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WSU News August 10, 2017

Faculty/Staff UREC Memberships

University Recreation is excited to announce three different faculty/staff membership options available to fit anyone’s recreation and fitness needs, the Faculty Staff Fitness Program (FSFP) membership, the Chinook Faculty/Staff membership, and the Student Recreation Center Faculty/Staff membership. » More …

Nihon University Seminar August 4th

“Mitral Valve Plasty in Dogs” presented by Dr. Nobuyuki Kanno, Assistant Professor-Cardiovascular Medicine and Surgery, Nihon University, Fujisawa, Japan hosted by Veterinary Clinical Sciences.

VTH 1408/10, August 4, 2017 from 8:10am – 8:40am

 

Fri. research symposium, 9-1 in the CUE

Posters showing the summer work of around 90 undergraduates, plus a keynote address by new VCEA Dean Mary Rezac, are open to the public this Friday in the Smith Center for Undergraduate Education.

Dr. Rezac will address the students in a presentation starting at 9 a.m. in CUE 202.

The poster presentations will run from 10 a.m.-1 p.m. in the nearby CUE Atrium, also on the second floor.

The student researchers worked for the past 10 weeks of so with top WSU faculty researchers and their teams. Projects ranged from bioscience to landscape ecology, the atmosphere to smart environments, biofuels to plant genomics, and much … » More …

Aug 4 & 5 Last Final Cherry U-Pick at Tukey Orchard

Our young cherry trees still have LOTS of good quality cherries that are easy to pick so we will have one more Friday and Saturday Cherry U-pick August 4 & 5.  There are still some pie cherries too.

Friday hours are 12:00noon to 6:00pm
Saturday hours are 10:00am to 4:00pm

Please come and join us one more time.  Bring cash or check for payment.  This will definitely be the last 2 days of cherry picking.  See our website for more information http://horticulture.wsu.edu/orchard
Thanks for your continued support!

Get everything for your next BBQ at the WSU Meats Lab

Thursday, August 3 from 2:30-5:30 p.m., Cougar Quality Meats at the WSU Meats Lab is selling:

 

Cougar Smokie Sausages: $7/package

Pork breakfast sausage: $3.50/lb

Pork Bratwursts: $4.99/lb

All beef pepperoni sticks: $12/package or 2 for $20.

WSU Premium Angus Ground Beef: $4.75/lb

WSU Premium Wagyu Ground Beef: $6/lb

Variety Meats: Liver and heart- $2/lb, Tongue- $4.50/lb

Stop by the Meats Lab any Thursday from 2:30 to 5:30pm or contact the Meats Lab at cougar.qualitymeats@wsu.edu to reserve your product ahead of time. Cash, check, and card accepted. 

Magic Tricks Coffee Hour

How much do you know about magic? For those of you who are magicians, come to Coffee Hour on Friday, August 4, to share some tricks up your sleeve. For those of you who are new to magic, come pick up a card, any card! Join us at the International Center in CUB L46 from 3 – 4 p.m.

WSU Neuropsychology Researchers Seeking Participants

The Neuropsychology, Memory & Aging lab is seeking adults 18+ to participate in a research study about personality, health, and cognition. Participants will be offered a free cognitive report OR $30 in compensation.
To be eligible, individuals must: Be willing and able to participate in a 3-hour cognitive testing session, Speak English fluently, Be screened in a phone interview to determine eligibility

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Clarkston/Lewiston Van Pool Needs Riders

Are you on WSU summer hours and needing a ride? Save MONEY and ride or drive with the Asotin County Public Transportation Benefit Area (PTBA) vanpool.  We have openings for riders.   Riders meet at the PTBA parking lot (other locations will be considered) on 15th Street in Clarkston and depart at 6:10 a.m. with the van leaving campus at 4 p.m. This works well for someone working the hours 7:30 a.m. – 4 p.m all year.  Cost is approximately $95 per month. Students are encouraged to apply.

Contact Rodger Small at rodger@wsu.edu if you’re interested.

Why join a vanpool?

No parking fees
Saves you money several times over
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Handshake Info. Sessions

The Academic Success and Career Center is conducting two information sessions for students, staff, advisors, faculty, or anyone else who would like to attend and learn about Washington State University’s new online employment resource website for students, called Handshake, which is replacing the former system, CougLink. » More …