Pullman Campus News & Events September 6, 2022

Around campus

Meal plan available for faculty and staff

The Mini Meal Plan from Dining Services lets faculty and staff enjoy the convenience of eating on the Pullman campus while saving money by giving a discount on every purchase.

CAHNRS Fall Festival

The College of Agricultural, Human, and Natural Resource Sciences (CAHNRS) Fall Festival is on Thursday, Sept. 8, from 4 to 6 p.m. on Spillman Plaza outside Hulbert Hall.

WSU Pullman hosting DARPA Forward conference Sept. 13–14

The conference will connect DARPA leaders with new communities of talent and partnerships to energize regional and national innovation, fuel breakthroughs in national security, and help deliver the U.S. technological advantage.

Faculty artist series: Jacqueline Wilson, bassoon and Galit Kaunitz, oboe

Collaborators, friends, and co-hosts of the podcast Double Reed Dish, Galit Kaunitz (Associate Professor of Oboe, University of Southern Mississippi) and Jacqueline Wilson (Assistant Professor of Bassoon, Washington State University) will present a recital of works from their recent commission consortium.

In case you missed it

New entomology scholarship honors WSU adjunct professor, alumna Laurel Hansen

A passion for insects and a willingness to implement her research in the field set Laurel Hansen apart in entomology. Now, the Washington State University adjunct professor and alumna’s contributions are being recognized through a new scholarship.

Common Reading Teaching Guide makes debut

For the first time, the WSU Common Reading Program has produced a detailed guide to help faculty and staff better use this year’s common book strategically and effectively in classes, assignments, activities, and programming.

Students return to WSU campuses

Share in the excitement of the first week of fall 2022 classes with this systemwide photo gallery.

New employee learning platform improves free training options

An improved search function, along with a leadership course developed by MIT’s Sloan School of Management, are among the myriad of options available on WSU’s new employee learning platform, Skillsoft Percipio.