Pullman Campus News & Events April 18, 2023

Bright colors, traditions, and enthusiasm of various Native American tribes were on full display in the 45th Annual Pah-Loots-Puu Powwow last Saturday.
Photo by WSU Photo Services

Around campus

WSU celebrates Asian American & Pacific Islander Heritage Month

Events are being held throughout April to celebrate and share the rich cultural traditions of Asian American & Pacific Islanders.

ASWSU celebrates Earth Week

ASWSU Environmental Sustainability Alliance will be hosting various Earth Week events, including a community cleanup event and a speaker.

A Celebration of Grains in honor of Earth Day

Come celebrate Earth Day at Hillside Café this Friday by learning about and enjoying grain-focused meals.

New Okta login experience to arrive April 26

The move to Okta Identity Engine later this month will provide increased security as well as enhanced password reset and account activation options.

In case you missed it

#CougsGive sees record participation on April 12

Donors made more than 1,400 gifts totally nearly $470,000 during Wednesday’s 24‑hour event. Donations spanned 97 unique funding areas of the WSU system with every campus and college receiving support on the day.

WSU receives funding to upgrade infectious disease lab

The university is in the early stages of a $1.36 million project to upgrade its biosafety level 3 laboratory and enhance its infectious disease research and pandemic response capacity.

Mary Rezac receives 5-year extension as Voiland dean

Under Rezac’s tenure, the Voiland College of Engineering and Architecture has seen improvements to its student recruitment and retention efforts as well as the expansion of its research and fundraising.

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