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Spokane scholarship fund opens to students at WSU Spokane

Students at WSU Spokane as well as those at Gonzaga University and Whitworth University are now eligible for a Spokane scholarship given to assist young mothers.

Historically, the Vivian Winston Scholarship from the Women Helping Women Fund in Spokane was given only to young mothers attending Eastern Washington University and the Community Colleges of Spokane.

Awards have historically ranged from $1,500 to $4,000. Applications must be submitted online by March 16.

UPDATED: Finalized version of Colleague Evaluation of Faculty Classroom Teaching available

Finalized version of Colleague Evaluation of Faculty Classroom Teaching is now available on the intranet: Please use this form when you are seeking or providing peer teaching evaluation. The form is designed to be nimble enough to apply to different teaching platforms – live face to face, hybrid, online, and/or guest lectures.

Recent payroll fraud cases discovered on Monday – check your account

We have had a few direct deposit fraud cases come to light today. We are pursuing resolution on those. We are not expecting more but wanted to encourage all employees, as always, to ensure they received their pay today. Employees can check their bank accounts to see their direct deposit or look in myWSU to verify that their account number is correct on their earnings statements.

Rick Grunewald

Associate Director, Payroll Services
Washington State University
236 French Administration Building
Pullman, WA 99164-1024
Phone: (509) 335-2014 | Fax: (509) 335-1472

Kirk Schulz

President Schulz to deliver State of the University address March 27

The WSU community statewide is invited to attend President Kirk Schulz’s annual State of the University address and reception, Tuesday, March 27 from 3:10-5:10 p.m. in Bryan Hall auditorium. The address, which is one of WSU’s 2018 Showcase activities, will be livestreamed for those unable to attend in person.

The past year has been marked by remarkable achievements across the University’s statewide enterprise. From record-breaking enrollment to major steps forward in advancing health care, from unparalleled success in the athletic arena to WSU’s growing presence in the Puget Sound area, there is much to celebrate.

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Changing Midterm Grades for Spring 2018

Undergraduate Faculty

Changing Grades: Change the approval status to NOT REVIEWED to change any grade, once the new grade is entered, change approval status to APPROVED and click SAVE when you are finished changing the grades. The message “You have successfully submitted your midterm grades” displays again.

Deadline to Submit Midterm Grades via myWSU Wednesday, February 28th, 2018 by 5:00pm

Midterm grades will not be accepted by the Registrar’s Office after the deadline of February 28th 2018 at 5:00pm. Instructors not submitting grades by the deadline are encouraged to communicate progress directly to the student.

Faculty, save the date for Faculty Crimson Club

Faculty, please save the date for the following event:

WHAT: Faculty Crimson Club, an opportunity to network and socialize with colleagues and Provost Dan Bernardo.

WHERE: Pharmaceutical and Biomedical Sciences Building Lobby

WHEN: Thursday, March 8, 5-6:30 p.m.

INFO: Hors d’oeuvres will be served, and wine and beer will be available

RSVP: Please RSVP by March 6 to Kristina Peterson-Wilson at, or (509) 335-5581.


Need an extra toner for your printer?

Sally Hasher has three avaialble if anyone needs one:

1: HP 92A, fits HP 1100-3200 Series Laserjet Printers
4: HP 03A, fits HP 5P, 5MP, 6P and 6MP Laserjet Printers
3: HP 13A, fits HP 1300 Laserjet Printers

Information for All Advisors

Nurse residency programs for new graduates are competitive. Portland area is really tight with many nursing programs. We do not request practicum spots in the Vancouver area. There are multiple new graduate residency programs around the state, with many spots in Seattle/Tacoma area hospital systems, and also an ambulatory care residency at Kaiser. We discuss acute care and community opportunities in S2 (Nursing 409) with the students. The majority have jobs within 6 months, with more students having jobs secured by graduation than in past years. Students holding out for a specific hospital/specialty may have a delay, as do those moving out of state.
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