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Students can choose from a variety of subjects in sustainability for their posters. Photo credit: Weber State University

Calling all sustainability artists

Connor Hopson February 7, 2022

Weber State University’s Sustainability Practices and Research Center is organizing a poster contest for students to express their academic pursuits and achievements centralized on sustainability....

Weber State stays strong on sustainability education

Adam Rubin September 3, 2021

Weber State University’s Sustainability Practices and Research Center is a resource designed to educate students, faculty, staff, alumni and the broader community on the environment and sustainability...

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Go green on campus, get green in your wallet

Brittany Fuhs March 21, 2018

Students leading the way in sustainability are about to gain recognition for their research efforts.The Sustainability Practices and Research Center and the Weber State University Alumni Association will...

Former President of Ireland Mary Robinson speaking at the Intermountain Sustainability Summit at Weber State University on Friday, March 17. (Signpost Archives)

Weber State’s steps toward a green future

J. Michael Bailey October 13, 2017

Though scientific studies and immense catalogs of data have been collected to support claims acknowledging climate change as a real and pressing danger to our environment, the validity of climate change...

Political science professor Dr. Leah Murray, center-left, speaks as a panelist at the WSU Honors Programs discussion: The Role of Education in a Post-Fact World. (Joshua Wineholt / The Signpost)

Panel discusses the ‘reality’ of a post-factual world

Juliana Palacio February 24, 2017

Over 45 Weber State University students and faculty attended a discussion on the meaning of post-factual, also called post-truth in education. The discussion, which consisted of a panel of three speakers,...

Run-off from campus and the surrounding neighborhoods collects in the duck pond. In the spring, that water is used on landscaping. (Ariana Berkemeier/ The Signpost)

Utah’s water in danger of disappearing: an in-depth report on water conservation at WSU

Abigail Payne January 27, 2016

In the midst of one of the strongest El Nino weather patterns in years, it’s hard not to notice the moisture falling from the sky. Utah’s supply of clean water seems plentiful now but it’s in...

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