Using a variety of materials and methods, including ceramics, printmaking, and drawing, Mitchell transforms kitsch subject matter into a study of complex human experiences, including death, sex, religion, and loss.
WSU Pullman - Engineering Teaching Research Laboratory
Presented by Tyler Lenzi, Senior Director Micron Technology, Boise, Idaho
With the increasing pressures of reduced cost, higher density, improved reliability, and faster speeds with lower power requirements, engineers are turning to materials science to solve some of these challenges. We will explore the trade-offs in the memory market along…
WSU welcomes Kathleen Fitzpatrick from Michigan State University, who will lead faculty in an exploration of how generosity and collaboration can help us positively reimagine our research, teaching, and professional relationships, based on the ideas in her recent book, Generous Thinking: A Radical Approach to Saving the University.
Learn how to use Kamiak, WSU’s own HPC High Performance Computer with free compute resources available to any WSU member! This hands-on workshop covers the basics from logging on to an HPC to submitting and running jobs.
The Department of Physics and Astronomy invites all to a colloquium featuring Dr. Chris Waltham, University of British Columbia. Dr. Waltham will present their talk, “The human voice, the erhu and the violin.”
Join us for the formal opening of WSU’s new Center for Arts and Humanities (CAH), which seeks to advance faculty and student scholarship and creative activity while simultaneously serving as the “front door” to the arts and humanities at WSU.
Chris Dickey (tuba and euphonium) and Mark Stevens (piano) will perform a varied program to continue the Oktubafest 2019 activities. Featured works include Gordon Jacob’s Tuba Suite, the Ethel Smyth Sonata for Cello and Piano, as well as a hidden gem in the repertoire, James Stabile’s Sonata…