Several workshops focusing on universal design for accessibility are scheduled for the week of Feb. 26 at WSUV.
Application requirements include a project overview, work plan, citation list, and the endorsement of the applicant’s chair.
This course explores people’s ability to recognize, understand and manage their emotions, and how to apply this understanding to team development, effective communication and motivation.
This course provides insight into the purpose and use of facilities and administrative costs charged to sponsored projects.
Environmental Health and Safety is asking the WSU community to pause for two important safety related tasks.
Two separate topics within the ongoing Research Administration Series will be available on Feb. 23. Both are available university-wide via AMS Videoconferencing Services
Become a more efficient researcher by investing 30 minutes at 6:30 p.m. Feb. 22.
This course focuses on WSU’s planning and budgeting process, and it includes identification of sources and types of funds that impact WSU’s budgets.
This course is designed to acquaint managers with the basics of the Public Records Law, the types of records that are public and must be produced, WSU policy relating to public records and the process for responding to requests.
The WSU Center for Environmental Research, Education and Outreach and the WSU Center for Institutional Research Computing are co-sponsoring a software carpentry workshop on Feb. 28 and March 1.
This presentation will detail how coaching integrates Emotional Intelligence into a practical model for effective communication.
The goal of this training is to assist WSU in maintaining a safe and respectful working and learning environment.
Human Resource Services will be conducting pre-retirement seminars to assist you with retirement planning.
This course is one of many WSU Fiscal Management Training Resources which provides a high level overview of the purpose and inter-relationship of WSU mainframe accounting systems.
This course provides practical advice to help instructors improve hands-on training.
This course provides information on leave accruals, accurate time reporting, how to document overtime and more.
All departments must have two people who have been trained in inputting hours for hourly staff and reviewing gross pay for departmental employees.