Pullman Campus News & Events February 28, 2023

Butch was in attendance at this year’s Employee Recognition Reception last Wednesday, helping WSU celebrate the service and contributions of faculty and staff system-wide.
Photo by WSU Photo Services

Around campus

It’s Washington Saves Week

The Department of Retirement Systems will be offering “Lunch & Learn” live webinars this week focusing on saving.

Nominations due March 1: AFW Outstanding Graduate Student Awards

Nominations for the annual Association for Faculty Women Outstanding Graduate Student Awards are due tomorrow.

Foley Institute hosts Land of Open Graves on March 2

The Foley Institute will host Jason De Leon of the University of California Los Angeles, who will discuss the politics of migrant death in Arizona. Pizza and soft drinks will be provided.

Palouse soundscape composer presents music of nature

Yii Kah Hoe will premiere his newest composition, Of the Land, created in and about the Palouse, on March 4 at 7:30 p.m. in the Elson S. Floyd Cultural Center.

Women of Distinction nominations due March 13

The President’s Commission on the Status of Women is accepting nominations for the Women of Distinction Awards.

In case you missed it

Novel air filter captures wide variety of pollutants

An air filter made out of corn protein instead of petroleum products can concurrently capture small particulates as well as toxic chemicals like formaldehyde that current air filters can’t.

Hospitality Scholar Dipra Jha earns international DEI award

Carson College of Business Associate Professor Dipra Jha was recently recognized with the Excellence in Diversity and Inclusion Award from the Western Federation Council on Hotel, Restaurant, and Institutional Education.

WSU seniors, first-year students prepare to take NSSE survey in March

All first-year students and seniors at Washington State University are encouraged to take the National Survey for Student Engagement starting March 1 to provide information that will help shape the future programming of the institution.

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