Faculty, staff, and students are encouraged to register by the end of the week for the Oct. 28 system‑wide visioning conference that will focus on the direction of the university’s statewide enterprise for the next five years.
WSU is commemorating its second annual Indigenous People’s Day on Oct. 14 with cultural festivities including traditional dance and the set up of a tipi by Native American Programs on the Pullman campus.
The seminars will provide faculty with opportunities to meet with industry scientists and gain insight into current and emerging research trends.
The concert will feature the award-winning WSU Jazz Big Band, directed by Regents Professor Greg Yasinitsky, and the faculty ensemble Jazz Northwest.
WSU faculty, staff, and students from the Voiland College of Engineering and Architecture are invited to join President Kirk Schulz on Oct. 8 for a town hall in Pullman.
The students had to employ critical thinking, problem-solving, teamwork, and digital literacy skills to create an app that addresses problems or issues inherent to any type of relocation, such as leaving home for college.
Grain scientists at Washington State University will share some of the latest discoveries in wheat breeding, disease and pest management, and production innovations at the annual Wheat Academy Dec. 10 and 11 in Pullman.
Next month, the Lauren McCluskey Foundation will host its first events in Pullman, including a 5K walk/run raising money to fund research and education programs centered around making college campuses nationwide safer for students.
The WSU Eggert Family Organic Farm’s Fall Harvest Festival will include u‑pick pumpkins, a produce sale, games for the family, pumpkin pie, fresh apple cider, and face painting.
More than 50 WSU and UI faculty and administrators are expected to attend the event this Thursday and Friday where they will work together to imagine new pathways for interdisciplinary research and teaching.
The job fair introduces job and internship seekers to small and large organizations with positions to fill.
The casual meeting in September led to a $200,000 grant for two engineering faculty members studying clay surface properties.
Students from any major are invited to participate in the 24‑hour hackathon-type event, starting at 5:30 p.m. on Friday, Nov. 1 in Carpenter Hall on the Pullman campus.
WSU’s Irrigated Agriculture Research and Extension Center will celebrate its centennial at two special events: an Oct. 2 opening ceremony featuring WSU dignitaries, and a family-friendly community celebration on Oct. 5.
Puyallup mayor and Coug alum John Palmer said the city wanted to show how much it appreciates the connection between WSU and Puyallup residents during Higher Education Appreciation Week, Sept. 23-28.
The Sept. 25 address from Robert D. Bullard is part of the biennial William Julius Wilson Symposium, which enables students and the wider community to honor and engage with leading figures in the promotion of social inclusiveness and diversity in social policies.
Faculty, staff, and students from both colleges are invited to join President Kirk Schulz and new Provost and Executive Vice President Mitzi Montoya on Sept. 18 for separate town halls in Pullman.