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Thursday, April 1 All day
Inland Northwest Research Symposium
Online

In consideration of the health and well-being of attendees, this year’s Inland Northwest Research Symposium will be virtual.

Thursday, April 1 All day
UREC Pullman Pulldown
Athletics / Sports
WSU Pullman - Student Recreation Center

Register for the Pullman Pulldown bouldering competition and get a prize with entry!

Thursday, April 1 @11 am
Data management plans
Online

Come join librarians Talea Anderson, Suzanne Fricke, and David Luftig to find out how data management can facilitate the exchange of knowledge.

Thursday, April 1 @4:10 pm
Canvas gradebook
Workshop / Seminar
WSU Pullman - Online

In this training we will explain different setup, filtering and communication options.

Thursday, April 1 @4:30 pm
April 1: Edie Overturf Artist Talk
Lecture
Online

The Department of Fine Arts presents an artist talk with Portland-based artist Edie Overturf, supported by the Forst Endowed Visiting Artist Program.

Thursday, April 1 @4:30 pm
Pullman S&A Fees Committee Hearing (21/22)
Presentation
WSU Pullman - Online

Groups present material to committee for consideration and committee conducts deliberations to decide S&A Fee rate and S&A Fee allocations.

Thursday, April 1 @5 pm
Women in Business Leadership: The Power of Us
WSU Everett

WSU Everett and the WSU Carson College of Business invite students, alumni, community members, and all interested individuals to hear from influential business women as they discuss their leadership philosophies, the best opportunities for jobs and advancement, and their experiences working in business arenas where women have been historically underrepresented.

Friday, April 2 @3 pm
AER/I Seminar with Cullen Greer
Workshop / Seminar
WSU Pullman - Online

Proteins contained within the membrane of the eukaryotic cell are of significant interest for drug discovery, due to their varied functionality and external accessibility.

Monday, April 5 All day
World Without Reason: Goya’s Los Disparates
Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art

Dreamlike and wonderous, yet gravely dark and harrowing, are all descriptors associated with Francisco José de Goya y Lucientes’ (1746-1828) last major print cycle, Los Disparates (or Los Proverbios).

Monday, April 5 @9 am
2021 Master of Fine Arts Thesis Exhibition
Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art

This annual showcase is the culmination of two or more years work by the Master of Fine Arts graduate candidates.

Monday, April 5 @10 am
First Time Renters Workshop
Online

Learn how to conduct an effective housing search, about different contracts and forms, and what you should know about your rights and responsibilities as a tenant.

Monday, April 5 @11 am
Graduate Budgeting
Online

This presentation provides information to help graduate students create and manage a budget while in school.

Monday, April 5 @12 pm
IQ Credit Union: Reality Fair
Online

IQ Credit Union hosts Financial Reality Fairs for WSU to help them understand how to live in a world where they have to pay rent, utilities, and student loans. An innovative program in which students are taught how to manage a salary and a budget.

Monday, April 5 @2 pm
Budget Like a Boss!
Online

Join Fisher Investments to learn how you can take action towards understanding and organizing your finances so that you can have a better sense of control.

Monday, April 5 @4:10 pm
CEE Graduate Seminar
Online

Membrane fouling, which can be of organic, inorganic, or biological origins, is a major challenge in all membrane-based separation processes.

Tuesday, April 6 @10:30 am
Digital Technology and Culture Expert Series: Kailee Scales
Online

The Digital Technology and Culture Department is proud to present the Expert Series: a broad array of industry professionals and researchers in graphic design, web design, UX design, social media, data visualization, communications, game design, animation, systems design, and more.

Tuesday, April 6 @12 pm
Virtual Career Trek: Jubilant HollisterStier
Careers / Jobs
WSU Pullman - Online

Join Talent Acquisition Manager, Liz Helgeson, and a diverse panel of JHS team members on a virtual trek to Jubilant HollisterStier! A national leader in contract pharmaceutical manufacturing,

Tuesday, April 6 @12 pm
Understanding Credit Reports
Online

Learn how to use free credit reports to learn what’s behind your credit rating, how to correct misinformation, and prevent fraud and identity theft.

Tuesday, April 6 @1 pm
Open the Door to Home Buying
Online

Join realtor Lee Schiller and home loan officer Shannon Dumont to learn about home buying, credit scores and how to plan and set goals to purchase a home.

Tuesday, April 6 @2 pm
A to Z Paying for College Workshop
Online

Learn the different ways to pay for college, which money is free, and which needs to be paid back, important forms, dates and deadlines, scholarship strategies and more.

Tuesday, April 6 @4:10 pm
Panopto Basics
Workshop / Seminar
WSU Pullman - Online

Panopto enables instructors to capture and archive lectures, create video clips and prepare media elements for their course.

