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The brand-new Miller Advanced Research and Solutions Center, or MARS, primarily focuses on aerospace advancement.

MARS: The Miller’s mission

Hunter Lindsey, Reporter September 27, 2022

This fall semester is the inaugural semester of the brand-new Miller Advanced Research and Solutions Center, or MARS. The center cut the ribbon this summer and was funded in large part by a donation from...

Do you know your news? Jan. 19

Do you know your news? Jan. 19

Marisa Nelson January 15, 2021

1. How many of the attendees of the Washington D.C. riots have been identified and placed on the FBI terrorist watch list? a. Thousands b. Dozens c. 300 d. None 2. What rare animal from...

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Do you know your news? Oct. 20

Marisa Nelson October 19, 2020

1. The COVID-19 pandemic continues to surge through much of the world. We have now passed _______ cases worldwide.a. 80 millionb. 3 millionc. 40 milliond. 900,0002. This past week, Apple announced their...

A master’s degree can open doors and provide a competitive advantage. Photo credit: Wikimedia Commons

Master a degree and a skill set

Nic Sells February 22, 2018

A master’s degree can open doors and provide a competitive advantage. Whether you’re looking for upward mobility in your career or seeking a career change, Weber State University has the master’s...

Parts of the machine built by the New Bridge School team, the Goldberg Knights. (Joshua Wineholt / The Signpost)

Rube Goldberg machine contest builds engineers of the future

Zac Watts January 19, 2018

High school, junior high and elementary school students came together Jan. 19 for an annual Utah Air Force Association and Weber State University Rube Goldberg Competition. Designed to make the simplest...

WSU to host STEM camp by girls, for girls

Jasmine Pittman July 11, 2016

At the end of July, Weber State University will play host to a summer camp called Girls Go Digital, which focuses on teaching girls digital skills such as coding and designing. The event will take place...

Students at WSU PREP are given a number of lives to complete a ropes course as a team without touching the ground, or lava. (Emily Crooks / The Signpost)

WSU program sharpens kids’ science skills

Jasmine Pittman June 13, 2016

The College of Engineering, Applied Science and Technology is partnering with the College of Science to offer a seven week long math and science focused summer school.WSU Pre-Freshman Program, known as...

Elementary and junior-high children move through lego obstacles to battle their robots at the FIRST Lego League Qualifier Tournament in the Shepherd Union on Saturday, Jan. 9. The event was hosted by Weber State Universitys College of Engineering, Applied Science & Technology. (Daniel Rubio / The Signpost)

Lego League robots invade Weber

Nathan Beach January 19, 2016

Over 157 kids ranging from fourth to eighth grade gathered in the Shepherd Union ballrooms on Jan. 9 to compete in an engineering competition for this year's First Lego League. This year, the...

Career fair geared towards STEM majors

Kylie Coats October 30, 2015

  The STEM Career Fair is an opportunity for students to meet with potential employers and will be held in the Shepherd Union Ballrooms, on Nov. 4 from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. The Science, Technology,...

Make-A-Wish children get up close with Thunderbirds

June 30, 2014

With more than 400,000 attendants and participants at the air show, several Make-A-Wish children and their families got the opportunity to experience an exclusive Thunderbirds “Practice Show” earlier...

Thousands flock to 'Warriors Over the Wasatch' air show

June 30, 2014

With a squadron of six Thunderbirds lining the runway, Utah’s "Warriors Over the Wasatch" air show welcomed an estimated 400,000 spectators to Hill Air Force Base this past weekend. The air show opened...

Orientation: STEM focuses on bringing students to science

August 7, 2013

For Weber State University graduate Scott Harris, elementary-school science meant making goo and musical instruments. Middle-school science objectives were to bake a cake to represent the earth’s layers....

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