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Thursday, September 1 @11 am
School of Mechanical and Materials Engineering Seminar, “Design and Modeling of a PneuSMA Soft Robotic Catheter Using Resistance-Based Modeling of Nitinol Springs” Presented by Dr. Emily Allen
Workshop / Seminar
WSU Pullman - Engineering Teaching Research Laboratory

Soft robotic devices show particular promise for medical applications where the ability to perform snake-like manipulations with soft devices could radically improve the safety and effectiveness of endoscopic and intravenous procedures. Where traditional catheter devices for these procedures can only be steered at the tip, there exists a need for more maneuverable devices with a high number of degrees of freedom (DOF) that can be controlled throughout the entire length.

Thursday, September 1 @12:10 pm
“Building the Future of Aerospace Together” w/Greg Hyslop, The Boeing Company
Presentation
WSU Pullman - Spark

Greg Hyslop, Chief Engineer & Executive Vice President of Engineering, Test & Technology, The Boeing Company, will speak on the topic, “Building the Future of Aerospace Together”.
From servicing the next International Space Station to its goal of Zero Carbon Emissions from Commercial Aviation to Flying Taxi Drones, come hear about the opportunities and challenges facing the future of the aerospace industry from the man who leads The Boeing Company’s 50,000+ engineers worldwide and oversees its technology vision, strategy and investment.

Friday, September 2 All day
College Colors Day – Wear crimson and gray!
WSU Extension

Across the United States students, parents, family, faculty, fans, and alumni celebrate College Colors Day every year on the Friday before Labor Day. This year, it takes place on September 2. Rock your crimson and gray apparel and show your spirit and WSU pride! From now until September 2, you can enter for the chance to win college gear, gift cards, and a trip to the College Football Playoff National Championship.

Friday, September 2 All day
Football Weekend Golf
WSU Pullman

$159 per player or $129 for WSUAA card carrying members & students/juniors
Includes golf, cart, range, taxes & hospitality punch card
Friday & Saturday of 2022 Home Football Weekends through October 1st

Friday, September 2 @8 am
Visitor Center football weekend open house
WSU Pullman - Brelsford WSU Visitor Center

The Brelsford WSU Visitor Center is extending its business hours for today’s home Cougar football game against University of Idaho.

Staff will be available…

Friday, September 2 @4:10 pm
Physical Chemistry Seminar – Kenta Oka, PhD Student
Workshop / Seminar
WSU Pullman - Fulmer Hall

Speaker: Kenta Oka, Ph.D. graduate student from the University of Tokyo  (visiting Prof. Choong-Shik Yoo’s laboratory, Institute for Shock Physics)

Title: Melting in the Fe-FeO system to 204 GPa: Implications for oxygen in Earth’s core

Abstract: Constraining the composition of the Earth’s core is essential for understanding…

Saturday, September 3 @10 am
Visitor Center football weekend open house & photo booth
WSU Pullman - Brelsford WSU Visitor Center

The Brelsford WSU Visitor Center is extending its business hours for today’s home Cougar football game against University of Idaho.
Staff will be available to assist fans with game day information, including wayfinding and directions, pregame activities, general parking permit sales and information, and other transportation options. Visitors can also snap photos with the visitor center’s new WSU Fight Song wallpaper and other Coug-inspired designs.

Tuesday, September 6 @7:30 pm
Faculty Artist Series: Anonim Trio
WSU Pullman - Bryan Hall

The Anonim Trio was formed in 2021, and features three faculty members at Washington State University: Martin D. King, horn; Chris Dickey, tuba, and Yoon-Wha Roh, piano. The group was formed because the members love the sound of these three instruments combined, and wanted to perform the existing repertoire and…

Wednesday, September 7 @11:30 am
Get Involved Fair
WSU Pullman - Terrell Mall

Join hundreds of student and community organizations as they table on the Glenn Terrell Mall. The Get Involved Fair is one of WSU’s biggest opportunities for organizations to meet and connect with students on campus.

