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11 am
Seminar: “Interfacial effects in highly flexible electronics”
WSU Pullman - Engineering Teaching Research Laboratory

Please join us for a presentation by Yeasir Arafat, Ph.D. Mechanical Engineering candidate. He will discuss how interfaces can play a critical role in enhancing the stretchability of interconnects to be used in highly flexible electronics.

4 pm
WSU/UI Geological Sciences Seminar Series Presents
WSU Pullman - Webster Physical Science Building

Speaker: Kevin Lindsey, Principal Hydrogeologist, GeoEngineers, Inc.

Seminar Title: Groundwater Conditions in the CRBG, Central Columbia Basin: Stories from CBGWMA, Umatilla Basin, WWB, and Elsewhe

4:10 pm
Distinguished Colloquium: Physics & Astronomy – Christoph Boehme
Workshop / Seminar
WSU Pullman - Webster Physical Science Building

The Department of Physics and Astronomy invites all to a distinguished colloquium featuring Christoph Boehme, Physics & Astronomy, University of Utah. Dr. Boehme will present their talk, “Spintronics of weakly spin-orbit coupled materials.”

4:15 pm
Greece info session (#1)
WSU Pullman - Todd Hall

Come learn about our study abroad opportunities to Greece.

4:30 pm
Coffee and Politics: Fantasyland
WSU Pullman - Compton Union Building

Join Kurt Andersen, author of the bestselling book “Fantasyland: How America Went Haywire,” in the CUB Junior Ballroom, as he discusses the crumbling border between opinion and fact in America in the era of fake news.

8 pm
Student Recital: Michael J. Williams, compositon
WSU Pullman - Bryan Hall

Composition student, Michael J. Williams, presents a concert featuring music written for solo and chamber groups, including a cello solo, piano and alto saxophone duo, woodwind trio, trio for cello, flute, and violin; and a brass quartet.