Pullman Campus News & Events April 3, 2023

Family Weekend visitors received extra love and affection at a fundraiser for service dogs last Friday.
Photo by WSU Photo Services

Around campus

Keynote by New York Times editor highlights 47th Murrow Symposium April 4–5

The Edward R. Murrow College of Communication will hold the 47th annual Murrow Symposium this week.

WSU community invited to learn about equity tools at spring DEIJ Summit

The Washington State University community is invited to learn about WSU’s Equity Impact Assessment tool and the basics of Critical Race Theory at the Spring 2023 Diversity, Equity, Inclusion, and Justice Summit on April 5.

April is Financial Literacy Month

Washington State University and BECU are partnering to offer five events in April exploring everything from loans to credit to personal priorities.

Open now: WSU Faculty and Staff Employee Engagement Survey

This year’s Employee Engagement Survey is now open to all employees system-wide on active faculty, administrative, and classified appointments, and has been distributed via email link.

In case you missed it

Faculty tenure and promotions announced

More than 100 WSU faculty members from across the university system were recently promoted or received tenure and are being recognized as part of Showcase 2023.

SURCA gives 49 undergraduates research awards

Nearly 200 WSU students presented at the Showcase for Undergraduate Research and Creative Activities 2023 event on March 27 with 49 earning awards for their work.

Chosen Coug Award goes to grandparents who made college possible

In recognition of their tireless support of their granddaughter, Marilyn and Michael Gorman were recognized as the Spring 2023 Chosen Cougs on Saturday, April 1 during a ceremony in Pullman.

Finger-prick test developed for ‘trich’ a common, undiagnosed STI

A quick, affordable diagnostic test developed by a Washington State University researcher may help curb one of the most prevalent but least discussed sexually transmitted infections.

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