Student Financial Services is seeking graduate assistants for the upcoming academic year! This position has the primary responsibility of providing excellent customer service in a high stress environment; answering emails and having face to face daily contact with students, parents, staff, and faculty; advising them on obtaining financial aid and scholarship information and payments according to university, state and federal financial aid rules.Continue reading
Starting as a instructor in the Department of Geology in 1995, then Director of Communications for the College of Sciences in 2008, and finally Director of the CAHNRS Office of Large Grant Development since 2010, Dr. Peters has served WSU for many years. She is also known to many as The Rock Doc, whose columns featuring WSU research ran in newspapers coast-to-coast reaching millions of readers.
Please join us as we celebrate her retirement with coffee and cake!
Thursday, April 23, 4 – 5:30 p.m. in Hulbert 409
The Academic Advising and Career Center (ASCC) is hiring peer tutors for Fall 2015. There will be three informational sessions for students to attend to find out more information on what tutoring for the ASCC entails.Continue reading
This week’s WSU Technology Test Kitchen offers the chance to try out a variety of mobile devices that deliver engaging content to students, and to learn to create videos with your smartphone.Continue reading
The WSU President’s Commission on the Status of Women is now seeking applications for new members. The Commission encourages women and men who are interested in working toward creating a better working and academic environment for everyone across the WSU system to apply for membership with the Commission. We are seeking members from all employment and student classes – faculty, classified staff, and AP, and graduate and undergraduate students. We are strongly encouraging classified staff to apply for the upcoming year.Continue reading
Join the Biology Graduate Student Association for some outdoor fun! We’ll be hosting our 3rd annual outdoor science education event on Saturday, April 25, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at Virgil Phillips Farm Park, 5 miles north of Moscow on US 95. The event is free, open to the public, and appropriate for all ages.Continue reading
This training provides an overview regarding how the electronic forms system functions and specific instruction on completion of the electronic forms that participants expect to use. Current forms in the system include the Request for Shipment of Merchandise, the Sponsored Projects Activity Request (SPAR), and the Travel Expense Voucher.Continue reading
Whether you’re interested in becoming a Challenge Course Facilitator or you just want to further your facilitation skills, come to the Challenge Facilitator Training and learn everything you need to know! UREC offers training for the high and low course and the low course only.Continue reading
The Kinesiology Program Open House will be held Friday, April 24, from 1-4 p.m. in the Physical Education Building and Smith Gym. Come tour our labs spaces from 1-2 p.m. and see what the Concussion & Sports Medicine Research Lab, Exercise Physiology & Performance Lab (ELLP), Gait & Posture Biomechanics Lab and Psychology of Physical Activity Lab are all about! The Bruya Wood Undergraduate Research Conference takes place from 2-4 p.m. in PEB 144. Hope to see you there!
Please join us on Earth Day, Wednesday April 22, at 7 p.m. in the CUB Auditorium for Alex Steffen’s Keynote Speech (Admission is FREE). His keynote will revolve around sustainability and how to create a future in which is prosperous and green.Continue reading