Dr. David L. Ferro, Dean
College Mission Statement: The primary goal of the College of Engineering, Applied Science & Technology is to implement the mission of Weber State University and to prepare students for employment upon graduation by ensuring that they are productive, accountable, and responsible individuals able to function effectively in today’s workplace. This goal is achieved by developing in students a cohesive, solid theoretical foundation bolstered by practical, hands-on experiences. The learning environment is further enhanced by extensive contact between faculty and students both in and out of the classroom. In addition, the liberal education component present in all programs equips students for lifelong learning in a changing world.
College Vision Statement: The vision of the College of Engineering, Applied Science & Technology is to be the leader in the State in technology and technology related programs through service to our students and the businesses and industries in our region. The mission of the College is to serve the State of Utah by
- Preparing students for employment upon graduation and ensuring that they are productive, accountable, and responsible individuals able to function effectively in today’s workplace.
- Engaging in scholarly activities that expand the technological education our students receive and providing a service to business and industry.
- Utilizing the College’s resources and faculty expertise to benefit students, business, industry, education, government, and society in general.
Pat DeJong, firstname.lastname@example.org, 801-626-6318, TE 110C (Computer Science, Network Management Technology, Web & User Experience)
Dr. Steven Eichmeier, email@example.com, 801-626- 7595, TE 101B (Professional Sales)
Rainie Ingram, firstname.lastname@example.org, 801-626-7785, ET 110A (Apprenticeship, Computer Engineering, Construction Management Technology, Electrical Engineering, Interior Design Technology, Pre-Engineering)
Diana Meiser, email@example.com, 801-626- 6369, ET 218F (Design Engineering Technology, General Technology, Electronics Engineering Technology, Manufacturing Engineering Technology, Mechanical Engineering Technology)
Jessica Slater, firstname.lastname@example.org, 801-626-6577, TE 201B (Automotive Technology)
College Office Contact: Gina Naisbitt, email@example.com, 801-626-6303, Engineering Technology Building 110
|Automotive Technology: Scott Hadzik
|Construction Management Technology: Joseph Wolfe
|Engineering: Dr. Justin Jackson
|Engineering Technology: George Comber
|Professional Sales: Blake Nielson
|School of Computing: Spencer Hilton
The Alan E. Hall Center for Sales Excellence
Director: Mikelle Barberi-Weil
Location: TE 101 Telephone: 801-626-6913 or 801-626-6970 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
The Alan E. Hall Center for Sales Excellence was established in 2013 through a grant funded by the Alan and Jeanne Hall Foundation to promote and explore sales excellence by collaboratively engaging academic and industry sales experts. The Center for Sales Excellence is the nexus of a community of learners and benefactors in sales expertise. It develops sales curricula and instruction for private and public institutions, creates online resources for sales, partners with industry to augment industry-specific sales skill-sets, promotes the development of improved sales technology and theory-based techniques, and links sales students with experienced sales professionals and organizations.
The National Center for Automotive Science and Technology
Director: Joe Thomas
Location: TE 201 Telephone: 801-626-7836 Email: email@example.com
The Center for Automotive Science and Technology was established in 1997 to assist in developing a better understanding of vehicle emissions among academic, regulatory, and private sector entities, both locally and nationally. To do this, the Center provides training to automotive technicians, instructors, regulatory officials, field engineers, and consumer groups as well as doing applied research on vehicular emissions. Additionally, the Center gathers and disseminates information about the impact of emissions, design for emission abatement, and efficiency of vehicles. The Center is a cooperative endeavor of the University, the Utah Department of Environmental Quality, and multiple private companies.
Computer Literacy Center
Director: Thomas Bell
Administrative Specialist: Angie Christensen
Location: EH 311 Telephone: 801-626-7384 Web: weber.edu/clc
The Computer Literacy Center is a university-wide student learning center established to ensure all students achieve the computational literacy necessary to succeed in university coursework, academic research, and the workplace of the future. Entering and continuing WSU students possess widely varying levels of experience and knowledge about computer applications and operation. The CLC is designed to support students from all backgrounds to attain levels of computer competency appropriate to their specific academic needs. The CLC also offers instructional support on advanced topics to prepare students for upper division courses and research investigations, and represents a key resource to ensure student competency in computer applications specifically defined by faculty to support university courses instructed by those faculty.
The Concept Center
Director: Taylor Foss
Location: TE 219 Telephone: 801-626-6400 Email: weber.edu/east/concept
The Concept Center is an innovative engineering research and design think tank that brings skilled students, experienced faculty, and local companies together on engineering research, product development, and design. The Concept Center at Weber State University is here to provide the engineering expertise needed to help established businesses improve production processes, assist small tech-based startups with a potentially valuable patent, and assist individuals to move great ideas forward. The Concept Center participants get low cost, creative, and effective solutions; and WSU students and faculty gain valuable experience.
Center for Technology Outreach
Directors: Dana Dellinger and Luke Fernandez
Location: M3 Telephone: 801-626-7552 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org & email@example.com
The College of Engineering, Applied Science & Technology values our role in providing a variety of engaging, fun, and instructive outreach programs. Through the Center for Technology Outreach we strive to reach out to students and community members of all ages through our Speaker Series and K-12 Programs.
The Speaker Series features interesting and informative voices from the expansive field of technology experts in Utah and around the US. Participants are intellectually enriched by the insight, understanding, and knowledge of people such as internet expert Radia Perlman, author Matt Richtel, and computer programmer and activist Richard Stallman. The Speaker Series is open to the public and all are welcome.
Encouraging, supporting and providing Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) opportunities to K-12 students is an important and valued component of our service to the community. The scope of our K-12 Outreach is multi-layered.
- Introduction and Awareness: Short-term events to build interest and awareness in technology such as Parent/Daughter Engineering Day, Family Engineering Day, and STEM Fests & Expo’s.
- Engage and Experience: Programs designed to engage students in more committed STEM activities and increase their confidence and interest in pursuing STEM related majors and careers. These include, FIRST Tech Challenge Robotics, FIRST LEGO League, Seaperch Underwater Robotics, Engineering and Technology Summer Camps, and more.
- Educate and Support: In-depth academic enrichment, designed with the goal of impacting the long-term education and career pathways of students. WSU PREP and Project Lead the Way both highlight the college’s long-term investment in K-12 education and Utah’s youth.
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