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Tuesday, February 2 @7:30 pm
Freedom Songs: Black American Music as Protest

The WSU School of Music welcomes Dr. Dawn Norfleet for her lecture “Freedom Songs: Black American Music as Protest” as a part of our Music: A Mosaic of Experiences lectures series. African American history IS American history. This experience is reflected in musical expression. Since arriving on the shores of the…

Thursday, February 4 @4:10 pm
Physics and Astronomy Colloquium – Dr. Nicolas Schunck
Workshop / Seminar
WSU Pullman - Online

Nuclear fission – the process by which heavy atomic nuclei split into two or more fragments – was discovered more than 80 years ago. Technological applications of it, for instance to produce energy, have been around for decades.

Friday, February 5 @7:30 pm
Faculty Artist Series: Landmarks for Horn and Piano, Martin King, horn
Bryan Hall

PROGRAM

Dr. Martin D. King will be presenting a concert entitled “Landmarks” featuring music for solo horn and music for horn and piano. Each of these works is a “landmark” in it’s own unique way, whether it is a major work for horn, a piece written by an important…

Monday, February 8 All day
“I Love Data” Week

Do you have a devotion to data that you would like to share? Or do you want a chance to be featured on the Data Analytics website and win a prize?

Monday, February 8 @4:10 pm
Chemistry Department Seminar
Workshop / Seminar
WSU Pullman - Online

Biomass from terrestrial plants, largely lignocellulosic cell walls, can be converted into fuels and chemicals to reduce fossil fuel dependence.

Tuesday, February 9 @11 am
Fanfare for the Unheard: A Voice for Emerging Stars in Music

The WSU School of Music and the Center for Arts and Humanities is proud to co-sponsor musician and scholar Ashley Killam. As a part of the WSU School of Music’s “Music: A Mosaic of Experiences” lecture series, Ashley will present the lecture “Fanfare for the Unheard: A Voice for Emerging…

Tuesday, February 9 @12 pm
The pandemic response in Washington State
Lecture
WSU Pullman - Online

How is Washington State responding to the pandemic? What issues are facing the state in terms of vaccine availability, and equity of delivery? And how will the state deal with vaccine hesitancy? Join our experts, who will discuss these and other issues around Washington State’s pandemic response.

Wednesday, February 10 @7 pm
Visiting Writers Series reading with author Chigozie Obioma
WSU Pullman - Online

Chigozie Obioma is the author of The Fishermen, which was a finalist for the Man Booker prize in 2015, and a winner of four other awards, including an NAACP Image award, the FT/Oppenheimer prize for fiction, and several nominations. The novel, which is being translated in 26 languages, is also being adapted into a stage play. Chigozie was named one of Foreign Policy’s 100 Influential People of 2015.

Thursday, February 11 @4:10 pm
Physics and Astronomy Colloquium – Dr. Inga Saknite
Workshop / Seminar
WSU Pullman - Online

Accurate diagnosis and tracking of active inflammation or erythema remains a challenge in a variety of inflammatory skin diseases, especially in the setting of natural and pathological pigment.

Friday, February 12 @3 pm
AER/I Chemistry Seminar
Workshop / Seminar
WSU Pullman - Online

Hydrogen (H2) is a promising energy carrier that has the potential to decrease the dependency for fossil fuels in the transportation industry. However, there are challenges with the production, storage, and transportation of H2.

Friday, February 12 @4:10 pm
Physical Chemistry Seminar
Workshop / Seminar
WSU Pullman - Online

Substituents present on a molecule are known to significantly control the self-assembly, adsorption, and orientation behavior on solid surfaces. Using STM, self-assembly of the Y[C6S-Pc]2 and Y[C4O-Pc]2 complexes was investigated at solution−solid interface.

Saturday, February 13 @8 am
WSU Piano Day
Bryan Hall

This event will be live streamed on YouTube at WSUPullmanMusic

Wednesday, February 17 @12 pm
African perspectives on democracy
Lecture
WSU Pullman - Online

Escalating violence in sub-Saharan Africa is contributing to a political and environmental disaster. Are there parallels between that crisis, and the threats to democracy elsewhere, including in the U.S.?

