WSU Cougar Head Logo Washington State University
WSU Insider
News and Information for Faculty, Staff, and the WSU Community

Multicultural Student Services invites all to CONEXION

PULLMAN – The Office of Multicultural Student Services (MSS) invites all faculty, staff, and students to attend CONEXION at 3 p.m. Sunday, Aug. 23, in the CUB Grand Ballroom.

CONEXION is a reception to welcome new multicultural students to the Cougar Family. Join MSS staff in introducing new students to the University and Pullman communities. Colleges, departments, and student organizations participate by setting-up informational tables to help make students aware of services available to them.

A major highlight of CONEXION is introducing the mentees to their mentors. Theses mentors are students who will contact and guide incoming students during their first year at WSU. The program will also include welcoming messages from various WSU faculty, staff, and students.

Colleges, departments, and student organizations wishing to participate in the college fair can register at http://www.mss.wsu.edu/conexion. There is no cost to participate.

Next Story

Recent News

How does COVID‑19 affect our household pets?

As the COVID‑19 omicron variant continues to spread, some pet owners may be wondering how the virus will affect their favorite furry friend. The fictional feline Dr. Universe discusses the topic in this recent piece.

Murdock grant funds digital infrastructure

A research team has received an MJ Murdock Charitable Trust grant to develop a market-ready wireless receiver for data communications systems.

Hentges to chair WSU’s neuroscience program

Shane Hentges has been a professor for the past 14 years at Colorado State University. She takes over for Steve Simasko, who has chaired the program since 2008.

Find More News

Subscribe for more updates