In my dual role as Weber State University’s interim president and vice president for Administrative Services, I am often on campus late in the evening for projects and performances, planning and presentations, playoffs and paperwork. When I put down my pen, shake the last person’s hand, turn off my PowerPoint or chant my final “Weber State, Weber State, great-Great-GREAT,” I rush outside in the hopes that I’m in time to see the sky, because the most stunning sunsets happen...
As the deep purple hues begin to fall across campus, I can’t help but stop and think of how we’ve created a university that is not only beautiful but dynamic. From new facilities like Lindquist Hall and the Ezekiel R. Dumke Jr. & Katherine W. Dumke Center for Interprofessional Education in Healthcare, to new degrees in engineering and outdoor recreation, to new initiatives aimed at recruiting, retaining and graduating students, Weber State University is always progressing, always asking, “What more can we do for our students?”
So, while we claim the most striking sunsets, we see opportunity in the dawn of each new day, and, it just so happens that the most remarkable sunrises also happen...
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