The artworks featured on this page—selected from recent exhibitions—draw attention to the therapeutic aspects of visual, auditory, tactile, and spatial art experiences.
American artist Alison Saar is known not only for her powerful sculptures—she is also a master of the art of printmaking.
The Black Lives Matter Artist Grant Exhibition celebrates and showcases twenty Washington artists who are using their voices, experiences, and artistic expression toward social justice efforts in response to the Black Lives Matter movement and systemic racism.
School of Biological Sciences seminar: Plant Physiology Assistant/Associate Professor candidate
The advancement of cyber adversaries has led to increased frequency and complexity of cyber-attacks on everything from U.S. military systems to the U.S. voting infrastructure. By the end of 2021 it’s expected that 3.5 million cyber security positions will be unfilled and there is great need to automate cyber security as completely as possible. Hierarchical Software Quality Assurance (HQA) is a proposed defense mechanism that protects systems along the supply, build and development paths by allowing cyber warriors to deploy quality gates that filter potential threats by leveraging existing investments in tools and infrastructure.
Speaker: Professor Su Ha Department of Chemical Engineering and Bioengineering Director of O.H. Reaugh Laboratory for Oil and Gas Research Washington State University
Title: Caustic Aqueous Phase Electrochemical Reforming (CAPER) for Process Intensified Hydrogen Production
Abstract: The goal of this project…
Advanced Grid Institute (AGI) & Energy Systems Innovation Center (ESIC) FA21 Power Seminar Series presents “US-India Collaborations for Advanced Distribution Systems & Microgrids Including Renewables & Storage” by Dr. Noel Schulz, AGI/ESIC/WSU and Dr. Vincent Sprenkle, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
The Digital Technology and Culture Department continues the DTC Expert Series with guest speaker Sadie Red Wing, a Lakota graphic designer and advocate from the Spirit Lake Nation of North Dakota, whose research on cultural revitalization and visual sovereignty has sparked new and long-overdue interest in indigenous perspectives for visual design and communication.