Pullman Campus News & Events August 30, 2022

Around campus

Faculty are invited to participate in Mindfulness-Based Anti-Racism sessions

Trymaine Gaither will offer his high-impact Mindfulness-Based Anti-Racism training to interested WSU faculty this fall.

Building the Future of Aerospace Together, with Greg Hyslop, The Boeing Company

Greg Hyslop, chief engineer & executive vice president of engineering, test & technology, The Boeing Company, will speak on the topic, “Building the Future of Aerospace Together,” on Thursday, Sept. 1.

WSU Army ROTC conducting training Sept. 1

Training exercises will take place on the Pullman campus throughout the fall semester. The first is scheduled from 2:30–5:30 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 1, at the Steffen Center on the eastern edge of campus.

College Colors Day set for Sept. 2

Rock your crimson and gray to show your spirit and WSU pride.

Nominate your colleague for the Crimson Spirit Award

Nominations for the third quarter are due Sept. 3.

In case you missed it

Women’s Equality Day: we’re not there yet, WSU professor says

August 26 has been observed as Women’s Equality Day in the United States for nearly 50 years, but equality is still a distant goal, according to WSU political scientist Amy Mazur.

Yes, there’s a coded message on the Bookie’s window

Crowds of people pass the window of the CUB Bookie on the WSU Pullman campus daily, most never noticing marks etched on the window there. The line of dots and dashes are Morse code, and spell out W S U.

Cluster hire program announces third cohort

Set to start in fall 2023, the new cohort of scholars has a specific focus on racialized, social, and environmental inequality in Native American and Indigenous communities.

Parks named associate vice president of health sciences academic programs and policy

Craig Parks begins his new role Sept. 1. He joined the Office of the Provost in 2015 and has been serving as the vice provost for system innovation and policy since 2019.

Pan Pacific Ensemble wins American Prize in Professional Chamber Music

Established in 2016, the ensemble is comprised of bassoonist Michael Garza and WSU School of Music faculty members Sophia Tegart, Keri McCarthy, Shannon Scott, and Martin King.