The hour-long event is scheduled to begin at 11 a.m. Jan. 28 and is being broadcast on YouTube. Questions can be submitted ahead of time using an online form.
A free, online event on Tuesday, Nov. 17 aims to increase the participation and success of women in science, technology, engineering and mathematics.
The WSU community is invited to two online COVID‑19 town halls on Wednesday, Nov. 18. The events will include an update on spring semester plans and brief presentations about WSU COVID‑19 research.
The expected actions include establishing a Department of Community and Behavioral Health within the Elson S. Floyd College of Medicine, and approving revised services and activities fees for this year.
Join some of America’s top political scientists and scholars as they analyze the results of the 2020 presidential election at noon on Tuesday, Nov. 10.
The training will shed light on the world that military veterans come from and offer a meaningful discussion about how an individual or organization can create an environment in which veterans can find their “second mission.”
Finalists will present apps they created that are centered around this year’s theme of “resiliency.”
WSU faculty, staff and students will be coming together to talk about the impacts of the COVID‑19 pandemic during the Summit from 1 p.m. to 3 p.m. on Nov. 5.
WSU Everett faculty, staff and students are invited to join President Kirk Schulz, and Provost and Executive Vice President Elizabeth Chilton at noon on Nov. 3 for a virtual town hall.
Several events this week allow Washington State University to join in the national celebration of first‑generation students.
WSU faculty, staff and students from the Carson College of Business are invited to join President Kirk Schulz and Provost and Executive Vice President Elizabeth Chilton at noon on Oct. 30 for a virtual town hall.
The Honors-DAESA town hall is from noon-1 p.m. while the College of Arts and Sciences town hall takes place from 4-5 p.m.
Join veterinarian and biomedical researcher Steven Niemi at 4 p.m. Friday, Nov. 13, as he explains how to discuss some of veterinary medicine’s hot buttons with the opposition.
Tremper, a WSU alumnus and award-winning writer, director and producer, returns virtually to WSU as the guest presenter for the Common Reading Program at 5 p.m.
The purpose of this week’s events at WSU is to raise the profile of transfer students, offer them support through useful workshops and acknowledge what they bring to the university.
The Athletics town hall is from 10–11 a.m. while the College of Veterinary Medicine town hall takes place from 4–5 p.m.
Los Alamos National Laboratory scientist Luiz Bertelli will discuss how officials dealt with a radiological incident in Goiânia, Brazil that led to four deaths, as part of a Herbert M. Parker Lecture Series on Oct. 21.