Weber State University’s 23rd annual Multicultural Youth Conference will draw hundreds of underrepresented students who want a head start on higher education to the Shepherd Union Building Dec. 19.
Students from around the country are invited to present their ideas for outdoor recreation products or services. Finalists will compete March 22-24, 2018. The winner will receive $30,000 to develop their business concept.
Flames, foam, slime, bright colors and top hats are all in order for the Faraday Lectures hosted by WSU's Department of Chemistry. The event will take place Dec. 18 from 6 to 8 p.m. in the Tracy Hall Science Center.
Former lieutenant governor and Weber State University alumnus Gregory S. Bell will receive an honorary degree and speak during WSU’s 150th fall convocations Dec. 15.
More than 2,715 Weber State University students have applied for graduation and will be honored during the 150th convocations ceremonies Dec. 15, beginning at 8 a.m.
After participating in the inaugural ALL IN Campus Democracy Challenge, Weber State University was honored with a bronze seal for achieving a voting rate between 50-59 percent in the 2016 presidential election.
Economics professor Doris Geide Stevenson has been named the John S. Hinckley Fellow, and WSU’s Arts Learning Collaborative has been honored with the Exemplary Collaboration Award. The awards will be presented Nov. 10.
Weber State University’s Police Department will teach the free Rape Aggression Defense course (R.A.D.) Nov. 14-17 from 6-9 p.m. to a group of 40 women from the campus community.
A Master of Business Administration degree usually focuses on how to earn money, but students in Weber State University’s leadership course learned how to give money away effectively and for impact.
Students and staff will have the opportunity to engage in healthy political discourse about climate change and sustainability as the WSU American Democracy Project hosts Deliberative Dialogue Day, Nov. 15.
WSU’s ROTC program will bring junior ROTC cadets to campus for the JROTC Wildcat Challenge Nov. 2 at 10 a.m. at University Village.
Weber State University Friends of the Stewart Library presents “Out of Print,” a Utah Arts & Museums’ Traveling Exhibition. The exhibition is on display until Dec. 20.
New classrooms, a library and a latrine make education accessible for students at Mondlane Secondary School in Mozambique. A documentary chronicling the Weber State group that made the improvements will premiere Nov. 1.
The Honors Program at Weber State University will serve up a lesson in civil discourse as they present “How to Survive the Thanksgiving Dinner Table: Civil Discourse in a Politically Polarized Time” lecture Oct. 26.
Little Wildcats, or kids in costumes of any kind, are welcome at the third annual Weber State University Halloween carnival, Oct. 21 from 2-4 p.m. in the WSU Davis Building 3 ballroom.
Weber State University students will mix service with adventure during the Moab Alternative Fall Break Oct. 19-22. They will partner with Community Rebuilds to construct low-cost, straw-bale housing.
Weber State University hosts “The History of Google,” Oct. 16 at 7 p.m. in the Hurst Center Dumke Legacy Hall and again on Oct. 17 at 10:30 a.m. in Elizabeth Hall Room 229. Both presentations are free, and the public is welcome.
Weber State University’s Annual Diversity Conference will focus on civic activism through civil action and discourse. The conference, which is free and open to the public, will be held Oct. 5 and 6 on both the Ogden and Davis campuses.
The 11th annual Physics Open House is expected to draw hundreds of people to Weber State University for demonstrations, lab experiments and planetarium shows on Oct. 6 from 6–9 p.m.
Utah Sen. Jim Debakis, D-Salt Lake City, and House Speaker Greg Hughes, R-Draper, will discuss “Civility and Policy in Utah Politics” on Oct. 9 at noon in the Shepherd Union Ballrooms.
Weber State University will kick off the Weber Historical Society 2017 Fall Lecture Series on a jazzy note as guest lecturer Laurence “Lars” Yorgason presents “The History of Jazz in Utah,” Sept. 11 at 7 p.m.
Weber State University will invite a trio of linguistic experts to speak out for the preservation of endangered languages in the three-part Language Matters Series Sept. 26, Oct. 3-4 and Oct. 9-10.
