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Final 2017 fruit sale Dec. 15
December 14, 2017

The sale features already-picked fruit at the R. B. Tukey Horticulture Orchard, 3334 Terre View Drive, Pullman

Celebratory reception set for Daryll DeWald
December 14, 2017

A celebratory reception for College of Arts & Sciences Dean Daryll DeWald, who is leaving to become chancellor of the WSU Spokane campus, is scheduled for 3:30-5 p.m. Monday, Dec. 18, at the Center for Undergraduate Education (CUE), room 518, in Pullman.

Writing poems with state’s Poet Laureate Tod Marshall
December 5, 2017

The free event, called Ask a Poet / Write a Poem, will be at the Bundy Reading Room in Avery Hall and provides participants with an opportunity to learn about poetry and about Marshall’s experience as the state’s official Poet Laureate.

WSU Press Holiday Book Fair set for Dec. 7
December 5, 2017

The fair highlights books published throughout the year and is open to everyone. Festivities include steep discounts of 20-50% on all titles, drawings for free books, and complimentary refreshments.

Sonos Handbell Ensemble holiday concert Dec. 7 at WSU Pullman
December 4, 2017

Sonos wows audiences around the world with their breathtaking musical performances using 68 chromatically tuned bells. Each bell plays a single note, allowing the ensemble to cover more than five octaves by ringing, slamming, plucking, malleting, shaking, damping, and bouncing bells individually.

Employee Recognition Reception on Dec. 5
December 1, 2017

The reception recognizes the contributions of more than 600 staff and faculty members who achieved length-of-service milestones or received Crimson Spirit awards during 2017.

Holiday poinsettia sale coming
November 29, 2017

All varieties are $11 for 6.5-inch pots. Choose from Premium Red, Prestige Red, Prestige Maroon, Snowcap, Freedom Pink, and Red Glitter.

Science Writing Workshop Dec. 4 is Free
November 29, 2017

In this free workshop, participants will learn about the publication process, the foundations of good scientific writing, constructing a manuscript, and the scientific review process.

DOE Hanford’s efforts to immobilize radioactive waste into glass will be discussed Nov. 30
November 28, 2017

Jason Young, federal project director at DOE Hanford Office of River Protection, will focus on the direct feed of the waste to the low activity waste facility. He will also describe how the direct-feed-low-activity-waste approach at the Hanford Site will enable treatment as soon as 2022, as well as outline the cooperative efforts needed to support the operations.