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Friday, September 1 All day
College Colors Day
WSU System-wide

Share your spirit and wear your crimson & gray!
Across the United States students, parents, family, faculty, fans, and alumni will show their school pride and celebrate College Colors Day.

Tuesday, September 5 @3 pm
COACHE Faculty Satisfaction Survey Town Hall

Laura Hill (Senior Vice Provost), Doug Call (Incoming Senior Vice Provost), and Catherine Cooper (Associate Dean for Faculty, College of Arts and Sciences) will be hosting a virtual Town Hall to discuss the COACHE Faculty Satisfaction Survey on September 5. The discussion will focus on sharing the results of the survey and include a dedicated question-and-answer session. The meeting will be recorded and available on our website following the event.

Monday, September 11 @1 pm
Faculty Notification Letter Workshop: Understanding Student Accommodations

WSU Pullman Access Center is facilitating a virtual workshop to help faculty understand notification letters received when a student requests their accommodations. Learn more about the steps you can take to provide successful accommodations to Cougs. This workshop will provide a general overview our of faculty notification letter

Monday, September 11 @5:30 pm
9/11 Day of Service Workshop

9/11 is a National Day of Service and Remembrance. Join staff from the WSU Center for Civic Engagement (CCE) to learn more about the CCE and how to navigate GivePulse to find opportunities to get involved and make a positive impact in your community.

Tuesday, September 12 @5 pm
How to Stay Safe Online Presented by the Crimson Service Desk

Want to know how to keep yourself safe online? Join us on September 12th at 5 p.m. PST to get tips from Rebecca Solen and Dolan Valenzuela from WSU’s Crimson Service Desk on a number of topics! Learn how to report potential phishing emails, be aware of phishing emails, prevent hackers from getting into your online accounts, and many more useful tips! We want to make sure that our Global Campus students understand internet safety.

Tuesday, September 19 @6 pm
Conducting Independent Research as a Global Campus Student
WSU System-wide

Hear from the Director of the Office of Undergraduate Research (Dr. Jeremy Lessmann) and the Director of the Online Psychology Degree Program (Dr. Lee Daffin) who ALSO mentors Global campus undergraduates in research.

Thursday, September 21 @9 am
Don’t Leave a Mess: How to Disaster-Proof Your Family Legacy

When families cannot discuss money, it can have negative consequences for everyone involved. It is important to recognize that building, managing, and transitioning wealth are three distinct processes. Once you have successfully built your business and invested significant amounts of time and money into it, it is worthwhile to consider what kind of legacy you want to leave behind.

Thursday, September 21 @5 pm
Researching Remotely: Using the WSU Libraries as a Global Campus Student
WSU System-wide

Join Online Learning Librarian, Jen Saulnier Lange, to learn about how you can use the WSU Libraries to do research for SURCA, what services the WSU Libraries provide to Global Campus students, and how to find subject-specific resources to carry out your research.

Tuesday, September 26 @6:30 pm
Career Resources for Global Campus Students

Join Global Campus Career Advisor, Chris Miller, for a webinar as he walks you through the career resources and services available to Global Campus students.

Thursday, September 28 @1:30 pm
Making headlines: promoting research in the media

Not all studies work well in the media, but some novel, impactful research can make big headlines, bringing important findings to a wide audience – if they’re presented in an accessible way. Join WSU Science Writer Sara Zaske for a short presentation on press releases followed by a Q&A discussion with a panel of journalists whose work has appeared in the Washington Post, NBC News, Geekwire, Science Friday, and the New Scientist, among other outlets.