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Monday, October 3 @3 pm
WSU Career Expo & Technical Fair — Virtual
Careers / Jobs

WSU will host over 250 employers, organizations, and graduate programs at this Fall’s expo. We encourage students, faculty, and staff to attend this bi-annual networking event.

Monday, October 3 @4:10 pm
CHE 598 Seminar: Global Health – The Push For Clean Energy and Accessible Diagnostics
Workshop / Seminar
Center for Undergraduate Education (CUE)

Throughout the world, two major societal issues requiring profound attention are (i) the development of clean and efficient energy storing devices and (ii) access to appropriate healthcare. The synergistic relationship between the need for accessible diagnostics and clean energy stem from the recent recognition and importance of ‘Global Health’. Electrochemistry, which plays an important role in a variety of scientific pursuits, is heavily relied upon in the fields of diagnostics and sustainable energy and is thus well-suited to make significant contributions to Global Health.

Monday, October 10 @4:10 pm
CHE 598 Seminar: Anharmonic Effects on Material Properties at High Temperatures From Ab Initio Molecular Dynamics Simulations
Workshop / Seminar
Center for Undergraduate Education (CUE)

Ab initio molecular dynamics simulation technique is a promising tool to study various properties of vibrational spectra, X-ray spectra, free energy, entropy, etc. even at high temperatures. With the harmonic phonon model, all interatomic forces are treated as purely harmonic so that the equilibrium distance between atoms is independent of temperature.

Thursday, October 13 @11 am
2022 Fall Career & Internship Fair — Tri-Cities
Careers / Jobs
Consolidated Information Center - WSU Tri-Cities

Washington State University Tri-Cities, Columbia Basin College, and Washington Workforce Portal have partnered to provide employers with an opportunity to meet with students, alumni, and community members from the greater Tri-Cities area. Attend to find your internship opportunity or future job.

Wednesday, October 19 @1 pm
Hitting Pause: Practical Ways to Incorporate Lecture Breaks to Reinforce Learning
Class / Instruction

Join AOI for a virtual, one-time Special Topics training with guest speaker, Dr. Heloisa Rutigliano! While research shows that students learn and retain information from lectures more effectively when they have opportunities for active learning, providing students with these opportunities does not necessarily require a complete overhaul of how you lecture during class time.

Monday, October 24 @3 pm
Climate Justice: A Global Perspective
East Building - WSU Tri-Cities

Washington State University Tri-Cities will host several presentations on the concept of climate justice during its “Community Classroom” series that begins this month. The concept of “Climate justice” involves the ways in which climate change can have differing social, economic, public health, and other impacts on underprivileged populations and communities.

Presenters will provide perspectives on climate justice at a global level and discuss opportunities for a stronger unity in protecting global communities. Join us in learning from esteemed friends of the university. The Community Classroom events are presented in partnership by the Offices of Student & Academic Affairs, WSU Tri-Cities Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Committee and the WSU Tri-Cities MOSAIC Center for Student Inclusion.