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8 am
Brelsford WSU Visitor Center — Football Weekend Open House
WSU Pullman - Brelsford WSU Visitor Center

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

9 am
WSU Pullman Town Hall – Virtual
Online - Online

In addition to exciting updates about the WSU system, this town hall will provide a unique opportunity for the WSU community to engage in Q&A with WSU’s leadership. WSU Pullman students, faculty, and staff, along with Extension and system-level employees, are encouraged to submit their questions in advance.

12:10 pm
Atrium Recital Series
WSU Pullman - Terrell Library Atrium

Christiano Rodrigues, violin

Karen Nguyen, piano

Beethoven Sonatas for Piano and Violin

4 pm
Friday Night Football Weekend Wine Tasting at the BVC
WSU Pullman - Brelsford WSU Visitor Center

Gather your fellow Coug fans and enjoy an evening of WSU Blended Learning student-made wine during another Friday Night Football Wine Tasting!
The tasting will feature a selection of four wines from the WSU Blended Learning student-made series and three different Cougar Cheese flavors. Tickets cost $10 at the door and include 1-oz. samples of each wine. Tickets are limited to one per person. Participants must be 21 or older with a valid ID. Ticket availability will be limited.

4:10 pm
PChem Seminar – Shaw Su, Lithium Battery Electrolytes
WSU Pullman - Fulmer Hall

Lithium battery research has seen a tremendous boon in the past decade due to strong demand in electrification of the transportation sector, which necessitates electrode materials of high energy density and electrolytes conducive to forming stable interfaces for ion transfer. Replacing graphite in LIB with silicon or lithium has been one route to improve energy density, the tradeoffs being low Columbic efficiency and interface stability with existing electrolytes, both of which are active areas of research and can be improved by developing novel electrolytes, which include high concentration electrolytes, electrolytes with functional additives, etc. I will discuss battery research I carried out so far focusing more on electrolyte and segue into future work.

7:30 pm
Faculty Artist Series: Jacqueline Wilson, bassoon
WSU Pullman - Bryan Hall

Bassoonist Jacqueline Wilson (Yakama) will explore the themes and significance of Indigenous relantionality through the mediums of film and music, featuring works by Māori composers.

Admission is FREE!

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