President Muma leads freedom of expression panel

Join President Rick Muma, Dr. Teri Hall, Student Affairs vice president, and Dr. Neal Allen — political science associate professor, department chair, undergraduate advisor, and WSU Washington D.C. and Topeka internship coordinator — as they discuss, “Supporting freedom of expression on campus” at noon Aug. 11.

The discussion is part of the Academic Resources Conference Aug. 9-12. The focus of the event is how the campus community can support freedom of expression in classes and on campus. A live stream of the event will also be available via YouTube.

All staff, instructors and campus partners are invited to attend the August Academic Resources Conference which begins today, Aug. 9 through Aug. 12. The events are free, online and open to the campus community. One event each day this week will be offered in a HyFlex format so you can participate online or in-person 2-2:50 p.m. at Devlin Hall (room 010). Please email the Office of Instructional Resources  at if you require an accommodation to participate. The schedule for Aug. 9 is as follows: