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Thursday, November 1 All day
Dia de los Muertos at Southside Café
WSU Pullman

Join us at Southside Café on Thursday, Nov. 1 to celebrate Dia de los Muertos, the Latin American Day of the Dead.

Thursday, November 1 All day
University Recreation Movember
WSU Pullman

Movember is a charity that tackles men’s health on a global scale, year round. Movember addresses some of the biggest health issues faced by men; prostate cancer, testicular cancer, and mental health and suicide prevention.

Thursday, November 1 @9 am
College of Education graduate program preview event
WSU Pullman - Cleveland Hall

Come preview graduate degree programs in the College of Education available on the Pullman campus.  Learn about program offerings, the application and admission process, graduate assistantships, financial aid, and scholarships.  Meet with a faculty member and have lunch with students currently enrolled in the program.

Thursday, November 1 @3 pm
ProPEL Workshop: ePortfolio Creation
Careers / Jobs
WSU Pullman - Carpenter Hall

Learn how to best share your academic and entrepreneurial experiences with a professional audience, such as future employers or graduate schools.

Thursday, November 1 @4:10 pm
Colloquium: Physics & Astronomy – Holger Müller
Workshop / Seminar
WSU Pullman - Webster Physical Science Building

he Department of Physics and Astronomy invites all to a colloquium featuring Holger Müller, Department of Physics, University of California Berkeley.

Thursday, November 1 @8 pm
Guest Recital: Dr. Tom Curry, tuba
Performance
WSU Pullman - Kimbrough Music Building

Dr. Tom Curry is currently on the faculty at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. Additionally, he is the tubist in the Wisconsin Brass Quintet, a faculty ensemble-in-residence at the University of Wisconsin-Madison School of Music, and has performed with the Joffrey Ballet, the Chicago Philharmonic, the Madison Symphony Orchestra, the Green Bay Symphony Orchestra, the Ars Viva Symphony, and many other orchestras.

Friday, November 2 All day
University Recreation Dad’s Weekend 2018
Athletics / Sports
WSU Pullman

WSU students can bring their Dad (or Father figure) to the SRC or Chinook for Free. Dad must be accompanied by the student member at the time of entrance.

Friday, November 2 @7 am
Brelsford WSU Visitor Center Fifth Anniversary
WSU Pullman

Join us in celebrating our fifth anniversary as the Brelsford WSU Visitor Center! We marked the fifth year with our namesake and current building Oct. 12 and want to share the excitement with our WSU and Pullman communities.

Friday, November 2 @3 pm
WSU Dad’s Weekend Wine Tasting
WSU Pullman - Brelsford WSU Visitor Center

Celebrate WSU Dad’s Weekend with a Cougar-connected wine tasting.

Friday, November 2 @3:10 pm
Jazz Band II
Performance
WSU Pullman - Kimbrough Music Building

The WSU Jazz Band Two, under the direction of graduate student Branson Bell, will perform works by Mike Steinel, Roger Holmes, Lennie Niehaus and more.

Friday, November 2 @4:10 pm
Student Chamber Music: New Performance Time
Performance
WSU Pullman - Bryan Hall

This Fall’s Student Chamber Music concert is now combined with the Brass Chamber Music Concert and will begin at 4:10pm in Bryan Hall Theatre

Friday, November 2 @5 pm
Brewfest
WSU Pullman - Off Campus

Sigma Iota is an umbrella club for the school of Hospitality Business Management. We are a nonprofit student association and are pleased to announce our annual event, Brewfest! Each year, the event is entirely coordinated by students and all funds generated from this event go towards scholarships, career development field trips, guest lecturers from the hospitality industry, and other educational opportunities.

Friday, November 2 @6 pm
Art Club Auction
WSU Pullman - Chinook

WSU Art Club Hosts “Support the Arts Silent Art Auction”. Food, music, performance and art giveaways! Find some original artwork for your home or office and support WSU Art Club’s community events and workshops.

Friday, November 2 @7:30 pm
Dad’s Weekend feature performer Andy Grammer
WSU Pullman - Beasley Coliseum

Andy Grammer is the first male pop star in a decade since John Mayer to reach the Top 10 at Adult Pop Radio on his first two singles. Tickets go on sale 10 a.m. Friday, Aug. 24. Tickets will be available at any TicketsWest outlet including Beasley Coliseum, online at Ticketswest or call 800-325-SEAT.

Friday, November 2 @7:30 pm
Cougar Sports Trivia and Auction Night
Athletics / Sports
Lewis Alumni Center

Cougar Sports Trivia and Auction Night is a fundraiser being hosted by a group from the Sport Management program. All proceeds will go to the Hilinski’s Hope Foundation with the goal of funding education for student athletes to learn about the signs of mental health as well as destigmatizing mental illness.

Friday, November 2 @8 pm
Vocal Extravaganza
Performance
WSU Pullman - Bryan Hall

WSU’s Vocal Extravaganza has been a Dad’s Weekend tradition for 33 years and each year is an exciting program designed to entertain! Don’t miss an opportunity to experience performances by the 5 top choral groups in the School of Music showcased in this event: Concert Choir, Madrigal Singers, Opera Workshop, Treble Choir and Tenor/Bass Choir. Tickets for this family friendly event will be available at the door, beginning at 7pm.

Saturday, November 3 All day
KickOff at the CUB – vs. California
WSU Pullman - Compton Union Building

Get into the Coug spirit with family-fun entertainment, games, giveaways and affordable food options before each WSU home football game.

Saturday, November 3 @9 am
WSU Chemistry Club Demonstrations
WSU Pullman - Fulmer Hall

Chemistry demonstrations performed by Chem Club members showcase some of the chemical reactions and theories we learn during the semester.

Saturday, November 3 @9 am
Brelsford WSU Visitor Center Fifth Anniversary
WSU Pullman

Join us in celebrating our fifth anniversary as the Brelsford WSU Visitor Center! We marked the fifth year with our namesake and current building Oct. 12 and want to share the excitement with our WSU and Pullman communities.

Saturday, November 3 @11 am
14th Annual Pumpkin Drop
Community Service
WSU Pullman - Webster Physical Science Building

Join us on Dad’s Weekend for a smashing good time at the 14th Annual Pumpkin Drop. Sponsored by the Physics and Astronomy Club, this pre-game, gravity-bound extravaganza celebrates the fun side of science by dropping pumpkins of all shapes and sizes from the highest point in Pullman:

Saturday, November 3 @4:45 pm
Beef & Brews Dad’s Weekend
WSU Pullman - Ensminger Pavillion

CAHNRS Student Senate & AGTM Club present Beef & Brews

Sunday, November 4 @9 am
Brelsford WSU Visitor Center Fifth Anniversary
WSU Pullman

Join us in celebrating our fifth anniversary as the Brelsford WSU Visitor Center! We marked the fifth year with our namesake and current building Oct. 12 and want to share the excitement with our WSU and Pullman communities.

Monday, November 5 @3:10 pm
Meet the Finalist- AVP for Campus Life/Dean of Students
WSU Pullman - Chinook

Faculty and staff are invited to attend a presentation and Q&A session with the candidates for the Associate Vice President for Campus Life/Dean of Student position. Finalists will present on “Campus Life at a Top 25 University.”Livestream links and candidate information are posted at studentaffairs.wsu.edu/search

Monday, November 5 @7 pm
Katerra Information Session
Careers / Jobs
WSU Pullman - Carpenter Hall

Katerra is a technology company transforming property development, design, and construction—from start to finish. We are building an entirely new kind of company that brings together expertise in design, technology, material sourcing, manufacturing, and construction as a single integrated offering. Join us for an information session to learn how Katerra is changing the industry and to hear about upcoming internship and full-time opportunities for Civil and Mechanical Engineers.

Tuesday, November 6 @11 am
Town Halls 2018: College of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences
Meeting
WSU Health Sciences Spokane - Pharmaceutical and Biomedical Sciences Building (Spokane)

Ramping Up Our Drive to 25, and Answers to Your Questions

College of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences faculty, staff and students are invited to learn about and discuss the university’s priorities with President Kirk Schulz and Provost Dan Bernardo.

Among the topics to be discussed: the Drive to 25, university…

Tuesday, November 6 @2 pm
Town Halls 2018: College of Nursing
Meeting
WSU Health Sciences Spokane - Nursing Building (Spokane)

Ramping Up Our Drive to 25, and Answers to Your Questions

College of Nursing faculty, staff and students are invited to learn about and discuss the university’s priorities with President Kirk Schulz and Provost Dan Bernardo.

Among the topics to be discussed: the Drive to 25, university accomplishments and priorities,…

Tuesday, November 6 @4 pm
Public Hearing for Proposed Amendments to WAC Student Conduct Code
Meeting
WSU Everett - Lighty Student Services Building

Washington State University will conduct a public hearing on a proposed revision to WAC chapter 504-26 – Standards of Conduct for Students and WAC chapter 504-04 – Practice and Procedure.

