Skip to main content Skip to navigation
Wednesday, September 1 @11:10 am
Canvas Assignments and Rubrics
WSU Everett

We will cover assignment and rubric creation. We will also provide an overview of the student experience of the assignment submission and feedback review processes.

Wednesday, September 1 @3:10 pm
Canvas Gradebook
WSU Everett

We will explain different setup, filtering, and communication options. We will also show how to grade and comment on student work using the SpeedGrader. We will also provide an overview of the student view of the gradebook.

Thursday, September 2 @11:10 am
Canvas Tests and Quizzes
WSU Extension

We will review the full array of powerful question formats and setting options that allow you to precisely control and manage delivery of online assessments.

Thursday, September 2 @1:10 pm
Panopto and Canvas
WSU Everett

Learn about integration features available in Canvas including creation of Panopto assignments, linking quizzes to the gradebook, as well as ways for you and your students to share videos in Canvas.

Thursday, September 2 @4:10 pm
Physics and Astronomy colloquium featuring Dr. Ruprecht Machleidt
WSU Pullman - Webster Physical Science Building

The Department of Physics and Astronomy invites all to a colloquium featuring Dr. Ruprecht Machleidt, Distinguished Professor, University of Idaho Physics Department. Dr. Machleidt will present their talk, “The Dream of the German Atomic Bomb”.

Wednesday, September 8 @11:10 am
Panopto Basics
WSU Everett

Panopto enables instructors to capture and archive lectures, create video clips, and prepare media elements for their course. Students will be able to view archived lectures and can also create media of their own.

Thursday, September 9 @11:10 am
VoiceThread and Canvas
WSU Everett

We will show how to activate and set up VoiceThread assignments in a Canvas course. This includes setup in Canvas assignments, using the VoiceThread assignment builder tool, and an overview of Create, Comment, and Watch assignment types and grading.

Monday, September 13 @11:10 am
VoiceThread Basics
WSU Everett

VoiceThread is a tool used to engage students in meaningful conversations around media. Learn the basic features including how to create, comment, collaborate, and share with your class. Specific ideas for projects and activities using VoiceThread will also be discussed.

Monday, September 13 @3:10 pm
Career Fair Prep (Voiland College ProPEL)
WSU Pullman - Spark

You have 30 seconds to make an impression… are you ready? Prepare for the Career Expo- learn how to research employers, give your best impression, and network effectively.

Monday, September 13 @4:10 pm
CHE 598 seminar by Dr. Daniel Perea
WSU Pullman - Center for Undergraduate Education (CUE)

The liquid/solid and gas/solid interface represents a rich scientific and technological frontier for discovery and innovation in many

areas of science.

Tuesday, September 14 @1:10 pm
Panopto Basics
WSU Everett

Panopto enables instructors to capture and archive lectures, create video clips, and prepare media elements for their course. Students will be able to view archived lectures and can also create media of their own.

Wednesday, September 15 @11:10 am
VoiceThread and Canvas
WSU Everett

We will show how to activate and set up VoiceThread assignments in a Canvas course. This includes setup in Canvas assignments, using the VoiceThread assignment builder tool, and an overview of Create, Comment, and Watch assignment types and grading.

Thursday, September 16 @4:10 pm
Physics & Astronomy Colloquium – Dr. Matthew McQuinn
WSU Pullman - Webster Physical Science Building

The Department of Physics and Astronomy invites all to a colloquium featuring Dr. Matthew McQuinn, University of Washington, Associate Professor of Astronomy. Dr. McQuinn will present their talk, “Cosmology Today”,

Thursday, September 16 @4:30 pm
Career Fair Prep (Voiland College ProPEL)
WSU Pullman - Spark

You have 30 seconds to make an impression… are you ready? Prepare for the Career Expo- learn how to research employers, give your best impression, and network effectively.

Friday, September 17 @4:10 pm
PChem Seminar
WSU Pullman - Fulmer Hall

Redox state dependent confirmational changes of cytochrome P450 reductase (CPR) has previously been shown to change the diffusion of fluorescently labeled single proteins through a biomimetic of the endoplasmic reticulum.

Monday, September 20 @3:10 pm
Panopto Basics
WSU Everett

Panopto enables instructors to capture and archive lectures, create video clips, and prepare media elements for their course. Students will be able to view archived lectures and can also create media of their own. Learn about Panopto features including how to download the recorder and create and edit your videos.

Tuesday, September 21 @1:10 pm
Panopto and Canvas
WSU Everett

Learn about integration features available in Canvas including creation of Panopto assignments, linking quizzes to the gradebook, as well as ways for you and your students to share videos in Canvas.

Thursday, September 23 @1:30 pm
Real Talk Thursdays | Living in the Age of Fear
WSU Pullman - Online

In a digital age, access to painful and anxiety provoking information is often at our fingertips. Join us for a conversation on how to stay connected and engaged to the world around and within us without operating in a constant state of fear and anxiety.

Thursday, September 23 @4:10 pm
Physics & Astronomy Colloquium – Dr. Michael Koss
WSU Pullman - Webster Physical Science Building

Accreting supermassive black holes are among the most luminous sources of radiation in the Universe and are thought to play an important role in the evolution of their host galaxies.

Monday, September 27 @11:10 am
Getting Started with Canvas
WSU Everett

We will show you how to create, upload, organize, and edit content, including a review of the Rich Content Editor.

Tuesday, September 28 @1:10 pm
Canvas Assignments and Rubrics
WSU Everett

We will cover assignment and rubric creation. We will also provide an overview of the student experience of the assignment submission and feedback review processes.

Wednesday, September 29 @11:10 am
Canvas Tests and Quizzes
WSU Everett

We will review the full array of powerful question formats and setting options that allow you to precisely control and manage delivery of online assessments.

Wednesday, September 29 @4 pm
Prep for your interview (Voiland College ProPEL)
WSU Pullman - Spark

Interviewing can be scary. This workshop addresses key aspects of the interview process: preparation, interview types, what to expect, and answering the behavior-based questions.

Thursday, September 30 @1:10 pm
Canvas Gradebook
WSU Everett

We will explain different setup, filtering, and communication options. We will also show how to grade and comment on student work using the SpeedGrader. We will also provide an overview of the student view of the gradebook.

Thursday, September 30 @3:30 pm
Prep for your interview (Voiland College ProPEL)
WSU Pullman - Spark

Interviewing can be scary. This workshop addresses key aspects of the interview process: preparation, interview types, what to expect, and answering the behavior-based questions.

Thursday, September 30 @4:10 pm
Physics & Astronomy Colloquium – Dr. Andrew Steiner
WSU Pullman - Webster Physical Science Building

The Department of Physics and Astronomy invites all to a colloquium featuring Dr. Andrew Steiner, Associate Professor of the Department of Physics & Astronomy, University of Tennessee, Knoxville. Dr. Steiner will present their talk, “Multi-messenger Astronomy and the Physics of Hot and Dense Matter”.