The GPSA Community Affairs Committee was created in 2015 to enhance the relationship that GPSA has with the WSU and Pullman community. Our goal is to promote the inclusion and involvement of all graduate and professional students in all events that involve the community inside and outside of WSU. On this page, you will find resources on how to get engaged with the WSU and Pullman community including community partners and contact information, events, as well as other ways to get involved. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
GPSA Community Affairs is featuring WSU graduate and professional students that are doing research related to or making an impact on the Pullman/Moscow community. See the GPSA Community Affairs Spotlight!
Fellow STEAM Enthusiasts!
The CCE is passionate about supporting opportunities for STEAM (science, technology, engineering, art, and math) focused educational outreach to the communities throughout the Palouse. If you are interested in spreading STEAM (science, technology, engineering, art, and math) knowledge come join us!
Participants are encouraged to staff their own table and create a hands-on project that students and their families can do together. If you are not up to creating your own activity our CCE team is happy to create one for you! Also, if you are interested in participating individually that is great too!
Please contact Xingyao Chen, Group Projects Graduate Assistant at the CCE, for further details and/or to register for the event by Friday, October 11th.
Phone: (509) 335-0581
Work with a Community Partner
WSU and the CCE has transitioned to a new management system to help you get engaged in the community! Go to wsu.givepulse.com to find the right opportunity for you!
If you would like to consider a community engagement component for your course, research, or scholarship agenda, please contact the CCE’s Faculty Consultant at email@example.com.
iBelieve of the Palouse
iBelieve of the Palouse is looking for a Grad student to assist them with writing a grant. They have funds available to pay a person for this support and it is a great professional development opportunity! Anyone who is interested should email firstname.lastname@example.org.
The WSU Women's Center has data that needs to be organized and analyzed. If you are interested in helping out and working on your data analysis skills reach out to Amy Sharp, Director of the Women's Center at email@example.com.