WSU's College of Social & Behavioral Sciences, in partnership with the Division of Online & Continuing Education, is offering a free course titled Why Are We So Polarized?, beginning March 15.
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‘Genderwashing’ Practices Are Major Barrier to Women’s Equal Standing at Work, Says Weber State Professor
WSU Business Assistant Professor Wendy Fox-Kirk co-authored the peer-reviewed article Genderwashing: The Myth of Equality published in Human Resource Development International in 2020.
Weber State University mourns the passing of our friend and colleague Desiree Cooper Larsen.
U.S. Bank, MarketStar Foundation and Suazo Partner with WSU to Boost Hispanic Entrepreneurship Opportunities
The Wildcat Micro Fund and the Alan E. Hall Center for Sales Excellence are partnering with three companies to grow and support the Latino/Hispanic entrepreneurial ecosystem.
Pete Sands was named Time Magazine Guardian of the Year for his work helping the Navajo Nation during the pandemic. He said his preparation to lead a Herculean effort took root in his high school library in Montezuma Creek.
Storytellers will gather virtually to share tales with audiences of all ages to celebrate the Weber State University 25th annual Storytelling Festival Feb. 22 to March 18. All events are free and open to the public.
Former producer for CBS 60 Minutes journalist Mary Mapes will speak to the Weber State community on Feb. 23 at 7 p.m. via Zoom. The public is invited.
Some government regulations aimed at reducing pollution can boost the profits of regulated industries compared to outcomes in unregulated environments according to research from the Goddard School of Business & Economics.
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