Monthly Events Calendar

Friday (Sept. 21): WSU soccer vs. Southern Utah, 7:30 p.m., soccer field, free, weberstatesports.com.

Saturday (Sept. 22): WSU’s Outdoor Program hosts a stand-up paddleboard day, Causey Reservoir, $40, register at weber.edu/outdoor.

Saturday (Sept. 22): WSU football vs. Northern Colorado, 6 p.m., Stewart Stadium, $32/$16/$14/$12/$10/free for students + 4 student guests with Wildcard ID, weberstatetickets.com.

Sunday – Saturday (Sept. 23-29): WSU’s Stewart Library displays a collection of previously banned books as part of Banned Book Week, Stewart Library, ernestohernandez@weber.edu.

Sunday (Sept. 23): WSU Soccer vs. Northern Arizona, 1 p.m., soccer field, free, weberstatesports.com.

Tuesday (Sept. 25): WSU hosts "Hispanics: One Endless Voice to Enhance our Traditions" as part of Hispanic Heritage Month, Dolores Huerta, labor leader and civil rights activist, 6-7:30 p.m., Shepherd Union Ballrooms, teresamartinez1@weber.edu.

Wednesday (Sept. 26): WSUSA hosts “Finding Dino Dana,” Snap Chat scavenger hunt, free for students, prizes, coltonbell@weber.edu.

Wednesday (Sept. 26): WSU’s Department of Foreign Languages hosts the Fall 2018 World Film Series: Origins & Destinies, “Mi Familia/My Family,” film detailing generations of a family in Mexico and East Los Angeles, 12:30 p.m., Elizabeth Hall Room 229, free, cdenniston@weber.edu.

Thursday (Sept. 27): WSU’s Sustainability Practices and Research Center hosts a peer-to-peer fix-it workshop, Shepherd Union Atrium, bring a broken item to fix and receive coaching, noon-3 p.m., free, bchristiansen2@weber.edu.

Thursday (Sept. 27): WSU’s Goddard School of Business & Economics hosts the Ralph Nye Lecture Series, Eli Willis, Steel Concepts chief executive officer, noon, Wattis Building Smith Lecture Hall, lunch provided, RSVP to mboles@weber.edu.

Thursday (Sept. 27): WSU volleyball vs. Idaho, Swenson Gymnasium, 7 p.m., $7/$5/$3/ free to WSU students + four student guests with Wildcard ID, 801-626-8500, weberstatetickets.com.

Friday-Sunday (Sept. 28-30): WSU’s Outdoor Program hosts a desert mountain biking trip, Gooseberry Mesa, Hurricane, Utah, $120, register at weber.edu/outdoor.

Friday (Sept. 28): WSU’s Wildcat Toastmasters Club, 11:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m., Stewart Library Hetzel Hollein Room, learn new speaking and leadership skills, free, contact wildcattoastmasters@weber.edu, facebook.com/wildcattoastmastersclub/.

Saturday (Sept. 29): WSU volleyball vs. Eastern Washington, Swenson Gymnasium, 7 p.m., $7/$5/$3/ free to WSU students + four student guests with Wildcard ID, 801-626-8500, weberstatetickets.com.

October 2018

 

Monday-Friday (Oct. 1-5): WSU’s Women’s Center hosts the Clothesline Project as part of Domestic Violence Awareness Month, T-shirt display created by survivors of violence, Shepherd Union Atrium and Weber State University Davis Building 3 Atrium (2750 University Park Blvd., Layton), students may create their own shirts, free, womenscenter@weber.edu.

Monday-Saturday (Oct. 1-6): WSU Campus Recreation hosts the Swenson Pool grand re-opening week, enter a raffle to win an intramural membership and Outdoor Program discounts, free with current Wildcard, see weber.edu/aquatics for pool times, rebeccamabile@weber.edu.

Monday (Oct. 1): WSU’s Goddard School of Business & Economics hosts a GRE prep course information session, 3-5 p.m., Wattis Business Building Room 104, free, register at olympustestprep.com, andrewwright@weber.edu.

