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10 am
Juventino Aranda: Esperé Mucho Tiempo Pa Ver
WSU Pullman - Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art

Juventino Aranda’s work expresses a search for identity at the intersection of Mexico and America. As the artist has stated, “I am Mexican and second generation ‘American.’ I am not Hispanic, Latino, and definitely not Spanish—even though I live everyday with the consequences of their conquest.” Aranda’s sharp-witted art navigates this cultural borderland, drawing from pre-Columbian sources as well as current affairs related to the social, political, and economic struggles of late capitalism and notions of the American dream.

11 am
Data-Driven Situational Awareness for Distribution System Resiliency by Chuan Qin – Dissertation Defense
Workshop / Seminar
Online - Online

With the continuous deployment of distributed energy resources (DER), behind-the-meter resources, advanced sensors, and grid-edge intelligence in recent years, the distribution power grid monitoring and operation is increasingly becoming complex. Effectively leveraging the massive amount of data available with digital automation to achieve situational awareness (SA) for the right operational decisions is critical to enhancing system resiliency, stability, and sustainability.