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A group of retirees who attended the retirement reception standing together for a group photo.

Recognizing Weber’s retirees

Gretel Monjar, News Reporter March 16, 2023

Weber State University’s Academic Affairs held a recognition ceremony for retiring faculty and staff for the 2022-23 academic year. Colleagues expressed thanks for the work of those leaving WSU. Attendees...

Dando su corazón y Sohl al departamento de física

Nathanael Stout November 16, 2022

Los estudiantes, facultad, y antiguos alumnos de la universidad Weber State se congregaron en el salón Dumke Legacy el ocho de noviembre para asistir al discurso final del profesor de física John Sohl....

Dr Sohl, Dumke hall, 8 November 2022

Giving his heart and Sohl to the physics department

Trish Maponga, Reporter November 15, 2022

Weber State University alumni, students and faculty flocked to Dumke Legacy Hall on Nov. 8 to witness physics professor John Sohl’s last lecture. Attendees wanted to honor Sohl for his outstanding volunteer...

Rethinking education in the pandemic. Photo credit: Pixabay

Taking charge of education in 2020

Adam Rubin September 21, 2020

WSU Physics Professor Dr. Adam Johnston was away from campus on sabbatical during the school’s shutdown. During that time, while coping with the pandemic like us all, he took time to reflect on and...

S. Dorian Chelaru, owner and president of Transoceanic, LLC, USA, speaks at Weber State University about the Multi-Million Tons Freshwater Transporter. (Robert Lewis / The Signpost)

A submersible solution to water shortages

Francisco Ruiz January 23, 2020

From 2011 to 2017, California experienced severe drought. The drought ravaged the state's agricultural industry, and residents watched their lawns die or opted to replace them with artificial turf.As urban...

The Solar Eclipse is on August 31. Photo credit: Wikimedia Commons

NASA funds Weber State research balloon for eclipse

Chris Nichols August 11, 2017

Weber State University's physics department has received funding from NASA for a high-altitude research opportunity during the upcoming solar eclipse. The High Altitude Reconnaissance Balloon for Outreach...

Daniel Adamo, expert in space flight trajectory, will lecture on the logistics of getting humans to Mars. (Source: Pixabay)

Mars on the docket? Getting to and from the red planet

Leah Higginbotham February 21, 2017

“Space: the final frontier." For the past fifty years, the Star Trek motto has hinged on the idea that humanity could continue beyond Earth and inhabit other planets. Adding to that sentiment,...

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