Pullman Campus News & Events March 14, 2023

The women’s basketball team celebrated on Sunday as they discovered their seeding (5th) and opponent (Florida Gulf Coast) in the upcoming NCAA Tournament.
Photo by WSU Photo Services

Around campus

CUB adjusts building hours for spring break

The Compton Union Building (CUB) has adjusted its building hours for spring break. It is currently open from 7:30 a.m.–7 p.m. March 13–17, and will be open 10 a.m.–7 p.m. on March 18.

Applications for three Teaching Academy awards are due March 15

The awards acknowledge the efforts, accomplishments, and professional development of WSU faculty and are in line with the Teaching Academy’s goal to elevate excellence in teaching and learning.

Spring ORC trips

Explore the Palouse and regional outdoors with the guidance of skilled adventure facilitators. The WSU Outdoor Recreation Center has outdoor adventures available for any skill level.

Reminder: Submit spring family weekend events

Spring 2023 spring family weekend is March 31–April 2. All WSU Pullman departments, colleges, and organizations are invited to submit events.

In case you missed it

Showcase award winners announced

The outstanding achievements of researchers, faculty members, staff, and leaders are recognized each year in the lead up to Showcase.

WSU bolsters financial support for out-of-state students

The expansion is designed to help boost recruitment as part of overall efforts to increase support for students ahead of the fall 2023 semester.

Kamie Ethridge named National Women’s Basketball Coach of the Year by The Athletic

The honor is voted on by writers who cover women’s basketball across the country for the outlet. Ethridge received the most first-place votes, beating out second-place finisher Kenny Brooks of Virginia Tech.

Pullman vice chancellor for student affairs to retire

Ellen Taylor has announced her intention to retire from WSU in December 2023. A national search is planned for her replacement.

Danh Pham elected to American Bandmasters Association

Pham, director of Bands and conductor of the WSU Symphony Orchestra, will conduct a special performance with one of the premiere military bands in Washington D.C. as part of his induction.

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