New to fall semester are two honors courses that investigate the modern fascination with the apocalypse and solutions to one of the most pressing end-of-civilization problems — not enough food or water.
The community is invited to Weber State’s Stewart Library for an exhibit of Everett Ruess' prints. Available from Aug. 21 to Oct. 16, Ruess created the works during the period prior to his 1934 disappearance near Escalante.
The first-week festivities will culminate with the annual WSU Block Party Sept. 1. The event entertains and educates students in the activities the university offers while celebrating the organizations that make WSU great.
The community is invited to the grand reopening of the renovated Stewart Library, Aug. 31. A program will begin at 3:30 p.m. with an open house from 3 to 5 p.m.
NASA has funded the High Altitude Reconnaissance Balloon for Outreach and Research (HARBOR) team to capture video from the stratosphere and to measure the atmosphere during the Aug. 21 eclipse.
Beginning fall semester, the Jerry & Vickie Moyes College of Education will launch a new Bachelor of Science in Outdoor & Community Recreation Education.
Telitha E. Lindquist College of Arts & Humanities announced its 2017-18 theater season. This year’s season focuses on new works from emerging and established composers, librettists, lyricists and playwrights.
One year after WSU began a series of conversations about race in Northern Utah, community members are invited to a panel discussion and interactive dialog to evaluate the outcome and plan next steps.
Campus Recreation’s Outdoor Program will host the Women Only Rock Climbing Trip, and the Jerry & Vickie Moyes College of Education will launch a new Bachelor of Science in Outdoor & Community Recreation Education.
According to a survey commissioned by The Chronicle of Higher Education, Weber State University is one of 18, similarly sized institutions nationwide that made the “2017 Great Colleges to Work For” Honor Roll.
Weber State University’s Storytelling Festival has given life to a great story — one that began in 1976 with a vision and will continue with an art exhibit July 24-28 at Union Station in Ogden.
The first class of junior high students to complete the university's three-year summer school PREP program will showcase their work during the Graduation Celebration July 19 at 6:30 p.m.
Stewart Stadium will light up as Corps Encore brings several of the nation’s top drum and bugle corps to Utah for a one-night competition July 12.
Participants in WSU’s Summer Summit Series will conquer three Ogden Peaks: Lewis Peak, Ben Lomond and Mount Ogden this summer.
The camp will connect girls with experts in metalwork and welding. Participants will learn about metal tolerances and design techniques to create pieces of metalwork in a safe environment.
Weber State University will help sponsor the 28th annual Juneteenth Freedom and Heritage Festival at three locations in Ogden, Layton and West Valley City, June 16-18 and June 21.
WSU is offering a wide range of youth summer camps, including filmmaking, computer design, 3-D printing for medical purposes, leadership and sports.
Dragons, aliens and worlds beyond imagination will come together on June 8-10 as the College of Engineering, Applied Science & Technology hosts FyreCon.
Weber State University will host approximately 700 high school students at the annual Utah Boys and Girls State conferences in June. Girls State will be held June 5-10, with Boys State June 12-16.
Jeshua Van Sickle is an ambassador for Weber State and helps recruit students. He maintains his relationship with Special Olympics Utah. Most recently, he helped plan a training seminar at WSU Davis for Special Olympics.
The Safe@Weber Violence Prevention Team will present the workshop as part of Pride Week, June 1 from 1-4 p.m.in the Student Services Center and as a live event on the Women's Center Facebook page.
Activities are offered in conjunction with the Ogden City School District’s free summer lunch program and aim to excite children about learning while enjoying a free meal.
Weber State University will host the Utah Leadership Academy (ULA), to bring together student association leaders from around Utah May 16-18.
This summer Weber State University volunteers will travel to Ghana and Mozambique to provide service and education to communities. Additional service efforts will benefit Thailand and Ecuador.
Stewart Library Special Collections invites community members to share photographs, letters, and diaries related to World War II as part of a project to document how the war affected Northern Utahns.