Pullman Campus News & Events February 7, 2023

The WSU women’s basketball team had fans dancing in their seats as they posted a 70-60 win over Cal Berkeley on Sunday.
Photo by WSU Photo Services

Around campus

New mandatory ethics training

Washington State University is now requiring annual ethics training for all of its employees.

Science Pub Talk: ‘On Composting Humans: Biology and Bioethics’

Lynne Carpenter-Boggs and Bill Kabasenche will discuss the ethics and development of composting for human funerals from 6–7 p.m. today, Feb. 7, at Paradise Creek Brewery in Pullman and via Zoom.

The Foley Institute hosts a discussion on anti-government extremist groups tomorrow

This Wednesday, the Foley Institute will host University of Albany’s Sam Jackson, who will deliver a talk on anti-government extremist groups, such as the Oathkeepers, and the implications they hold for democracy.

Hostile Terrain 94 workshops taking place this week

Register for a public workshop about Hostile Terrain, a participatory exhibition from the Undocumented Migration Project.

The Foley Institute hosts the Indian boarding schools tragedy discussion this Thursday

Join Theresa Sheldon, the current director of public policy and advocacy at the American Boarding School Healing Coalition, for a talk on the ongoing efforts to bring justice to native peoples for the trauma caused by years of boarding school policy.

In case you missed it

Amir Gilmore: ‘I want a broader view of Black history’

Gilmore, associate dean for WSU College of Education, discusses what Black History Month means to him and how he’d like to see Black history taught in the United States.

WSU nets top 100 ranking among U.S. universities

Washington State University stands among the top 100 universities nationwide in the inaugural rankings from a platform keenly focused on research publications and impact.

WSU veterinarians find young hawk new parents

A nestling Swainson’s hawk found this past summer outside an Idaho bar is likely now more than 6,000 miles south enjoying the Argentine sun thanks to Washington State University and a pair of adult hawks that called Pullman home.

Three former Cougs are set to suit up for Super Bowl LVII

No matter which team wins the big game Feb. 12, there will be at least one former member of the WSU football team coming away with the most coveted ring in professional sports.

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