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Workshop: A more inclusive sexuality education

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Sex Education week makes cameo at Washington State University By David Blehm Graduate assistant Kelley Wilds, who also serves as a WSU ROAR program instructor, recently received funding from the organization SIECUS: Sex Ed for Social Change to coordinate an awareness event on WSU campus during the Sex Ed Week in Action. Wilds will be […]

How To Be a Productive Scholar


University hosting Zoom-based symposium on how to be a productive scholar By David Blehm, College of Education Washington State University will host an online symposium on how to be a productive scholar Thursday, March 23, from 11 a.m. to 12:15 p.m. The event will be hosted by WSU’s Office of the Provost and the College […]

Equity Brown Bag


PRESENTATION: The Problem with Colorblindness In this workshop, WSU Vancouver faculty member Shameem Rakha will define colorblind ideology, examine the history behind its use, and why holding this ideology is problematic in education and elsewhere. We will also discuss ways to talk about and frame race within our scholarship. Systemic racism will be discussed as […]

Research Conversations


Alex Gang Sport Fandom’s Contribution to Democracy: How Soccer Fans Socialize into Good Citizenship Neoliberal ideologies are significantly shaping the landscape of modern professional sports. The trend towards commercialization appears inevitable for sports teams and their fan bases. Nevertheless, a growing movement advocates for collective ownership in soccer, championed by passionate fans committed to fostering […]