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Monday, April 8 @1 pm
Publishing Panel
Careers / Jobs
WSU Pullman - Avery Hall

Guest speakers Mia Gleason of Tule Publishing and Katie Reed of Andrea Hurst & Associates Literary Agency—both of whom are seeking undergraduate WSU student interns for Fall 2024–will share overviews of their respective roles in the publishing industry, then describe what an internship with their company might look like. Q&A to follow, and a sign-up sheet for interested students pursuing the Editing & Publishing Certificate and hoping to apply for internships will be provided.

Tuesday, April 9 @1 pm
Association for Faculty Women and Professional Development Initative Collaborative Event: Making Strategic Decisions for Your Academic Career
Workshop / Seminar
Online - Online

In this collaborative event with the Association for Faculty Women (AFW), you’ll learn how to advocate for yourself in academics, set healthy boundaries, and make strategic decisions to help you reach your goals and succeed in your academic career. This panel event will include members of the AFW and other faculty, staff, and students across WSU. Hear stories about personal growth and learn from others about maneuvering academia.

Thursday, April 11 @4 pm
VCEA Student Excellence Awards
Careers / Jobs
WSU at Olympic College, Bremerton - Compton Union Building

Join us for the 2024 Voiland College of Engineering and Architecture Student Excellence Awards. This ceremony will recognize outstanding students from across the college, followed by a reception that also features a student poster session.

Monday, April 15 @4:10 pm
MFA Candidate Artist Talks
WSU Pullman - Fine Arts Building

Join us for a series of short artist talks from current first and second-year MFA graduate students discussing their work and process, in conjunction with ART 598 Graduate Semina

Monday, April 29 All day
Sweat the Stress
Exercise / Fitness
WSU Pullman - Student Recreation Center

Attend free fitness classes during finals week to help bust stress! Exercise (and fun!) are proven to aid concentration and memory.