Event helps emphasize importance of women in STEM

Science & Tech

Teams of parents and their daughters spent Nov. 18–19 learning to problem solve and work together to find creative engineering solutions. The 6th annual Parent-Daughter Engineering Day was held at […]

Calling all future women engineers

Campus Events, Davis Campus, Science & Tech

The focus of Weber State University’s annual Parent-Daughter Engineering Day is to bring in successful female engineers to encourage seventh- and eighth-grade girls with an interest in engineering. Taking place […]

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Science & Tech

Students and faculty gathered in the Hetzel-Hoellein room at the library to hear author Thomas Haigh speak about his coauthored book “ENIAC in Action: Making and Remaking the Modern Computer.” […]

Lieutenant governor discusses STEM to STEAM: ‘We need policy’

Above the Scroll, Academics, Politics, Utah

Education is a hot topic in politics in Utah, especially in relation to the growing push for STEM (science, technology, engineering and mathematics) and art education in the state. Lieutenant Governor Spencer […]

Weber State’s renaissance man

Campus Community

Professor Eric Swedin is a long time faculty member of Weber State University who has taught in four different colleges on campus. Long-time friend and colleague, Mark Stevenson, described him […]