Visit Tuesdays through Saturdays, from 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. March 28 through May 6 for the culmination of three years’ work by the MFA graduate candidates. With a wide range of art-making approaches, this year’s MFA candidates are Shanda Stinebaugh, Adam Stuart, Sean Sullivan, and Allen Vu.
Tuesday, March 28, 2023
Washington State University is turning 133 this year, and the WSU Alumni Association is celebrating with FREE birthday cake for Cougs (alumni, friends, students, faculty, and staff) in a system-wide celebration of our university. Check out the details below for information on where you can get a sweet treat to celebrate!
The electricity landscape is undergoing significant changes due to the proliferation of distributed energy resources, and increasingly smart consumers (prosumers), proactively managing their local consumption and generation – through intelligent devices like smart thermostats, solar panels, and batteries energy storage systems. Recent advances in information & communication technologies, and smart metering, provides strategic opportunities for prosumers to reform their conventional energy practices towards more consumer-centric economies.
Adjuvant additives significantly increase vaccine efficacy. However, adjuvants also cause inflammatory side-effects, such as pyrexia, which currently limits their use. To address this, we created a thermophobic vaccine adjuvant engineered to attenuate potency at temperatures correlating to pyrexia. Thermophobic adjuvants were synthesized by combining a rationally designed trehalose glycolipid CLR agonist with thermoresponsive poly-N-isoporpylacrylamide (NIPAM) via Reversible Addition-Fragmentation Chain-Transfer polymerization.
Join CORETECH for a 60-minute session to learn how to create a powerful presentation in Keynote. We will go over Keynote features such as Magic Move, transitions, dynamic backgrounds, and inserting live video into your presentations.
This year’s State of the University address will be delivered by President Kirk Schulz on the WSU Spokane campus as well as livestreamed online.
Address from an outstanding emeritus honored for achievements while in retirement.
Presented by: Richard James, Professor of Higher Education, University of Melbourne
Richard James is a Professor of Higher Education at the University of Melbourne, where he was formerly the Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Academic) and the Director of the Centre for Study of Higher Education. He has had wide-ranging research interests in…
Drs. Dawn DeWitt and Tracy Klein will co-facilitate a workshop following Dr James’ presentation that applies the principles of postgraduate supervision to audience led cases and dilemmas in mentoring.
The workshop following Dr. Richard James’ talk will compare the Eleven Practices with the Educational Alliance (Telio) model and give participants an opportunity to identify and discuss which model and practices might be best applied to their own mentoring/mentee goals.