Monday (Oct. 1): WSU’s Goddard School of Business & Economics hosts a GMAT prep course information session, 6-9 p.m., Weber State University Davis Building 3, Room 341 (2750 University Park Blvd., Layton), free, register at olympustestprep.com, andrewwright@weber.edu.

Tuesday (Oct. 2): SPARC and the Energy & Sustainability Office host a tour of WSU’s sustainability features as a part of the Utah Climate Action Week, 2:30-4 p.m., Stewart Library Room 148, free, space limited, RSVP to bchristiansen2@weber.edu.

Tuesday (Oct. 2): WSU’s College of Science hosts seminar on geological perspectives and climate change, Carie Frantz, geosciences assistant professor, noon-1:15 p.m., Tracy Hall Room 227, free, bchristiansen2@weber.edu.

Wednesday (Oct. 3): WSU’s College of Social and Behavior Sciences hosts Jenny Wilson, democratic Utah State Senate candidate, various times and locations, 801-626-6206, rhunter@weber.edu.

Wednesday (Oct. 3): WSU’s Small Business Development Center hosts “1 Million Cups,” an opportunity for entrepreneurs to present their business ideas to business owners and receive feedback, 9-10 a.m., Weber State University Downtown (2314 Washington Blvd, Ogden), free, 801-626-7232, 1millioncups.com/ogden.

Wednesday (Oct. 3): WSU’s Honors Program and the Sustainability Practices & Research Center host a screening of “Nova Documentary: Decoding the Weather Machine,” NOVA discusses the confusion around climate change, noon, Shepherd Union Wildcat Theater, free, tylerhole@weber.edu.

Wednesday (Oct. 3): WSU’s Honors Program hosts “Food for Thought,” Weber State professor and television historian Tracey Smith will discuss news and how it has changed, 12:30 p.m., Stewart Library Room 321, free, weber.edu/honors, tylerhole@weber.edu.

Thursday-Friday (Oct. 4-5): WSU’s Diversity & Inclusive Programs hosts the 20th Annual WSU Diversity Conference, “Diversity 20 Years Later: Opportunity? Obstacle? Or something else altogether?” keynote speaker Jane Elliot, anti-racism activist known for the "Blue Eyes, Brown Eyes" exercise, various times and locations, weber.edu/diversityoffice.

Thursday (Oct. 4): WSU’s Goddard School of Business & Economics hosts the Ralph Nye Lecture Series, Mark Jenkins, Petersen, Inc. chief executive office, noon, Wattis Building Smith Lecture Hall, lunch provided, RSVP to mboles@weber.edu.

Thursday (Oct. 4): SPARC and the Energy & Sustainability Office host a tour of WSU’s sustainability features as a part of the Utah Climate Action Week, 2:30-4 p.m., Stewart Library Room 148, free, space limited, RSVP to bchristiansen2@weber.edu.

Thursday (Oct. 4): WSU’s Teacher Twilight Series hosts “Effective Student Groups,” chemistry professor Timothy Herzog teaches how to build and reinforce student groups, 4:30-7:30 p.m., Tracy Hall Room 234, RSVP at weber.edu/csme/training_page.html.

Thursday (Oct. 4): WSU’s Department of History hosts the film series The Great War and Screen Memory, “The Big Parade,” the idle son of a wealthy businessman is cajoled into enlisting by his friends and takes part in the American offensive in France, 6 p.m., Wildcat Theater, free, weber.edu/History/historyfilmfestival.htmlmbrower@weber.edu.

Thursday (Oct. 4): WSU’s Telitha E. Lindquist College of Arts & Humanities presents the Visiting Artist Lectures Series, Alastair Maclennan, emeritus professor, Ulster University in Belfast School of Art and Design, 6 p.m., Kimball Visual Arts Center Room 120, free, cdenniston@weber.edu.

Friday-Saturday (Oct. 5-13): WSU hosts Homecoming 2018 beginning Oct. 5 and concluding with tailgating and the homecoming football game against Eastern Washington University, weber.edu/homecoming, taraperis@weber.edu.

