APAC panel will discuss “Diversity: Do We Need It in Washington’s Higher Education Institutions?” on Feb. 14 at WSU Pullman, with streaming to other campuses.
The weeklong series of events highlighting Chicanx Latinx culture opens Monday, Feb. 4, and includes featured speakers, a talent show and food.
Vice President of Student Affairs Mary Jo Gonzales will travel to various WSU campuses to share the changes made to the university’s Standards of Conduct.
Well‑known musician and artist Paul Rucker will deliver a lecture, perform with WSU student musicians, and perform in concert on Jan. 14‑15.
New York Times best-selling author Ibram X. Kendi will deliver the keynote address at the 32nd annual Martin Luther King Celebration, with the event livestreamed to other WSU locations.
Students, faculty and staff are encouraged to provide input on proposed federal changes to Title IX rules to help shape WSU’s institutional response.
Students, faculty and staff to pursue unconventional activities to create “Bench of Belonging” on the WSU Pullman campus.
Fariba Alamdari, vice president of the Boeing Global Learning Institute, will describe her path to success by means of embracing her own diversity as part of a lecture, Thursday, Nov. 15, at WSU Tri‑Cities.
In a message to the WSU community, President Kirk Schulz focuses on the thriving culture and value indigenous peoples bring to the university system.
Beyond future employment and education, the partnership aims to increase study abroad and service learning opportunities.