Requests for Student Technology Fee are due today at 5 p.m. to Emily Green (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Tony Tekaroniake Evans“Indigeneity, education, and the road to authorship”
March 11, 3:30-5 p,m., via ZOOM
Please join the Center for Native American Research and Collaboration in a conversation with Tony Tekaroniake Evans.
Human Resource Services will present planning considerations for departments as WSU begins to transition back to on-site work locations after working remotely during the COVID-19 pandemic.
This course is the required of all new Cardholders in the WSU Purchasing Card Program. Account Reconcilers are also strongly encouraged to attend. Purchasing Card Applications are available at BPPM 70.08.
How do WSU’s planning and budgeting processes look at the institutional level? This course identifies the sources and types of funds that impact WSU’s budget.
In this workshop, you will learn to recognize the symptoms of compassion fatigue through a hands-on assessment and reflection about recent experiences.
The Motor Pool reminds all departments to schedule their annual inspections for WSU department-owned vehicles.
TIAA is offering a variety of live webinars for the month of March; see descriptions and dates/times of live webinars below.
Communications professor Alex Tan will present a Common Reading talk this afternoon at 4 p.m.
APPLY NOW to speak at Coug Voices!
What: Coug Voices is a university-wide event hosted by the Clinical Psychology Graduate Student Organization and sponsored by the Coug Parents Foundation.