Thur., Oct. 21
11:30 a.m.–12:30 p.m.
Each of the following flash talks will last approximately 10 minutes. Join us on Zoom.
Money-saving meals for everyone
Alice Ma, dietician, WSU Dining Services
Time, cooking ability, access to grocery stores, and cooking equipment can all be limiting factors when it comes to being able to purchase and prepare meals on a budget. We will discuss strategies and tips for shopping for and preparing meals while being mindful of cost, time, and other barriers. A brief overview of community resources that address food insecurity will also be presented.
Bike maintenance: Importance of the ABC quick safety check before a ride
Scott McBeath, 3 Forks Bike Shop
Learn the basic safety check you should do before heading out. Find out what you should have with you to take care of common repairs (like a flat tire or chain problems) and anticipate weather changes.
Bystander intervention: Creating a safer campus and community
Lauren Moffat, Count on Cougs Facilitator
You will learn and practice using the 4 Ds of bystander intervention to promote a safe Coug community—free from harassment, discrimination and violence.
Zoom ID and passcode
Link to join
930 7075 7785
ADA accessibility accommodations
Available by request. Make your requests before September 28.