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Friday, February 1 @8 pm
Faculty Artist Series: Equinox Brass Quintet
Performance
WSU Pullman - Bryan Hall

Equinox is Washington State University’s own faculty brass quintet featuring the stellar brass playing of David Turnbull, Noah Austin, Martin King, Sarah Miller and Christopher Dickey.

Saturday, February 2 @8 am
CANCELED: Low Brass Workshop
Performance
WSU Pullman - Kimbrough Music Building

This event has been canceled for 2019.

Saturday, February 2 @6 pm
Big Band Bash
WSU Pullman - Ensminger Pavillion

Swing dance lessons provided by the Palouse Swing Devils, food and drink, a silent auction that features goods from your favorite stores around the Palouse, and jazzy music.

Tuesday, February 5 @6 pm
Center for Entrepreneurial Studies Resource Night: Intro to IP
Careers / Jobs
WSU Pullman - Todd Hall

oin the Center for Entrepreneurial Studies for our annual Resource Night speaker series, where entrepreneurs, investors, and industry pros share insight, expertise, and first-hand experience on the startup journey.

Tuesday, February 5 @8 pm
Student Recital: Bogdan “Theo” Mynka
Performance
WSU Pullman - Bryan Hall

Bogdan “Theo” Mynka, tenor, and Elena Panchenko, piano, will perform works by C.P.E. Bach, Johannes Brahms, Ernest Chausson, Manuel de Falla, and Paul Bowles.

Thursday, February 7 @4:10 pm
Colloquium: Physics & Astronomy – Dr. Felipe H. da Jornada
Workshop / Seminar
WSU Pullman - Webster Physical Science Building

The Department of Physics and Astronomy invites all to a colloquium featuring Felipe H. da Jornada, Faculty Candidate. Felipe H. da Jornada will present their talk, “Interacting electrons: understanding multiparticle excitations in reduced-dimensional materials.”

Thursday, February 7 @8 pm
Orchestra Concert
Performance
WSU Pullman - Bryan Hall

The WSU Symphony Orchestra, under the direction of Dahn Pham,will present a concert preview of their upcoming gala concert at the Fox Theatre in Spokane on February 24.

Friday, February 8 @4:10 pm
Guest Recital: Max Mendez, baritone
Performance
WSU Pullman - Bryan Hall

Max Mendez, is currently an Associate Professor of Music and Director of Choirs at North Idaho College in Coeur d’Alene, Idaho. He divides his time between conducting, teaching and performing.

Tuesday, February 12 @4:10 pm
Colloquium: Physics & Astronomy – Li Ge
Workshop / Seminar
WSU Pullman - Webster Physical Science Building

The Department of Physics and Astronomy invites you to a colloquium featuring our faculty candidate, Li Ge. Li Ge will present their talk, “Non-Hermitian photonics based on quantum-inspired symmetries.”

Abstract: In this talk I will discuss several symmetries in quantum physics that have recently led to the observations of intriguing…

Tuesday, February 12 @6 pm
Center for Entrepreneurial Studies Resource Night: Business Formation
Careers / Jobs
WSU Pullman - Todd Hall

Join the Center for Entrepreneurial Studies for our annual Resource Night speaker series, where entrepreneurs, investors, and industry pros share insight, expertise, and first-hand experience on the startup journey.

Tuesday, February 12 @8 pm
Faculty Artist Series: Low Notes in Concert
Performance
WSU Pullman - Bryan Hall

With duos, trios, and other charming combos, the Low Notes in Concert program will feature a potpourri of eclectic original music written for trombone, euphonium, and tuba.

Wednesday, February 13 @8 pm
Symphonic Band and Symphonic Wind Ensemble
Performance
WSU Pullman - Bryan Hall

The WSU Symphonic Band and Symphonic Wind Ensemble concert provides a unique experience featuring cello, voice and saxophone.

Thursday, February 14 @3 pm
Poetry Comix Presentation, Mita Mahato, RE-KINDLE
Exhibition
WSU Pullman - Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art

RE-KINDLE asks what it means to reawaken love. Featuring a selection of works from WSU’s Lynn R. Hansen Comics Archive and pieces by Seattle-based artist and poet Mita Mahato owned by the Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art, the exhibit looks at love, loss, and reconnection with one another and with the plants and animals who are our kin.