Tuesday, November 6 @5:30 pm
WestRock Information Session & Interviews
Careers / Jobs
WSU Pullman - Sloan Hall

WestRock, Tacoma, is recruiting for Summer 2019 Internships in our Maintenance, Operations, and Engineering Departments.

Tuesday, November 6 @6 pm
Victor Saad Keynote Speaker
WSU Pullman - Spark

Victor Saad, founder of the Experience Institute will be visiting the Washington State University campus Nov. 6 to share his Transformational Learning Through Design Thinking series in honor of Professional Development Month.

Wednesday, November 7 @8 am
Jazz Festival
Performance
WSU Pullman - Kimbrough Music Building

WSU celebrates its 26TH annual jazz festival with internationally acclaimed drummer, Gary Hobbs. Hobbs will perform with the WSU Jazz Big Band during a free, public concert at noon.

Wednesday, November 7 @11 am
Town Halls 2018: Elson S. Floyd College of Medicine
Meeting
Pharmaceutical and Biomedical Sciences Building (Spokane)

Ramping Up Our Drive to 25, and Answers to Your Questions

Floyd College of Medicine faculty, staff, and students are invited to learn about and discuss the university’s priorities with President Kirk Schulz and Provost Dan Bernardo.

Among the topics to be discussed: the Drive to 25, university accomplishments and…

Wednesday, November 7 @12 pm
WSU Jazz Festival Gala Concert
Performance
WSU Pullman - Bryan Hall

Drummer Gary Hobbs will join WSU Jazz Band I in presenting a concert of exciting and contemporary big band music at noon on Nov. 7 in Bryan Hall Theatre as part of the 26th annual WSU Jazz Festival.

Wednesday, November 7 @2 pm
Town Halls 2018: WSU Spokane (noncollege affiliated)
Meeting
WSU Health Sciences Spokane - Student Academic Center

Ramping Up Our Drive to 25, and Answers to Your Questions

WSU Spokane faculty, staff and students not affiliated with the three academic colleges on campus are invited are to learn about and discuss the university’s priorities with President Kirk Schulz and Provost Dan Bernardo.

Among the topics to be…

Wednesday, November 7 @5 pm
Diwali
Social
WSU Pullman

Join the Indian Students’ Association and Northside Café for a special celebration of Diwali, the festival of lights.

Thursday, November 8 @3 pm
VCEA Internship Panel Discussion
Careers / Jobs
WSU Pullman - Carpenter Hall

Voiland College Internship Panel Discussion with Clearwater Paper, WestRock, Schweitzer Engineering, and EMSI.

Thursday, November 8 @3 pm
Strategies for Enhancing Student Success
Class / Instruction
WSU Pullman

Attend all four sessions to receive an AOI Teaching Series Certificate! For more info, visit AOI Certificates.

Thursday, November 8 @4 pm
Memorial Celebration for Jim & Kelma Short
Reception / Open House
WSU Pullman - Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art

The Department of Sociology, the Social & Economic Sciences Research Center and the Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art, together with Michael Short and Susan Short Castleberry, invite you to a Memorial Celebration for Jim and Kelma Short.

Thursday, November 8 @4:10 pm
Distinguished Colloquium: Physics & Astronomy – William Unruh
Workshop / Seminar
WSU Pullman - Webster Physical Science Building

The Department of Physics and Astronomy invites all to a colloquium featuring Dr. William Unruh, University of British Columbia. Dr. Unruh will present his talk, “”Analog Gravity, and the measurement of Hawking Radiation.”

Thursday, November 8 @6:30 pm
Find the Right Career
Careers / Jobs
WSU Global Campus - Online

After you’ve started your degree you still have many career options to consider. How do you find a career that balances your interests, skills, and values without hours of online browsing and randomly applying for jobs?

Thursday, November 8 @8 pm
Orchestra Concert
Performance
WSU Pullman - Bryan Hall

The WSU Symphony Orchestra presents Antonin Dvorak’s Symphony No. 8 and Maestro Jon Harris-Clippinger of the Salem Youth Symphony Orchestra leading our musicians in Richard Wagner’s “Prelude to the Die Meistersingers”.

Friday, November 9 @8 am
Orchestra Festival
Performance
WSU Pullman - Kimbrough Music Building

16 High School Orchestras from across the state of Washington will perform on our Pullman campus. Maestro Jon Harris-Clippinger of the Salem Youth Symphony Orchestra will serve as lead clinician.

