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Monday, January 9 All day
UREC All Access Week
WSU Pullman

Start out spring semester by sampling UREC activities for free! WSU community members get free access to facilities and can participate in fitness classes, activities, and more!

Tuesday, January 10 @9 am
Paul G. Allen School for Global Health Seminar Series – January
Workshop / Seminar
WSU Pullman - Paul G. Allen School for Global Health
Join us for Paul G. Allen School for Global Health Seminar Series

Presenter: Dr. Stacey Gilk, University of Nebraska Medical Center

Topic: Establishing the Intracellular Niche: Coxiella Manipulation of Lysosome Biogenesis

Future dates: Feb 14, Mar 14, Apr 11, May 9

Tuesday, January 10 @11 am
Racial Healing for the Classroom Workshop
Online - Online

The workshop is intended as a brainstorming session for teachers who are both experienced and new to teaching about this important subject, and a chance to share best practices

Wednesday, January 11 @12 pm
Startup Advisor: Industry & Market Research
Workshop / Seminar
WSU Spokane

Become familiar with professional tools that reduce cost, time, and guesswork when researching your product’s market fit.

Thursday, January 12 @9 am
Wordplay: Print/Text/Image
Exhibition
WSU Pullman - Fine Arts Building

Wordplay features artists who use text as an integral element of their creative practice in printmaking and print based media. The work in this exhibit illustrates the charged relationships between images, text, formats and their context. Pulling from popular forms of advertising and display, ordinary written notes, reinterpretations of existing texts, to forceful political statements, these artists play with the familiarity of text to unexpected ends.

Thursday, January 12 @5:30 pm
Is Mass Timber the Future?
Lecture
WSU Pullman - Goertzen Hall

The widespread enthusiasm for mass timber is evident, and for good reason. Companies are pivoting to mass timber to reduce their carbon footprint, provide biophilic benefits to the building occupants, increase the speed of construction, reduce onsite labor and frankly just to create beautiful architecture.

Thursday, January 12 @6 pm
English Department Open Mic — Campus Civic Poet Celebration
WSU Pullman - Avery Hall

For this month’s open mic the three finalists for the Campus Civic Poet Award have been invited to be featured readers. The CCP Award is offered by the English Department in partnership with the MLK Program and recognizes a student’s commitment to poetry and civic engagement. The English Department open mic meets the 2nd Thursday of each month. All are invited to read and/or share work.

Friday, January 13 @7:30 pm
Faculty Artist Series: Sophia Tegart, flute
WSU Pullman - Bryan Hall

PROGRAM

Dr. Sophia Tegart, Associate Professor of Flute, will be joined on stage by Dr. Fabio Menchetti, piano; Dr. Sarah Miller, trombone and euphonium; Dr. A.J. Miller, euphonium; Dr. Chris Dickey, tuba; and Xan Perkins, tuba. This recital is based on Proust’s novel “In Search of Lost Time” and…

Saturday, January 14 @3 pm
Meet & Greet with Matt Chazanow
WSU Pullman - Beasley Coliseum

Join the WSU Alumni Association Palouse Chapter Cougs and WSU Retirees Association for a special opportunity to mix and mingle with play-by-play radio announcer Matt Chazanow on Saturday, January 14, at 3:00 p.m. Pacific.

Saturday, January 14 @4 pm
Arizona Cougs Paint and Sip
WSU Global Campus - Off Campus

On Saturday, January 14, join WSU recent grads, alumni, and friends at Painting with a Twist in Gilbert, AZ, for an evening of painting and socializing.

Monday, January 16 All day
Martin Luther King, Jr. National Day of Service
WSU Pullman

The Martin Luther King, Jr. National Day of Service on January 16, 2023 is a defining moment each year when Americans across the country step up to make communities more equitable and take action to create the Beloved Community of Dr. King’s dream. 

Monday, January 16 @12 pm
Martin Luther King, Jr. Food Drive
WSU Pullman

Do your part and donate to the Martin Luther King, Jr. Food Drive on January 16 from noon-6:00 p.m. All food donations collected during the drive will be split between the Community Action Center and the Cougar Food Pantry. The food drive is made possible by the Center for Civic Engagement in celebration of the Martin Luther King, Jr. National Day of Service.

Tuesday, January 17 @10 am
Hostile Terrain 94 Exhibition
Exhibition
WSU Pullman - Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art

Hostile Terrain 94 (HT94) is a participatory art exhibition created by the Undocumented Migration Project (UMP) and directed by UCLA anthropologist Jason De León. Occurring in more than 130 cities globally, the installation raises awareness about the realities of the U.S.-Mexico border, focusing on the deaths that have occurred since 1994 as a result of the Border Patrol policy known as “Prevention Through Deterrence” (PTD). HT94 is realized with the help of local volunteers who record names, age, sex, cause of death, condition of body, and location of recovery on toe tags for each person, which are then pinned on the map in the exact location where those remains were found.

