Dr. Floyd to deliver system-wide address Friday

Incoming President Elson S. Floyd will address the University community this Friday, February 9 at 2:15 p.m. The address, to take place on the Pullman campus in the Food Science and Human Nutrition Building, Room T-101, will be broadcast to WSU campuses in Spokane, Tri-Cities, and Vancouver.

A question-and-answer period with Dr. Floyd will follow his remarks. Attendees located in T-101 and at the regional campuses will be able to ask Dr. Floyd questions directly. Those watching via videostream may phone in questions by calling 1-800-390-7551 or by e-mailing them to broadcast@wsu.edu. The videostream will be available at www.experience.wsu.edu.

The address can be viewed live by faculty, staff, and students at the following locations:

• WSU Pullman: Food Science/Human Nutrition Building, Room T-101 (doors open at 2 p.m.; seating is limited to 130).

• WSU Spokane: Spokane Academic Center, Room 20 (seating is limited to 177).

• Intercollegiate College of Nursing: Room 166 (seating is limited to 30).

• WSU Tri-Cities: 256 West (seating is limited to 40).

• WSU Vancouver: Classroom Building, CL 130 (seating is limited to 40).

A reception welcoming Dr. Floyd will be held on the Pullman campus in the Lighty Student Services Building Atrium from 3:30-5 p.m. following his address. Welcome receptions are also scheduled on the Spokane, Tri-Cities, and Vancouver campuses next week.

WSU Spokane reception:
Monday, February 12

10:30 a.m.-Noon

Academic Center First Floor Atrium

More Information: Becki Meehan
E-mail: rmeehan@wsu.edu Phone: 8-7528

WSU Tri-Cities reception:
Monday, February 12

3:30-5 p.m.

Consolidated Information Center, Room 120

More Information: Jo Kostoff
E-mail: jkostoff@tricity.wsu.edu Phone: 2-7264
 
WSU Vancouver reception:
Tuesday, February 13

10:30 a.m.-Noon

Student Services/Administration Building, Room 129

More Information: Analese Forster
E-mail: forster@vancouver.wsu.edu Phone: 6-9580.

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