan, provost and Academic Affairs vice president, are the 2015 Dixon Award recipients. Elsley and Vaughan will be honored March 18.

WSU Class Tests Wikipedia as Academic Tool

Wikipedia is helping one WSU criminal justice professor teach collaborative writing, editing and web etiquette while also getting online- publication experience for her class members.

WSU Mourns Loss of Devoted Supporter

Highly respected businessman and philanthropist John B. “Jack” Goddard was instrumental in Weber State gaining university status and later established an endowment for the university’s school of business and economics.

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