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    Weber State University
  Feb 18, 2018
2013-2014 Catalog ARCHIVED CATALOG: Content may no longer be accurate.

Engaged Learning and Interdisciplinary Programs


Weber State University has a long history of engaging students in learning both inside and outside the classroom. Engaged learning fosters intellectual and personal growth, critical thinking, problem solving, civic engagement, and professional and career development opportunities. Students engage with faculty members in small groups or one-on-one, for an intellectually challenging experience that is enhanced by professional and real world application of knowledge.

The Office of Undergraduate Research, the Center for Community Engaged Learning, and Honors Program continue to facilitate the engaged learning of WSU students by collaborating with disciplines across colleges. These programs offer engaged learning opportunities in undergraduate research, community engaged learning, and classes that provide a stimulating, creative and supportive learning environment.

Interdisciplinary programs provide students the opportunity to expand their learning across different subject areas, and contribute to a well-rounded educational experience.

Program Chairs/Directors/Coordinators

Undergraduate Research: Dr. John Cavitt   801-626-8541
Community Engaged Learning: Dr. Brenda Marsteller Kowalewski   801-626-7737
Honors Program: Dr. Judy Elsley   801-626-7591
Bachelor of Integrated Studies (BIS): Dr. Michael Cena   801-626-7713
Library Science: Joan Hubbard   801-626-6403
Asian Studies: Dr. Greg Lewis   801-626-6781
Environmental Studes: Dr. Mikel Vause   801-626-6659
Ethnic Studies: Dr. Hal Elliott   801-626-6945
European Studies: Dr. Thomas Mathews   801-626-6345
Latin American Studies: Dr. Alicia Giralt   801-626-6726
Learning English for Academic Purposes (LEAP): Amy Reimann   801-626-7180
Legal Studies: Dr. Thom Kuehls   801-626-6696
Linguistics: Dr. Mark LeTourneau   801-626-6386
Neuroscience: Dr. Matt Schmolesky   801-626-8745
Urban and Regional Planning: Dr. Bryan Dorsey   801-626-6944
Women’s Studies: Dr. Michelle Pastenbaugh   801-626-7810

Offices and Programs


Office of Undergraduate Research

Go to information for Office of Undergraduate Research.

Center for Community Engaged Learning Go to the CCEL website

Go to information for Center for Community Engaged Learning.

Honors Program

Go to information for Honors Program.

Bachelor of Integrated Studies Program

Learning English for Academic Purposes (LEAP)

Go to information for Learning English for Academic Purposes (LEAP).

Library Science

Go to information for Library Science.

Asian Studies Minor Program

Environmental Studies Minor Program

Ethnic Studies Program

European Studies Minor Program

Latin American Studies Minor Program

Legal Studies Minor Program

Linguistics Minor Program

Neuroscience Minor Program

Urban and Regional Planning Emphasis

Women's Studies Minor Program