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Tuesday, October 3 @3 pm
Careers / Jobs
WSU Pullman - Smith Center for Undergraduate Education (CUE)

Join NAVAIR/NAVSEA to learn about Navy Civilian Career Opportunities for CptS, Cyber, ME/MSE, EE, and business majors.

Tuesday, October 3 @4:30 pm
Granger Cobb Institute for Senior Living Hosts Networking Event and Executive Panel
WSU Pullman - Todd Hall

The Granger Cobb Institute for Senior Living (GCISL) will host a networking event and panel of senior living executives open to all WSU students. A reception with refreshments will follow.

The panel will feature seasoned senior living leaders who will speak on the future and business of aging.

Friday, October 6 @1 pm
Business Technology Symposium
WSU Pullman - Compton Union Building

Exploring the role of information systems within business organizations is the topic of the annual Business Technology Symposium “Information Systems: The Backbone of Business” hosted by the Carson College of Business Department of Management, Information Systems, and Entrepreneurship. Top executives from leading enterprises will discuss how information systems—tools organizations use to collect, manage, and analyze data—are critical to business success. Presenters include: Jasmyn Bearly, product security engineer at Boeing; Jason Mayer, engineering manager at Schweitzer Engineering Laboratories; and Andrew Pirie, a principal in intelligent automation at Slalom.

Monday, October 9 @3:10 pm
CySER Virtual Seminar – The Darkening Tide of Digital Repression and the Risks of Journalistic Reluctance
Workshop / Seminar
Online - Online

This seminar examines why journalists often fail to take the necessary information security steps to better protect themselves, their sources, and their stories, despite ongoing threats to journalism. From mass surveillance and intrusive spyware technologies to hacking, political intimidation, and legal challenges, these threats coalesce to impact journalism and endanger public service news. This deteriorating information ecosystem contributes to the repression of journalists and their sources, chilling freedom of expression and the ability of journalists to carry out their roles in a democratic society.

Monday, October 16 @3:10 pm
CySER Virtual Seminar – Peeking Through the Keyhole: Exploring Web-Based Privacy-Invasive Attacks
Workshop / Seminar
Online - Online

In today’s interconnected world, the Web has become an indispensable part of our daily lives, with web browsers serving as the central hub of our digital existence. While the continuous enhancement of modern browser functionalities substantially improves the user experience, it also opens the door to new and potentially serious security and privacy threats. This talk aims to shed light on our recent efforts to identify vulnerabilities within emerging web features and conduct an analysis of the corresponding countermeasures.

Friday, October 20 @12 pm
Carson College of Business Hosts Keynote Speaker Lauren Hasson, Develop[Her] Founder and Author
WSU Pullman - Compton Union Building

The Carson College of Business Office of Graduate and Online Programs will host keynote speaker Lauren Hasson, Develop[Her] founder and author. Develop[Her] is an online career development platform Hasson launched in 2019. Hasson will share insights that help people recognize the value of their professional skills and negotiate recognition within their organizations. Registration is available online. The lecture will also be available on zoom; a link will be emailed to registered participants.

Monday, October 30 @3:10 pm
CySER Virtual Seminar – My Journey through IT and Cybersecurity
Workshop / Seminar
Online - Online

The field of Information Technology and cybersecurity is vast. Students coming out of accredited institutions with degrees may sometimes get confused at the dizzying array of opportunities available to them and wonder how to get started in the field as a career. This seminar focuses on my personal journey through the field and reflects on several career paths graduates can take as they look to enter the field.