Pullman Campus News & Events April 11, 2023

Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist and former New York Times executive editor Dean Baquet was honored with WSU’s Murrow Lifetime Achievement Award last week.
Photo by WSU Photo Services

Around campus

AP Appreciation Week: April 10–15

Join the university community in celebrating the contributions of WSU administrative professionals all week long through a variety of system-wide virtual engagement opportunities.

Annual #CougsGive Day of Giving set for April 12

#CougsGive, a 24-hour online event celebrating the impact of philanthropy, recognizing Washington State University’s achievements, and allowing donors to make and inspire gifts, launches on Wednesday, April 12.

Wednesday: Disability Awareness Symposium to explore neurodiversity

The WSU community can learn about neurodiversity during the Disability Awareness Symposium from 12–3 p.m. on Wednesday, April 12, in the CUB. The symposium’s first workshop will also be livestreamed.

CORETECH Semi-Annual Sale

Want a new device? CORETECH is holding its semi-annual sale for WSU students, staff, and faculty from 10 a.m.–4 p.m. Monday–Friday, April 10–14 on the ground floor of the CUB.

WSU meat sales, extended hours through May 5

The WSU Meat Lab is operating its newly developed storefront at 2155 Wilson Rd. under extended hours on Thursdays, 3–5:30 p.m., and Fridays, 3–6 p.m. through May 5.

In case you missed it

WSU Faculty and Staff Employee Engagement Survey

WSU employees can weigh in anonymously on their workplace experiences by completing the survey before midnight tomorrow, April 12.

Three Minute Thesis has its 2023 winner

Benjamin Stuart Morledge-Hampton from the College of Veterinary Medicine has won Washington State University’s 2023 Three Minute Thesis (3MT).

Dean Mike Trevisan announces his return to the College of Education faculty

Trevisan will continue in his current role through the end of the 2023–24 academic year while a national search is conducted for his replacement.

WSU seeks volunteers to fill wildlife rehabilitator void

Orphaned or abandoned baby squirrels, raccoons, and rabbits are just a few of the animals WSU veterinarians are training members of the public to help rehabilitate in Eastern Washington.

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