Advanced Grid Institute presents Pathways to Net-zero in the Western US Considering the Impacts of Climate Change, Resilience to Climate Extremes, and Equity by Dr. Nathalie Voisin, Pacific Northwest National Lab
Tuesday, February 28, 2023
Title: Dendrimers: From Design, Synthesis to their Biomedical Applications
This seminar will focus on recent and ongoing R&D activities and future directions for power systems with high renewable energy penetration with an emphasis on grid-forming inverters that are considered essential to stabilize low-inertia grids, overcoming drawbacks of the traditional inverter control approach and grid-following control.
Come learn how to use your Apple device to improve your time management. We’ll learn how to use iCal to manage your busy schedule, and Reminders to stay on top of your due dates. We’ll show you how to sync your schedule with your iCloud, so you can access your calendar and reminders from any Apple device. We’ll spend the last half of the workshop showing you how to aesthetically plan your weeks using Notability on iPad.
This discussion examines one of the most important–and contentious–aspects of higher education and higher education policy today. An expert panel with professionals who have much to say about what the racially-conscious policies of the past several decades mean for students, their families, educational and other public institutions. As with all Public Square discussions, we want to hear from you–there will be a live Q&A session in which panelists will take your questions about issues that matter most to you.
Need a résumé or cover letter? Your current résumé not landing interviews? Don’t know where to start? Let us help! We will discuss format, style, and how to write application documents that best reflect your strengths and talents.