WSU college, workers and college students from the School of Arts and Sciences, the Honors School and the Division of Educational Engagement and Pupil Achievement are invited to hitch President Kirk Schulz and Provost and Government Vice President Elizabeth Chilton on Oct. 29 for digital city halls.
The Honors-DAESA city corridor is from noon-1 p.m. whereas the School of Arts and Sciences city corridor takes place from 4-5 p.m.
Among the many matters to be mentioned:
- Implementation of the WSU system strategic plan
- Ramped up efforts to create a extra numerous, equitable, and inclusive surroundings system-wide
- Current accomplishments by Honors, DAESA and CAS
Following their opening remarks, the president and provost will take part in a question-and-answer interval with assembly attendees. Questions may be submitted prematurely.
Oct. 29 city halls
School of Arts and Sciences
See the complete schedule of town halls and video recordings of the previous meetings for extra particulars.
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