As we spend more of our time collectively online, it has become important to know more about the tools we use to connect with various websites, apps, and through which we do everything from pursue research to play games.
The Interpersonal Dynamics and Anger Management (IDAM) group for men meets weekly at the WSU Psychology Clinic in Johnson Tower room 362.
The Steptoe/Colfax vanpool is looking for riders and backup drivers. Share the ride, save money on fuel and car maintenance. Join us if you live in Colfax, Steptoe, St. John, Rosalia, Oakesdale, or Tekoa.
The Association for Faculty Women is still accepting nominations for the AFW Graduate Students Awards: The AFW Founders’ Award is available to Masters students graduating in Fall 2017, or Spring or Summer 2018.
Faculty with innovative ideas to impact teaching and demonstrably enhance undergraduate student learning are encouraged to apply now through March 19, 2018 for up to six $7,000 Smith Teaching and Learning Grants. [https://vpue.wsu.edu/FacultyGrants/SmithTeachingLearningGrants/]
The Department of Physics and Astronomy invites all to a colloquium featuring Dr. Fred Gittes , Department of Physics & Astronomy and Washington State University. Dr. Gittes will present his talk, “Falling cats, curvature and gauge theory”, Tuesday, February 20, at 4:10 p.m. in Webster 17.
Meet for refreshments before the lecture at 3:45 – 4:10 p.m. in the foyer on floor G above the lecture hall.
Curvature and connections, or gauge fields, have become central to physics. I will provide a bird’s-eye view of where these concepts can be used to think about some relatively accessible and fun physics problems, such as the ability … » More …
All WSU departments, living groups, student organizations, and community groups are invited to be a part of this activity-filled weekend.
Dr. Sara Waters, WSU Human Development professor, will examine the issue of trauma and the mental as well as physical health outcomes associated with childhood trauma.
The Department of Animal Sciences presents the annual Halver Lecture in Comparative Nutrition, come join us on February 20 at 4:30 p.m. Todd Hall 276.
The Department of CCGRS is now accepting donations for our FINAL Book Bash to be held on Wednesday, April 18, from 11:30 a.m.-1:30 p.m. on Glenn Terrell Mall.
Have you heard about the cougar sighting in Pullman? What would you do if you came across a cougar? Come to Coffee Hour Friday, February 9, to learn how to stay out of harm’s way when encountering large predators.
Student Technology Fees are paid by each undergraduate student for the purpose of providing technology resources for general student use at Washington State University. The “technology fee” is a fee charged to students to recover, in whole or in part, the costs of providing and maintaining services to students that include, but need not be limited to: Access to the internet and world wide web, e-mail, computer and multimedia work stations and laboratories, computer software, and dial-up telephone services (RCW28B.15.051).The request template and request process timeline, as well as the Technology Fee Committee Guidelines and governing RCW can be found at: http://budget.wsu.edu/technology-fee/index.html
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