Pullman Campus News & Events September 20, 2022

On Sunday, faculty and students gathered for “In Flower Community: Poems and Musical Improvisations for Native Plants,” a celebration of community and ecological restoration along Missouri Flat Creek near downtown Pullman.
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Fall 2022 art exhibit at the Animal Health Library

A collection of equine photographs by local photographer Shaundra Baumwart will be on display as part of the fall 2022 “Art in the Library” exhibit in the Animal Health Library. Opening reception is Sept. 21 from 5–6 p.m.

Northwest Public Broadcasting and Murrow studios tour

Join the WSU Alumni Association Palouse Chapter Cougs and the WSU Retirees Association this Thursday for a special behind-the-scenes tour of Northwest Public Broadcasting studios and Murrow College of Communication studios.

WSU symphony orchestra concert, Sept. 27

WSU’s symphony orchestra will perform Tues., Sept. 27 at 7:30 p.m. in Bryan Hall. All are welcome to attend.

In case you missed it

Challenge Program teaches WSU community critical skills in team building

Getting people out of their comfort zone to experience an ‘aha’ moment is one of the key goals of University Recreation’s Challenge Program.

Mona Ghandi receives World Architecture Award

A project that introduces behavior-based energy efficiency strategies by interpreting real-time biological and emotional data of a room’s occupant has earned a World Architecture Award for WSU’s Mona Ghandi.

WSU Pullman hosts DARPA Forward conference

Researchers, government officials, and industry leaders assembled last Tuesday and Wednesday for the DARPA Forward Conference at WSU Pullman.

University looks to innovate amid persistent enrollment challenges

Washington State University saw its total enrollment drop 7.7% compared to last fall. This decline comes as the university grapples with lingering effects of the global pandemic, a sharp reduction in the number of students attending community college, the strong job market, and other persistent challenges affecting universities across the country.