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  • Man wearing protective gear and holding tongs. Solving Nuclear Waste Challenges

    WSU and the U.S. Department of Energy’s Office of River Protection collaborate to train students to solve critical environmental challenges in nuclear waste clean-up.

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  • Voiland College students pose with their life-size game of Operation project. Body Building

    Life-size ‘Operation’ game provides students with real-word learning experience.

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In the News

  • Business Policies & Procedures Manual revision

    The following BPPM policies are revised: 10.20 Improper Governmental Actions (Whistleblower Program) 90.05 Release of Public Records For a summary of the changes, see BPPM Revision #627.

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  • Bite-Size Book Club: Q&A with author Dave Mitchell

    Join us for this unique system-wide opportunity to interact with fellow readers, engage in perspectives, and hear more from Dave Mitchell, the author of our spring series selection, The Power of Understanding Yourself. For over 25 years, Mitchell has delivered light-hearted presentations surrounding communication styles, conflict resolution, and interpersonal relationships through his “laugh and learn” style. With […]

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  • Nominate your colleague for the Crimson Spirit Award

    Do you have a colleague or know a current WSU faculty or staff member who provides exceptional service, exceeds expectations, and represents WSU well to internal and external constituencies? Nominate them for a Crimson Spirit Award! Period two nominations are being accepted now through July 12. The nomination form and more information about the award are available […]

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  • Tomorrow: Exclusive tour at the art museum with Walla Walla Foundry president

    On May 23, 3–4 p.m., Jonathan Follett, president of Walla Walla Foundry, will discuss iconic art fabrication, starting with Mine Camp (1991) by Edward and Nancy Reddin Kienholz. The Foundry, now a top global art fabricator, showcases bronze fragments and a replica of Mine Camp in the exhibition Beyond Hope: Kienholz and the Inland Northwest until June 29, 2024. Originally […]

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  • ‘Crucial Accountability’ book review: spring series

    Behind the problems that routinely plague our organizations and families, you’ll find individuals who are either unwilling or unable to deal with broken promises. Colleagues break a rule, coworkers miss a deadline, friends fail to live up to commitments (or just plain behave badly), and nobody says a word. Nobody holds anyone accountable. With repeated […]

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  • Community forum on Title IX changes

    Washington State University (WSU) community members are invited to attend an online community forum to learn about recent federal changes to Title IX that will impact WSU. Title IX is the federal law prohibiting sex discrimination in programs receiving federal financial assistance. The U.S. Department of Education published new regulatory requirements for Title IX which include specific rights […]

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