Please join the Administrative Professional Advisory Council at our November 14 meeting, 9-10:30 a.m.
Seanna Hewitt, MPS PhD Candidate, Department of Horticulture, presents “Transcriptomic Characterization of Novel Fruit Ripening Pathways”.
Koper Kaan, MPS PhD Candidate, Institute of Biological Chemistry, presents “The Plastidial alpha-glucan Phosphorylase has an Unexpected Role in Photosynthesis”.
A WSU Ready Q&A session will be held November 14 from 9-10 a.m. in the Public Safety Building Conference room on the Pullman campus.
Nominations are now being accepted for the 2019-2020 President’s Employee Excellence Awards.
History professor Jesse Spohnholz will discuss refugee crises associated with Europeans’ discovery of the Americas at a talk today at 5 p.m. in CUE 203.
Consider donating non-perishable foods this weekend during our Dad’s Weekend Food Drive for the Access & Opportunity Food Pantry located in Lighty 260.
Author, poet, and Pulitzer Prize finalist Luis Alberto Urrea will be on the WSU Pullman campus at noon on Friday, November 15, in the Quiet Study Room at Terrell Library as part of the Palouse-area Everybody Reads program (everybody-reads.org) which this year is reading The House of Broken Angels.
Nominations close Friday, Nov. 15, for the next common reading book to be used by first-year and other students at Washington State University, said Karen Weathermon, director of the Common Reading Program.
Do you think you might need or want to reduce your taxable income for 2019?
If so, time is running down before the end of the year! You can begin or change pre-tax contributions to one or both of the voluntary retirement savings plans WSU offers, allowing you to lower your taxable earnings for the year, as well as save more towards retirement.
Join us for an overview of plan changes occurring during Open Enrollment for 2020, as well as a general benefits review and an in-depth look at the HSA paired with CDHP plans.
Joni Ford, WSU Online Admin, has been approved for shared leave.
Those interested in donating leave can contact Human Resource Services, 509-335-4521, or send in a shared-leave donation form to zip 1014, French 139.
Dad’s weekend is just around the corner, UREC is offering a variety of events throughout the weekend! Students can bring their father figures to the SRC or Chinook for free throughout the weekend, as long as they are accompanied. Dad’s can join fitness classes for free if their child is registered for the class.
Facilities Services asks that all students, faculty and staff be properly prepared for winter driving and walking.
Don’t miss your chance to speak with representatives from various benefit providers and ask questions at the annual Open Enrollment Benefits Fair.
The majority of eligible employees pay for their medical premiums with pre-tax dollars from their salary, as allowed by Internal Revenue Service Code Section 125 (also known as the state’s Premium Payment Plan).
Spend quality time with dad while sampling the first-ever WSU Blended Learning Sparkling Dry Hard Cider along with a series of hard ciders from industry partner and WSU alumni-owned Tieton Cider Works.