Preparations madefor daylong celebration


Photo: Presenters and visitors fill Bohler gym at last year’s Academic Showcase. (Photos by WSU Photo Services).
 
Join friends and colleagues Friday, March 28, for Showcase 2008, Washington State University’s daylong celebration of faculty
and staff achievement.
 
WSU has approved the use of two hours of work time for all university employees to attend the Academic Showcase 9 a.m.- noon Friday, March 28, in Bohler gym. Employees are asked to schedule attendance with their supervisors so everyone may attend without disrupting university operations.

If faculty members teach during that time, they are welcome to encourage their students to attend the event in lieu of class. Professors can make arrangements to have students sign in at the registration desk by contacting Tena Old at skeen@wsu.edu by March 21.

Showcase reservations are being accepted ONLINE @ www.showcase.wsu.edu until capacity is reached or until March 19.

Showcase events
• Academic showcase poster presentations, 9 a.m.-noon, Bohler gym.
• Distinguished faculty address luncheon, 12:15-1:45 p.m., Kimbrough concert hall.
• Retirees reception, 3:30-5 p.m., Lewis Alumni Centre.
• Celebrating Excellence recognition banquet, 5:30 p.m., Beasley
coliseum.
 
(Set-up will soon be finished for the Academic showcase poster presentation at Bohler Gym.)
 
(People were testing the music volume at Beasley Coliseum for the Celebrating Excellence recognition banquet.)
 

Next Story

Water Research Center spring seminar series

The center is hosting a virtual lunchtime seminar series this spring to enable its seed grant recipients to share how they are addressing some of the state’s water-related challenges.

Recent News

WSU veterinary chaplain one of a few in the nation

Scott Campbell’s role at WSU reflects a growing recognition of the grief associated with a pet’s death and the toll veterinary care can take on people in the profession.

AI in the classroom

Learn how WSU faculty members are preparing students to use AI ethically and responsibly in the future workplace in this article from Washington State Magazine’s spring 2024 edition.

Museum hosts Indigenous arts events

Learn about the importance of intergenerational knowledge in Indigenous artwork during a series of events at the Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art and online Feb. 22–24.