Tuesday, April 6 @6 pm
Coping with COVID
Workshop / Seminar
WSU Extension - Online

COVID hasn’t been fun, but there are ways to rise above and it’s OK to ask for help. Join Coping with COVID, a workshop designed to give students more solutions for self-care and ideas for how support a friend.

Tuesday, April 6 @7 pm
Virtual Scattergories
Recreational / Games
WSU Global Campus - Online

The classic game of word categorization, with a virtual twist! Attendees will compete to come up with relevant words for a series of categorizations. This event is part of Global Connections’ MLK programming.

Tuesday, April 6 @7:30 pm
CANCELED: The Selway Trio
Bryan Hall

Selway Trio performing Piano Trios of Mendelssohn, Clara Schumann, and Jihyun Kim

Yoon-Wha Roh, piano; Jason Moody, violin; Miranda Wilson, cello

Wednesday, April 7 @10:10 am
Panopto and Canvas
Workshop / Seminar
WSU Pullman - Online

Want to connect your Panopto quizzes to the Blackboard grade book? Curious which students have looked at your Panoto video?

Wednesday, April 7 @12 pm
Count on Cougs – Global Campus Students
Workshop / Seminar
WSU Global Campus - Online

Take steps to make our campuses and communities safer by joining the violence prevention virtual workshop, Count on Cougs.

Wednesday, April 7 @12 pm
Personal Brand
Online

What does your digital personal brand say about you? Ever wonder what your online profile looks like to peers, industry leaders, or others online?

Wednesday, April 7 @2 pm
Negotiating Salary: Closing the Wage Gap
Online

Join Cynthia Johnston, lead career coach in Career Services, to learn how to negotiate salary effectively and practice engaging in necessary conversations so you feel more at ease as you transition into the workforce.

Wednesday, April 7 @6 pm
Visiting Writers Series welcomes poet Mahogany L. Browne, April 7
Performance
WSU Pullman - Online

Mahogany L. Browne is a writer, organizer, and educator. She is the interim executive director of Urban Word NYC and Poetry Coordinator at St. Francis College. Browne has received fellowships from Agnes Gund, Air Serenbe, Cave Canem, Poets House, Mellon Research, and Rauschenberg. She is the author of Chlorine Sky (2021), Woke: A Young Poet’s Call to Justice (2020), Black Girl Magic (2020), Woke Baby (2018), and Kissing Caskets (2017).

Thursday, April 8 @11 am
Virtual Career Trek: Providence Health
Careers / Jobs
WSU Pullman - Online

This is for students interested in clinical AND non-clinical careers in the healthcare industry.

Thursday, April 8 @11 am
Inside view of Review Panels
Online

Knowing your audience is the key to successful communication. Who is reading your grant proposal?

Thursday, April 8 @12 pm
Learning from Financial Mistakes
Online

Turn your financial mistakes into a positive and explore ways to make more informed decisions the next time around.

Thursday, April 8 @12 pm
ENGIE Impact Information Session
Careers / Jobs
WSU Pullman - Online

Learn how ENGIE Impact partners with the world’s most influential cities and businesses on accelerating their sustainability transformation to achieve long-term economic growth.

Thursday, April 8 @5:30 pm
Who might be reeling your identity in?
Online

Finance and Management Science instructor Christiane Williamson and peer coaches will teach you what identity theft is, what a thief does with your information and how to know if your identity was stolen.

Thursday, April 8 @7:30 pm
Michael Adams, Senior Composition Recital
Bryan Hall

PROGRAM

Senior composition student Michael Adams presents his composition recital, including two sets of piano pieces, bowed vibraphone, and a fun piece for a percussion ensemble. Join me on Thursday, April 8th at 7:30 pm to see these great pieces!

Friday, April 9 @1 pm
Building Credit
Online

Credit has a powerful impact on our lives! It affects our ability to rent an apartment, get a job, attain car insurance, and even purchase a home.

Friday, April 9 @4 pm
Physical Chemistry Seminar with Holly McEnaney
Workshop / Seminar
WSU Pullman - Online

The complexity of the chemistry found in the Hanford Site’s 177 radioactive waste storage tanks has been subject of research for many years.

Friday, April 9 @7:30 pm
WSU Family Weekend Opera Workshop: Keep Moving On!! Songs by Stephen Sondheim
Bryan Hall

PROGRAM

Keep Moving On!  That has been the mantra of everyone over the past year.  The opera/musical theatre students, under the direction of Dr. Julie Anne Wieck and assisted by collaborative pianist, Elena Panchenko, have been rehearsing remotely all semester on a wonderful array of music by the Broadway…

Monday, April 12 @12:30 pm
Yunshu Du – Doctoral defense
Online

While capable of achieving state-of-the-art performance in complex sequential tasks, deep reinforcement learning (deep RL) remains extremely data inefficient and slow to train.

