Go Cougs!

India Dykes and Gunnar Sly each received $7,500 Barry M. Goldwater Scholarship and Excellence in Education Foundation awards.

Voiland College recognized outstanding students, faculty and staff at its annual convocation ceremony on April 15.

Colton Alexander, Ben Drinnon, and Reed Martin, led by Professor Marvin Pitts, are working on a hydrofoil prototype for their senior capstone project.

Watch Danielle Hurley, Shelby Sullivan, John Adams, Noit Manochamnong, Brandon Fullmer, and Michael Hatfield compete in the WSU Business Plan Competition on Thursday, April 29:
Final Presentation Round Webinar Registration (2:00-5:00pm) and
Awards Webinar Registration (6:00-7:00pm).

John Michael Najarian, Claire Jackson, Madelynn Zadzora, Melisa Gizem Ates, Patrick Robichaud, Kellen Traxel, Renee Peterson, and Yu-Chung Chang were among this year’s President’s Award recipients.


Events

Tuesday, April 27 @ 11 AM

AGI-ESIC Seminar: Networked microgrids as decarbonization and resiliency resources by Dr. Kevin Schneider, PNNL, and Gowtham Kandaperumal, WSU

Saturday, May 1 @ 10 AM

Volunteers Needed! WSU Pullman Drive-Through Graduation Celebration.
Help us celebrate our Coug Grads by volunteering! We need volunteers to help line the route (safely distanced & masked) and cheer on our Cougs as they drive through campus. Bring your Coug spirit and we’ll provide the signs and tell you where to stand. Faculty, staff, and students can be part of the fun. Sign up to volunteer.

Saturday, May 1 @ 6 PM

WSU Bremerton Virtual Order of the Engineer Ceremony:
Please join us on Saturday, May 1, from 6 pm to 7:30 pm to watch the event on YouTube Live!

Thursday, May 6 @ 6 PM

Top Ten Senior Awards Ceremony

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Opportunities

WSU President’s Teaching Academy – Deadlines Approach!

The Washington State University President’s Teaching Academy has set May application deadlines for two new awards recognizing faculty efforts—the Outstanding Publication in the Scholarship of Teaching in Higher Education Award and the Teaching Conference Registration Award.

May 1 is the deadline for applications for the Teaching Conference Registration Award, while the deadline is May 15 for the Outstanding Publication in the Scholarship of Teaching in Higher Education Award. Details on these as well as university-level grants and awards are online.

Canvas to Replace Blackboard Fall 2021

Information Technology Services, Academic Outreach and Innovation, and WSU Faculty Senate are pleased to announce that Canvas will be WSU’s sole Learning Management System beginning Fall 2021.

WSU’s Blackboard access will expire on Aug 21. In preparation for this, users who want to export Blackboard course data should contact migrationhelp@wsu.edu now to begin the migration before Blackboard becomes unavailable. Learn what other actions you need to make and what resources are available for this transition.


Graduate Student Opportunities

NGFP Graduate Fellowship Program

NGFP Graduate Fellowship Program Virtual Session – Tuesday, April 27 @ 3 PM.

For 25 years, the National Nuclear Security Administration (NNSA) Graduate Fellowship Program (NGFP) has been developing the next generation of leaders in national security. Come learn more about the program and ask any questions you may have.

Science Communication Fellowship Program

SCN’s unique Science Communication Fellowship Program is now accepting applications for our 9-month program beginning in September 2021.

The Science Communication Fellowship program trains future scientific leaders to engage with journalists and the public about rapidly evolving research associated with environmental health research and green chemistry — and where those fields intersect. The program is specially designed for early career PhD scientists in green chemistry/engineering and the environmental health sciences.

Graduate Society of Women Engineers (GradSWE)

The Society of Women Engineers (SWE) is a nationally recognized professional, educational, non-profit, and service organization dedicated to promoting interest in and encouraging women to pursue science and engineering fields. WSU GradSWE is the graduate student faction of the Washington State University SWE section. We are a diverse support community for graduate women in engineering and undergraduate women interested in pursuing graduate studies in engineering.

With the interest of women’s personal and professional development in graduate studies, we seek to offer the resources they need to excel in their advanced degrees and successfully transition to their desired careers.

To learn more, visit Grad SWE Washington State University or the WSU GradSWE – Facebook Group.

Additional Opportunities

More opportunities for VCEA graduate students.


Be Safe Cougs

WSU COVID-19 Information

Visit WSU’s website to get the latest information and resources on WSU’s COVID-19 testing and response.

Caring for Self, Caring for Others – Resources

Self-care is more important than ever. Caring for others adds an additional layer of complexity, but self-care continues to remain paramount. Please use these resources to help you on your self-care journey.

Return to Campus

Voiland College is under the directive that if you can work effectively from home, then you should work from home. For those who cannot work effectively from home and who intend on resuming work on campus, there are some important steps to take prior to transitioning.