Pullman Campus News & Events November 16, 2022

Cadets and other members of the WSU Pullman community joined together to honor and give thanks to the U.S. military during the Veterans Day holiday.
Photo by WSU Photo Services

Around campus

Schnitzer museum brings world-renowned artist Keiko Hara to WSU

An exhibit of her work, “Keiko Hara: Four Decades of Paintings and Prints” is currently on display at the museum through March 4.

WSU Pullman to maintain lower building temps to save energy

Facilities Services in Pullman plans to continue the slight building temperature setbacks initially implemented during the pandemic. The targeted setpoints will keep most spaces between 65F–68F.

Shop CORETECH’s fall sale

CORETECH will hold a fall sale this week on the CUB ground floor. Savings are available for students, faculty, staff, and alumni.

In case you missed it

ROTC team advances in Ranger Challenge

WSU’s U.S. Army ROTC Ranger Challenge team is advancing to the next round after taking second place in the Task Force East regional competition.

WSU and U of I providing free immigration consultations

WSU’s Undocumented Initiatives and the University of Idaho College of Law are working together to help students in both states navigate the complex immigration process.

Chosen Coug Award wows the crowd for Family Weekend

For her tireless support of her daughter, Lisa Gorman was named the Fall 2022 Chosen Coug on Saturday, Nov. 12, during a ceremony at Round Top Public House Pavilion in Pullman.

Vicky Murray appointed to new dual role

Murray has been named associate vice president for public safety, business affairs, and campus operations as well as vice chancellor for business affairs and campus operations for the Pullman campus.

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