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Keynote Speaker Rev. DeForest B. Saories Jr.

A discussion of religious diversity

Alma Bell, Reporter October 11, 2022

Weber State University’s 24th annual Diversity Conference was held on Oct. 6 and 7. The theme was religious diversity. WSU wanted to encourage people to be open and accepting of others’ religions and...

Associate Professor Erin Cech spoke on Jan. 25.

Passion, privilege and problems

Catie Weimer January 26, 2022

Erin Cech, associate professor in the sociology and mechanical engineering departments at the University of Michigan, spoke about her research on passion in connection to work on Jan. 25 for Weber State...

WSUs Big Sky softball schedule (Weber State Athletics)

Big Sky announces the date ‘Cats return to the diamond

Miles Shaw November 18, 2020

WSU’s softball team — the reigning Big Sky champions — will be back on the diamond this spring. The first pitch will be thrown out for the Wildcats on March 26, against Idaho State at...

WSU faculty make sense of shift to virtual at What the hell just happened? conference

WSU faculty make sense of shift to virtual at “What the hell just happened?” conference

Joshua Kamp November 16, 2020

Weber State University’s Teaching and Learning Forum held a virtual conference Nov. 13 aptly titled “What the Hell Just Happened?” to offer the university community, especially faculty...

(credit: Weber State Athletics)

The ‘Cats offense is prowling the practice field, on the hunt for improvement

Miles Shaw November 5, 2020

Weber State University's football program has been riding high in recent years under head coach Jay Hills’s leadership. The Wildcats have had a winning record every year since Hill’s second...

In the past, Alzheimers Foundation of America has been able to hold their educational conferences in person. (Courtesy of AFA)

Educating America about Alzheimer’s disease

Kierstynn King November 2, 2020

November is Alzheimer’s awareness month, and on Nov. 10, The Alzheimer’s Foundation of America will host a free, virtual, educational conference for Utah residents as part of its national Educating...

2020 marks 35 years since the Undergraduate Literature Conference was first founded by WSU professors. (Monika Clarke/ The Signpost)

The 35th anniversary of the National Undergraduate Literature Conference

Jackson Reed November 9, 2019

The National Undergraduate Literature Conference is an event that has been held annually for the past 35 years at Weber State University. Undergraduate students from across the United States submit abstracts,...

Staff checking in Utah Academy Sciences, Arts, and Letters Annual Conference participant. (Marisa Wolford / The Signpost)

Students and faculty jockey for the journal

Kainoa Nunez March 27, 2019

The annual conference of the Utah Academy of Sciences, Arts and Letters brought colleges and universities from across the state to Weber State University on March 23. During the event, students...

Attendees crowd around various posters being presented. (Joshua Wineholt / The Signpost)

UCUR unveils undergrad research

Ashlynd Greenwood February 27, 2019

Students across Utah visited Weber State University on Feb. 22 for the 13th Annual Utah Conference of Undergraduate Research, which saw research projects in opioid use, poverty and the Autism Spectrum...

Signs and places to check in direct people to the various talks and presentations presented during Prject Lead 2018. (Joshua Wineholt / The Signpost)

Leaders aren’t born

Hannah Olsen November 8, 2018

Project LEAD, a two-day conference hosted by Weber State University, aims to forge new leaders through keynote speaker series, workshops, alumni interaction and a day of service.The Weber State University...


Quality air needs quality care

Brittany Fuhs April 4, 2018

“I really love the idea of being able to breathe in clean air,” Analeah Vaugn said. “I came today to hear what others have to say regarding our air and learn about what we can do to change...

Project LEAD conference successful

October 22, 2014

After hearing everyone else’s plans for fall break, I started to feel less enthusiastic about mine – spending Thursday and Friday at a leadership conference. When Natalie Barcelo, the Weber State...

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