Merrie Kay Alzola, class of 1993, senior account executive, Novo Nordisk, will be the keynote speaker at the commencement ceremony of the Washington State University College of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences on Thursday, May 2.
Otto Nicolai’s opera, “The Merry Wives of Windsor,” based on Shakespeare’s play, will appear on the Bryan Hall stage during Mom’s Weekend with comedy, romance and a little fantasy.
Participants can register individually or as a group. Entry rules are simple: Submissions must be made from edible materials and somehow relate to a book.
Gary May will focus on how embracing diversity in all of its forms provides access, opportunity, and advancement for everyone.
An associate professor of psychology at Stanford University will discuss will address enhancing student success through social belonging and motivation.
Nearly a quarter of WSU students who delivered poster presentations won monetary awards at the eighth annual Showcase for Undergraduate Research and Creative Activities on March 25 in Pullman.
The first 2019 Vice President for Research Distinguished Lecture will tackle approaches to improving health among the elderly and increasing the overall lifespan.
Educators are invited to attend a workshop on how to develop and foster positive learning environments for diverse students on April 5 at Washington State University Tri-Cities.
Ashleigh-Jane Thompson’s lecture, titled “Performing in the Spectacle: The 21st-Century Gladiator and the Modern-Day Coliseum,” will discuss the growing importance of social media as a communication tool in sports.
The Edward R. Murrow College of Communication will hold its annual Murrow Symposium April 3-4 in the Compton Union Building on the WSU Pullman campus.
Academic Showcase and the GPSA Research Exposition will offer the rare opportunity to chat firsthand with WSU scholars about their research, scholarship and creative work.
Learn new ways to address the needs of people who live in or near cities and explore the interdependent relationships between cities and rural areas at “Innovation in the City: A Land Grant University Experience.”
The 56th Frank Fraser Potter Memorial Lecture in Philosophy features talks by John Martin Fischer, world-renowned philosopher on immortality and the meaning of life, and Harry Silverstein, WSU professor emeritus in philosophy.
On Thursday, faculty, staff, and post-doctoral and graduate students from nearly all academic departments and campuses present their work at the same time under one roof.
More than 200 Washington State University students will present their work at the eighth annual Showcase for Undergraduate Research and Creative Activities (SURCA) today from 3:30 – 5:00 p.m. in the CUB M.G. Carey Senior Ballroom.
President Kirk Schulz will highlight WSU’s 2018 accomplishments and discuss the initiatives positioning WSU to become the model land‑grant university of the future during his State of the University address at 3:10 p.m. tomorrow in the Bryan Hall Theatre.
Virginia Woolf scholar and professor emerita Diane Gillespie will deliver this year’s Emeritus Society Legacy of Excellence Lecture at 4 p.m. Thursday, March 28, in Todd Hall 130.