Work is underway to make WSU’s policy pertaining to discrimination and harassment easier to read, understand, and more accessible to faculty, staff and students.
Stephen Gavazzi, co‑author of “Land‑Grant Universities for the Future,” challenged WSU to embrace its land‑grant roots and focus on engaging the communities it serves, teaching those who need it most, and researching important and relevant issues.
A proven innovator and skilled collaborator, she brings years of experience in senior leadership roles with Oregon State, Arizona State and North Carolina State universities.
Other items approved included the refinancing of 2009 Trust and Building Fee Revenue Bonds and the creation of a new Center for Arts and Humanities.
Information Technology Services continues to encourage the WSU community to activate their Okta accounts before the final shift to the new cloud authentication solution on May 13.
‘Refuge: Rethinking Refugee Policy in a Changing World’ will be the Common Reading book for first-year and other students in 2019-20 at the Pullman, Tri-Cities, Spokane, and Global campuses.
WSU is making single-user, gender-inclusive restrooms more accessible and easier to locate for anyone who finds traditional multi-stalled single-gender restrooms inconvenient.
WSU Regents set to meet May 2–3 in Spokane.
The university community is invited two events on Tuesday, April 30 to honor outgoing provost Dan Bernardo and his contributions to the University during the 14 years he served in a variety of leadership positions.
Faculty, staff, and students are encouraged to register by Tuesday, April 30 for the May 7 system‑wide symposium focused on the future of WSU and the nation’s land‑grant institutions.
More than 5,500 students are expected to graduate from WSU campuses statewide this spring, with a record number planning to participate in commencement exercises.
Montoya will give a presentation and answer questions during a session open to the community from 9–10 a.m. on Monday, April 29 in PACCAR 202 on the Pullman campus.
Faculty and staff throughout the WSU system have a welcoming office hub available when work takes them to the Pacific Northwest’s largest city.
Marcus will give a presentation and answer questions during a session open to the community from 9-10 a.m. on Thursday, April 25 in PACCAR 202 on the Pullman campus.
Stephen Gavazzi, coauthor of “Land‑Grant Universities for the Future,” will deliver the keynote address and lead a series of dialogues focused on the need for land‑grants to evolve to maintain their relevancy and value to the public.
Serving for the past year as acting head of research for CAHNRS, Hulbert was selected as full associate dean following a search for candidates.
Melanie‑Angela Neuilly is an associate professor in the Department of Criminal Justice and Criminology.