Please join us for the 53rd Annual Potter Lecture on Thursday, September 10, from 7-9 p.m. in the CUB Auditorium, 177. Admission is free.
This Year’s Speaker will be Dr. Elliott Sober, University of Wisconsin-Madison. He lecture is titled, “Darwin and Inteligent Design.” Professor Sober is a leading figure in the philosophy of biology, and has written extensively on the subject. Continue reading
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Join the Foley Institute for the first Coffee & Politics event of the new school year.
During a period of growing inequality, what are Americans attitudes about income redistribution?
Leslie McCall, Professor of Sociology and Political Science at Northwestern University will discuss these issues on Monday, August 31, at noon in the Foley Speaker’s Room, 308 Bryan Hall.Continue reading
The Cougar Wine Connections Showcase Series is a collection of wine tasting events held before each WSU home football game at the Brelsford WSU Visitor Center. Each event will feature one cougar connected winery/wine brand presented by representatives from those wineries pouring their wines and sharing the story of their journey from Washington State University to the world of wine.Continue reading
The Department of Physics and Astronomy is proud to present a colloquium talk featuring Dr. Christopher P. J. Barty. Dr. Barty will present his talk “Laser-based Light Sources and the Emergence of Nuclear Photonics ” on Tuesday, September 1, at 4:10 p.m. in Webster B17.Continue reading
This BPPM revision includes the following changes:
– Alcohol for Laboratory Use 70.22
– Using Discretionary 17A Accounts 70.33
For a summary of the changes and link to the new sections, see the BPPM Revision 453 memorandum at:
Contact: Office of Procedures, Records, and Forms; telephone 335-2005
Start the year off right by attending a pizza party. Meet fellow Cougs while learning about pizza from around the world and eating internationally-themed pizzas. The Office of International Programs International Center is hosting the event from 3 – 4 p.m., Friday, Aug. 28 in CUB L46.
What’s good and bad about how we use prisons to achieve criminal justice goals?
Professor Faith Lutze (Dept. of Criminal Justice and Criminology) will discuss “The Evolving American Prison: Executing the Ideals of Justice, Mercy, and Redemption” at a free public lecture 4:30 p.m. Tuesday, Sept. 1, in room 203 of the Smith Center for Undergraduate Education (CUE).Continue reading
With the Angel learning management system going off-line in December, faculty are encouraged to start using WSU’s new system, Blackboard Learn. To assist, Academic Outreach and Innovation is offering a series of workshops, including two next week. Faculty can attend in person at WSU Pullman, or in videoconference rooms at the other campuses.Continue reading