Members of the Washington State University community are invited to attend two lectures by keynote speakers of WSU Extension’s 2005 All-Extension Conference.

The conference, titled “Creating a Culture of Change: Extension, Entrepreneurship, and Engagement,” will focus on the theme of entrepreneurship.

Cam Marston, author of “Managing Across the Cultural Divide,” will make a presentation titled “Four Generations in the Workplace: Communicating and Working with Each Other” at 1:30 p.m. on Tuesday, March 1 in the CUB Ballroom. Marston will be discussing his belief that each generation has different interpretations of workplace issues, including loyalty, teamwork and sacrifice, that affect in-the-office interactions.

Dan Cotton, director, and Carla Craycraft, associate director of eXtension initiative, will present “eXtension: A National Web-Based Information and Learning Center” at 8:30 a.m. on Wednesday, March 2 in the CUB Ballroom. Cotton and Craycraft will give an overview of “eXtension,” an initiative for a new, consolidated Web-based information and learning center for the national Extension system. “eXtension” would address issues such as food safety, agriculture and natural resources, youth development and the environment.

The conference will take place March 1-3. For more information, go to