Three Weber State University professors, acclaimed for contributions to their disciplines of geography, economics and communication, have been named Weber State University’s 2018 Presidential Distinguished Professors.
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WSU officials expect the class of 2017-18 to total more than 5,772 graduates — the largest class on record. So far, 3,150 candidates have applied for spring graduation and will be honored April 27 during WSU’s 151st commencement.
Eighteen local elementary school classes will prepare for life in outer space during Mission to Mars Link-Up Day, April 25 and 26 from 9:30 a.m.-2 p.m. in WSU’s Swenson Gym.
Weber State Board of Trustees has approved several new degrees that will help students fill positions in engineering and technology fields that are in high demand in Northern Utah and around the nation.
Weber State University is contributing to a greener and cleaner community during its annual Earth Day celebrations. Activities will include an electric lawn mower exchange and an opportunity to plant trees on campus.
WSU will host more than 350 competitors in its world-class athletics’ facilities during the 2018 University National Weightlifting Championships, April 19-22 in the Stromberg Complex’s Wildcat Arena.
As part of the Week of the Young Child. President Charles A. Wight will read to 80 children from approximately 10:15-10:45 a.m. in the McKay Education Building Moench Room 16.
Architecturally significant chairs refurbished by Weber State University interior design students will be available for auction April 20 at 6 p.m. at the Copper Nickel in Ogden during the seventh annual Charitable Chair Event.
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