Friday (Oct. 5): WSU’s Outdoor Program hosts the weekly climbing night, 4 p.m., 9th Street Crag (far east end of 9th Street, Ogden), free, youth under 18 must be accompanied by an adult, weber.edu/outdoor/ogden-weeklyclimbingnight.html, 801-626-6373.

Friday (Oct. 5): WSU’s Telitha E. Lindquist College of Arts & Humanities presents “The Cripple of Inishmaan,” a young man in the 1930s dreams of escaping his town when a film crew arrives, 7:30 p.m., Browning Center Allred Theater, ages 16 and older welcome, $13/$11/$8.25, weberstatetickets.com.

Friday (Oct. 5): WSU’s Stewart Library Special Collections hosts “Infamous Ogden on the Menu: Part Three,” WSU Special Collections director Sarah Singh will share dark tales including Murder, Inc. and El Borracho, 7 p.m., Alleged (201 25th Street, Ogden), ssingh@weber.edu, facebook.com/events/441053056298269/

Friday (Oct. 5): WSU soccer vs. UC Northern Colorado, 7 p.m., soccer field, $5/$3/free with valid Wildcard, weberstatesports.com.

Saturday (Oct. 6): WSU’s Outdoor Program hosts the annual Mount Ogden Hike as part of Homecoming, guided hikes leave from Snowbasin’s Earl’s Lodge at 8, 9, and 9:30 a.m., free, weber.edu/outdoor/annualwsumtogdenhike.html.

Saturday (Oct. 6): WSU volleyball vs. Northern Colorado, Swenson Gymnasium, 7 p.m., $7/$5/$3/free to WSU students + four student guests with Wildcard ID, 801-626-8500, weberstatetickets.com.

Saturday (Oct. 6): WSU’s Telitha E. Lindquist College of Arts & Humanities presents “The Cripple of Inishmaan,” a young man in the 1930s dreams of escaping his town when a film crew arrives, 7:30 p.m., Browning Center Allred Theater, ages 16 and older welcome, $13/$11/$8.25, weberstatetickets.com.

Sunday (Oct. 7): WSU soccer vs. UC Montana, 1 p.m., soccer field, $5/$3/free with valid Wildcard, weberstatesports.com.

Monday (Oct. 8): WSU hosts the Homecoming pep rally, 12:30 p.m., Stewart Bell Tower Plaza, weber.edu/homecoming.

Monday (Oct. 8): WSU’s Arts Learning Collaborative presents “The Writing Code – A Tutorial to Building Plays with Kids,” 6 p.m., Browning Center Room 210, free, registration required, weber.edu/artscalendar.

Monday (Oct. 8): WSU’s Telitha E. Lindquist College of Arts & Humanities presents “Zombie Thoughts,” live performance of two video-game avatars enjoying friendship while battling monsters, 7 p.m., Browning Center Room 136, $5, weberstatetickets.com.

Tuesday (Oct. 9): Weber State University Davis hosts the Davis Student Services Expo, 11:30 a.m.-1 p.m., WSU Davis Building 3 Atrium (2730 N. University Park Blvd.), Layton), weber.edu/davisstudentservices.

Tuesday (Oct. 9): WSU’s College of Education hosts “What I Wish I Knew My First Year of Teaching,” panel discussion with local educators, 4:30 p.m., Tracy Hall Room 426, free, bostonworkman@weber.edu.

Tuesday (Oct. 9): WSU’s Hall Global Entrepreneurship Center hosts the Young Subaru Lecture Series, Paul Allen, Strengths, Inc., 6 p.m., Weber State Downtown (2314 Washington Blvd., Ogden), register at https://ysls_paulallen.eventbrite.com.

Tuesday (Oct. 9): WSU’s Clubs and Organizations host Casino Night as part of Homecoming, 6-9 p.m., Shepherd Union Ballroom A, admission: one can of food for Weber Cares Pantry, weber.edu/homecoming.

Wednesday (Oct. 10): WSU’s Department of Foreign Languages presents the Fall 2018 World Film Series, “Together,” a violin prodigy and his father move to Beijing in hopes of stardom, 12:30 p.m., Elizabeth Hall Room 229, free, cdenniston@weber.edu.

