The Utah State Legislature appropriated $50 million for WSU to construct a new building for the College of Engineering, Applied Science & Technology.
Steven Nabor, Chief Financial Officer, and Julie Rich, College of Social & Behavioral Sciences associate dean are the 2019 recipients of the Weber State University Alumni Association’s H. Aldous Dixon Award.
The neuroscience program is inviting the campus community to learn more about the brain during a week-long series of events March 18-22. Topics will include cannabis oil, concussions and brain health.
The Intermountain Sustainability Summit returns to Weber State University for its 10th year March 21 and 22. The summit provides sustainability professionals the opportunity to come together to learn, share and network.
Weber State University welcomes author and historian Val Holley to speak about the influence of the railroad on Ogden as part of the Weber Historical Society Lecture Series, March 11 at 7 p.m.
A panel of industry judges selected the top 10 finalists in the second annual Outdoor Weber pitch competition, hosted by Weber State University’s Hall Global Entrepreneurship Center and sponsored by Camping World Holdings®.
WSU’s Center for Community Engaged Learning-Research Extension (CCEL-RE) will conduct a series of surveys to examine the impact of the shutdown on Northern Utah.
Due to overwhelmingly popular response, Weber State University has moved its April 3 moderated conversation with Bill Nye “The Science Guy” to the Dee Events Center April 3 from 11:30 a.m.-1 p.m.
A team of students from Weber State University’s building design & construction program has been selected to compete in the 2020 U.S. Department of Energy Solar Decathlon.
Weber State University’s College of Social & Behavioral Sciences will host “Cops, Bodycams and Crisis” as part of the annual Distinguished Lecture Series Feb. 21 at 7 p.m.
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