The ceremony—expected to take two hours—is free and open to the public. A shuttle will transport visitors from the Alumni Centre parking lot to and from Beasley Coliseum.
Apply online by Jan. 15 to present your work in the 2020 poster session.
There’s more than pumpkin drops and football. Get the complete list of events, including athletics, talent shows, planetarium shows and more by visiting the Dad’s Weekend website.
A First Amendment forum, inclusive exercise, ally training, and a fashion and drag show are among the activities planned for Washington State University’s Unity Week, Nov. 12-16.
Family forest and farm owners in southeastern Washington can learn how to steward and pass their lands to the next generation, at the “Ties to the Land” workshop, Tuesday, Nov. 12 in Asotin, Wash.
Events honoring the sacrifices of U.S. service members are taking place across the WSU system in advance of Veterans Day.
Faculty, staff and students throughout the WSU system are invited to participate in a series of events this week in celebration of National First-Generation Day on Nov. 8.
President Kirk Schulz and First Lady Noel Schulz welcome the WSU community to visit their home for some holiday cheer.
Guest artists for the Gala Concert are WSU’s newest jazz studies faculty members, pianist Jake Svendsen and guitarist Gabe Condon. Also featured will be the award-winning WSU Jazz Big Band.
The new Three Rivers Writers’ Festival on Saturday, Nov. 2 will feature seminars and workshops by established local and regional authors, publishers and editors and WSU English and history faculty members.
Conference participants across the WSU system will discuss the direction of the university’s statewide enterprise for the next five years.
The effects of Indian boarding schools on one family’s history is the subject of a new exhibit in WSU’s Manuscripts, Archives and Special Collections that opens Friday, Oct. 25.
WSU faculty, staff, and students not affiliated with an academic college are invited to join President Kirk Schulz for a town hall on Oct. 23 in Pullman.
Bruce Napier will discuss his work regarding the Mayak plutonium production site in Russia, which has many similarities to the Hanford Site in Richland, as part of a lecture at 5 p.m. on Oct. 30 in the WSU Tri-Cities East Auditorium.
An architecture class at WSU will present their ideas for a small luxury hotel to upgrade Pullman’s downtown during an upcoming Town and Gown Collaborative meeting.
Stanford University Professor Dmitri Petrov’s talk, Barcoding Evolution, will take place on Monday, Oct. 21 at 3 p.m. in the Veterinary and Biomedical Research Building, room 305.
The summit provides IT professionals across the WSU system an opportunity to come together to discuss information security trends and topics important to continued security efforts.