Friday, November 9 @9:30 am
Web Open Lab: Qualtrics
WSU Pullman - Information Technology Building

We will be covering the following beginner level Qualtrics topics:

Friday, November 9 @6:30 pm
Martial Arts Symposium
WSU Pullman - Student Recreation Center

Jiu-Jitsu Seminar and Martial Arts Symposium. No experience is necessary. Join us!

Saturday, November 10 @10 am
Family Fun Day
WSU Pullman - Heald Hall

The WSU Biology Graduate Student Association will be hosting its bi-annual Family Fun Day in Abelson Hall 10 a.m.-2 p.m.

Tuesday, November 13 @12:10 pm
Goals and Outcomes & the Creation of Effective Rubrics
Class / Instruction
WSU Everett - Smith Center for Undergraduate Education (CUE)

Active learning sessions for faculty. Engage in the conversation! Lunch will be provided for sessions scheduled from 12:10-1 p.m.

Attend all four sessions to receive an AOI Teaching Series Certificate!

Tuesday, November 13 @5:30 pm
Fear Less, Do More with Michelle Poler
Performance
WSU Pullman - Compton Union Building

Michelle spent 100 days tackling 100 fears. She took those fears and embarked on a courageous journey where she would dare to fail, deal with the unknown, and turn obstacles into opportunity.

Wednesday, November 14 @10 am
Blackboard Learn Basics (attend virtually)
Class / Instruction
WSU Pullman

All WSU courses are associated with a Blackboard course space for instructors to use as needed. For each of these training sessions, we suggest you bring your own device to follow along.

Wednesday, November 14 @11 am
Beta Gamma Sigma Cornhole Competition
WSU Pullman - Todd Hall

Beta Gamma Sigma as a club is planning on running a Cornhole Competition fundraiser on the Todd Steps, where anyone can donate money in exchange for a few throws of the beanbag into the cornhole.

Wednesday, November 14 @12 pm
Community of Practice
Class / Instruction
WSU Pullman - Spark

Community of Practice meetings provide faculty an opportunity to share and discuss their teaching experiences and ideas with their peers.

Wednesday, November 14 @6 pm
Global Entrepreneurship Week: Pitch Demo, Shark Tank Style!
Presentation
WSU Pullman - Elson S. Floyd Cultural Center

Four WSU teams working to launch their own ventures will pitch to a panel of real investors and seasoned entrepreneurs. Catered reception to follow.

Wednesday, November 14 @6 pm
Pacific Northwest National Labs (PNNL) Information Session
Careers / Jobs
WSU Pullman - Sloan Hall

Learn about careers in project control for Construction Engineers, Construction Management, Accounting, Finance, and Management Information Systems majors. Interviews will be held the following day.

Wednesday, November 14 @7:30 pm
Flute Studio Recital: new date
Performance
WSU Pullman - Kimbrough Music Building

The Washington State University Flute Studio will perform an Icelandic hymn by Thorkell Sigurbjörnsson, Little Red Monkey by Jack Jordan, Kaleidoscope for flute choir and boomwhackers by Ann Cameron Pearce, Ewazen’s Harmony in Blue and Gold, and Tchesnokov’s Tableaux féeriques on this concert.

Thursday, November 15 @11 am
Seminar: “Technology Development Using Predictive Engineering & DFSS”
Lecture
WSU Pullman - Engineering Teaching Research Laboratory

Please join us for a presentation by Dr. Arshad Alfoqaha of IBM Corporation. His talk with be on Design for Six Sigma (DFSS), Design for Reliability and Manufacturability (DRM) methodologies, and predictive engineering and statistical modeling methods that were applied to develop robust and reliable products at IBM and Medtronic.

Thursday, November 15 @4 pm
Boeing Careers Speaker Series – Speaker #1
Careers / Jobs
WSU Pullman - Todd Hall

The Resume and Interviewing Workshop will touch upon best practices around crafting a resume that best positions students to obtain an interview while also going over the structured interview process how to be successful.

Thursday, November 15 @4:10 pm
Colloquium: Physics & Astronomy – Dr. Gerald Miller
Workshop / Seminar
WSU Pullman - Webster Physical Science Building

The Department of Physics and Astronomy invites all to a colloquium featuring Dr. Gerald Miller, Department of Physics, University of Washington. Dr. Miller will present their talk, “Proton Radius Puzzle – Why We All Should Care”

Meet for refreshments before the lecture at 3:45 – 4:10 p.m. in the foyer…

Thursday, November 15 @4:30 pm
The Body: Power, Meaning & Representation in Contemporary Art
Exhibition
WSU Pullman - Fine Arts Building

WSU Department of Fine Arts presents a juried exhibition exploring ideas about the body. While authority over the human body has long been determined by gender and class, in today’s highly globalized and pluralistic contemporary art world, artists view the body as a malleable site of meaning and power, not as an archetype but as a performative instrument, a vessel to be filled and surface upon which the artist or viewer may project her own fears, desires and dreams.

