Recipients of the Richard G. Law Excellence Award for Undergraduate Teaching are described as educators who inspire curiosity into, and understanding of, an area of study.
The American Youth Horse Council Symposium will come to the Palouse, co‑hosted by WSU’s Whitman County Extension.
Gaffigan is a three‑time Grammy nominated comedian, actor, writer, producer, two‑time New York Times best‑selling author, Emmy winning top touring performer.
Dr. Paul Auerbach, a physician, author, and professor of medicine at Stanford, will present “Climate Change and Human Health — There Are No Boundaries.”
The School of Languages, Cultures and Race will host the 4th annual Art for Social Change Competition and Showcase, Feb. 17–March 1, in Gallery 3 of the Fine Arts Building.
APAC panel will discuss “Diversity: Do We Need It in Washington’s Higher Education Institutions?” on Feb. 14 at WSU Pullman, with streaming to other campuses.
Bob Donegan, president of Ivar’s seafood restaurants, will visit WSU to share his experience and expertise in leading the restaurant for two decades.
WSU’s Horticulture Club will host Valentine’s plant sales Feb. 13 and 14 at the greenhouses by Ferdinand’s Ice Cream Shoppe.
Second annual event will focus on solutions for behavioral health challenges.
Stephanie Kerschbaum, acclaimed author and associate professor of English at the University of Delaware, presents “Signs of Disability: Perception, Materiality, Narrative,”
Mark O’English, researcher and writer for Marvel Entertainment and WSU Libraries’ Manuscripts, Archives and Special Collections archivist, is the featured speaker on Feb. 5.
The weeklong series of events highlighting Chicanx Latinx culture opens Monday, Feb. 4, and includes featured speakers, a talent show and food.
The reception will recognize about 850 staff and faculty members who have achieved length‑of‑service milestones or received Crimson Spirit Awards during 2018.
Charles Bangley, a postdoctoral fellow at the Smithsonian Environmental Research Center, researches the movement ecology of coastal sharks and rays.
The New York Times bestselling author Michael Gurian will discuss how current policies might be influencing boys having higher rates of suicide, dropouts, and drug use.
Interested students must RSVP online by Wednesday, Jan. 30.
The special correspondent and former All Things Considered co‑host will deliver the April 3 keynote address and receive the 2019 Murrow Lifetime Achievement Award in Journalism.