Pullman Campus News & Events April 25, 2023

Butch T. Cougar welcomed admitted Cougs and their families participating in Experience WSU campus tours and events last Saturday.
Photo by WSU Photo Services

Around campus

EFA Science Pub Talk tonight

The Pub Talk, “Inside the Vault: Two Case Studies of WSU’s Native Collaborations” with Kristin Becker, Trevor Bond and Michael Holloman, takes place April 25, 6–7 p.m.

Rugged Coug 5K obstacle race returns

The race takes place this Saturday and is open to WSU students, faculty, staff, and community members. All experience and skill levels are welcome.

Traffic revision on Stadium Way this summer

Road construction for repaving is expected to occur along Stadium Way from the Nevada Street intersection to the Wilson Road intersection sometime between May 15 to July 31.

Faculty Workshop: ‘You Aren’t Alone: Burnout Resilience in Challenging Times’

WSU faculty are invited to attend the virtual workshop, “You Aren’t Alone: Burnout Resilience in Challenging Times,” on May 3.

In case you missed it

Center for Arts and Humanities named for David G. Pollart

WSU announced a generous philanthropic investment in the Center for Arts and Humanities at WSU’s College of Arts and Sciences from alumnus David Pollart to support new educational programs, research, and creative activity that cross traditional academic boundaries.

MLK Spirit Awards honor those making WSU a welcoming place

Twenty-two members of the Washington State University community systemwide are being honored this month with MLK Spirit Awards.

Landscape architecture students present restoration ideas for communities destroyed by 2020 fire

Landscape architecture students are reimagining the future of the small towns of Malden and Pine City, Washington, where a devastating fire on Labor Day in 2020 destroyed much of the towns’ home and building infrastructure.

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