Tuesday, January 17 @1:45 pm
National Day of Racial Healing: Writers Give Voice
Exhibition
WSU Pullman - Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art

Join us at the museum for an hour of readings by WSU Campus Civic Poets & finalists, creative writing students and faculty, and student editors of WSU creative writing publications.

Wednesday, January 18 @10 am
Hostile Terrain 94 Workshop
Exhibition
WSU Pullman - Holland Library

This interactive exhibition is comprised of approximately 3,800 handwritten toe tags representing migrants who died trying to cross the Sonoran Desert in Arizona between the mid-1990s and 2019.

Wednesday, January 18 @4 pm
Get Involved Fair
WSU Pullman - Compton Union Building

The Get Involved Fair is one of WSU’s biggest opportunities to meet and connect with student and community organizations on campus. Free pizza will be provided!

Thursday, January 19 @11 am
Open House – Center for Student Orgs and Leadership
WSU Pullman - Compton Union Building

The Center is your campus hub for all things Student Organizations and Student Leadership. Learn how to find, start, or lead a student organization. The Center also provides free graphic design for all Registered Student Organizations (RSOs).

Thursday, January 19 @12 pm
Hostile Terrain 94 Workshop
Exhibition
WSU Pullman - Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art

This interactive exhibition is comprised of approximately 3,800 handwritten toe tags representing migrants who died trying to cross the Sonoran Desert in Arizona between the mid-1990s and 2019

Thursday, January 19 @1 pm
Hostile Terrain 94 Workshop 1/19
Exhibition
WSU Pullman - Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art

Join us for a public workshop about Hostile Terrain 94 (HT94), a participatory exhibition raising awareness about losses of life at the US-Mexico border that have occurred almost daily since 1994 as a result of the Border Patrol policy known as “Prevention Through Deterrence.”

Thursday, January 19 @7 pm
WSU Men’s Basketball at Utah
Off campus - Off Campus

Join fellow WSU alumni and friends at the Jon M. Huntsman Center to cheer on the WSU Men’s Basketball team.

Thursday, January 19 @7:30 pm
Student Recital: Kevin Melendez, flute
WSU Pullman - Bryan Hall

PROGRAM

PROGRAM NOTES

The program includes Astor Piazzolla’s iconic Histoire du Tango, Lita Grier’s Sonata for Flute and Piano, Domingo Rullo’s famous Jugo De Piña, and César Franck’s Sonata in A Major for Flute and Piano.

Friday, January 20 @5:10 pm
Guest Artist: Tiantian Liang, piano
WSU Pullman - Kimbrough Music Building

PROGRAM

Dr. Tiantian Liang, from Tennessee State University, will present a solo recital with piano works by lesser-known and popular composers. The program opens with Fantasia Fugata by Amy Beach, followed by a selection of pieces from the charming set The Year, a true gem not only among Henselt’s…

Friday, January 20 @6 pm
Las Vegas Chapter Planning Social
Off campus - Off Campus

Join us at our Las Vegas Chapter Planning Social on January 20 for the opportunity to brainstorm ideas for future events, reconnect with fellow Cougs, and learn more about how to become more engaged with WSU and the Alumni Association.

Monday, January 23 @7 pm
Banff Film Festival: Juniper Films
WSU Pullman - Compton Union Building

If you are an outdoor enthusiast or appreciate adventure films, you won’t want to miss this spectacular event! The Banff Centre Mountain Film Festival highlights the many aspects of mountain culture throughout the world. This year we are fortunate to be hosting 2 nights with 2 different film line-ups!

Tuesday, January 24 All day
Kansas City Cougs Gear
WSU Global Campus - Online

Kansas City Cougs, it’s time to stock up on exclusive Kansas City Cougar gear!

Tuesday, January 24 @11 am
ESIC-AGI SP23 Power Seminar Series: How Long is a Resilience Event in a Transmission System?: Metrics and models driven by utility data
Presentation
WSU Pullman - Electrical and Mechanical Engineering Building

Energy Systems Innovation Center and Advanced Grid Institute presents “How long is a resilience event in a transmission system?: Metrics and models driven by utility data” by Ian Dobson, Iowa State University

Overview We discuss ways to measure duration in a power transmission system resilience event by modeling outage…

Tuesday, January 24 @3 pm
Scholarship Night Hosted by OAE and SFS
Online - Commons Student Center

Come join us for Scholarship Night!
Speak with scholarship experts to receive assistance on both the General WSU Scholarship Application and other scholarship opportunities!

Tuesday, January 24 @3:30 pm
Hostile Terrain 94 Workshop 1/24
Exhibition
WSU Pullman - Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art

Join us for a public workshop about Hostile Terrain 94 (HT94), a participatory exhibition raising awareness about losses of life at the US-Mexico border that have occurred almost daily since 1994 as a result of the Border Patrol policy known as “Prevention Through Deterrence.”

Tuesday, January 24 @3:30 pm
Hostile Terrain 94 Workshop
Exhibition
WSU Pullman - Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art

This interactive exhibition is comprised of approximately 3,800 handwritten toe tags representing migrants who died trying to cross the Sonoran Desert in Arizona between the mid-1990s and 2019.

