WSU News


The Bookie Turns 100!

Join us in celebrating 100 years of The Bookie on Friday, April 25, from 11 a.m. - 4 p.m. in The Bookie.  ASWSU President, Taylor Hennessey and President Floyd will speak from Noon – 12:30 p.m.  Door prizes, free t-shirts and grabbers, store discounts and more!  Wear your retro shirt given out at the dividend presentation  and during the celebration to receive 10% off all day at the bookstore. Photobooth Continue reading


Confessions of a Young Radical: A Conversation with Mary Beth Tinker

Join the Foley Institute and The Edward R. Murrow College of Communication for the last Coffee & Politics event of the semester.

Confessions of a Young Radical: A Conversation with Mary Beth Tinker

At the age of 13, Mary Beth Tinker took the Des Moines Public Schools to court for infringing on her rights to free expression. Her Supreme Court case, Tinker v. Des Moines Independent School District, became a leading precedent for free speech rights in the United States.  Ms. Tinker is a free speech activist devoted to reminding students of their First Amendment rights.Continue reading


Workplace Violence and Bullying Policy brown bag session

APAC is hosting a brown bag session presented by HRS  on Workplace Violence and Bullying Policy.  A few simulations will be conducted and then time for audience discussion and a question/answer session.

This is open to everyone and we invite you to attend.

Dates: April 29 and May 21
Time: noon-1 p.m. (both dates)
Pullman: Lighty 405
Tri-City: 260W
Spokane: TBA
Vancouver: TBA




Dr. Annie Lang to visit Murrow College

Come see Dr. Lang’s Seminar on:

Processing Substance Cues and Prevention Messages: Individual Differences in Biological Responses and Motivated Cognition

Dr. Lang’s research focuses on studying motivated cognition and media. The long-term goal is to better understand the interplay among parts of the dynamic system comprised of the embodied mind and the mediated message.

Friday April 25 in GCAD 218/220 at 3:30 p.m.

Sponsored by the Alcohol and Drug Abuse Research Program (ADARP)


CRB Seminar Today

Sponsored by the Center for Reproductive Biology, Washington State University and the University of Idaho

Dr. William Walker, University of Pittsburgh

“The PTPN11/SHP2 phosphatase: A regulator of spermatogonia stem cell proliferations and the Sertoli Cell Adhesion complexes required for male fertility.”

Location: Veterinary and Biomedical Research 305, Science Forum
Date: Wednesday, April 23
Time: 4:10 p.m.

All Faculty, Fellows and Students are encouraged to attend!

Contact: Carolyn Emerson-Farr (


Mathematics Colloquium: Thursday, April 24

Department of Mathematics Colloquium

“Dynamics of sleep-wake regulation”

Presented by: Dr. Victoria Booth
Associate Professor
Department of Mathematics and Department of Anesthesiology
University of Michigan,  Ann Arbor, MI

Thursday, April 24
4:10 p.m.
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April 29 – Training: Electronic Forms System Training

This training provides an overview regarding how the electronic forms system functions and specific instruction on completion of the electronic Travel Expense Voucher.  This training will take place in Pullman from 9:30-11a.m. Employees not based in Pullman who are interested in this training should contact the Office of Procedures, Records and Forms at or 509-335-2005.  It is important to register in advance, to register now click here!


Common Reading: Today at 7 p.m., Delahoyde on Being Wrong About Shakespeare and the Humanities

Washington State University English clinical associate professor Michael Delahoyde will lead a Common Reading Program presentation this evening that will tie questions about the authorship of Shakespearean masterpieces to how individuals construct personal paradigms of creativity.

The 7 p.m. April 22 presentation in Todd 130 is titled “Being Wrong about Shakespeare and the Humanities” and it is open to the public.Continue reading


Volunteers needed for Therapeutic Riding Program

Palouse Area Therapeutic Horsemanship (PATH) is looking for volunteers for the May 13-June 12 therapeutic riding session.  PATH is a community service program of the College of Veterinary Medicine and is a United Way partner. Classes are held Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday evenings at 5:30 and 7 p.m. Volunteers usually Continue reading