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  • WSU Board of Regents meeting on Tri‑Cities campus March 7–8

    All of the committee meetings, as well as Friday’s 9 a.m. Board of Regents meeting, will take place inside Collaboration Hall on the WSU Tri-Cities campus.

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  • UCORE Lunch & Learn for CAPS: March 20

    The University Common Requirements (UCORE) Committee will conclude its Spring 2024 Lunch & Learn series with a focus on information literacy in courses with the Integrative Capstone(CAPS) designation. This final workshop will be held on March 20 in CUE 518 from 12:10–1:30 p.m. on the Pullman campus and via Zoom. We will begin this session with […]

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  • ‘Grant Proposals: Nuts & Bolts for Social Sciences Faculty’

    The Office of Research Advancement and Partnerships invites you to join research development specialist, Cheryl Dykstra-Aiello, for “Grant Proposals: Nuts & Bolts for Social Sciences Faculty,” a grant-writing workshop series designed to prepare faculty in the social sciences across all WSU campuses to advance their careers and research at WSU by providing understanding of each step of […]

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  • INSPIRE! Community Engaged Research Seed Grant Program

    INSPIRE! Community Engaged Research Seed Grants are offered as part of the INSPIRE! Community Engaged Research Program administered by the Office of Research with support from the WSU Pullman Chancellor’s Office. The 12-month Community Engaged Research Tier Three Seed Grants of up to $20,000 are intended to support WSU Pullman faculty who are currently established in community engaged research and/or creative activity. A Notice of Intent is required to […]

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  • Ukrainian documentarian Volodymyr Sydko with machine gunner Oksana Rubaniak. Screening of ‘Women Guardians at War’ by Ukrainian filmmaker set for March 2

    WSU helped organized and is sponsoring the screening of a documentary film series this Saturday about the perseverance of Ukrainian women since the 2022 Russian invasion.

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  • AFW to host presentation by Rebecca Craft on professional goal setting

    Join the Association for Faculty Women on Monday, March 4, at 12:10 p.m. as they host a workshop on professional goal setting by faculty emerita Rebecca Craft. Craft’s presentation, available via Zoom, is titled “Career Success for Women: Setting Goals and Achieving Them, i.e., ‘Why Am I Working So Hard but Not Succeeding?’” Drawing from her own […]

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  • March 1: Schweitzer Engineering Hall design update

    Please stop by Sloan 241 on the Pullman campus Friday, March 1, from noon–2 p.m. for a presentation by the design build team for the new Schweitzer Engineering Hall project. Refreshments will be available.

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  • Faculty survey on using WSU’s High Performance Computing resources for research

    The Center for Institutional Research Computing (CIRC) is assessing Faculty High Performance Computing (HPC) needs across the WSU system to help guide system wide improvements. If you use computing in your research, please take a moment and go through our survey to let us know how CIRC is currently addressing those needs as well as where […]

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  • Closeup of Tobin Northfield New entomology endowed chair excited about opportunity to help tree fruit industry

    An endowment funded by Washington tree fruit growers will enable WSU entomologist Tobin Northfield to better address research questions related to pests and tree fruit.

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  • WSU students born on Feb. 29 gather around a birthday cake to celebrate turning 5 years old. Leap year helps keep time accurate

    WSU astronomer Guy Worthey discusses the leap year and several current Cougs talk about what it is like to be born on Feb. 29.

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