Show us your skills as you capture the beauty of the outdoors! The Outdoor Photography Contest and Exhibit is an annual event sponsored by WSU’s Outdoor Recreation Center and Student Entertainment Board. This contest is open to any amateur photographers.Find out more »
Please join us at the Museum of Art/WSU for the exhibition Jim Dine: A life in Printmaking, celebrating the unique vision of one of the most important American printmakers of our time.Find out more »
Students interested in studying abroad are invited to attend Education Abroad Scholarship workshop. During this workshop, topics discussed will be how to structure your scholarship essays, what to included, what to avoid, as well as some techniques to use when writing your essays to increase your chances of receiving an award. While this isFind out more »
A WSU Common Reading event – FREE for WSU students!
“La Causa” tells the story of Marta Hernandez, the daughter of Mexican American migrant workers, and her life-changing involvement in the farmworkers’ movement led by Cesar Chavez in the 1960s and ’70s, which fought for civil rights and battled racism and indecent working conditions.Find out more »
Poverty Awareness Week is coming up November 15–21, 2015, and the Center for Civic Engagement is looking for individuals, student groups, classes, and community partners who are interested in helping plan the week. If you or your group is interested in sponsoring anFind out more »