Learn about the why and how of establishing and utilizing strong controls to ensure proper use of WSU resources in this instructor-led training.
This course provides an overview of WSU as a research university. It describes the role of the Office of Research as well as the relationship of WSU and the Washington State University Foundation.
Coaching the Van Driver, a required training program for those who plan to rent a full-sized van from the WSU Motor Pool, has openings available in the Dec. 7 class in Pullman.
Faculty and staff are invited to learn about makerspace tools at an upcoming Technology Test Kitchen open house set for 1 p.m., Dec. 6, at The Spark 102 (Faculty Innovation Lab) or via a webinar.
The National Science Foundation developed the I-Corps program in 2011 to help move academic research to the marketplace. In 2016, NSF provided WSU with a three-year grant that also designates WSU I-Corps as one of 51 universities that are part of the NSF National Innovation Network.
Sara Wynne, WSU Health Educator, will guide webinar participants through methods to improve their communication skills by identifying different communication styles, avoiding common errors in communication, and employing assertive communication techniques in difficult situations.
With the Thanksgiving holiday break near, Payroll Services has temporary change-of-address forms available for those who live in university housing or will be away for the Nov. 22 payday.
WSU Institutional Animal Care and Use Committee is urging all investigators to use the new online system for submitting new protocol and three-year resubmissions.
Weather spotters are the “eyes and ears” of the NWS and provide valuable weather reports, which cannot be replaced.
If the lower premium of a CDHP is attractive to you, but you are concerned about the higher deductible, attending one of the two remaining informational sessions by Human Resource Services will help you understand how a Health Savings Account, which is partially funded by WSU, may help you address that concern.
The primary goal of this program is to support junior level faculty in developing research, scholarly, or creative programs that have a strong potential to lead to sustained projects while enhancing opportunities for extramural funding for these projects.
The annual universitywide benefits open enrollment period began Nov. 1, and runs through Nov. 30 for employees enrolled on Public Employee Benefits.
As winter weather approaches, faculty and staff are encouraged to be aware of personnel processes for periods of inclement weather and for the possibility of suspended operations.
Learn safe driving practices in a Thursday, Nov. 2, training session that’s required for anyone who rents a full-sized van from the WSU Motor Pool.
Designed as a supplemental fund, the mini grant is intended to match departmental spending on training and development opportunities for Administrative Professional employees. The maximum individual grant is $250.
WSU ITS, in collaboration with Frontier Communications, is changing all (approximately 70) Pullman campus CentraNet phones to uniformly use ‘7’ for outside access for making local and long distance calls from these phones.
WSU’s quarterly magazine reaches nearly 160,000 devoted readers connected to the university. Deadline to reserve space in the February issue is Oct. 27.