Town Halls 2019
A closer look: The 2019-2020 academic year
A number of opportunities—as well as challenges—face the University during the current academic year.
System strategic planning. Campus climate and culture priorities. Workday. Diversity, equity, and inclusion implementation. The next steps in restoring the University’s fiscal health.
What does all of this mean to you and your department?
Talk all things WSU with president, provost
Updates about these and similar topics will be the focus of Town Halls 2019, a series of 18 informal get-togethers hosted this fall by President Kirk Schulz and new Provost and Executive Vice President Mitzi Montoya.
The president and provost will make a brief presentation at each town hall before engaging in a dialogue with meeting attendees.
Attend town hall most convenient for your schedule
The upcoming sessions mark the fourth consecutive fall the president and provost will participate in 15 or more town halls involving each campus, college, and major administrative unit. Upwards of 1,000 faculty, staff, and students typically attend the meetings.
Community members are welcome to attend the town hall most convenient for their schedule. Selected town halls (to be determined) will be livestreamed.
Town hall schedule
Tiered lecture hall, room 102
College of Arts and Sciences
Compton Union Building, Jr. Ballroom
Honors College and Division of Academic Engagement and Student Achievement
Honors Hall Lounge
Department of Athletics
Second floor, Martin Stadium
Elson S. Floyd College of Medicine
College of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences
College of Nursing
(Join via Zoom from Yakima. Meeting ID: 150 654 351)
WSU Health Sciences Spokane (general campus)
College of Veterinary Medicine
Bustad Hall, room 145
Carson College of Business
Todd Hall, room 268
9:00-10:00 a.m., East Auditorium, room 266
Voiland College of Engineering and Architecture
Engineering Teaching/Research Building, room 101
College of Agricultural, Human, and Natural Resource Sciences
Biotechnology/Life Sciences Building, room 402
(Join via Zoom from any location. Meeting ID: 751 710 289)
SPARK, room 45
Faculty, staff, students not affiliated with an academic college
College of Education
Education Addition 308
Murrow College of Communication
Goertzen Hall, room 21
Dengerink Administration Building, room 110
Submit your question in advance
Do you have a question you’d like President Schulz or Provost Montoya to answer during the town hall your unit will host? Please use this form to submit your question.