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New locations for President’s and Provost’s Dialogues

The dates and locations have been determined for the spring semester dialogues for President V. Lane Rawlins and Provost and Executive Vice President Robert Bates. All dialogues are for WSU faculty, staff and students. The Provost’s Dialogue will be held at the Museum of Art at noon on Tuesday, February 20.

Before or after that dialogue, participants are welcome to view the 30-year retrospective show of paintings by Gaylen Hansen, an internationally known Palouse artist and WSU professor emeritus.

The President’s Dialogue will be held at Todd Hall Dining Room, Room 268, at noon on Thursday, March 22.

The calendar of dialogues and a link to the online videostreams can be found here: http://www.wsu.edu/dialogues-forums/.

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