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12 pm
Foley Event: The Man in the Middle
WSU Pullman - Bryan Hall

Authors Kenton Bird and John Pierce will discuss their book on former Speaker Foley and his commitment to bi-partisanship and institution building, in comparison to today’s polarized politics.

12 pm
Leaders in Industry Talk by Rear Admiral Nicholas Tilbrook (Hybrid)
Careers / Jobs
WSU at Olympic College, Bremerton - Carpenter Hall

Leaders in Industry” all-campus lecture by Rear Admiral Nicholas Tilbrook, commander of Submarine Group Nine. Join us for an exploration of the technologies that power our nation’s submarines at Naval Base Kitsap – Bangor in Washington State. This engaging session promises a captivating insight into the cutting-edge systems and engineering that define the Navy’s commitment to innovation.

1 pm
Three-Minute Thesis
WSU Pullman - Veterinary and Biomedical Research Building

Three-Minute Thesis

4:30 pm
Artificial Intelligence and the courts
WSU Pullman - Bryan Hall

AI is changing many aspects of American life, including the law. How is it impacting legal practice and our court system?

7 pm
Potter Memorial Lecture
WSU Pullman - Center for Undergraduate Education (CUE)

Human interdependence with other living things plays a central role in our ethical responsibilities. How can Aldo Leopold’s idea of land health help us understand these?
Roberta Millstein is professor emerit in the department of philosophy at University of California, Davis. Her newest book, The Land Is Our Community: Aldo Leopold’s Environmental Ethic for the New Millennium is in production.