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A perfect 100 percent of WSU applicants have been accepted to the Carnegie Mellon University graduate program for information security and information management.
WSU will join all of Utah’s institutions of higher education to support ProjectProtect, a grass-roots initiative to produce 5 million medical-grade masks.
Weber State University Community Education and the College of Social & Behavioral Sciences is offering a free online summer course titled “Pandemics and People,” beginning May 18.
All courses will be offered online or in a virtual format, which allows students flexibility to attend, no matter where they are living during the COVID pandemic.
WSU’s Ott Planetarium is hosting a virtual star party to help people learn about the night sky. The event will be held via Facebook Live from 6-8 p.m. on May 6.
WSU Set to Transition to ‘Moderate-Risk’ Stage; Facilities Management Staff Steps up during COVID-19 Response
Beginning May 11, Weber State University will begin transitioning from its high risk stage of COVID-19 response to a moderate-risk stage that will allow some employees to return to campus as necessary.
Two Weber State University professors, acclaimed for contributions to their disciplines of history and zoology and who share a passion for conservation, have been named the 2020 Brady Presidential Distinguished Professors.
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