Wednesday, September 7 @3:30 pm
Pullman Farmers Market
WSU Pullman - Brelsford WSU Visitor Center

The mission of the Pullman Farmers Market is to provide a place for the community to acquire high-quality, locally grown food and products, while giving local farmers, producers and crafters a venue to connect directly with consumers. The market operates every Wednesday from mid-May to mid-October.

Thursday, September 8 @5 pm
Cougs Lead — sign up deadline
WSU Pullman - Compton Union Building
First Year Cougs Can Lead at WSU

Start your WSU journey by joining the Cougs Lead program. Learn more about yourself, your passions, and how to apply those to becoming a leader. NO EXPERIENCE REQUIRED.

Discover More about Cougs Lead

Sign up by September 8.

Cost: FREE…

Friday, September 9 @12:10 pm
EECS Lunch and Learn with Industry: The World of Field Application Engineering; Sam Lowe, Siemens EDA
Online - Engineering Teaching Research Laboratory

I will share my typical workday as a Field AE from improving the product, to solving technical problems at large companies. Since I work with multiple engineering teams, I will share how these groups work together, and insights into the current state of the industry. I will also introduce the different roles within Siemens EDA and highlight some opportunities for college graduates.

Monday, September 12 @3:10 pm
School of Biological Sciences — Fall Seminar Series
WSU Pullman

Dr. Andrew Storfer, School of Biological Sciences, WSU Pullman: “The long-term effects of top predator declines: from genes to ecosystem”.
Interested participants in Pullman are encouraged to attend in person.

Monday, September 12 @4:10 pm
Chemistry Departmental Seminar — Prof. Sarah Finkeldei, University of California, Irvine
Workshop / Seminar
WSU Pullman - Fulmer Hall

he ongoing decarbonization efforts in the United States require a combination of various energy technologies with a low carbon foot print, including nuclear energy. A summary of recent progress in nuclear materials chemistry involved in the synthesis and performance of advanced nuclear fuels, as well as their disposal to increase the safety and efficiency of the nuclear energy sector will be presented. Utilization of wet-chemical, innovative synthesis approaches in combination with a wide range of characterization tools, facilitate a better understanding of the structure-property relationships of advanced nuclear fuel and its waste forms.

Monday, September 12 @4:10 pm
CHE 598 Seminar: Anharmonic Effects on Material Properties at High Temperatures From Ab Initio Molecular Dynamics Simulations
Workshop / Seminar
WSU Pullman

Ab initio molecular dynamics simulation technique is a promising tool to study various properties of vibrational spectra, X-ray spectra, free energy, entropy, etc. even at high temperatures. With the harmonic phonon model, all interatomic forces are treated as purely harmonic so that the equilibrium distance between atoms is independent of temperature.

Tuesday, September 13 All day
DARPA Forward Conference
WSU Pullman - Compton Union Building

In partnership with the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA), Washington State University is hosting a two-day regional conference on the WSU Pullman campus on Sept. 13-14. Virtual options are being added. The goal of the DARPA FORWARD Conference is to engage with regional stakeholders to energize the DARPA innovation ecosystem and to promote DARPA’s commitment to their programs.

Tuesday, September 13 @9 am
Machine learning in pursuit of zoonotic prediction
Workshop / Seminar
Online

Preventing future disease outbreaks is a holy grail in global health, but the majority of new infections that are emerging in humans originate from wild species that are vastly understudied compared to humans.

Tuesday, September 13 @10 am
Study Abroad Fair
Reception / Open House
WSU Pullman - Terrell Mall

Global Learning is excited to highlight international opportunities available to all Cougs, regardless of year or major. WSU colleges will showcase their faculty-led programs, and providers from across the USA will fly in to expose students to opportunities in more than 60 countries worldwide.

