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State of the University taking place March 23

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Washington State University President Kirk Schulz and Provost and Executive Vice President Elizabeth Chilton will host this year’s State of the University address beginning at 3 p.m. March 23.

The WSU leaders will discuss the university’s most significant contributions to the public good as well as the path forward under the OneWSU concept.

The event is part of Showcase 2021 and will be broadcast live on Youtube.

State of the University will kick off with keynote remarks by Schulz before he and Chilton host a fireside chat. Members of the WSU community can submit questions about OneWSU ahead of the event by using an online submission form.

For more information about Showcase 2021, visit the program’s website. Events kick off March 22.

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