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Thursday, December 1 @4 pm
Boeing Speaker Series: Emotional Intelligence in the Workplace
Careers / Jobs
Online - Online

The Boeing guest speaker will discuss the importance of emotional intelligence in the workplace by sharing lessons learned along their career journey while living and working in four countries, nine cities, at multiple companies, and on lots of airplanes.

Friday, December 2 @9 am
WSU Horticulture Club — Poinsettia sales
WSU Pullman

Take home a pot of holiday cheer, or a gift for a friend or family member!
Friday Dec 2, and Friday Dec 9
Cash or check – 6 1/2″ pots / 12.00 ea

Friday, December 2 @11 am
High-Performance and Reliable Processing-in-Memory Accelerators for Graph-based Machine Learning by Chukwufumnanya Ogbogu – Preliminary Exam
Workshop / Seminar
WSU Pullman - Electrical and Mechanical Engineering Building

The saturating scaling trends of CMOS technology have motivated the exploration of emerging Process-in-Memory (PIM) architectures as a promising alternative for accelerating data intensive Machine Learning (ML) workloads. To that effect, researchers have explored special-purpose accelerators based on Non-volatile Memory (NVM) crossbar primitives such as Resistive Random Access Memory (ReRAM)-based PIM accelerators.

Saturday, December 3 @9 am
Building Connections: Simpson Strong-Tie Student Symposium
WSU Pullman - PACCAR

Join Simpson Strong-Tie engineers and field specialists for a day of Building Connections where you will learn how structural connectors and pre-engineered building components help structures perform safely to resist natural hazards such as high winds and earthquakes.

Saturday, December 3 @2 pm
Holiday Celebration
WSU Pullman - Bryan Hall

PROGRAM

Holiday Celebration: A Very Wazzu Winter on December 3, 2022, at 2:00 pm in a fully decorated Bryan Hall Theatre on the WSU-Pullman Campus.

The holiday season is here, and the Washington State University School of Music is once again preparing a special event this year. The event…

Tuesday, December 6 All day
Grub at the CUB
WSU Pullman - Compton Union Building

The CUB is offering free food and staying open late! Free coffee and cookies will be set out and available on the 1st floor near the front desk. Food is available while supplies last.

Tuesday, December 6 @11 am
ESIC-AGI FA22 Power Seminar Series: Allocating investments to enhance electric grid resilience: An equilibrium framework
WSU Pullman - Electrical and Mechanical Engineering Building

Energy Systems Innovation Center and the Advanced Grid Institute presents “Allocating investments to enhance electric grid resilience: An equilibrium framework” by Dr. Chiara Lo Prete, Penn State University

Overview

Large-area, long-duration power outages are increasingly common in the United States, and cost the economy billions of dollars each year. Building…

Tuesday, December 6 @6 pm
Holiday Celebration
WSU Pullman - Lewis Alumni Center

The WSU Alumni Association invites members of the Palouse-area communities to the Lewis Alumni Centre for the annual Holiday Celebration. This is the perfect way to start the holiday season. The event will include pictures with Santa Claus and Santa Butch, music, and refreshments.
All participants are asked to bring a donation of canned food for the Pullman Food Bank. Guests may also bring a donation of pet food or other supplies for the Whitman County Humane Society. Please visit their website to view a list of all suggested donations.
Enjoy special Cougar memories with your family and friends at the Lewis Alumni Centre!

Wednesday, December 7 @11 am
31st Annual WSU Press Holiday Book Fair
WSU Pullman - Terrell Library Atrium

Meet authors Helen Heavirland and Keith Petersen, get steep discounts of 30-50% on all titles, enter drawings for free books, and munch on complimentary refreshments.

Wednesday, December 7 @12 pm
Palouse Ridge Annual Sip-n-Sale
Social
WSU Pullman

Join us for some holiday cheer! Find the perfect gift at the Palouse Ridge Golf Shop.

Friday, December 9 @6 pm
Multicultural Graduation
WSU Pullman - Compton Union Building

Multicultural graduation is a longstanding tradition at WSU and celebrates the accomplishments of students who identify as multicultural. The event is supported by the African American Student Center, Asian American Pacific Islander Student Center, Chicanx Latinx Student Center, Native American Student Center, and Undocumented Student Center.

Saturday, December 10 @8 am
Celebrate Commencement with the Brelsford WSU Visitor Center!
WSU Pullman

The visitor center will open 8 a.m.-1 p.m. Saturday for the WSU Pullman Fall Commencement ceremony. Coug grads, their families and supporters, and community members are welcome to attend an open house to celebrate the Class of 2022.

Saturday, December 10 @9 am
NWPB’s Great Big Birthday Party
WSU Pullman - Off Campus

Northwest Public Broadcasting is turning 100 years old! Bring your family to celebrate with us at the Great Big Birthday Party on Saturday, December 10 from 9:00–11:00 a.m. at the Palouse Discovery Science Center.

The Great Big Birthday Party event is free to everyone and will feature fun and engaging STEAM-focused activities targeted to kids ages 2–8. Daniel Tiger, one of the most beloved PBS Kids characters, will also be in attendance and each child will get presents to take home.

Tuesday, December 13 @9 am
WSU Pullman Town Hall – Virtual
Online - Online

After completing an internal restructuring as part of the OneWSU initiative, WSU is in a unique and unprecedented position. The university system is poised for success in critical areas of fundraising and legislative engagement, but what does this mean for WSU Pullman? What can Pullman Cougs expect out of the coming year?

Tuesday, December 13 @4 pm
WSU Pullman Town Hall – Virtual
Online - Online

After completing an internal restructuring as part of the OneWSU initiative, WSU is in a unique and unprecedented position. The university system is poised for success in critical areas of fundraising and legislative engagement, but what does this mean for WSU Pullman? What can Pullman Cougs expect out of the coming year?

Wednesday, December 14 @12 pm
WSU Pullman Town Hall – Virtual
Online - Online

After completing an internal restructuring as part of the OneWSU initiative, WSU is in a unique and unprecedented position. The university system is poised for success in critical areas of fundraising and legislative engagement, but what does this mean for WSU Pullman? What can Pullman Cougs expect out of the coming year?

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

What are the unique veterinary needs of the competitor who travels extensively across the US or across the world to compete in agility and how can you, as their veterinarian, contribute to a safe travel plan? What are appropriate recommendations to prepare for travel via air or land with dogs of all sizes? How do you maintain biosecurity and infection control in diverse geographic areas? Is it appropriate to prescribe drugs such as metronidazole or carprofen “just in case” they’re needed?

Wednesday, December 14 @5 pm
Cougar Gold and Mistletoe (Spokane)
WSU Spokane - Off Campus

Join fellow Spokane-area Cougs at Maryhill Winery Tasting Room & Bistro on Wednesday, December 14, from 5:00-7:00 p.m. Pacific for a festive event featuring wine tasting from Cougar-connected Maryhill Winery, appetizers with Cougar Cheeses and festive Cougar door prizes.

Monday, December 19 @11:30 am
PACCAR/Kenworth Technical Center Industry Tour
Careers / Jobs
WSU Everett - Off Campus

Join PACCAR/Kenworth leadership and engineers on the December 19 winter break tour of the company’s Renton, WA, Kenworth Truck Factory and PACCAR Parts facility. Lunch will be provided. Students will need to provide their own transportation to Renton, WA.