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My name is Emily Hiatt, your College of Science Student Senator for 2022 - 2023.
A little about me: I’m a senior Chemistry major focusing on inorganic chemistry and biomedical sciences, with my Associate's Degree in Chemical Technician in my belt. I grew up in Frederick, Maryland - surrounded by some of the best scientific labs in our country. I hope, one day, I can finish a Ph.D. program, become a chemist, and start a small business on the side. In my free time, I love playing video games, hiking, creating art, and reading good books.
I never saw myself as a scientist, just someone who loved the sciences and was dangerously curious about everything. My entire family came from authors and performers, historians and teachers. My number one scientific influence was my mother, who is currently an occupational therapist. My dedication to this major and this college has created a unique outlook on how our world works. My curiosity has led to so many opportunities and experiences - like being a part of the Research Fellows since my sophomore year, working with the Planetarium, or being a staff editor for the Metaphor - and my goal is to continue to lead students to find what suits them in the College of Science.
I hope, through my efforts this next year, that I will be able to help every single one of you in some way. Every one of you belongs here in the College of Science. There are so many opportunities to find and use, to further your knowledge and understanding of problems and the world around us. We can all make a difference.
I want to leave with this:
- Your GPA does NOT define your worth as a human being.
- Your test grades do NOT define your worth as a human being.
- No matter where your life leads you, there is always a place for you here at Weber State.
If you need anything, here is my email. I may not be up in the early morning, but I’ll answer as soon as I can. Any concerns you have, I will work with you to get to a solution.
Explore virtually these clubs and organizations and be sure to reach out. Your voice matters here!
Connect with advisors early, often and even after your Weber Science education is complete.
The College of Science Academic Advisement Office assists science students, as well as Pre-medical Professional students, navigate their general education and connects students with student services and other resources as clubs, health assistance, and financial aid /scholarships.
From dentistry to veterinary medicine, Weber State has "pre-med" programs that will set the foundation for your medical career. Each professional path has a faculty advisor devoted to assisting students in course planning, research, volunteering, leadership opportunities and the application process itself.
Center for Science & Math Ed.
The "CSME" has many resources to help future & current educators teach science & math! A variety of kits, lessons and other resources are available to check out. The annual Harold W. and Helen M. Ritchey Science and Engineering Fair (RSEF) serves local high school students. Attend events to spark the science gene in all of us.
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TY building hours
Monday - Thursday:
6:30 a.m. - 11 p.m.
Friday: 6:30 a.m. - 10 p.m.
Saturday: 6:30 a.m. - 6 p.m. Sunday: Closed
Holidays & Breaks Hours may vary
Weber State University
College of Science
1415 Edvalson St., Dept. 2501
Ogden, UT 84408-2501
Tracy Hall Science Center (TY)
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