Thursday, February 18 @11 am
The Land We Stand On: Decolonizing Our Relationship to Musicking

The WSU School of Music and the Center for Arts and Humanities welcomes Dr. Jace Saplan to present his lecture “The Land We Stand On: Decolonizing Our Relationship to Musicking.” This talk is part of the School of Music lecture series “Music: A Mosaic of Experiences.” In music, there are…

Saturday, February 20 @8 am
CANCELED: Brass Day

This event will be live streamed on YouTube at WSUPullmanMusic

Tuesday, February 23 @12:30 pm
Oral Prelim Exam Announcement – Department of Chemistry
Workshop / Seminar
WSU Pullman - Online

Targeted drug therapy is a promising approach to selectively treat cancerous tissues, however further development is needed in the field of acid-labile linkers.

Tuesday, February 23 @7:30 pm
Faculty Artist Series: Dave Snider, bass
Kimbrough Music Building

PROGRAM

This concert will showcase local jazz group, “Crosscurrent” featuring WSU faculty professors, Dr. Yasinitsky on saxophone, Dave Snider on electric and string bass, Brian Ward, former WSU instructor on piano, and U of I faculty members Dan Bukvich on drums and Vern Sielert on trumpet.  Also, featured a…

Thursday, February 25 @4:10 pm
Physics and Astronomy Colloquium – Dr. Frank S. Bates
Workshop / Seminar
WSU Pullman - Online

The Department of Physics and Astronomy invites you to a colloquium featuring Dr. Frank S. Bates, University of Minnesota. Dr. Bates will present his talk, “Block Copolymer Melts Mimic Metallurgy”.

Friday, February 26 @10:15 am
Department of Chemistry – Oral Preliminary Examination
Workshop / Seminar
WSU Pullman - Online

Solvent extraction is a standard method of solute separation and purification in the fields of chemistry, engineering and industry, where a solute distributes from one liquid phase to another based on the favorability of solvation free energies between the two phases.

Friday, February 26 @10:30 am
Doctoral Examination – Tenisha Q. Meadows
Presentation
WSU Pullman - Online

Industrial separation and purification processes include the use of oxalic acid to precipitate rare earth elements (REEs) such as neodymium and europium.

Friday, February 26 @3:10 pm
Swirly Tubes: A Junior Recital: Riley Hoover, horn
Bryan Hall

PROGRAM

His first solo concert given to a public audience, Riley Hoover brings you a recital comprised of two modern pieces, as well as a suite of music meant for educational purposes, and not often performed.

Friday, February 26 @4:10 pm
Physical Chemistry Seminar
Workshop / Seminar
WSU Pullman - Online

Knowledge of Uranium oxide surface chemistry leaves much to be desired. Uranium oxide plays a significant role in nuclear energy as the primary substituent of nuclear fuel and although UO2 nanoparticles are formed in spent fuel, few studies have been done to explore UO2 size and surface dependent properties.

Friday, February 26 @4:10 pm
Her Future is UNLIMITED: Student Recital: Ashleigh Adams, mezzo-soprano
Bryan Hall

PROGRAM

From WSU’s Recording Studio, join Ashleigh Adams, mezzo-soprano and Dr. Yoon-Wha Roh as they present “Her Future is UNLIMITED.” This Junior voice recital will feature two song cycles, “Cinq Mélodies Populaires Grecques,” by Ravel and “Paper Wings,” by Jake Heggie, as well as works by G.F. Handel, Wolf…

Saturday, February 27 @8 am
Virtual Double Reed Day

Join us for a day of double reeds for teachers and students! The schedule for music educators features breakout “refresher sessions” on bassoon (morning) and oboe (afternoon) as well as a mid-day recital. Get tips-and-tricks for teaching beginning, intermediate, and advanced double-reed students, selecting repertoire, making reed adjustments, and investing…