Wednesday (Oct. 10): WSU’s Center for Community Engaged Learning hosts the Service Day of Remembrance, 8 a.m.-noon and 1-4 p.m., Ogden Nature Center and Ogden City Cemetery, free, register at weber.edu/ccel, teresamartinez1@weber.edu.

Wednesday (Oct. 10): WSU’s Telitha E. Lindquist College of Arts & Humanities presents “The Cripple of Inishmaan,” a young man in the 1930s dreams of escaping his town when a film crew arrives, 7:30 p.m., Browning Center Allred Theater, ages 16 and older welcome, $13/$11/$8.25, weberstatetickets.com.

Wednesday (Oct. 10): WSU Campus Recreation hosts the Dive-In Movie, The Incredibles 2, 7:45 p.m., Swenson Gym Pool, $7/free with Wildcard ID, lifejacket and adult supervision required for children ages 14 and younger, weber.edu/aquatics, 801-626-8674.

Thursday (Oct. 11): WSU’s Goddard School of Business & Economics hosts the Ralph Nye Lecture Series, Mark Russell, Worthington Industries president, noon, Wattis Building Smith Lecture Hall, lunch provided, RSVP to mboles@weber.edu.

Thursday (Oct. 11): Weber State University Davis hosts a time-management workshop, 4:30-5:20 p.m., WSU Davis Building 3 Room 304 (2730 N. University Park Blvd.), Layton), free, weber.edu/davisstudentservices.

Thursday (Oct. 11): WSU’s Black Scholars United host a 50-year anniversary celebration, 6 p.m., Hurst Center Dumke Legacy Hall, weber.edu/multicultural/bsu.

Friday-Sunday (Oct. 12-14): WSU’s Outdoor Program hosts a women-only backpacking trip, Southern Utah desert, $110, weber.edu/outdoor/womens-only-backpacking.html.

Friday (Oct. 12): WSU’s Outdoor Program hosts the weekly climbing night, 4 p.m., 9th Street Crag (far east end of 9th Street, Ogden), free, youth under 18 must be accompanied by an adult, free, weber.edu/outdoor/ogden-weeklyclimbingnight.html, 801-626-6373.

Friday (Oct. 12): WSU’s Wildcat Toastmasters Club, 11:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m., Stewart Library Room 321, learn new speaking and leadership skills, free, contact njarvis@weber.edu, 801-626-7201.

Friday (Oct. 12): WSU’s Telitha E. Lindquist College of Arts & Humanities hosts the Hurst Artist in Residence, Jane Kim, painter, science illustrator and Ink Dwell Studio founder, 6 p.m., Kimball Visual Arts Center Room 120, free, cdenniston@weber.edu.

Friday (Oct. 12): WSU’s Alumni Association hosts “WSU Salutes: 50 Year Celebration” as part of Homecoming, recognizing WSU's outstanding alumni and friends 7 p.m., Browning Center Austad Auditorium, alumni.weber.edu, 801-626-7535.

Friday (Oct. 12): WSU’s Telitha E. Lindquist College of Arts & Humanities presents “The Cripple of Inishmaan,” a young man in the 1930s dreams of escaping his town when a film crew, 7:30 p.m., Browning Center Allred Theater, ages 16 and older welcome, $13/$11/$8.25, weberstatetickets.com.

Friday (Oct. 12): WSU’s Student Association hosts the homecoming dance, “Once Upon a Time,” 8:30-11:30 p.m., Shepherd Union Ballrooms, $5 per person, tickets available at the Shepherd Union information desk, taraperis@weber.edu.

Saturday (Oct. 13): WSU’s Telitha E. Lindquist College of Arts & Humanities presents “The Cripple of Inishmaan,” a young man in the 1930’s dreams of escaping his town when a film crew arrives in town, 2 p.m., Browning Center Allred Theater, ages 16 and older welcome, $13/$11/$8.25, weberstatetickets.com.

Saturday (Oct. 13): WSU football vs. Eastern Washington, Homecoming game, 4 p.m., Stewart Stadium, $32/$16/$14/$12/$10/free for students + 4 student guests with Wildcard ID, weberstatetickets.com.

