Student Involvement

Upcoming Events

Semana de la Raza Week

February 20- February 25

·         Mon. (2/20) – United with Food @Emsminger Pavilion (3-6pm)

·         Tues. (2/21) – Latino Resistance Through Activism 101 @ Todd 230 (6-9pm)

·         Wed. (2/22) – Fighting Something Hidden @ Todd 307 (5-7pm)

·         Thurs. (2/23) – United Farm Workers 101 w/Yakima Panelists @ Butch’s Den (5-7pm)

·         Fri. (2/24) – Chicano(a) Art Lecture w/Maria Esther Fernandez @ Daggy Hall (7-10pm)

·         Sat. (2/25) – 38th Annual Gabriel Cardenas Scholarship Banquet @ CUB Senior Ballroom (6-9pm)


ASWSU: Multicultural Fundraising Banquet

February 28

CUB Senior Ballroom 


SEB Presents: Sketch Wednesday

March 1

12:00 PM- 2:00 PM l CUB Gallery 


iHeartPullman

March 3rd

CUB l 6:00 pm- 10:00 pm

Benefit Concert featuring: Allen Stone, Tyrone Wells, and Tommy Simmons 

Tickets on sale now- Students $20 and Public $25

Silent auction, photos, pizza and beer garden 


2017 WSU President's Award Nominations/Applications Now Open

March 10th

2017 WSU President’s Award Nominations and Applications Now Open

     Do you know an outstanding student, student group, faculty member, staff member, or community organization? You are invited to honor their leadership by nominating them today for the 2017 WSU President’s Award for Leadership. Student recipients are eligible to apply for the $1,000 Virginia E. Thomas scholarship, and all award recipients are honored at the annual Leadership and Engagement Awards of Distinction (LEAD) ceremony on April 18, 2017 at 5 PM.

     Since 1996, the President’s Award has been an honor bestowed annually to students and others who advance leadership and engagement at WSU and beyond. Recipients of this prestigious award demonstrate exceptional leadership and service to the university and the community or support leadership development and engagement of WSU students. The 2017 award categories are student, student group, faculty or staff, and community organization.

     To select the awardees, a committee of faculty, staff and students will review applicants by considering each within the framework of the Social Change Model of Leadership Development, specifically with respect to these qualities: consciousness of self, congruence, commitment, collaboration, common purpose, controversy with civility, citizenship, and change. Students must complete an application and submit two letters of recommendation for consideration. Individuals nominating students have the option of attaching a letter of recommendation when submitting their nomination.

     The LEAD event and President’s Award are presented in partnership by Student Involvement, the Center for Civic Engagement, GPSA, and ASWSU.

Visit lead.wsu.edu to learn more, and click here complete a nomination or application.


Applications of the 2017 WSU Presidents Award Due

March 10th

 

To select the awardees, a committee of faculty, staff and students will review applicants by considering each within the framework of the Social Change Model of Leadership Development, specifically with respect to these qualities: consciousness of self, congruence, commitment, collaboration, common purpose, controversy with civility, citizenship, and change. Students must complete an application and submit two letters of recommendation for consideration.


Leadership Legacy Celebration

April 9th

Celebrate Emerging Leaders, Crimson Leadership VIP, Leadership WSU cohort members, as well as our Alternative Spring Break attendees, Student Leaders of the Month recipients, and our Cougar Leadership Team staff!



Leadership and Engagement Awards of Distinction

April 18th

Leadership and Engagement Awards of Distinction Ceremony