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Students interested in the medical field have a chance to ask questions about employment opportunities offered within the fair.  (Lisa Rajigah/The Signpost)

Collage of careers featured at fair

Claire Young October 18, 2021

Making connections is important for college students. Attending career fairs can help students gain access to employers and internship opportunities in their respective fields. The STEM career fair, held...

Women in STEM; contributions to Weber State and the world

Women in STEM; contributions to Weber State and the world

Lucas Moore March 1, 2021

The United Nations recognized Feb. 11 as International Day of Women and Girls in Science. This includes the achievements women make in our society today in careers related to science, technology, engineering...

Maren Dawson, in blue, assists Samantha Tatton with her math class at Weber State University on September 10, 2020. Student Support Services at WSU recently received two TRiO grants from the U.S. Department of Education.  The grants fund programs that support low-income, first-generation or disabled Weber State students. Students, including Tatton, are provided with an advisor, tutoring, and sometimes direct financial support, among other services. Photo credit: WSU

Show STEM the money

Joshua Kamp October 5, 2020

Weber State University is launching a new program in fall 2020 aimed to help disadvantaged students — low income students, first generation students and students with disabilities — in science...

(Weber State University Department of Visual Arts & Design)

Mayor’s award sculpts future for WSU art department

Matisse Mosher November 22, 2018

Weber State University professor Kathleen "K." Stevenson was awarded an Ogden City Mayor’s Award in art education on Nov. 1. Each recipient was honored with a custom-made award, designed and built...

Nearly $1 million in new science money at WSU

Nearly $1 million in new science money at WSU

Zac Watts November 1, 2018

In an effort to raise graduation rates among low-income and underrepresented students studying physical science, the National Science Foundation has awarded Weber State University nearly $1,000,000 in...

A student speaks to representatives of the Zions Bancorportation booth. (Joshua Wineholt / The Signpost)

Step up to STEM

John Wise October 5, 2017

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 students interested in the fields...

Lampros Hall, also known as The Hub, located just south of the Stewart Library. The Hub is home to both math tutoring and testing. (Joshua Wineholt / The Signpost)

Tips and tricks for passing STEM generals

Zac Watts August 27, 2017

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 to the science,...

Women make up 26% of STEM related fields, according to United States Department of Labor. SheTech, an upcoming conference at Weber State University looks to encourage high-school-aged girls to get involved in STEM. (Source: Tribune News Service)

SheTech, first all-female STEM conference debuts at Weber

Kellie Plumhof March 26, 2017

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 the large number of...

Lise Meitner dedicated her life studies to radioactivity and contributed to the discovery of nuclear fission. (Source: Wikimedia Commons)

Women in science, snubbed by history

Kellie Plumhof March 14, 2017

Women have made abundant contributions to science, but there is a serious lack of knowledge about these contributions and the women themselves.For example, when you peer up into the night sky, you may...

A balony wraps around an upper level of Tracy Hall Science Center, overlooking the buildings atrium. (Emily Crooks / The Signpost)

Tracy Hall Science Center undergoes finishing touches

Cole Eckhardt April 5, 2016

  It may not exactly look like the Tracy Hall Science Center is nearing the final stage of completion, but according to Celestia Carson, principal at VCBO Architecture, the construction crews...

STEM-PS fair introduces students to their futures

STEM-PS fair introduces students to their futures

Michael Bunderson December 17, 2015

The ballrooms in the Shepherd Union building were filled with students dressed in their best as they mingled with potential employers. What brought them was the third STEM-focused career fair. This...

College programs spotlighted at WSU Major Fest

February 5, 2015

Booths invaded the Shepherd Union Wednesday as excited students and faculty displayed the best Weber State University has to offer. As a part of WSU's Wildcat Welcome, high school and college students...

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