Pullman Campus News & Events March 28, 2023

Theresa Jean Ambo addressed attendees at Friday’s Center for Native American Research & Collaboration Indigenous Research Conference at the Elson S. Floyd Cultural Center.
Photo by WSU Photo Services

Around campus

Civil rights activist Dolores Huerta to headline Farmworkers Awareness Week

Huerta, 92, co-founded the United Farmworkers Union with César Chávez in 1962. The Presidential Medal of Freedom winner will speak at WSU Pullman from 4–5 p.m. on April 3.

Master of Fine Arts thesis exhibition opens this week

The Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art WSU will present the 2023 MFA Thesis Exhibition from March 28–May 6.

Share the Mic: Highlighting Women in Leadership on March 29

Join the WSU Pullman Chancellor’s Office for a series of fireside chat installments celebrating Women’s History Month this March 2023.

‘More than Casinos: Concepts of Wealth and Tradition in Indian Gaming’ lecture this Thursday

The next WSU History Department Pettyjohn lecture will take place at noon on March 30 in CUE 518.

In case you missed it

Showcase 2023 events take place this week

An outstanding roundup of symposiums, lectures and other events are taking place this week as part of Showcase 2023.

Employee engagement survey opens March 29

Washington State University employees can weigh in anonymously on their workplace experiences beginning this week with the latest iteration of the Employee Engagement Survey.

SPIN eBikes and eScooters now available

WSU Pullman has partnered with SPIN to launch a small number of eBikes and eScooters on campus.

Seahawks mascot declared healthy after surgery at WSU

The augur hawk, named Taima, will be ready to lead his team onto the field when the NFL season kicks off after undergoing a short procedure to remove a concerning growth from his left foot.

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