Tuesday, January 24 @7 pm
Banff Film Festival: Willow Films
WSU Pullman - Compton Union Building

If you are an outdoor enthusiast or appreciate adventure films, you won’t want to miss this spectacular event! The Banff Centre Mountain Film Festival highlights the many aspects of mountain culture throughout the world. This year we are fortunate to be hosting 2 nights with 2 different film line-ups!

Wednesday, January 25 @10 am
Hostile Terrain 94 Workshop
Exhibition
WSU Pullman - Holland Library

This interactive exhibition is comprised of approximately 3,800 handwritten toe tags representing migrants who died trying to cross the Sonoran Desert in Arizona between the mid-1990s and 2019.

Thursday, January 26 @12 pm
BPC Bites 2 – Looking Ahead at Deliverables & Tips from Past Teams
Workshop / Seminar
WSU Pullman - Commons Student Center

This event will help competitors in the WSU Business Plan Competition understand the required deliverable. Former BPC 2md Place Winner Stephen Bone will share his experience in the BPC and give advice to 2023 competitors.

Friday, January 27 @10:10 am
Preparing Your Promotion Packet — College of Veterinary Medicine
Workshop / Seminar
WSU Pullman

College of Veterinary Medicine Teaching Academy Workshop

This workshop will address how to effectively present your contributions to teaching and learning in your promotion packet. Participants will learn effective guidelines to follow and begin to apply these in showcasing their own work.

Monday, January 30 @8 am
Music Major for a Day
WSU Pullman

BE A MUSIC MAJOR FOR A DAY!

The Washington State University School of Music would like to invite prospective students and their parents/guardians to its Spring 2022 MUSIC MAJOR FOR A DAY open house. Join us in experiencing a day in the life of a WSU music student. This…

Monday, January 30 @9 am
Components of Success Within Health Sciences — Focused Mentoring Programs
Online - Online

Faculty attrition is a significant concern within the health sciences. Lack of mentorship has been identified as an important barrier to career development and satisfaction within academia. Despite the evidence that mentoring is important, formal programs within the health sciences are not widespread or vary greatly in content and structure. This session will outline programmatic components and structural features associated with success and provide insight for the development of faculty mentoring programs within the health sciences.

Monday, January 30 @5 pm
Net Zero Law in Washington: Implications for Design and Construction
Lecture
WSU Pullman - Goertzen Hall

Steve Austin is a faculty member in the School of Design and Construction who has researched and lectured on the connection between design, construction and climate issues for over 15 years. His professional experience includes work as an award-winning city and regional planner, urban designer, land use attorney, community organizer and university professor. Steve currently teaches landscape architecture, urban planning, and construction law at Washington State University in Pullman which is a topic he will cover in this lecture.

Monday, January 30 @6 pm
Bill Bolick Jazz Night
WSU Pullman - Kimbrough Music Building

Annual performance honoring the legacy of a local high school jazz teacher. Several area high school jazz bands will perform along with an honor band comprising area students from the various schools.

Tuesday, January 31 All day
Arizona Cougs – Coug gear is back!
Online - Online

Arizona Cougs, our online store for exclusive Arizona Coug gear is back by popular demand! Purchase your shirt(s) by visiting the WSU Alumni Association website before the deadline on Tuesday, January 31.

Tuesday, January 31 @7:30 am
Wake Up with Research: Climate Change
Online - Online

Wake Up with Research is a hybrid forum where WSU researchers share science with the community. Learn from our researchers as they discover and untangle complex problems to enrich quality of life for us all.

Tuesday, January 31 @11 am
AGI SP23 Power Seminar Series: Attack Graph Driven Cyber-Physical System (CPS) Resilience Assessment
Presentation
WSU Pullman - Electrical and Mechanical Engineering Building

Resilience assessment of cyber-physical energy systems (CPESs), such as the electric power grid, is a critical operation to maintain availability, reliability, and quality of service in the presence of persistent threats from malicious cyber actors. This talk will present Hybrid Attack Graph (HAG), to provide a flexible and efficient approach to generating attack sequences for the CPSs. Real-world attack scenarios will be discussed to highlight simulation-driven, graph-based approaches for CPS resiliency experimentations.

Tuesday, January 31 @12 pm
Hostile Terrain 94 Workshop
Exhibition
WSU Pullman - Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art

This interactive exhibition is comprised of approximately 3,800 handwritten toe tags representing migrants who died trying to cross the Sonoran Desert in Arizona between the mid-1990s and 2019.

Tuesday, January 31 @12 pm
Hostile Terrain 94 Workshop 1/31
Exhibition
WSU Pullman - Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art

Join us for a public workshop about Hostile Terrain 94 (HT94), a participatory exhibition raising awareness about losses of life at the US-Mexico border that have occurred almost daily since 1994 as a result of the Border Patrol policy known as “Prevention Through Deterrence.”