Thursday, February 14 @4:10 pm
Colloquium: Physics & Astronomy – Dr. Carolyn Kuranz
Workshop / Seminar
WSU Pullman - Webster Physical Science Building

The Department of Physics and Astronomy invites all to a colloquium featuring Dr. Carolyn Kuranz, University of Michigan. Dr Carolyn Kuranz will present their talk, “Shock-driven hydrodynamic instability experiments at the Omega Laser and National Ignition Facility.”

Tuesday, February 19 @12 pm
Corporate environmentalism?
WSU Pullman - Bryan Hall

Do corporations that want to make profits also care about the environment? Aseem Prakash and Jeff Joireman discuss the phenomenon of corporate environmentalism in the United States.

Tuesday, February 19 @8 pm
Faculty Artist Series: Music Gathering Dust
Performance
WSU Pullman - Kimbrough Music Building

Music Gathering Dust is a one-hour, no-intermission eclectic collection of five works for clarinet and piano, euphonium, cello and electronic tape in search of a concert.

Wednesday, February 20 @4:30 pm
Wilderness medicine expert to talk about climate change & human health
WSU Pullman - Elson S. Floyd Cultural Center

Physician, author, and one of the world’s leading experts in wilderness medicine and emergency medicine, Dr. Paul Auerbach will talk about the intersection of climate change and human health in the 2019 Lane Family Lecture in Environmental Studies. Dr. Auerbach will present “Climate change and human health — there are no boundaries.”

Wednesday, February 20 @4:30 pm
Lane Family Lecture in Environmental Science
WSU Pullman - Elson S. Floyd Cultural Center

Physician, author and one of the world’s leading experts in wilderness medicine and emergency medicine, Dr. Paul Auerbach will reveal his findings about the intersection of climate change and human health.

Thursday, February 21 @4:15 pm
Colloquium: Physics & Astronomy – Dr. Hamidreza Ramezani
Workshop / Seminar
WSU Pullman - Webster Physical Science Building

The Department of Physics and Astronomy invites all to a colloquium featuring faculty candidate, Dr. Hamidreza Ramezani. Dr. Hamidreza Ramezani will present their talk, “Exploiting wave transport in classical and quantum open systems.”

Thursday, February 21 @8 pm
Student Recital: Jacob Zollers, trombone
Performance
WSU Pullman - Bryan Hall

This Senior Recital performance will consist of piano accompanied trombone, unaccompanied trombone, and pipe organ.

Friday, February 22 @4:10 pm
Student Recital: Clare Sullivan, soprano
Performance
WSU Pullman - Bryan Hall

Soprano Clare Sullivan, in collaboration with pianist Sophia Turnbull. This concert is open to the public and without charge.

Tuesday, February 26 @4:10 pm
Colloquium: Physics & Astronomy – Dr. Yang Peng
Workshop / Seminar
WSU Pullman - Webster Physical Science Building

The Department of Physics and Astronomy invites you to a colloquium featuring our faculty candidate, Dr. Yang Peng. Dr. Peng will present their talk, “Space-time engineering of topological systems.”

Wednesday, February 27 @7 pm
Jazz Forum
Performance
WSU Pullman - Kimbrough Music Building

The Jazz Forum provides an opportunity for students, faculty, and guest artists to perform for the public in an informal setting.

Thursday, February 28 @4:10 pm
Colloquium: Physics & Astronomy – Dr. Feng Zhao
Workshop / Seminar
WSU Pullman - Webster Physical Science Building

The Department of Physics and Astronomy invites all to a colloquium featuring Dr. Feng Zhao, Associate Professor of Electrical Engineering at Washington State University, Vancouver. Dr. Feng Zhao will present their talk, “Wide bandgap semiconductors based power electronic devices and MEMS/NEMS.”,

Meet for refreshments before the lecture at 3:45 –…

Thursday, February 28 @8 pm
Festival of Contemporary Art Music: Concert 1 featuring James Stephenson’s The Devil’s Tale
Performance
WSU Pullman - Bryan Hall

2019 WSU Festival of Contemporary Art Music features special guest composer James Stephenson and featured performer, WSU oboe professor Keri McCarthy.

Thursday evening’s opening gala concert features the premiere of four new works for saxophone and string quartet by WSU professor Dr. Greg Yasinitsky, and James Stephenson’s phenomenal Devil’s…