College of Arts and Sciences to host Town Hall Tuesday

Participants can submit questions in advance; Schulz, Chilton will give presentation specific to college

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President Kirk Schulz and Provost Elizabeth Chilton will give a presentation specific to the College of Arts and Sciences during the Town Hall on Tuesday.

ALEX MCCOLLUM, Evergreen reporter

WSU’s College of Arts and Sciences is hosting its 2021 Town Hall meeting 12-1 p.m. Tuesday through Zoom.

prerecorded presentation about the university’s achievements over the past year is provided by President Kirk Schulz and Elizabeth Chilton, provost, executive vice president and Pullman Chancellor designate, according to the president’s office website.

The presentation covers topics ranging from the launch of the Workday system for the school’s finances and human resources to student and faculty achievements, the university’s budget, athletic accomplishments and philanthropy from donors and alumni, according to the website.

Schulz and Chilton will give a presentation specific to the College of Arts and Sciences during the Town Hall. Dean Todd Butler will follow with a Q&A session, according to a press release from the college.

The Town Hall provides an online form for submitting questions prior to the meeting.

A full list of the Town Hall meetings scheduled for the rest of the year is available here.