Notices and Announcements

Today: Arts & Humanities Showcase

Today, April 10, the Office of Research is hosting a showcase of arts and humanities research, scholarship, and creative production. The evening will begin with flash talks from process grant award winners and will be followed by the debut of short videos featuring eight faculty from across units, including art, music, and digital technology and culture. […]

WSU Pullman: Construction work near Olympia Ave

Avista’s contractors will be onsite near Olympia Avenue and the grass area to the east of the Columbia Village apartments, Wednesday April 10. They are intending to start mobilizing first thing in the morning. Actual construction work for the underground cabling should start after 9 a.m. Student parking, access, or power will not be impacted during this project. […]

Land grant history panel with President Schulz, Tribal Liaison Zoe Higheagle Strong, and Tribal leaders

The Office of the President and the Office of Tribal Relations cordially invite you to a livestream panel discussion on April 11 at 4 p.m., focusing on Washington State University’s land grant history and its relationship with regional Tribes. Panelists will include President Kirk Schulz, Vice Provost for Native American Relations and Programs/Tribal Liaison to the President Zoe […]

Carson College of Business hosts annual marketing symposium

The Carson College of Business will host its annual Marketing Symposium 10:30 a.m.–2 p.m. Wednesday, April 17, in the CUB Senior Ballroom on the Pullman campus. “Next-Gen Solutions: Harnessing ChatGPT for Classroom Innovation and Business Success,” sponsored by the Department of Marketing and International Business (MIB), is free and open to the public and available on Zoom. Zoom […]

Issues in Architecture — Student project presentations open to community feedback

On April 12 from 10:30 a.m.–noon, 24 students from Arch 542: Issues in Architecture will unveil and present the progress of their class projects, which center around meeting needs for the community of east Pasco. The presentations are open to the public and can be viewed over Zoom. The class, led by professors Phil Gruen of WSU Pullman and Robert […]

Spring Preview open house

Welcome future Cougs! Learn more about WSU Pullman and our local community during an open house 1:30–5 p.m. Saturday, April 13, at the Brelsford WSU Visitor Center featuring a variety of campus and Pullman resources and amenities, one-on-one conversations with current Cougs, light refreshments and a complimentary keepsake photo commemorating your visit to WSU Pullman. The visitor center is […]

Carla Peperzak to be honored with a reception at Brelsford Visitor Center, April 15 at 3:30 p.m.

Carla Olman Peperzak has lived a life of heroism, bravery, and, above all else, compassion and respect for the good of others. Her remarkable story of survival and resistance during the Holocaust, highlighted in the WSU Insider as part of the Women‘s History Month series, serves as a vital lesson for all. Please join President Schulz and […]

National Student Employment Week is this week

April 8–12 is National Student Employment Week! Join us for events happening in Pullman each day and follow @wsu_ascc on Instagram for additional updates throughout the week. Monday: Student Job Applications 101 Tuesday: Transferrable Skills: Rock Your Cover Letters and Interviews Wednesday: Student Employee of the Year Awards Soiree (RSVP online) Thursday: Thank a Student Employee! […]

Panel on making strategic decisions for your academic career, April 9

Join the Association for Faculty Women and the Graduate School’s Professional Development Initiative for a virtual panel event on making strategic decisions for an academic career, Tuesday, April 9, from 1–2 p.m. The panel will address ways to advocate for yourself in academics, set healthy boundaries, and make strategic decisions to help you reach your goals and […]

‘Targeting the circadian clock against disease and aging’ — TMP Seminar Series, April 9

The Department of Translational Medicine and Physiology welcomes Dr. Zheng ‘Jake’ Chen, University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston to WSU Spokane on Tuesday, April 9. He will be providing his seminar at noon, “Targeting the circadian clock against disease and aging,” in SCCRS 250 and via Zoom. Biological timing in cells is crucial for physiological health and […]