President’s town hall series begins Sept. 22

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This fall, President Kirk Schulz will join Washington State University chancellors for a series of campus-based town halls that will center on questions submitted by faculty, staff, and students across the system. 

Beginning with WSU Pullman on Sept. 22, each town hall will feature a brief update from President Schulz followed by a Q&A session guided by questions from community members. The town halls are open to inquiries on a broad range of subjects, which include but are not limited to:

  • Academic programs and curriculum
  • Diversity, equity, and inclusion efforts
  • University finances
  • Strategic planning and future initiatives
  • Cougar Athletics

Faculty and staff not affiliated with a campus are encouraged to attend the WSU Pullman or WSU Global virtual town halls. Recordings will be posted online after the fact for those unable to participate in their designated town hall.

The full schedule and form to submit questions ahead of time can be found on the Office of the President website. Specific details such as location and links to join will be shared in the days leading up to each town hall.

2023 Town Hall Schedule

  • WSU Pullman Town Hall 
    Featuring President Schulz and Chancellor Elizabeth Chilton
    9–10 a.m., Friday, Sept. 22 (virtual)
    Attend Pullman event via Zoom
  • WSU Everett Town Hall 
    Featuring President Schulz and Chancellor Paul Pitre
    Noon–1 p.m., Wednesday, Sept. 27
  • WSU Spokane Town Hall 
    Featuring President Schulz and Chancellor Daryll DeWald
    12:10–1:10 p.m., Tuesday, Oct. 3
  • WSU Vancouver Town Hall 
    Featuring President Schulz and Chancellor Mel Netzhammer
    2–3 p.m., Tuesday, Oct. 24
  • WSU Global Town Hall 
    Featuring President Schulz and Chancellor Dave Cillay
    5:15–6:15 p.m., Thursday, Oct. 26 (virtual)
    Attend Global event via Zoom
  • WSU Tri-Cities Town Hall 
    Featuring President Schulz and Chancellor Sandra Haynes
    2–3 p.m., Tuesday, Oct. 31

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