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WSU physics professor recognized

WSU physics professor recognized

Professor Adam Johnston of the physics department is being awarded the 2013 Weber State University Brady Presidential Distinguished Professor award, along with two other WSU professors. Johnston has been highly decorated over the last two years, receiving various awards for his efforts in science outreach for the community as well as his teaching methods in […]

With graduation coming very quickly, there are many excited seniors out there ready to be done with school. There are so many happy things associated with finishing college, but honestly, the biggest shock I have faced is the cost of my family members to come attend my graduation. I am originally from South Carolina, and […]

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Everyone was asked when they were a child, “What do you want to be when you grow up?” Little girls would say ballerinas or stay-at-home moms, while little boys would say a firefighter or a pilot. I was always a little different. I was the only girl in my school who wanted to be a […]

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Alan E. Hall addresses Young Alumni Association audience

A group of alumni and students were educated in the ways of networking through Alan E. Hall’s life story on the powers of maintaining a good network. The Young Alumni Association at Weber State University sponsored the presentation. The Young Alumni Association is a subgroup of the Alumni Association at WSU. Its mission is to […]

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We have all had this at one time or another: springtime flare-ups (of allergies). If there is one thing that can make me regret the day, it’s these Utah trees blossoming and sending my body into histamine chaos. Every year it’s the same thing: stuffy nose, sneezing, headaches and agoraphobia. Well, the agoraphobia is not […]

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WSU graduate presents research on autism and sleep

Lack of sleep can make even the best of people act like someone else. Weber State University graduate Trevor Hicks-Collins observed how lack of sleep negatively impacted his autistic son. His research into the subject has landed him a spot on Capitol Hill, where he will present his research to the National Council of Undergraduate Research […]

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