WSU remains “in good shape” as strategic planning continues

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WSU President Brad Mortensen led a campus town hall meeting via Zoom on Sept. 15 as part of Weber State’s ongoing strategic planning process to shape the university’s priorities and […]

Proctoring procedures during the pandemic

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Academic testing at WSU is available with a new, cutting-edge program for fall semester 2020, and while the testing options are unique to each faculty member’s course material, there has […]

Red Alert for the performing arts

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The Browning Center shone red on campus the evening of Sep. 1 in support of the national #RedAlertRESTART and #WeMakeEvents movement. The organization #WeMakeEvents started the #RedAlertRESTART movement to shine […]

Shaking hands with potential employers through Handshake

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The many life changes brought by COVID-19 continue to shape our future. Finding internships and quality employment is part of that ever-growing list. Many workers have found that working at […]

Getting in your business: Nye Lecture Series 2020

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This fall, the annual Ralph Nye Lecture Series, organized by The Goddard School of Business and Economics, continues online. The lectures are intended to inform and inspire. “This lecture series […]

Need money? Help EASE your financial strain

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Emergency funding is available to all WSU students through The Wildcat Emeriti Alumni Student Emergency Fund program, which can grant money to students with acute financial emergencies. The EASE Fund […]

Do you know your news?

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1. Many states across the West Coast are experiencing extreme fires and fire danger. Among those states are Oregon and California. What was expected to have caused the fires to […]