2022 Archives

Weber State looks back at highlights of 2022

Here's a look at WSU's highlights for the year, including the creation of the Equity, Diversity and Inclusion division, a new physician assistant program, and the opening of key facilities for defense and aerospace research.

Student finds healing, passion through art at WSU

Addie Harmon displayed two large paintings, reflecting her inner world, in the Mary Elizabeth Dee Shaw Gallerys main exhibit room, while her immersive forest installation had its own gallery space.

WSU offers discount on smart thermostats

WSU's Empower Northern Utah program is offering Davis and Weber county residents free or discounted thermostats to increase energy efficiency and cut utility costs.

Code Purple app goes live

Weber State University is proud to present the new Code Purple app, which launched Sept. 2 and is available for free on app stores everywhere.

WSU Stewart Library announces 'Queering the Archives'

Weber State Universitys Stewart Library Special Collections invites the community to attend a special kick-off event for their new project, Queering the Archives: LGBTQ+ Oral Histories, on June 24 at the Ogden Union Station.

Weber State Hosts Ukraine Awareness & Service Project

In an effort tobring awareness to the ongoing war in Ukraine, the Walker Institute of Politics & Public Service, in partnership with the Center for Community Engaged Learning CCEL, ishosting a service project on May 18.

WSU Honors Winners of Speech Showcase

Five finalists will perform award-winning speeches in front of a crowd for a cash prize on April 21 at 7 p.m. in Elizabeth Hall Room 229. The event is free and open to the public.

WSU Honors Graduates at 158th Commencement

Weber State University officials expect the class of 2021-22 to total 6,772 graduates. 3,293 candidates have applied for spring 2022 graduation and will be honored at commencement ceremonies on April 29.

WSU Hosts Worldwide Climate Justice Teach-In

Weber State is participating in the Worldwide Climate/Justice Teach-In, a Solve Climate by 2030 Initiative. It is a project of the Graduate Programs in Sustainability at Bard College in New York.

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