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Tuesday, October 3 @12:10 pm
WSU Spokane Town Hall
Spokane Academic Center - WSU Spokane

In addition to exciting updates about the system, this town hall will provide a unique opportunity for the WSU community to engage in Q&A with university leadership. WSU Spokane students, faculty, and staff are invited to submit their questions in advance and participate in the discussion.

Tuesday, October 10 @10 am
Finding Funding as a Grad Student

Which federal and non-federal sponsors are interested in funding your idea? Learn the ins and outs of searching the Pivot database for funding opportunities specific to your area of research. Office of Research Advancement and Partnerships Pivot expert, Emily Brashear, will help you set up notifications, track funding opportunities, find collaborators, and share opportunities with your coworkers. This session will be targeted for Graduate Students but will be open to anyone who is interested

Wednesday, October 11 @4 pm
WGSS 2023 InQueery Symposium–After the Tipping Point: Trans Histories & Archives
Conference / Symposium

Join WGSS and the LGBTQ+ Center on Wednesday, October 11, for InQueery 2023–“After the Tipping Point: Trans Histories & Archives.” The symposium will feature student presentations and Associate Professor Dr. Hil Malatino (Pennsylvania State University), whose keynote is entitled “Pure Potential: Reed Erickson and the Trans Twentieth Century.”

Thursday, October 12 @8 am
English Dept Webinar: “Killjoys at Work” by Dr. Sara Ahmed

The Department of English at WSU invites you to its Fall 2023 Webinar titled “Killjoys at Work” by renowned scholar of queer, feminist, and critical race studies Dr. Sara Ahmed. This webinar is sponsored by the David G. Pollart Center for Arts and Humanities (CAH).

Thursday, October 12 @4:30 pm
Thelma L. Cleveland Visiting Scholar Lecture & Community Reception
Off Campus

“Keeping the Humanity in Health Care”
The WSU College of Nursing welcomes co-author of the New York Times best-selling In an Instant: A Family’s Journey of Love and Healing, Lee Woodruff. Lee garnered critical acclaim for the compelling and humorous chronicle of her family’s journey to recovery following her husband Bob’s roadside bomb injury in Iraq. Appearing publicly and on national television since the February 2007 publication of their book, the couple has helped put a face on the serious issue of traumatic brain injury among returning Iraq and Afghanistan war veterans, as well as the millions of Americans who live with this often invisible, but life-changing affliction.

Monday, October 16 @5:45 pm
Pediatric Behavioral Health Panel
WSU Spokane

An interdisciplinary audience will be able to ask panelists about the role of various providers in the support of children experiencing behavioral health adversity.

Wednesday, October 18 @7:30 am
Rise and shine: The science of sleep for a healthier you

Join us virtually for Wake Up with Research and start your day with a brain boost as we explore the vital connection between sleep and your well-being! Hear from WSU Health Sciences experts as they present the latest cutting-edge research on sleep’s impact on your health and productivity.

Wednesday, October 18 @3 pm
WSU Policy Prohibiting Discrimination and Harassment

This webinar is open to anyone, but is targeted to students, to share information about the WSU Policy Prohibiting Discrimination and Harassment. The webinar will define prohibited behaviors, demonstrate how to report misconduct, and provide detailed information about WSU’s grievance procedures.

Thursday, October 26 @10 am
Foundations of Community Engagement

Not sure where to start with community engagement? Join staff from the WSU Center for Civic Engagement (CCE) to learn the basics, including how to identify and develop mutually beneficial relationships with community partners. The CCE maintains a database of 1,000 community partners affiliated with Washington State University and can provide guidance in collaborating with partners to develop your community engaged research.

Thursday, October 26 @2 pm
Hazing Prevention Open Campus Discussion

This is our first Open Campus Discussion around Hazing Prevention, and we hope that it provides insight into the topic and open dialogue around hazing and our commitment as a campus and community to prevent it.