Notices and Announcements

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‘Finding Funding as a Grad Student’

Which federal and non-federal sponsors are interested in funding your idea? Learn the ins and outs of searching the Pivot database for funding opportunities specific to your area of research. Office of Research Advancement and Partnerships Pivot expert, Emily Brashear, will help you set up notifications, track funding opportunities, find collaborators, and share opportunities with your coworkers. […]

Hillside Espresso provides a new place to eat, relax, and study

WSU Dining Services has opened Hillside Espresso, a new coffee shop on the Pullman campus where faculty, staff, and students can grab a bite to eat, get coffee, and socialize. Hillside Espresso is open 8:30 a.m. to 7:30 p.m. Monday–Friday (10 a.m. to 7:30 p.m. on weekends) and is located next to the Hillside Café and across the street […]

Foley event: ‘Faith and climate science’

Join Bob Inglis, former Republican congressman from South Carolina, who will discuss issues around evangelical Christian and conservative responses to climate change. Thursday, Sept. 28, at noon Foley Speaker’s Room, 308 Bryan Hall, WSU Pullman Pizza and soft drinks provided. This event will also be livestreamed on YouTube.

‘Innovative Research in the Arts and Humanities, Part 2’

Please join us in-person (or by Zoom) in the Bundy Reading Room, Avery Hall, on Oct. 18, 2–3 p.m. for three short talks that showcase the wide range of research underway by faculty in the Arts and Humanities. Ashley Boyd will describe her work to share young adult literature as a way to foster community engagement. Io Palmer […]

Peer Observation & Co-Mentoring Program detailed at PIT Stops Oct. 4

WSU faculty system-wide are invited to learn about an innovative opportunity — the Peer Observation and Co-Mentoring Program designed to boost teaching and learning — at a PIT Stops professional development session at 3 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 4, over Zoom. The hosts are the Transformational Change Initiative (TCI) and the Teaching Academy. Leading the information session […]

‘Introduction to Intellectual Property and Technology Transfer at WSU’

Intellectual property (IP) protection and licensing can help turn creative endeavors and discoveries into impactful products and services to benefit the public and help sustain research. In a session led by Eric Wannamaker of the Office of Commercialization, learn about IP and WSU policies and resources to promote innovation and technology based entrepreneurship. Join us at […]

Workshop: ‘Introduction to High Performance Computing on Kamiak’

Tuesday, Oct. 10 10:10 a.m. – 1 p.m. The Center for Institutional Research Computing’s (CIRC) hands-on introductory workshop introduces basic High Performance Computing (HPC) concepts including job submission and file transfer. Learn to utilize the freely available computing resources on WSU’s Kamiak HPC to power your research! This workshop will be held online; advance registration is required. More details […]

Shared leave

Lauren Jasmer, University Advancement, has been approved for shared leave. Those interested in donating may do so by following these steps: From your Workday home page: Click on Absence applet. Click Request Absence. Click on today’s date only on the calendar (even if donating for a range of dates). Click blue Request Absence button on bottom […]