Washington State University Events
Memento: Selected Works from the Elwood Collections will be the first chance since the turn of the century to more fully research and exhibit one of the prized collections at the Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art at Washington State University.
Artist and Washington State University alumnus, Michael Schultheis finds dynamic synergies in the languages of math and art.
In their art, they share a commitment to abstraction, not only as a means of powerful image making, but also as a politically conscious act. In their depictions…
Swim the Pac-12 is a challenge to motivate swimmers of all levels to move to the pools for fitness. Participants can water walk, aqua-jog, or swim their way through the challenge – the main point is to get in the water and enjoy the benefits of swimming!
As a follow up to the 2019 WSU Qualtrics Summit, we are having a second Qualtrics open lab this month. Bring some questions and Qualtrics projects you would like help with.
Join us on the Pullman Campus in ITB 2025 or online Friday, February 22, 2019 at 9:30 am.
Soprano Clare Sullivan, in collaboration with pianist Sophia Turnbull. This concert is open to the public and without charge.
In a live session that is sure to pack a punch, UREC Instructors Mykala and Katie will guide you through non-contact boxing drills, which include strength training and cardio. All fitness levels and experiences welcome and no equipment needed!
Join us for a pre-hackathon mixer, where majors from across campus will collaborate, mingle, and discuss possible project ideas.
Software Engineer Brenden Niedermeyer of Expeditors will lead a tech talk on IoT (Internet of Things).
New music faculty, Mark Stevens, presents a program that explores modern American piano repertoire from the middle 20th century to music from the past decade.