Vice provost Bruce Davis, English professor L. Mikel Vause, and Brady Presidential Distinguished Professor Emeritus of Zoology Samuel I. Zeveloff are recipients of the Alumni Association’s 2018 H. Aldous Dixon Award.
Weber State University, Ogden City and local businesses are teaming up to engage the community in civility-based behavior April 6-12. The challenge will kick off at 11:30 a.m. at WSU with another event downtown at 6 p.m.
The Weber State University presidential search committee will host two public meetings to obtain input from the campus community and the general public about what the committee should look for in a future president.
The Outdoor & Community Recreation Education program, in partnership with the Hall Global Entrepreneurship Center, will host RecConnect, a hybrid outdoor innovation expo and networking event March 23, noon to 7 p.m. at Union Station.
The community can see how World War II affected the lives of Northern Utahns in "All Out for Uncle Sam: WWII in Northern Utah," a free exhibit running from March 17 to June 2, 2018, at the Ogden Union Station.
Forty years of wildlife and landscape photos taken by Sam Zeveloff is now on display in the Stewart Library. A reception for the exhibit will be held March 13 at 4 p.m.
Weber State University's Safe@Weber Violence Prevention Team was honored by NASPA as the 2018 Best Practice in Prevention Activities award winner. The award was presented March 6.
The Cut Pollution - Mow Electric lottery will help 762 Utahns exchange for electric mowers. Those who enter the lottery and are selected can exchange their operable gas mower for a new Kobalt 40-volt cordless electric lawn mower.
More than 250 students from sixth through 12th grades will line up at the Weber State University Swenson Gym poolside to compete in the SeaPearch underwater robotics competition, March 8 from 9 a.m.-12:30 p.m.
Brett Perozzi has been named vice president for Student Affairs effective March 1. Perozzi, who first came to WSU as associate vice president for Student Affairs in 2007, was selected following a national search.
The Board of Regents has named a 21-member committee to conduct a national search for the next president. In January, Dr. Charles A. Wight announced his plans to step down.
More than 1,300 junior high and high school students will learn about opportunities to pursue higher education during the Latinos in Action (LIA) Youth Leadership Conference, March 6 at WSU’s Val A. Browning Center.
Psychology and neuroscience professor Lauren Fowler and English professor Sally Shigley have combined science and the humanities in a course called "The Story and the Brain."
While hundreds of students will leave classrooms behind during spring break, a handful will volunteer around the country and world. Groups will head to Guatemala, New Orleans and Catalina Island to serve the local communities.
After weeks of polling and more than 100,000 votes, 10 finalists have been selected for the Outdoor Weber pitch contest, hosted by WSU’s Hall Global Entrepreneurship Center and sponsored by Camping World Holdings.
The Intermountain Sustainability Summit at WSU will showcase three days of events to increase sustainability practices in business, education, government and nonprofit sectors, Feb. 28-March 2.
Thousands of community members across the state will learn more about their brains during a week of events led by WSU psychology and neuroscience students, March 5-9.
The LUNAFEST traveling film festival will screen nine short films at WSU to support female filmmakers and promote awareness of women’s issues, Feb. 23 from 6:30-9 p.m. in the Shepherd Union Wildcat Theater.
Storytellers will gather to share tales with audiences of all ages at WSU’s annual Storytelling Festival, Feb. 26-28. For 22 years, the award-winning festival has been a place for both national talent and local storytellers to perform.
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