Described by one of his professors as “a powerful student role model,” senior Jordan Sykes has demonstrated his commitment to excellence in an array of scholarly and service activities.
Join WSU Tri-Cities undergraduate students as they present research and art projects as part of the Undergraduate Research Symposium and Art Exhibition April 30 – May 3.
The program recognized 11 graduating McNair scholars, all of whom have been accepted into graduate school and are well prepared for the next step of their educational careers.
Stephen Gavazzi, coauthor of “Land‑Grant Universities for the Future,” will deliver the keynote address and lead a series of dialogues focused on the need for land‑grants to evolve to maintain their relevancy and value to the public.
Whittington will discuss how American political rhetoric has been increasingly filled with cries of a looming constitutional crisis.
The April 19 session will be livestreamed and there’s also 220 seats, available only through advance registration, for those who want to attend in person.
The WSU Pullman campus will host its annual Mom’s Weekend April 12‑14, with more than 100 activities to choose from.
An associate professor of educational psychology at Pennsylvania State University will present WSU’s seventh annual Methods Workshop.
Gary May will focus on how embracing diversity in all of its forms provides access, opportunity, and advancement for everyone.
An associate professor of psychology at Stanford University will discuss will address enhancing student success through social belonging and motivation.