Two cultural historians, John Kasson and Joy Kasson, from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill will present lectures at Weber State University exploring aspects of American culture, arts and entertainment.
Weber State University will host Lingofest, a two-day conference bringing together students and professionals working in voice-command technology. The conference will kick off at the Browning Center Allred Theater Jan. 25.
Students of all ages will have the chance to explore the fun side of STEM as Weber State University and the Utah Air Force Association sponsor the Rube Goldberg Competition Jan. 19 at noon in the Shepherd Union Ballroom.
When a homeless veteran entered Weber State University, he knew it would change his life. What Travis Parsons didn’t know was that fellow Wildcats would also help build him a home. Parsons' home will be dedicated Feb. 3.
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.
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