Tuesday, September 13 @11 am
ESIC-AGI FA22 Power Seminar Series: Converting Research Ideas into Deployable Technologies – A Holistic View
WSU Pullman - Electrical and Mechanical Engineering Building

The power distribution system is undergoing a significant transformation to embrace the dispersed and diversified distributed energy resources (DERs) to meet the clean energy goals. The distribution system is experiencing unprecedented scenarios to supply reliable and affordable electrical power supply to all the customers with and without DERs. The power industry is actively looking at Tools and Technologies that are readily adoptable and deployable to mitigate the issues from unforeseen operating conditions.

Tuesday, September 13 @2 pm
Welcome to Your Mac: A CORETECH Workshop
WSU Pullman - Compton Union Building

Join us for a 60-minute session to get to know your MacBook. Learn how to navigate your device, customize your settings, and take a deep dive into some of the most popular apps. We’ll show you how to create powerful presentations in Keynote, write your essays in Pages, organize your tabs in Safari, and manage your time with iCal.

Wednesday, September 14 @12 pm
A Virtual Conversation with President Schulz
Online - Online

As the new school year kicks off, join President Schulz as he sits down for a virtual conversation with veteran journalist and member of WSU’s Board of Regents, Enrique Cerna. Hear about the upcoming year’s legislative priorities for the university, ongoing advocacy efforts, and other topics of interest to the WSU community. This event is sponsored by the WSU Alumni Association and WSU Impact.

Wednesday, September 14 @3:30 pm
Pullman Farmers Market
WSU Pullman - Brelsford WSU Visitor Center

The mission of the Pullman Farmers Market is to provide a place for the community to acquire high-quality, locally grown food and products, while giving local farmers, producers and crafters a venue to connect directly with consumers. The market operates every Wednesday from mid-May to mid-October.

Wednesday, September 14 @5 pm
Agility Dog Health Network: Webinar Series 3 of 6
Class / Instruction
Online - Online

Presenting complaints that might be unique to agility dogs such as “popping” weave poles, knocking bars, refusing to do individual obstacles, early take-off syndrome, or other poor performance situations.

Wednesday, September 14 @6 pm
Angel Investing — Basics
Online - Online

Angel investing used to only be for the ultra-wealthy. Now 12% of people can qualify to become Angel Investors. With the right tools and knowledge, angels can impact the local economy for the benefit of all. Register to take this 6-class course.

Thursday, September 15 @10:30 am
MME Seminar: “Feather-inspired flaps for unsteady aerodynamic flow control: physics and reinforcement learning-based control” Presented by Dr. Andres Goza
Workshop / Seminar
WSU Pullman - Engineering Teaching Research Laboratory

Birds have deployable covert feathers that are hypothesized to aid in aerodynamic flow control. Inspired by this biological control solution, we use high-fidelity simulations to explore a simplified configuration in which a flat plate is mounted via a torsional spring on an airfoil. We first characterize what dynamical regimes this system can undergo for various spring and inertia values, explaining some of the underlying fluid-structure interaction mechanism and their implications on performance changes.

Thursday, September 15 @11 am
Happy 70th Birthday to the CUB
WSU Pullman - Compton Union Building

Happy 70th birthday to the CUB! September 15 marks 70 years of the CUB serving students!

Celebrate

Bring your…

Friday, September 16 All day
Football Weekend Golf
WSU Pullman

Includes golf, cart, range, taxes & hospitality punch card.
Friday & Saturday of 2022 Home Football Weekends through October 1st.

Friday, September 16 @8 am
Visitor Center — Football Weekend Open House
WSU Pullman - Brelsford WSU Visitor Center

The Brelsford WSU Visitor Center is extending its business hours for Saturday’s home Cougar football game against Colorado State University.

Friday, September 16 @1 pm
Clinical Simulation Center Open House
Reception / Open House
WSU Pullman

Take a tour of the center and learn more about the college’s simulation-based education. First 50 guests will receive free ice cream grabbers from Ferdinand’s Ice Cream Shoppe.

