The public is invited to a Community Open House to learn about and give input on planned updates to WSU Vancouver’s Master Plan.
A candlelight vigil is set for 7 p.m. Friday at the Cougar Pride statue in front of Martin Stadium on the WSU Pullman campus.
High school and college students, and faculty are invited to participate in the “Revitalizing dialogue: Strategies for engaging in a polarized society” conference at WSU Vancouver.
The public is invited to Washington State University Vancouver on Martin Luther King Jr. Day to participate in “Reclaiming Our King: The Radical Legacy of Martin Luther King Jr.”
Collection bins will be out Jan. 16 – 26 for lightly used or new professional attire.
Activist Shaun King’s keynote address on Jan. 18 headlines a packed schedule of WSU community events.
Nobel Prize-winning physicist William D. Phillips explores emerging scientific frontiers in a Jan. 16 visit to the Pullman campus.
The exhibit tells the story of 25 parents who have lost a child, and the physical and emotional impact it has had on their lives.
Led by Pullman faith leaders, the event is hosted under the theme “Our Human Unity.”
Young Men in Song and Christopher Sierra on tenor will perform this week with the WSU School of Music.
The Association for Faculty Women will host three upcoming events.
Featured speaker is Elliot Mainzer of Bonneville Power Administration, who will discuss upcoming challenges and opportunities of the Pacific Northwest electrical grid.
Dr. Ryan Jackson, Assistant Professor at Utah State University, will present “CRISPR RNA – guided adaptive immunity in bacteriain.”
Abstract submissions are being accepted for the Academic Showcase and the GPSA Research Exposition through Jan. 22.
Philip Bates will present a seminar on “Defining the Plant Lipid Metabolic Network and Identifying bottlenecks in Plant oil Engineering.”
WSU Vancouver has two new exhibits on display through April 13.
WSU Vancouver faculty member John Barber produces this year’s performance as part of his Re-Imagined Radio project.