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Office of Undergraduate Research sends students to national conference

As the semester comes to a close, some students will be searching high and low for a summer jobs, but others will be paid to do their own research through the Office of Undergraduate Research at Weber State University. That was the case for Paul Castleberry in the summer of 2012. As the executive producer […]

Botany club sells green to earn green

Utah is home to thousands of species of native plants, and a few of them are available for sale on campus. The botany club is currently hosting its biannual plant sale, which continues through today in the science lab building. The botany department students and staff grew all the selections of plants, which range in […]

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The Olene S. Walker Institute of Politics and Public Service is hosting the Haven J. Barlow Spring Leadership Forum. A panel featuring the leading voices on education in Utah will discuss “Education in Utah: Where Are We? Where Are We Going?” on Wednesday at 1:30 p.m. in the Shepherd Union Building’s ballrooms. Former governor Walker […]

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The Shepherd Union Building will provide food and study areas at night for students during finals week on Tuesday and Wednesday. Andrew Gardiner, the Weber State University Student Association president, said WSUSA hopes to also extend the union building’s hours two hours later and close at 2 a.m. The idea first came up in the […]

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Seeking the truth and reporting it while remaining independent and minimizing harm are only a few of the ethics principles journalists follow while writing stories. The Weber State University Communication Department welcomed guest speaker Jay Black to speak about ethics in journalism on Wednesday. Black is the founding editor of the journal “Mass Media Ethics.” […]

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Master of Professional Communication graduates first class

In 2011, Weber State University created the Master of Professional Communication program. The program was designed specifically for professionals who want to advance their career with an advanced communications degree. Even though the MPC program is geared toward professionals, traditional students are also suited for the program if they want to take their communication to […]

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