GroupsAll Affiliates of WWU (University Church, University Bookstore, University Health Clinic, and Sodexo employees) Billings Faculty and Staff Billings Students College Place Faculty College Place Staff College Place Students Missoula Faculty and Staff Missoula Students Portland Faculty and Staff Portland Students
If you are looking for education related to your retirement planning strategy, have questions about recent retirement changes, or want to learn more about the importance of saving, our Empower Retirement representative is here to help! Schedule a half-hour meeting with our plan representative, Marula Blue, by contacting Laura Boyd at ext. 2820.
The HR Department is excited to host a winter art class taught by Chloe Congleton! Class times are 6-9 pm on February 24, 26 and March 4, 6 in the WWVA Art classroom. There is a maximum of 15 people per class, spouses are welcome, and children are invited on kids nights. To sign up, go here: https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1TAXL6ex6G-1V7DH2fLf1_0hOwrwDZKtA52TxcaVMEZA/edit?usp=sharing.
We are hosting a Personal Financial Wellness workshop open to all faculty and staff. There will be three sessions each day, repeated the following day at different times to allow as many people as possible to attend. This is a great way to get an idea of your financial health, so please sign up here for all the sessions you would like to attend: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/PersonalFinance2019.
The annual WWU voice student recital features famous songs from movies! The singers are students of Dr. Christine Janis, and the pianist for the program is Dr. Kraig Scott. Plan to join us for a walk through the musical world of cinema.
Dr. Aamodt will trace the relationship between religious music of African-Americans and their white contemporaries, from African melodies and shape-note singing to black spirituals and white spirituals to gospel and freedom songs. Musicians included in the talk are the McIntosh County Shouters, Paul Robeson, the Freedom Singers, Aretha Franklin, and others. History Dept. Colloquium credit offered.
The legendary CABL Cabining trip is coming up in just two short weeks and the price has been reduced! That means its time to sign up and reserve your spot for good food, great games, and a fun time with friends in the snow! Follow the link: https://wwuform.formstack.com/forms/cabl_cabining. Questions? email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org
Scholarship applications for the 2019-20 school year are available at https://wallawalla.edu/awards. The form will be open until 5 p.m. on Friday, February 22. No late submissions will be accepted, so apply today!