Weber State University is celebrating Native American culture and heritage with a performance of Indigenous Soundscapes in Motion March 15 in the Val A. Browning Center's Allred Theater.
Weber State University will host renowned anthropologist and MacArthur Fellow Jason De León on Feb. 22 at 7:30 p.m. in the Val A. Browning Center's Allred Theater.
Nationally and internationally acclaimed storytellers and local youth will take the stage at Weber State University's 28th annual Storytelling Festival Feb. 26-28.
Davina Kamikazi developed her passion for technology growing up in Kigali, Rwanda, often solving problems with computers and televisions. Now, she is turning her passion into a career, and is in company with Utah's tech industry leaders.
Norlito Ranchez Jr. has lived in Utah for just two years, but during that short time, he's accomplished things he never thought possible.
Twelve of Weber State University's best professors received the 2024 Presidential Teaching Excellence Award as WSU President Brad Mortensen made surprise visits to their classrooms.
Jasmyne Litanski had just graduated with a bachelor's degree in social work when she spotted an ad seeking volunteers for Grow Ogden, a community farm that helps feed and employ those in need.
In celebration of Black History Month, Weber State University will host several events throughout February to highlight the contributions, experiences and culture of Black and African Americans.
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