Pullman Campus News & Events December 13, 2022

Confetti rained and Cougars roared as graduates, family, and friends celebrated during fall commencement last Saturday.
Photo by WSU Photo Services

Around campus

WSU Pullman Town Hall sessions, Dec. 13 and 14

President Schulz and Chancellor Chilton invite you to attend a virtual town hall exclusively for WSU Pullman.

Nominations open for MLK Spirit Awards

The Martin Luther King Jr. Distinguished Service Award Committee is seeking nominations for the 2023 Spirit Awards.

Spring ’23 Canvas and educational technology trainings start Jan. 3

Training topics will include Canvas, Panopto, Perusall, VoiceThread, and teaching videoconferencing.

Network outage, Dec. 21 and 22

Several complete internet outages will occur between 8 p.m. on Wednesday, Dec. 21, and 2 a.m. on Thursday, Dec. 22, affecting processes dependent on WSU Pullman resources such as myWSU, Workday, email, and others.

Pullman phone system maintenance, Dec. 22

From 8 p.m. on Thursday, Dec. 22, to 2 a.m. on Friday, Dec. 23, Information Technology Services will be restarting the Cisco Call Manager core system to refresh the system in preparation for UPS work in the Data Center.

WSU to host its first Day of Racial Healing

Washington State University will host its first Day of Racial Healing on Jan. 17, 2023.

In case you missed it

Adaptive training boosts inclusivity in University Recreation fitness programs

Creating an inclusive environment in a gym is about more than having adaptive equipment available. It requires staff to be ready to teach people of all abilities how to reach their fitness goals.

Cougars to face Fresno State in Jimmy Kimmel LA Bowl on Dec. 17

This will mark the fifth meeting between the two teams, the last coming in 1994, a 24-3 Cougar victory in Pullman.

Washington state quinoa can make a better cookie

A WSU study showed that two types of quinoa — bred specifically to grow in Washington state — worked well as a high-fiber, high-protein additive flour for commercial cookies.

Please be safe this holiday season. Take some time to unwind with the ones you love, perhaps over a plate of Cougar Gold. The next issue of Pullman Campus News & Events will be Tuesday, January 10.

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