WSU will host various events in November in honor of Native American Heritage Month, culminating with the 16th Annual Native Symposium. The theme is Illuminating Native Voices.
Weber State University is celebrating the outstanding preliminary accreditation report from the Northwest Commission on Colleges and Universities following an extensive review of the university.
Weber State University will host Robert Putnam and Shaylyn Romney Garrett to discuss their book, The Upswing: How America Came Together a Century Ago and How We Can Do it Again, Oct. 25 at 12:30.
A $500,000 grant from Ally Financial Inc. will help Weber State University become an Emerging Hispanic Serving Institution. The announcement marks the end of Hispanic Heritage Month.
The Outdoor Program and the Center for Community Engaged Learning are teaming up to offer students a unique opportunity to get outside and serve their community with the new Multi-Sport Service Trip.
Gabi Butler, one of the newest members of Weber State Universitys cheer team, has a mantra thats motivated her through life, Hard work beats talent, when talent refuses to work.
WSU will have a new program to help community members innovate, build and produce aerospace and outdoor products thanks to the Build to Scale Venture Challenge grant from the United States EDA.
For the annual Weber State University Service Day of Remembrance, students, faculty and community volunteers will continue renovation and cleanup of the Discovery Loop and Fitness Trail on Oct. 13.
Oda has worked in Utah as a teacher, principal, professor, administrator, governors director of Asian Affairs and now as a volunteer for programs that support diversity.
Weber State University will join the community to Make Ogden Purple during a week of traditional homecoming celebrations, Oct. 8-16.
For their contributions to the campus and community, 11 outstanding individuals will be honored at Weber State Universitys 52nd Annual WSU Salutes ceremony on Oct. 16.
The Weber State University Outdoor Program will host the 14th Ogden Climbing Festival October 7 through 9. The public is welcome to participate.
Ten party guests. One dead body. Will the cast of SOMETHING'S AFOOT at Weber State University solve the gruesome murder mystery and escape a booby-trapped mansion before the clock runs out?
Elaine Cope's dad taught her to weld, while her grandma taught her to sew. She combined those interests and turned them into a manufacturing degree at WSU and a career at Northrop Grumman.
Special Collections will celebrate its 50th anniversary with the exhibit, 50 Stories for 50 Years, opening Oct. 5. The evening will include a 7:30 p.m. lecture by WSU sociology associate professor Pepper Glass.
More than 60 domestic geese and ducks that called their home the waters around Weber State University have been safely relocated, thanks to the work of a new northern Utah waterfowl rescue group.
Weber State University's 23rd Annual Diversity Conference will examine the idea and meaning of free speech, Sept. 30 to Oct. 1. Events include a keynote address with Kimberl Crenshaw.
Empower Northern Utah is helping local residents be more energy efficient by offering steep discounts on Nest E smart thermostats and providing free LED light bulbs for exchange.
Community members are invited to a conversation with President Brad Mortensen and founder of Unify America, Harry Nathan Gottlieb, CEO of Jackbox Games, Sept. 27. The event includes a free lunch for those registered.
According to a survey commissioned by The Chronicle of Higher Education, Weber State is one of 42 institutions nationwide that made the 2021 Great Colleges to Work For Honor Roll.
Weber State has been designated as a Center of Academic Excellence in Cyber Defense Education, a program sponsored jointly by the National Security Agency and the Department of Homeland Security.
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