Updates and advice from Weber State University regarding COVID-19 (coronavirus).
Weber State University announced on March 26 that summer semester will be held online and in a virtual format. WSU Online has spent years preparing for an emergency that would require all classes to be taught remotely.
SPARC, along with WSU’s Environmental Initiatives Committee, will host a statewide live-webcast on climate solutions, April 7 from 5-7 p.m. President Mortensen will join the panel.
A collection of essays titled “Utah’s Air Quality Issues: Problems and Solutions,” provides an overview of pollution-related challenges. The volume is edited by Hal Crimmel.
While COVID-19 has changed many things, it has not altered WSU’s effort to make sure #WildcatsCount in the 2020 Census.
The Utah System of Higher Education announced the postponement of Spring 2020 commencement ceremonies at all institutions, including WSU.
Weber State University, at the request of Gov. Herbert, is joining public institutions of higher education in Utah to take steps to help slow the spread of the coronavirus and help protect the health and safety of our community.
Postponed: Former WSU President Honored as Part of ‘Women of Weber’ to Mark 100th Anniversary of Suffrage
Ann Millner's pioneering story is one in the project which highlights the stories of 300 women. An exhibit, opening to the public March 14 at Union Station, examines the transformative impact of women in every arena.
A collaboration between Weber State University and Ogden City means students are constructing a home on Quincy Avenue with plans for additional homes in the future. The home will be available for tours May 22-24 and 29-31.
Canceled: WSU will host the 11th annual Intermountain Sustainability Summit, March 19-20, bringing hundreds of sustainability professionals and emerging leaders together from across Utah.
Canceled: Journalist Mary Mapes, former producer for CBS’ “60 Minutes,” will speak at Weber State University, March 30 at 7 p.m. in the Val A. Browning Center Austad Auditorium. Tickets are $12.50-$25 for the public, $5 for students.
Canceled: WSU and Ogden City are collaborating to host “InterMountain Events,” a combination of adventure, education, sustainability and recreation activities open to the public, March 19-21.
The WSU Women’s Center celebrates its 40th anniversary this year, honoring a legacy of education, empowerment and advocacy for women and students.
Nathan Hole might just be Weber State University’s biggest fan. He knew early on that he wanted to go to college. Weber State gave him that opportunity, one that he now calls “one of the most incredible experiences of my life.”
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