Artificial Intelligence: Humanity’s greatest threat?

Mobile, Science & Tech, Signpost Slider

According to several scientists, innovators and other technology experts, robots may be what exterminates humanity in the end of times. Whether they hunt us down and exterminate us, like in […]

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 […]