Friday, September 16 @7:30 pm
Faculty Artist Series: Jacqueline Wilson, bassoon and Galit Kaunitz, Oboe
WSU Pullman - Bryan Hall

PROGRAM

All Are Welcome

Collaborators, friends, and co-hosts of the podcast Double Reed Dish, Galit Kaunitz (Associate Professor of Oboe, University of Southern Mississippi) and Jacqueline Wilson (Assistant Professor of Bassoon, Washington State University) will present a recital of works from their recent commission consortium. Program to include premieres…

Saturday, September 17 @9 am
Visitor Center — Football Weekend Open House
WSU Pullman - Brelsford WSU Visitor Center

The Brelsford WSU Visitor Center is extending its business hours for today’s home Cougar football game against Colorado State University.

Monday, September 19 @4:10 pm
CHE 598 Seminar: Towards Tailoring Atomic Scale Distributions Within Heavy Element Nanostructures: Pairing Synthetic Inorganic Chemistry With Advanced X-ray Characterization
Workshop / Seminar
WSU Pullman

Nanostructures (particularly with sizes below 10 nm) are inherently challenging to characterize on the atomic scale, due to broadening which occurs in diffraction-based characterization methods, and the high concentration of surface defects and energy-minimization effects. Characterization challenges compound when investigating nanoscale actinide oxides, such as uranium oxide, due to radioactive sample constraints and rich electronic structure which can potentially stabilize a wide range of crystallographic arrangements.

Tuesday, September 20 @9 am
What Can You Personally Do To Be an Inclusive Leader?
Online - Online

Few would disagree that inclusion is the right thing to do and good for business. So why are we so terrible at it? If we believe in the “why” of being diverse, inclusive, and equitable leaders, then why are we still struggling to put it into action? Because true change requires inclusion on purpose, which takes more than just knowing inclusion is right, it commands personal intention and awareness when creating inclusive workplaces. In this research-backed webinar, inclusion strategist and author Ruchika Tulshyan will set the stage for why we must take an intersectional, purposeful approach to create an inclusive workplace.

Tuesday, September 20 @10 am
All of Us Journey
WSU Spokane - Spokane Academic Center

The All of Us Mobile Education & Enrollment Center is a hands-on experience to build awareness and excitement about the All of Us Research Program, supported by the National Institutes of Health. Come aboard this traveling educational exhibit to learn how you can help shape the future of health for yourself, your family, your community, and generations to come. The Journey features interactive activities, videos, games, quizzes, and more – all designed to demonstrate the power of your participation in health research.

Tuesday, September 20 @12 pm
Populism & democracy in central Europe
WSU Pullman - Bryan Hall

What are some of the setbacks of democratic consolidation processes in Central and Eastern European countries, and how is that connected with rise of populism and populist leaders?

Miro Haček is professor of political science at the University of Ljubljana, Slovenia.

www.foley.wsu.edu 

Tuesday, September 20 @1 pm
Why is a law firm hiring engineers? Holland & Hart Information Session
Online - Online

Holland & Hart seeks exceptional engineering, science, and computer science majors for their rapidly growing patent practice. Explore an exciting alternative career where you can use your technical expertise to work on patents for sophisticated tech companies at the forefront of innovation and cutting-edge development.

Tuesday, September 20 @4:30 pm
Sharing Nimiipuu Traditional Knowledge on the Plateau Peoples’ Web Portal
WSU Pullman - Smith Center for Undergraduate Education (CUE)

This panel presentation will highlight the collaborative work between Nez Perce Cultural Resources Programs and Washington State University to interpret Nez Perce (Nimiipuu) material culture associated with the 1877 Nez Perce War.

Wednesday, September 21 @2 pm
School of Mechanical and Materials Engineering Seminar Series, “Autoignition and Speciation Studies on Alternative Fuels” by Dr. Kamal Kumar
Workshop / Seminar
WSU Pullman - Engineering Teaching Research Laboratory

Renewable bio-derived fuels can significantly reduce greenhouse gas emissions, particulate matter, unburned hydrocarbons, and carbon monoxide when used in compression ignition engines. However, their effective utilization depends on thoroughly understanding their combustion properties. We will examine results on the low-temperature oxidation of canola and coconut-derived biodiesel in a motored engine.

