Currently, there’s over 200,000 fleets across the United States, and they have a mandate for electrification. Some of the concerns are reducing the scope of two emissions, how much is it going to cost to actually electrify these vehicles and continued electricity costs to charge these vehicles, as well as the risk of vehicles not being charged the next day.
Tuesday, February 21, 2023
Join us for a public workshop about Hostile Terrain 94 (HT94), a participatory exhibition raising awareness about losses of life at the US-Mexico border that have occurred almost daily since 1994 as a result of the Border Patrol policy known as “Prevention Through Deterrence.”
This interactive exhibition is comprised of approximately 3,800 handwritten toe tags representing migrants who died trying to cross the Sonoran Desert in Arizona between the mid-1990s and 2019.
Come learn how to take effective lecture notes using your iPad. We’ll learn how to navigate the popular note-taking app, Notability. We’ll show some shortcuts to help you take your notes more quickly and efficiently. You’ll also learn how to customize your note-taking templates, organize your files in folders to separate your notes in each class and create dividers so you can sort your notes by learning objectives. Keeping your notes organized will help you study.
Let’s celebrate languages around the world!
Join us to read a short creative piece or excerpts from a longer literary text, recite a poem, perform an act from a play, or sing a song in any non-English language. And win some exciting prizes!!!
The Center for Arts and Humanities…
Robin Wall Kimmerer, author of Braiding Sweetgrass, will give WSU’s annual Common Reading Invited Lecture.