Events throughout the week
Dates, times, and locations may change, so please check this page frequently.
Mon., March 22
The annual Distinguished Faculty Address honors a faculty member who has risen to the front ranks of his or her discipline through achievements in research, scholarship, and teaching.
Mon., March 22–Thur., March 25
This poster session celebrates the achievements of faculty, staff, and graduate students engaged in WSU’s central mission: the advancement of scholarship, research, and the arts. Work will be online for the campus community to view.
WSU Pullman graduate and professional students present their original research, scholarship, and/or creative work while competing for $9,600 in awards.
Mon., March 22–Fri., March 26
Join us in honoring the diverse publishing achievements of WSU faculty, students, staff, alumni, and retirees. This event recognizes those who have authored/co-authored or edited a book (including ebooks) within the past year.
Tues., March 23
ONEWSU: Moving Forward
President Schulz and Provost Chilton will highlight some of the University’s most noteworthy accomplishments of the past year and discuss the future evolution of the WSU system.
Wed., March 24
In this research communication competition, doctoral students have 3 minutes to present a compelling oration on their thesis and its significance. Developed by the University of Queensland in Australia, Three-Minute Thesis (3MT®) challenges students to consolidate their ideas and research discoveries so they can present them concisely to a non-specialist audience.
Thur., March 25–Fri., March 26
An emeritus who contributes to academia, the University, the community, and mankind while in retirement delivers the annual lecture. The 2021 lecture is prerecorded for online viewing.
Fri., March 26
Join us in honoring the outstanding achievements of WSU faculty and staff. The awards program recognizes distinguished members of the University community.
Mon., March 29
Look, listen, and learn from WSU undergraduate students engaged in mentored research, scholarship, and creative activities. Freshmen through seniors in all disciplines compete for awards by sharing original contributions to their fields. The public is invited to attend.