The FIT Lab offers faculty and instructors a designated work space with access to computers and support from academic technology specialists.
The online course, which provides an introduction to the LGBTQ+ community, will last 45 minutes and requires no registration.
Thirty-six new iMacs with 4K screens were recently installed in the WSU Vancouver Classroom Building, Room 224.
A pre-retirement seminar will be offered from 10:30 to noon Jan. 22 in the French Administration Building, Room 139.
Knowing your audience is the key to successful communication.
The Guide mobile app allows students to keep track of everything WSU, all in one place.
The previous system, WebViewer, will not be available after Jan. 15.
This workshop explore tools and resources for finding how your scholarly work has been cited.
Science Talk includes panel discussions on hot topics in science communications, workshops and a poster session.
The Office of the Provost invites faculty and staff to attend a keynote discussion from 8 – 9:30 a.m. on Jan. 18.
This class will provide an update into new and emerging issues related to award processing and management at WSU.
This course reviews the development stages of teams and emphasizes the importance of clear communication in the workplace.
The WSU Administrative Professional Advisory Council is offering professional development seminars on a wide range of topics for WSU staff and faculty.
Multicultural Student Services is hosting a series of DACA/Undocumented myth-busting workshops this January and February.
Faculty and instructors are invited to attend these upcoming Blackboard training opportunities.
Learn how to use EndNote Basic, a free web-based reference management software.
WSU faculty and students interested in international projects are now welcome to register for the next offerings of “Monitoring and Evaluation Leadership in Learning.”