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Register for Aug. 16 ELEVATE ‘inclusive teaching’ conference for faculty, graduate students

Registration is open for the Tuesday, Aug. 16, inaugural ELEVATE conference to support faculty and graduate students to “engage learners, enhance voices, and advance teaching excellence.”

The theme of the conference is “Inclusive Teaching.” Through brief presentations, dialogue, and engaged participation, participants will learn how structured, active learning can create more equitable classrooms and improve learning for all WSU students.

The all‑day, system‑wide event — intended to take place annually — is co‑sponsored by the Office of the Provost and Executive Vice President, the Transformational Change Initiative, and Academic Outreach and Innovation.

The conference will be concurrent on all campuses, with participants encouraged to attend in person at their own campus to view presentations and meet with colleagues during interactive sessions.

View the most current schedule, session topics, and presenters on the event web page, where the registration form is available.

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