Saturday (Oct. 13): WSU’s Telitha E. Lindquist College of Arts & Humanities presents “The Cripple of Inishmaan,” a young man in the 1930’s dreams of escaping his town when a film crew arrives in town, 7:30 p.m., Browning Center Allred Theater, ages 16 and older welcome, $13/$11/$8.25, weberstatetickets.com.

Monday (Oct. 15): WSU’s Women’s Center hosts “Sister Circle: If I Were Queen of the World,” monthly gathering discussing feminism, 1-3 p.m., Shepherd Union Room 316, free, womenscenter@weber.edu.

Wednesday (Oct. 17): WSU Career Services hosts STEM job fair for students, 10 a.m.-2 p.m., Shepherd Union Ballrooms, free, samwilson@weber.edu, 801-626-6396.

Wednesday (Oct. 17): WSU’s College of Science and the College of Engineering, Applied Science & Technology host “Women in STEM,”quick stories from successful women in STEM careers, noon-2:30 p.m., free,  weber.edu/cos/WomenInSTEM.html.

Wednesday (Oct. 17): WSU’s Honors Program hosts discussion of fake news with television historian and WSU professor Tracey Smith, 12:30 p.m., Stewart Library Room 321, free, lunch provided, free, tylerhole@weber.edu.

Wednesday (Oct. 17): WSU’s Teaching and Learning Forum hosts The Last Lecture, “Sir Arthur Conan Doyle: The Righter of Wrongs,” Mikel Vause, WSU professor of English, 1:30 p.m., Hurst Center Dumke Legacy Hall, free, tlf@weber.edu, weber.edu/tlf/LastLecture.html, 801-626-7667.

Wednesday (Oct. 17): WSU’s Women’s Center hosts a screening of “Pariah,” a teenager from Brooklyn embraces her identity as a lesbian, 3 p.m., Shepherd Union Wildcat Theater, free, womenstheater@weber.edu.

Wednesday (Oct. 17): WSU’s Telitha E. Lindquist College of Arts & Humanities hosts the Hurst Artist in Residence Espido Freire who will read from her works, 11:30 a.m., Elizabeth Hall Room 229, free, cdenniston@weber.edu.

Wednesday (Oct. 17): WSU’s Center for Community Engaged Learning hosts “Fact Checking Live!” community can watch the first district debate and following fact checking done by WSU students via social media, 5:45-7:30 p.m., New Bridge Elementary School (2150 Jefferson Ave. Ogden), weber.edu/ccel/els.html, free, teresamartinez1@weber.edu.

Thursday-Sunday (Oct. 18-21): WSU’s Outdoor Program hosts an overnight canoe trip, Labyrinth Canyon, Green River, Utah, $160 non-WSU/$117 WSU, weber.edu/outdoor/Labyrinth_Canyon_Canoe.html.

Thursday-Sunday (Oct. 18-21): WSU’s Outdoor Program and the Center for Community Engaged Learning hosts the Moab Multisport Alternative Break, community service, climbing and hiking, $120 non-WSU/$84 WSU, weber.edu/outdoor/Moab_Multisport_Service.html.

Thursday (Oct. 18): WSU Career Services hosts a career and internship fair for students, 10 a.m.-2 p.m., Shepherd Union Ballrooms, free, kylehole@weber.edu, 801-626-6396.

Thursday (Oct. 18): WSU’s Goddard School of Business & Economics hosts the Ralph Nye Lecture Series, Lori Goucher, Vyaire Medical strategic client consultant, noon, Wattis Building Smith Lecture Hall, lunch provided, free, RSVP to mboles@weber.edu.

Friday (Oct. 19): WSU’s Outdoor Program hosts the weekly climbing night, 4 p.m., 9th Street Crag (far east end of 9th Street, Ogden), free, youth under 18 must be accompanied by an adult, free, weber.edu/outdoor/ogden-weeklyclimbingnight.html, 801-626-6373.

Saturday (Oct. 20): WSU volleyball vs. Northern Arizona, Swenson Gymnasium, 7 p.m., $7/$5/$3/ free to WSU students + four student guests with Wildcard ID, 801-626-8500, weberstatetickets.com.