Wednesday, September 21 @3:30 pm
Pullman Farmers Market
WSU Pullman - Brelsford WSU Visitor Center

The mission of the Pullman Farmers Market is to provide a place for the community to acquire high-quality, locally grown food and products, while giving local farmers, producers and crafters a venue to connect directly with consumers. The market operates every Wednesday from mid-May to mid-October.

Wednesday, September 21 @4:30 pm
Boost Up With Boeing: Hiring Event
Careers / Jobs
Online - Spark

Boost up with Boeing hiring event & next day resume review and mock interviews.

Wednesday, September 21 @5 pm
Animal Health Library, Fall 2022 Art Exhibit
Presentation
WSU Pullman - Wegner Hall

A collection of equine photographs by local photographer Shaundra Baumwart will be on display as part of the fall 2022 “Art in the Library” exhibit in the Animal Health Library.

The opening reception is from 5-6 p.m. Wednesday, September 21.

The twice-yearly “Art in the Library” exhibit features animal-themed works,…

Thursday, September 22 @12 pm
Lunch and Learn — Family Office
WSU Pullman - Commons Student Center

Finance students interested in wealth management and entrepreneurship students interested in raising capital join us for a Lunch and Learn with Skye Henderson from the Cowles Company and Blake Yaccino from CEAS Investments.

Thursday, September 22 @3 pm
CCE Public Square: Rights After Roe
WSU Pullman - Compton Union Building

Join us at the CCE Public Square as a distinguished panel will discuss the recent U.S. Supreme Court decision in Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization, which held The Constitution does not confer a right to abortion; that overruled previous Supreme Court Decisions Roe v. Wade and Planned Parenthood of Southeastern Pennsylvania v. Casey; and determined that the authority to regulate abortion resides with the people and their elected representatives.

Thursday, September 22 @5:15 pm
Northwest Public Broadcasting and Murrow Studios Tour
WSU Pullman - Goertzen Hall

Join the WSU Alumni Association Palouse Chapter Cougs and the WSU Retirees Association on September 22 for a special behind-the-scenes tour of Northwest Public Broadcasting studios and Murrow College of Communication studios.

Thursday, September 22 @6 pm
WSU Jones Milestone Accelerator Pitch Demo
WSU Pullman - Compton Union Building

Get ready for the big event that culminates our 2022 Jones Milestone Accelerator program and gives you the chance to meet the young entrepreneurs with tomorrow’s game-changing startups. Join the WSU Center for Entrepreneurship and hear these entrepreneurs pitch their companies, get feedback from investors, and win prize money!

Thursday, September 22 @7:30 pm
Student Recital: Kayden Warwick, piano
WSU Pullman - Kimbrough Music Building

PROGRAM

Spend an evening experiencing the enchanting sounds of a musical journey throughout different times, soundscapes, and moods. The diverse range of selections is sure to entertain music enthusiasts and scholars alike.

Friday, September 23 All day
Football Weekend Golf
WSU Pullman

Includes golf, cart, range, taxes & hospitality punch card
Friday & Saturday of 2022 Home Football Weekends through October 1st.

Saturday, September 24 @8 am
Visitor Center Football Weekend Open House
WSU Pullman - Brelsford WSU Visitor Center

The Brelsford WSU Visitor Center is extending its business hours for today’s home Cougar football game against the University of Oregon.

Saturday, September 24 @12 pm
World Rabies Day, One Health Clinic — Seattle 2022
Community Service
WSU West/Downtown Seattle - Off Campus

The One Health Clinic is partnering with local animal welfare organizations to host a multi-site free pet wellness clinic focused on providing wellness care for our neighbors who are unsheltered or who are low-income with pets. Each site will offer animal vaccines, flea treatment, microchips and pet supplies.

