From September 22 to 27 come and join the WSU Tri-Cities 25th Anniversary Celebration. Admission is free.
About Washington State University Tri-Cities
Founded in 1989, WSU Tri-Cities is one of the four campuses in the WSU system. The main campus in Pullman was founded in 1890 and is Washington’s original land-grant university with a mission of improving quality of life. The other two urban campuses are located in Spokane and Vancouver.
Schedule of Events
Monday, September 22
Unveiling of the WSU Tri-Cities History Timeline Chancellor H. Keith Moo-Young unveils the WSU Tri-Cities History Timeline. East Auditorium, noon.
Tuesday, September 23
Sam Volpentest lecture Featured speaker C. Mark Smith, nationally recognized leader in the field of economic development, author of “Community Godfather: How Sam Volpentest shaped the history of Hanford and the Tri-Cities.” East Auditorium, 7 p.m.
Wednesday, September 24
Success in Sports lectureFeatured speaker Mike Williamson, new head coach of the Tri-City Americans hockey team, will share a coach’s perspective on success and community outreach. West Atrium, 10–11 a.m.
Thursday, September 25
Night with the Arts Festivities include four separate art exhibitions, performances by the Mid-Columbia Symphony and local bands, performance artists, and delicious refreshments. East, West & CIC buildings, 6–8 p.m.
Friday, September 26
WSU Tri-Cities Reception An evening learning about the new vision of WSU Tri-Cities. By invitation only.
Saturday, September 27
Coug Jubilee A day full of family friendly fun – open-house for prospective students, a showcase of research done by WSU Tri‑Cities faculty and students, outreach programs, student organization and financial aid advisor booths, mini-sports camps, food, and live music! East, West, & CIC buildings & outside, 9 a.m.–2 p.m.
For more information please call 509-372-7264 or go to http://www.tricity.wsu.edu/celebrate/Posted by Colleen D. Lane on