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Dr. Jason Cowell of University of Wisconsin, Greenbay, explains his studies of the neural development of moral judgment and moral action of children.  (Nikki Dorber / The Signpost)

Exploring morality and fairness through the minds of children

Lissete Landaverde November 23, 2020

The WSU Neuroscience Program and Club wrapped up their Neuroscience Lecture series on Nov. 19 by hosting a lecture presented by Jason Cowell, "Empathy, Morality, & Fairness in the Brain," via Zoom. Cowell,...

Lecturer Susan Goodier discusses political cartoons and their place in the suffrage movement.

A war of cartoons in the suffrage movement

Lissete Landaverde September 28, 2020

Suffrage and anti-suffrage ideas weren't just expressed through protests and oration; sometimes, activists expressed their thoughts through cartoons.Susan Goodier, lecturer of history at SUNY Oneonta and...

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Environmental historian comes to Weber to discuss coyote evolution

Ana Lichfield September 19, 2018

New York Times Bestselling author and environmental historian, Dr. Dan Flores, will educate audiences on the 5-million-year-old epic story of the coyote at the Alumni Center Garden Room on Sept. 19 at...

Professor to discuss wasting time in America

Allen Glines October 17, 2015

Alexis McCrossen, professor of history at Southern Methodist University, is coming to Weber State to discuss something well all value--time. Her lecture, “Wasting Time: History & Image of Time...

Well-known Civil War artist to show work in Ogden

September 24, 2015

When most people do research, it ends up in a paper. Mort Kunstler's research, however, is poured into his artwork, and the artist known for his paintings of the Civil War will be showing that work...

After a career fighting terrorism, Indian police inspector shares perspective

October 2, 2014

Retired Inspector General Kadegowda Arkesh of the India Central Reserve Police force knows what it's like to take another person's life. In a lecture to students Monday at the Wildcat Theater, Arkesh...

Davis campus offers tips on taking tests

September 15, 2014

Tests. Most students regard the inevitable exams and quizzes with a long face, but that could be because they’re not using the best test-taking techniques. Laurie Huntington kicked off a Test-Taking...

Social Science Building anniversary week features Civil War historian

November 7, 2013

On Nov. 5 of 1973, Weber State University finished construction of the Social Science Building, designed to hold approximately 4,000 students and house 69 faculty and 14 staff. With this week's 40th anniversary...

Rancano: Relationships vital to success in business

February 9, 2012

[media-credit id=60 align="alignright" width="300"][/media-credit]Armando Rancano, director for employee development at Wayfair LLC., advising students about how to be successful in business. Armando Rancano,...

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