Thursday, November 15 @5:15 pm
ProPEL Workshop: Cover Letters
Careers / Jobs
WSU Pullman - Sloan Hall

Wondering how to write an engaging cover letter? You’ll learn how to maximize your impact emphasizing your fit for the job!

Thursday, November 15 @8 pm
Opera Workshop
Performance
WSU Pullman - Bryan Hall

Celebrating the operatic output of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, the WSU Opera Workshop program will be presenting Magnificent Mozart with scenes from two of his most famous comic operas, Le Nozze di Figaro and Cosi fan tutte.

Friday, November 16 @1:10 pm
Special Speaker-Sudip Shekhar
WSU Pullman - Engineering Teaching Research Laboratory

Our insatiable demand for data has led to a rapid growth of datacenters. This has resulted in a need to compute, switch and route massive amount of data within servers, racks of servers within a datacenter, and between geographically co-located datacenters up to a hundred km.

Friday, November 16 @4 pm
Hardship to Homeland author Richard Scheuerman at WSU Terrell Library Atrium
WSU Pullman - Terrell Library Atrium

Richard Scheuerman, Washington State University (WSU) alumnus and WSU Press co-author of Hardship to Homeland: Pacific Northwest Volga Germans was raised on a small farm between the rural Palouse communities of Endicott and St. John, Washington, giving him a personal connection to the region’s Volga Germans.

Saturday, November 17 All day
KickOff at the CUB – vs. Arizona
WSU Pullman - Compton Union Building

Get into the Coug spirit with family-fun entertainment, games, giveaways and affordable food options before each WSU home football game.

Saturday, November 17 @10 am
Pullman Winter Market
WSU Pullman - Brelsford WSU Visitor Center

The Pullman Farmers Market presents the Pullman Winter Market for the 2018-2019 season. Featuring local producers and artisans offering handmade and homegrown goods.

Monday, November 19 @4 pm
Dean’s Office Hours
Meeting
WSU Pullman - Carpenter Hall

Dean Rezac will hold Voiland College office hours on November 19 and December 19. Ten-minute spots will be available for individuals or small, themed groups. Reserve your spot!

Tuesday, November 20 @3:30 pm
Balancing Act: Activism and Employment at a State Institution
WSU Pullman - Compton Union Building

Engage in a round table discussion about the push and pull of working to advance one’s involvement in systemic change while also fulfilling one’s role as staff or faculty, who are working to help students make a connection to a ‘place’ or person.

Friday, November 23 @2:30 pm
KickOff at the CUB – vs. Washington
WSU Pullman - Compton Union Building

Get into the Coug spirit with family-fun entertainment, games, giveaways and affordable food options before each WSU home football game.

Monday, November 26 @8:40 am
VCEA Donuts with the Dean
Social
WSU Pullman - Wegner Hall

Join your Voiland College of Engineering and Architecture Dean, Mary Rezac, for donuts and conversation.

Monday, November 26 @4:10 pm
Voiland School of Chemical Engineering and Bioengineering Graduate Seminar Series
Workshop / Seminar
WSU Pullman - Spark

The Gene and Linda Voiland School of Chemical Engineering and Bioengineering, in cooperation with the WSU Department of Chemistry and CIRC, is hosting a seminar presented by Dr. William Schneider, H. Clifford and Evelyn A. Brosey Professor of Engineering, Department of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering, University of Notre Dame.

Tuesday, November 27 @4:30 pm
ProPEL Workshop: Creating a Winning LinkedIn Profile
Careers / Jobs
WSU Pullman - Sloan Hall

Is your LinkedIn Profile the same as your resume? Attend this workshop and learn the difference. Make both documents work for you in a synergistic way.

Wednesday, November 28 @4:10 pm
Department of Anthropology Colloquium ~ Dr. Michael Price
Lecture
WSU Pullman - College Hall

Paleopathology continues to rely on skeletons as its primary source of data. Unfortunately, skeletons are not representative of past living populations because archaeologists can only directly study those individuals who died at a given age.