Monday, September 26 @4:10 pm
CHE 598 Seminar: Music of the Heart — Cooperative Force Development In Mammalian Myocardium
Workshop / Seminar
WSU Pullman - Center for Undergraduate Education (CUE)

Given the ten-fold difference in resting heart rates and twitch kinetics between small and large mammals, it is likely that the cooperative phenotype is a species-dependent property of mammalian myocardium instances. Such a mechanism suggests a molecular basis for beat-to-beat synchronization of ventricular contractility and circulatory demand.

Monday, September 26 @4:10 pm
Chemistry Departmental Seminar — Prof. Karah Knope, Georgetown University
Workshop / Seminar
WSU Pullman - Fulmer Hall

Structural chemistry has played an important role in our understanding of the chemical and physical behavior of the heavy elements. Yet our understanding of the chemistry, bonding, and reactivity of actinide complexes and clusters still lags behind that of the rest of the Periodic Table. This lack of structural and chemical information has led to large discrepancies in thermodynamic data, significant challenges in process chemistry, and the unexpected mobility of heavy elements in the environment.

Monday, September 26 @7:30 pm
Guest Artist: Matthew Cataldi, piano
WSU Pullman - Kimbrough Music Building

PROGRAM

24 new preludes, performed by the composer, and modeled on Chopin’s collection. Come and listen to this unique blend of musical styles!

Sponsored by Allegro

Allegro is an umbrella Registered Student Organization that represents all music student organizations…

Tuesday, September 27 @8 am
Carson College of Business — Power Breakfast
Off Campus

“When a Link Breaks: Reshaping Supply Chains” will be the topic of the semi-annual Power Breakfast, a networking event hosted by the Carson College of Business.

Tuesday, September 27 @11 am
ESIC-AGI FA22 Seminar Series: Avista’s Connected Communities Project – To Enable Dispatchable Load Services to Underrepresented Communities
WSU Pullman - Electrical and Mechanical Engineering Building

Avista recognizes to address the challenges of clean energy transition will require a balance between energy supply and delivery. At Avista, we are working on operational strategies to dispatch flexible load and distributed energy resources to address delivery constraints.

Tuesday, September 27 @12 pm
Designing Zero Energy (and Carbon) Buildings
Lecture
WSU Pullman - Elson S. Floyd Cultural Center

Zero Energy (or Zero Carbon) buildings are one component of the future of a survivable planet. The idea of low energy/high performing buildings served by on site and grid-based renewable energy systems is compelling and achievable, and is the direction for climate policy and energy code development. Achieving Net Zero Energy requires big picture thinking and attention to detail.

Tuesday, September 27 @3 pm
WSUAA Executive Director Meet & Greet
WSU Global Campus - Online

You are invited to meet Mariah Maki, our new Associate Vice President for Advancement and Executive Director of the WSU Alumni Association. Mariah is only the sixth WSUAA Executive Director since the position was created in 1934 and the first woman to serve in this role.

Tuesday, September 27 @4 pm
WSU Career Expo: An All-Major Experience
Online - Lighty Student Services Building

Are you a WSU History Major? Marketing Major? Engineering Major? Natural Sciences Major? Foreign Languages Major? Lucky for you, there are internship and job opportunities for ALL MAJORS at The WSU Career Expo. But how do you seem them out? Learn from Career Specialists how to research employer opportunities, connect with recruiters, and land that interview!

Tuesday, September 27 @5 pm
Career Fair Prep: Learn from a CEO — Interviewing & Career Talk
Careers / Jobs
WSU Pullman - Carpenter Hall

What better way to prep for your career and the career fair than by learning from a professional. Join the CEO of IntelliTect, Mark Michaelis, as he gives you tips and tricks for networking with employers at the career fair, interviewing, and honing in on your career.

