Senior Thomas Witbeck was selected from more than 750,000 automotive professionals to receive the Subaru University/National Institute for Automotive Service Excellence Technician of the Year award.
President Brad Mortensen and some current Weber State students are embarking on a Louder and Prouder Tour. Beginning this week, they plan to make presentations at city council meetings in communities around the state.
Weber State University Archives and Stewart Library Special Collections will host an open house to showcase artifacts from the early days of Weber State and Ogden, Nov. 13 from 11:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m. in the Stewart Library.
A Weber State University student took top honors in the 2019 Utah Public Relations Student of the Year Competition, where students created a yearlong strategy to raise awareness of the Major Brent Taylor Legacy Foundation.
Weber State University will host a series of events to honor the stories and culture of Native Americans at the 14th Annual Native Symposium, Nov. 4, 5 and 14.
Weber State University’s sustainability programs and their community partners have officially ended a lightbulb exchange program early that provided more than 390 households with 5,482 energy-efficient LED lightbulbs.
Weber State University’s Board of Trustees unanimously approved the appointment of Ravi Krovi as provost and vice president of Academic Affairs.
In support of World Diabetes Day, WSU will host a discussion on “Diabetes Mellitus and Its Complications,” Oct. 25. The community is welcome to attend the free event.
Little Wildcats, or kids in costumes of any kind, are welcome at the annual Weber State University Halloween Carnival, Oct. 26 from 11 a.m.-2 p.m. at WSU Davis.
Thousands of origami birds are flying around both in Ogden and Layton, spreading the message of hope during October’s Mental Health Awareness Month. The origami will be on display during Mental Health Day, Oct. 22.
The Weber Historical Society will explore the role of Joseph Smith's seer stones in the history of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints with a presentation from author and history professor Michael MacKay, Oct. 21.
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