Saturday (Oct. 20): WSU football vs. Montana State, “Tackle Cancer Day”, 4 p.m., Stewart Stadium, $32/$16/$14/$12/$10/free for students + 4 student guests with Wildcard ID, weberstatetickets.com.

Tuesday (Oct. 23): WSU’s Office of Undergraduate Research hosts a research-proposal workshop, 1-2 p.m., Stewart Library Room 109, free, 801-626-8541, weber.edu/our/workshops.html.

Wednesday (Oct. 24): WSU’s Office of Undergraduate Research hosts a research-proposal workshop, 1-2 p.m., Stewart Library Room 109, free, 801-626-8541, weber.edu/our/workshops.html.

Wednesday (Oct. 24): WSU’s Department of English hosts Paisley Rekdal, Utah Poet Laureate, 6 p.m., Stewart Library Room 321, free, cdenniston@weber.edu.

Thursday (Oct. 25): WSU’s Telitha E. Lindquist College of Arts & Humanities presents “Dialogues of the Carmelites,” an opera based on the untimely deaths of the Carmelite nuns during the French Revolution, 7:30 p.m., $13/$11/$8/25, weberstatetickets.com.

Thursday (Oct. 25): WSU’s Goddard School of Business & Economics hosts the Ralph Nye Lecture Series, Steve Starks, Utah Jazz president, noon, Wattis Building Smith Lecture Hall, lunch provided, free, RSVP to mboles@weber.edu.

Friday (Oct. 26): WSU’s Wildcat Toastmasters Club, 11:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m., Stewart Library Room 321, learn new speaking and leadership skills, free, njarvis@weber.edu, 801-626-7201.

Friday (Oct. 26): WSU’s Dumke College of Health Professions hosts “Utah’s Opioid Epidemic,” Jennifer Plumb, University of Utah physician focused on opiates, Peter Sadler, Utah Naloxone program manager, 1 p.m., Shepherd Union Ballrooms, free,  kwojciechowski@weber.edu, 801-626-6102.

Friday (Oct. 26): WSU’s College of Engineering, Applied Science & Technology hosts Parent/Daughter Engineering Day, 5:30-8 p.m., Shepherd Union Ballroom, $10 per person, girls grades 7-12, parents welcome, 801-626-7552, weber.edu/engineeringday.

Friday (Oct. 26): WSU’s Telitha E. Lindquist College of Arts & Humanities presents “Dialogues of the Carmelites,” an opera based on the untimely deaths of the Carmelite nuns during the French Revolution, 7:30 p.m., $13/$11/$8/25, weberstatetickets.com.

Saturday (Oct. 27): WSU’s Outdoor Program hosts a Ben Lomond Peak hike, depart from Outdoor Program at 7 a.m., free, register at weber.edu/outdoor/summit-series.html.

Saturday (Oct. 27): WSU hosts the annual Halloween Carnival, Weber State University Davis (2750 University Park Blvd, Layton) games, candy and prizes for kids, noon-4 p.m., costumes welcome, free, food available for purchase, 801-626-6548. ashleyhilton1@weber.edu.

Saturday (Oct. 27): WSU’s Telitha E. Lindquist College of Arts & Humanities presents “Dialogues of the Carmelites,” an opera based on the untimely deaths of the Carmelite nuns during the French Revolution, 7:30 p.m., $13/$11/$8/25, weberstatetickets.com.

Tuesday (Oct. 30): WSU volleyball vs. Idaho State, Swenson Gymnasium, 7 p.m., $7/$5/$3/ free to WSU students + four student guests with Wildcard ID, 801-626-8500, weberstatetickets.com.

Tuesday (Oct. 30): WSU’s Telitha E. Lindquist College of Arts & Humanities presents the Fall Jazz Concert, “Swing Spectacular,” 7:30 p.m., Browning Center Allred Theater, $7/$6/$4.50, weberstatetickets.com.

Contact:

Allison Barlow Hess, director of Public Relations
801-626-7948 • ahess@weber.edu

Author:

Melissa Smith, adminstrative specialist for Public Relations
801-626-6348 • melissasmith9@weber.edu