STEM night lights up boxes and faces

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Weber State University hosted its ninth-consecutive Parent-Daughter Engineering Night on Oct. 26. It’s a way to help young girls get more involved in engineering, a predominately male field. Dana Dellinger, […]

Step up to STEM

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Over 300 students visited the Shepherd Union ballrooms between 10 a.m. and 2 p.m. to attend the STEM Fair on Sept. 27. Forty-seven groups were on site to meet prospective […]

Tips and tricks for passing STEM generals

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Worried about that Math 1010 course this semester? How about that Introduction to Physics course looming in the background? College can be nerve-wracking, and it’s due in no small part […]

All-female STEM conference blazes trail for women in STEM

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Weber State University transformed from college campus to STEM central on March 31, while over 400 high school girls, volunteers and mentors flooded the campus for the first ever all-female […]

SheTech, first all-female STEM conference debuts at Weber

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The United States Department of Labor reported in 2016 that 57 percent of women participated in the workforce, and that women make up nearly half of the entire workforce. Despite […]

Senate decides to help high school competition

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The Weber State University Student Association Senate met on Feb. 13 and discussed Senate funding of an upcoming high school science and engineering competition. The Ritchey Science and Engineering Fair […]