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8 am
Music Major for a Day
WSU Pullman


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…

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.

5 pm
Net Zero Law in Washington: Implications for Design and Construction
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.

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.