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Jan. 24: Keeping up with (fake) news

PULLMAN, Wash. – How and why people get news, how to keep up with current events and how to think critically about news will be discussed by WSU librarian Lorena O’English at 4:30 p.m. Tuesday, Jan. 24, in CUE 203 – a free, public presentation of the Washington State University common reading program. » More …

Five faculty earn awards for global research travel

By Craig Lawson, International Programs

PULLMAN, Wash. – Five faculty members are recipients of the fifth annual International Research Travel Awards at Washington State University. » More …

Through May: Native American Rick Bartow art retrospective

By Debby Stinson, Museum of Art

PULLMAN, Wash. – More than 120 paintings, drawings, sculptures and prints will be displayed in “Rick Bartow: Things You Know But Cannot Explain,” a retrospective representing 40 years of work by the prominent, contemporary Native American artist at the Washington State University Museum of Art Jan. 24-March 11. » More …

March 17: Effects of extreme climate on grapes, wine

By Kaury Balcom, Viticulture & Enology

RICHLAND, Wash. – Wine and grape industry members and students are invited to a research symposium, “Climate Extremes: Is the Pacific Northwest Wine Industry Ready?” 8 a.m.-4:30 p.m. Friday, March 17, in the East Auditorium at Washington State University Tri-Cities. » More …

March 1 deadline for volunteer judges for SURCA

PULLMAN, Wash. – Faculty, staff and post-doctorates are sought to volunteer by the March 1 deadline to help judge the sixth annual Showcase for Undergraduate Research and Creative Activity (SURCA) at Washington State University. » More …

Feb. 11, 25: Workshop teaches farm recordkeeping

By Kate Ryan, WSU Extension

EVERETT, Wash. – Accurate financial records are essential to a farm business. A two-Saturdays workshop Feb. 11 and 25 will include information from experts about how to set up and maintain a farm money system. » More …

Trump presidency focus of WSU politics series Feb. 1, 6

By Adriana Aumen, College of Arts & Sciences

PULLMAN, Wash. – Donald Trump’s presidency will be discussed by experts in U.S. politics during a series of free, public events at Washington State University Wednesday, Feb. 1, and Monday, Feb. 6. Topics will include America’s changing electoral landscape, conspiracy theories, the media and race politics. » More …