WSU graduate Madelaine Tesori BS ‘18 conducted 1 1/2 years of research on the barriers to healthcare for African-Americans.
Women in Tech
WSU computer science major Tammy Platero is shaping the future of science, technology, engineering and math (STEM), while developing her own computing career.
Find out how musical theatre and anthropology double major Kayln West BA ‘13 went from performing at the Val A. Browning Center to making her Broadway debut.
A Wildcat at Oxford
First-generation college student Tanner Telford BA ‘18 came to Weber State in hopes of becoming a secondary school teacher; he left with a letter of acceptance to Oxford.
Weber State University’s School of Nursing officially became the Annie Taylor Dee School of Nursing.
WSU’s first round of nurse practitioners graduated in April 2018.
Enjoy Every Sunset; Look Forward
to Every Sunrise
President Norm Tarbox
Goddard: A Global Player
Twenty years later, WSU’s partnership with Shanghai Normal University is bigger and stronger than ever.
Students Invent Nosebleed Device
Jacob Hess BS ‘18, Kortney James and Dalton Facer BS ’17 created and marketed Rhinostasis, an innovative, cost-effective product to stop out-of-control nosebleeds.
WSU’s early childhood and early childhood education programs, along with the Melba S. Lehner Children’s School, earned accreditation from the National Association for the Education of Young Children (NAEYC).