Tuesday, September 27 @7:30 pm
WSU Symphony Orchestra
WSU Pullman - Bryan Hall

PROGRAM

Join the WSU Symphony Orchestra, as we perform our first concert of the 2022-2023 School Year. We feature Thomas Ballinger, Piano, as our featured soloist. Thomas was our Concerto/Aria Contest winner in 2022, and will be performing Schumann’s Piano Concerto in A, First Movement.

Wednesday, September 28 @3:30 pm
Pullman Farmers Market
WSU Pullman - Brelsford WSU Visitor Center

The mission of the Pullman Farmers Market is to provide a place for the community to acquire high-quality, locally grown food and products, while giving local farmers, producers and crafters a venue to connect directly with consumers. The market operates every Wednesday from mid-May to mid-October.

Wednesday, September 28 @5 pm
Slalom’s Practical Guide to Launching Your Career
Careers / Jobs
Online - Spark

This fun one-hour workshop is designed to help students connect their college experience to a career path. The workshop digs into four areas — connecting majors to careers, creating a compelling resume, learning to network, and telling engaging stories in interviews. Includes actions for each year of college from freshman through senior with plenty of time for questions.

Thursday, September 29 @11 am
School of Mechanical and Materials Engineering Seminar Series, “Network-Wide Autonomy in Cyber-Physical Infrastructures” Presented by Dr. Sandip Roy
Workshop / Seminar
WSU Pullman - Engineering Teaching Research Laboratory

New cyber technologies are providing profound opportunities for network-wide autonomy in critical infrastructures, but also introducing new complexities in infrastructure operations. At its essence, achieving network-wide autonomy requires coordinating sensing and control resources across a dynamical network to achieve resilient operations in the face of disruptions.

Thursday, September 29 @12 pm
Reducing Embodied Carbon in Building Construction
Lecture
WSU Pullman - Elson S. Floyd Cultural Center

Greenhouse gases emitted by the manufacturing of building materials makes up 11% of global emissions. While the building industry has made significant progress toward eliminating carbon from building operations, material emissions have been flying under the climate radar. The urgency of reducing global carbon emissions in the next decade puts building materials on center stage – these emissions have an impact on our environment before materials even arrive to the jobsite.

Friday, September 30 All day
Football Weekend Golf
WSU Pullman

Includes golf, cart, range, taxes & hospitality punch card
Friday & Saturday of 2022 Home Football Weekends through October 1st.

Friday, September 30 @12:10 pm
Deepak Ahire, College of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences — Graduate Research Seminar
WSU Spokane - Pharmaceutical and Biomedical Sciences Building (Spokane)

College of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences Graduate Research Seminar

Presented by Deepak Ahire, PHD Candidate
Title: Development of a novel conserved-plus-surrogate peptide (CPSP) approach for quantification of absolute tissue composition of homologous proteins.

Friday, September 30 @3 pm
Chemistry Proposal Defense — Fatima Obe, Chemistry Graduate Student
Workshop / Seminar
WSU Pullman - Fulmer Hall

Title: Digital Tandem Mass Filters for Native Spray Analysis of Proteins and Protein Complexes

Abstract: Proteins and their complexes are an extremely important class of macromolecules that are involved in almost all functional roles needed to sustain life.1,2 Be it as digestive enzymes helping to facilitate chemical reactions,…

Friday, September 30 @3:15 pm
Blue Origin — Information Session
Careers / Jobs
WSU Pullman - Sloan Hall

A team from Blue Origin will be on campus to meet with students and answer questions about working for Blue Origin.

Friday, September 30 @7:30 pm
Faculty Artist Series: Julie Wieck, voice and Elena Panchenko, piano
WSU Pullman - Bryan Hall

PROGRAM

PROGRAM NOTES

Shalom:  A Recital of Jewish Music will highlight Jewish culture and composers on Friday, September 30, 2022 at 7:30 p.m., between the celebrations of Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur.  Soprano Julie Anne Wieck and collaborative pianist Elena Panchenko will present music by Leonard Bernstein, Maurice…