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The WSU Presents series offers you the opportunity to participate in the intellectual life of the University. The topics are of general interest and cover a broad range of subjects, including science, art, and literature. The lectures may be seminars, invited or honorary lectures by the faculty, reports on research, or lectures by visiting scholars.
 Distinguished Faculty Address
4/1/2005    WSU Presents: Mark G. Kuzyk


 The Role of the Scholar in the Postcolonial World
3/29/2005    WSU Presents: Ngugi wa Thiong'o


 Strategic Investment, Information Technologies, and New HR Practices
3/24/2005    WSU Presents: Kathryn Shaw


 Drug Pricing: Costs and Remedies
2/24/2005    WSU Presents: David Sclar, Anthony Bonanzino


 Quality of Life in the Era of Longevity
2/24/2005    WSU Presents: Robert N. Butler, M.D.


 United States' Hegemony, Arab Oil, and the Making of Democratic Europe
2/18/2005    WSU Presents: Ellis Jay Goldberg


 Festival of Contemporary Art Music
2/12/2005    WSU Presents: David Crumb


 Faculty Composers of Contemporary Art Music
2/10/2005    WSU Presents: WSU Faculty


 The Virgin of Guadalupe: Interpreting Devotion
1/25/2005    WSU Presents: Alma Lopez


 The Contemplative Dimension of the Gospel
11/7/2004    WSU Presents: Thomas Keating


 Washington State University Jazz Festival
11/3/2004    WSU Presents: Jazz Northwest, WSU Jazz Big Band


 Globalizing Students to Take on Tomorrow's Challenges
10/13/2004    WSU Presents: Ray Cesca


 Can You Be Both a Leader and Entrepreneur?
10/6/2004    WSU Presents: Joseph P. Micatrotto


 C.A.R.E.: My Nursing Career Journey
9/23/2004    WSU Presnets: Carol Reineck


 Casting Contemporary Art
8/31/2004    WSU Presents: Mark Anderson


 Readings and Reflections on Published Works
3/2/2004    WSU Presents: Jimmy Santiago Baca


 Ice Age Art and Archeological Interpretations
3/1/2004    WSU Presents: Margaret Conkey


 Putting Ideas of Race in an Historical Context
2/25/2004    WSU Presents: Chris Friday


 Festival of Contemporary Art Music
2/21/2004    WSU Presents: Michael Gryc


 Shakespeare Meets Confucius: Leadership in an East-West Context
2/18/2004    WSU Presents: Frederick E. Peterson


 The Geology of Mars
2/5/2004    WSU Presents: John Wolff


 And the Winner Is...The 2004 Presidential Primaries
2/2/2004    WSU Presents: Travis Ridout, Ashley Grosse, and Mitch Pickerill


 Kids and Television: Which is the Consumer and Which is being
1/28/2004    WSU Presents: Erica Austin


 Becoming Evil: How Ordinary People Commit Genocide and Mass Killing
11/6/2003    WSU Presents: James Waller


 Archeological Traces of Lewis and Clark
10/21/2003    WSU Presents: Julie Stein


 Vulnerable Peoples and Global Enviromental Change
10/21/2003    WSU Presents: Roger E. Kasperson


 The Phoenix Mission to the Mars polar Regions
10/18/2003    WSU Presents: Michael H. Hecht


 The Insurance Industry in Transition
10/7/2003    WSU Presents: Mike McGavick


 Edward R. Murrow and the 21st Century Threat to Democracy
10/3/2003    WSU Presents: Frank A. Blethen


 The Business Case for Diversity
10/1/2003    WSU Presents: Gerald A. Fernandez


 Threatening Clouds Over Our Enviroment
9/25/2003    WSU Presents: Cecil Andrus


 Role of University Research and Education in National Security
8/27/2003    WSU Presents: Robert C. Bates, George Nethercut, David Crandall, Jay Davis, Leonard Peters, Victor Reis


 Can We Win the Battle of HIV/AIDS?
7/2/2003    WSU Presents: Jane Miller


 White Collar Crime Symposium
4/25/2003    WSU Presents: A Panel Discussion


 War & Words: The Challenge for Today's Journalist
4/16/2003    WSU Presents: The Murrow Symposium


 Through These Portals
4/11/2003    WSU Presents: Wayne C. MacGregor, Jr.


 The Current Bush Presidency and American Electorate
4/10/2003    WSU Presents: Gary Jacobson


 Living by Photosynthesis
4/9/2003    WSU Presents: Gerald E. Edwards


 Earning a Place at the Table; Benefit Cost Analysis Comes of Age
4/3/2003    WSU Presents: V. Kerry Smith


 Diversity: An Opportunity, Not a Challenge
3/28/2003    WSU Presents: John Brooks Slaughter


 Gender Equity: 30 Years Later
3/27/2003    WSU Presents: Sally Savage, Sue Durant, Sue Armitage, Melynda Huskey, Cindy Frederick, Virginia Thomas


 Microsoft and the Law
3/27/2003    WSU Presents: Steven Crown


 An Evening with Tom Foley
3/11/2003    WSU Presents: Tom Foley


 Who Speaks for America?
3/4/2003    WSU Presents: Louis J. Rodriquez


 Where Does Knowledge Come From?
2/28/2003    WSU Presents: Lewis R Binford


 Public Policy in an Open World
2/24/2003    WSU Presents: Philip Cerny


 Indians, Fishing, and Treaties
2/20/2003    WSU Presents: Julia Kane, Billy Frank Jr., Charles Wilkinson


 Celebrating Black History
2/18/2003    WSU Presents: Carl Mack


 As I See It
2/14/2003    WSU Presents: Leonard Pitts


 Religion in the Workplace: If, How, and When?
11/3/2002    WSU Presents: Scotty McLennan


 Readings from Published Works
10/23/2002    WSU Presents: Al Young


 Problems in the Health Care System
10/18/2002    WSU Presents: Sidney Wolfe


 The Strange Enigma of Racism in Contemporary America
10/10/2002    WSU Presents: Eduardo Bonilla-Silva


 Whose Really on First
10/1/2002    WSU Presents: Dave Pallone


 A Year After 9/11 Part 1
9/19/2002    WSU Presents: Our Nation and Society Now


 Killing the Messenger
5/23/2002    WSU Presents: Christiane Amanpour


 New York Trade Center: Reflections on the Engineering & Thoughts for the Future
5/2/2002    WSU Presents: Jon Magnusson


 Tunnel Vision: Imaging Molecules and Mapping Electron Flow
4/23/2002    WSU Presents: Kerry W. Hipps


 Forgive Us Our Press Passes: America and the Media
4/10/2002    WSU Presents: Daniel Schorr


 Winners and Losers in the World of the 21st Century
3/12/2002    WSU Presents: Joel Migdal


 Globalization: Should We Embrace, or Fear It?
10/25/2001    WSU Presents: The Foley Institute


 Woman at Risk and an Introduction to Eating Disorders
2/23/2000    WSU Presents: Linda Fearn, M.D


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