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Party with a purpose at CougsFirst! where you'll find screaming' deals for products and services, business networking, and a pool of talented business professionals. See more information and details here.Find out more »
The 5k course takes runners on the Centennial Trail around campus. The race begins at 9 a.m. with registration and check-in beginning at 8 a.m. See more information here and how to register.Find out more »
All are welcome to attend the Inland Northwest Research Symposium on Tuesday, April 23. The symposium will be held on the WSU Spokane campus in the Center for Clinical Research & Simulation (formerly South Campus Court). See more information here.Find out more »
Staff and faculty are invited to join the celebration of excellence for staff awards (classified, AP, and group staff) and faculty. Everyone is invited to join this Chancellor's celebration.Find out more »
Second-year medical students Kiah Sullivan and Jamie Mackiewicz have organized a panel and discussion titled Immunization in the Anti-Vaxxer Era.
Panelists include local pediatricians Dr. Stephen Luber and Dr. Robert Maixner. Students, staff and faculty from all health professions are invited to attend.
Wave the flag for WSU Health Sciences and our new Gleason Institute for Neuroscience by registering for the Walk to Defeat ALS! We've created a team called Cougs for Care and Cure, and will have WSU T-shirts for walkers to wear. There is no minimum donation or fund-raising required, but any amount you raise or donate will go to a very good cause - the ALS Association. SEE ALL DETAILS HERE AND HOW TO REGISTER.Find out more »
Come share your thoughts on professional development. The Elson S. Floyd College of Medicine wants to hear from faculty and staff across all the colleges on the Health Sciences campus. The goal is to build an inter-professional program that meets your needs and helps you succeed. Bring your own lunch or snack. ESFCOM will provide beverages and sweet treats!Find out more »
Mental Health First Aid is an eight-hour course that teaches you how to help someone who may be experiencing a mental health or substance use challenge. The training helps you identify, understand and respond to signs of addictions and mental illnesses. The training is open to all faculty and staff. Space is limited. SEE MORE INFORMATION HERE.Find out more »