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.
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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.
Kristin Hadley has been selected as the new dean for the Moyes College of Education. Her selection was approved by the Board of Trustees on Feb. 14. She will assume the position at the beginning of the academic year, July 1.
Junior high and high school students will square off against one another at the FIRST® Tech Challenge 2019 State Championship by WSU's College of Engineering, Applied Science & Technology (EAST), Feb. 23.
Weber State’s College of Education Family Literacy Program provides in-home literacy and parenting support to families, most of whom participate in Head Start.
International environmental experts and a documentary film will introduce Weber State University audiences to “The Rights of Nature,” which advocates for granting legal status to the land Feb. 19-22.
Weber State University Special Collections presents the Whistle Stop Tour, a series of lectures and exhibits dedicated to sharing the history of the railroad coming to Ogden.
The Storytelling Festival will take place Feb. 25-27. The festival brings together national, regional and youth storytellers in venues across Weber, Davis and Morgan counties. This year’s theme is “Stories from My Culture.”
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