Monday, April 12 @4 pm
Understanding iGrad
Online

iGrad is an award-winning financial education platform. Join this session to learn about the many tools and resources available to you.

Monday, April 12 @4 pm
Chemistry Department Seminar with Arden Perkins
Workshop / Seminar
WSU Pullman - Online

Presenter: Dr. Arden Perkins: Institute of Molecular Biology at the University of Oregon Host: Chulhee Kang

Title: Sulfur oxidation at the center of bacterial pathogenesis

Abstract: Sulfur oxidation chemistry is an ancient mechanism by which cells mediate redox stress. Sulfur oxidation plays important roles in bacterial diseases, where…

Monday, April 12 @6 pm
Visiting Writers Series welcomes author Debra Magpie Earling
Performance
WSU Pullman - Online

Debra Magpie Earling is a Native American novelist and short story writer, and professor of English at the University of Montana, Missoula. Earling is a member of the Salish and Kootenai Tribes of the Flathead Reservation. She is the author of Perma Red (2002) and The Lost Journals of Sacajewea (2012).

Monday, April 12 @7:30 pm
Jazz Forum: Personal Musical Style and the Jazz Musician with Jake Svendsen

Personal Musical Style and the Jazz Musician

A highly prized aspect of the jazz musician’s craft is the development of a distinctive personal style. This lecture theorizes about personal musical style and how it comes into being. Professor Svendsen will discuss topics including the similarities between music and language, the…

Tuesday, April 13 @10:10 am
Canvas getting started
Workshop / Seminar
WSU Pullman - Online

WSU is moving from Blackboard to Canvas and we are here to make the transition as smooth as possible.

Tuesday, April 13 @12 pm
College Success Resources
Online

Learn how College Success Programs can help you navigate your collegiate career!

Tuesday, April 13 @12:30 pm
Organic Chemistry Doctoral Final Exam with Anna Wang
Workshop / Seminar
WSU Pullman - Online

Owing to its unique regulatory effects in many physiological and pathological processes, the study of hydrogen sulfide (H2S) has attracted considerable attention in the past decade.

Tuesday, April 13 @3 pm
David Petrizze – Thesis Defense
Online

Thesis Title: A Hypothesis Testing Approach to Low-Overhead Trajectory-Based Classification of Aerial Intruders

Tuesday, April 13 @4 pm
Coug Voices
Compton Union Building

The theme of this event is: My Mental Health Journey. We are all on our mental health journeys. If you are willing to share a snapshot of yours, it may help others to know they are not alone.

Tuesday, April 13 @6 pm
Digital Technology and Culture Expert Series: Kenneth Tsai
Online

The Digital Technology and Culture Department is proud to present the Expert Series: a broad array of industry professionals and researchers in graphic design, web design, UX design, social media, data visualization, communications, game design, animation, systems design, and more.

Wednesday, April 14 All day
#CougsGive Day of Giving

#CougsGive is a one-day fundraising event dedicated to expanding, sharing, and celebrating the impact of donor support at Washington State University.

Wednesday, April 14 @3:30 pm
ProPEL Internship Program Open House
Careers / Jobs
WSU Pullman - Online

Join to learn more about the program, ask questions, and find out the next steps to get elective credit for your internship! Sandi Brabb from VCEA Internships & Career Services will be in attendance to help you start your internship off right- though the ProPEL Program!

Wednesday, April 14 @6 pm
Careers in communication | Webinar
Workshop / Seminar
WSU Everett - Online

Join Rebecca Cooney, Washington State University professor of Strategic Communication, in a presentation on some of the career paths available within the field of communications.

Thursday, April 15 @12 pm
Financial Counseling
Online

Come talk to Accredited Financial Counselor, Kelly Demand. What is financial counseling and is it right for you?

Thursday, April 15 @1 pm
Responsible research practices: A compliance overview
Online

WSU researchers untangle complex problems to enrich quality of life for us all. Your work safeguards the health of humans and animals. It helps ensure the security and abundance of our food supply. It cultivates sustainable sources of energy to power future generations.

Led by Levi O’Loughlin from the Office…

Thursday, April 15 @2:10 pm
Canvas assignments and rubrics
Workshop / Seminar
WSU Pullman - Online

In this training we will cover assignment and rubric creation, peer reviews, and the plagiarism checker.

Thursday, April 15 @3 pm
VCEA Convocation
Online

The Voiland College of Engineering & Architecture is excited to host this celebration where we honor our outstanding students, faculty, and staff.