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Johnson, Sisouvanh win WSU ACADA advising awards
October 13, 2017

Morann Johnson and Sisouvanh “Sis” Keopanapay advise hundreds of undergraduates annually. They are credited with showing valuable investment in their students, working well with faculty and staff to ensure that students achieve their full potential, and exceeding expectations.

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Flu shot Fridays are back
October 12, 2017

Flu Shot Fridays began Sept. 29 in Pullman and enable students, faculty, staff and community members to get vaccinated at the Washington Building. It takes about two weeks for your body to develop the antibodies that will protect against the flu virus, so health experts advise getting vaccinated as early as possible.

Getting your first grant
October 12, 2017

Hear from successful faculty members about receiving grants, Oct. 13, 10:30 a.m.

APAC meeting on Oct. 12
October 11, 2017

Presentations on transportation/parking, accreditation process, and updates from all campuses, Oct. 12, 9–10:30 a.m. in Lighty 405

The ultimate DIY source
October 11, 2017

Since 1892, our land-grant school has been advising Washingtonians on topics ranging from canning jams to breeding cattle. Thousands of paper bulletins have carried the expertise of faculty and extension agents tackling everything imaginable. The project of digitizing these treasures fell to Mark O’English, the WSU archivist in charge of University history, and a team of students.

WSU Vancouver historian traces Indian Ocean slave saga
October 10, 2017

A detailed family saga set against the broader context of South Asian slavery, plantation life, Parisian society and French colonization, “Madeleine’s Children” traces the multigenerational biography of a slave family and the legal battles pursued by Madeleine’s son Furcy—a slave who fought for his freedom in court for 25 years and finally won.

How adverse childhood experiences affect students
October 9, 2017

Oct. 10 presentation on how faculty and staff can be better prepared for how adverse childhood experiences potentially impact students (particularly first-generation college students).