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Monday, March 1 @7 pm
Visiting Writers Series reading with poet Major Jackson
Performance
WSU Pullman - Online

Major Jackson is the author of five books of poetry, including The Absurd Man (2020), Roll Deep (2015), Holding Company (2010), Hoops (2006), and Leaving Saturn (2002), which won the Cave Canem Poetry Prize for a first book of poems. His edited volumes include Best American Poetry 2019, Renga for Obama, and Library of America’s Countee Cullen: Collected Poems.

Tuesday, March 2 @5 pm
Restoring civility: How to escape toxic political rhetoric
Lecture
WSU Pullman - Online

James Hoggan is president of a public relations firm in Vancouver, British Columbia and the best-selling author of I’m Right and You’re an Idiot: The Toxic State of Public Discourse and How to Clean It Up.

Thursday, March 4 @4:10 pm
Physics and Astronomy Colloquium – Dr. Catherine Cooper
Workshop / Seminar
WSU Pullman - Online

The Department of Physics and Astronomy invites you to a colloquium featuring Dr. Catherine “Katie” Cooper, Washington State University. Dr. Cooper will present her talk, “Craton Stability: What’s Thickness (and shape) Got To Do With It”.

Friday, March 5 @4:10 pm
Department of Chemistry-Physical Chemistry Seminar
Workshop / Seminar
WSU Pullman - Online

Nitrogen is an interesting material exhibiting molecular and polymer like behavior as well as melt maximum at high temperatures. At very high pressure, nitrogen forms an amorphous phase with a nonmolecular semiconductor characteristics.

Thursday, March 11 @4:10 pm
Physics and Astronomy Colloquium – Dr. Gail Zasowski
Workshop / Seminar
WSU Pullman - Online

The Department of Physics and Astronomy invites you to a colloquium featuring Dr. Gail Zasowski, University of Utah. Dr. Zasowski will present her talk, “Galactic Archeology, Near and (Sort of) Far” via Zoom.

Friday, March 12 @9 am
College of Arts & Sciences 3 Minute Thesis Competition
Presentation
Online

Zoom in for the College of Arts & Sciences semi-finals of the WSU 3 Minute Thesis competition. Each PhD contestant will present a compelling oration on their thesis and its significance in just three minutes—and using just one visual slide—in language even non-specialists can understand.

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

Historically, the Bardeen–Cooper–Schrieffer (BCS) theory of superconductivity, was established by the attractive interaction between the electrons when mediated by phonons;

Monday, March 15 @4 pm
Department of Chemistry Seminar
Workshop / Seminar
WSU Pullman - Online

ur development of digital waveform mass spectrometry evolved from our overarching goal to increase the working range of mass spectrometers so that large biomolecules and their complexes can be analyzed in low charge states.

Tuesday, March 16 @12 pm
The crisis of democracy in a global context
Lecture
WSU Pullman - Online

Kim Lane Scheppele Is Laurance S. Rockefeller Professor of Sociology and International Affairs at Princeton University. Her work focuses on the intersection of constitutional and international law. Since 2010, her focus has been on the rise of autocratic legalism in Europe and around the world.

Tuesday, March 16 @1 pm
Organic Chemistry Seminar
Workshop / Seminar
WSU Pullman - Online

Organic Chemistry Seminar
Phil Cox: Research Fellow, Discovery Platform Technologies
Title: “Part 1-Machine Learning in Drug Discovery, Managing the Hype and Part2-Data Driven Drug Discovery”

Tuesday, March 16 @7:30 pm
Graduate Recital: Joel Lininger presents The Silver Lining
Bryan Hall

PROGRAM

Joel Lininger presents a night of piano music that celebrates the emotional impact of music. From the meditative and reflective sounds of Messiaen, to the triumphant and victorious chords of Beethoven, to the mischief of ragtime, Joel hopes to remind everyone that in spite of a world in…

Thursday, March 18 @11 am
Reimagining Chamber Music and American Gig Culture – A Panel Discussion

The WSU Center for Arts and Humanities and the WSU School of Music is excited to present a panel discussion featuring Jennifer Grim, Toyin Spellman-Diaz, and Danielle Kuhlmann. All three performers have achieved national and international recognition for their chamber music recordings and live concerts, and maintain substantial solo and…

Thursday, March 18 @4:10 pm
Physics and Astronomy Colloquium – Dr. Alexie Leauthaud
Workshop / Seminar
WSU Pullman - Online

The Department of Physics and Astronomy invites you to a colloquium featuring Dr. Alexie Leauthaud, University of California Santa Cruz. Dr. Leauthaud will present her talk, “The Galaxy-Halo Connection from Gravitational Lensing”, via Zoom.

Thursday, March 18 @4:30 pm
March 18: Kori Newkirk Artist Talk
Lecture
Online

The Department of Fine Arts presents an artist talk with Los Angeles-based artist Kori Newkirk, supported by the Forst Endowed Visiting Artist Program.

Friday, March 19 @3 pm
AER/I Chemistry Seminar
Workshop / Seminar
WSU Pullman - Online

Melamine (C3H6N6) and its derivatives are high-production-volume chemicals that are widely used in the production of ready-to-assemble furniture, disinfectants, laminate floors, kitchenware etc.

Friday, March 19 @4 pm
Physical Chemistry Seminar
Presentation
WSU Pullman - Online

Metalloactinyl complexes are of interest in actinide chemistry due to their unique and relatively unexplored transition metal-actinide bonds.

Monday, March 22 @9 am
Chemistry Department Seminar with Kristina Kvashnina
Workshop / Seminar
WSU Pullman - Online

X-ray spectroscopy is a widely used technique at synchrotron radiation sources for analyses of the electronic and structural parameters of materials.

Tuesday, March 23 @12:10 pm
Jazz Trumpet: Lead, Section and Solo Playing

Trumpet and artist and Director of the Stanford University Jazz Band, Mike Galisatus, is presenting a special, virtual clinic “Jazz Trumpet: Lead, Section and Solo Playing,” for our students but all interested instrumental and vocal students would benefit from attending. The session will be offered on ZOOM (contact Greg…

Tuesday, March 23 @12:30 pm
Organic Chemistry Seminar with Esther Dodson
Workshop / Seminar
WSU Pullman - Online

Proteins can be covalently conjugated with small-molecule labels to achieve a variety of functions. For example, proteins can be labelled with drug molecules to target specific cells for disease therapies, or a radioactive or fluorescent label can be used to detect proteins in a Western blot.

Tuesday, March 23 @7 pm
Visiting Writers Series reading with poet & memoirist C.S. Giscombe
WSU Pullman - Online

C.S. Giscombe is the author of many books, including the forthcoming Similarly, four poetry volumes, and a selection of new poems. His most recent books are Ohio Railroads (2014, a long poem in the form of an essay, including maps), Border Towns (2016, essays having to do with poetry), and Overlapping Apexes (2017, a long poem).

Wednesday, March 24 @9 am
Digital Technology and Culture Expert Series: Manuel Lima
Online

The Digital Technology and Culture Department is proud to present the Expert Series: a broad array of industry professionals and researchers in graphic design, web design, UX design, social media, communications, game design, animation, systems design, and more.

Thursday, March 25 @4:10 pm
Physics and Astronomy Colloquium – Dr. Rebecca Jensen‑Clem
Workshop / Seminar
WSU Pullman - Online

In the last thirty years, over 3000 planets have been discovered orbiting nearby stars. This flood of new worlds includes planets unlike any found in our own Solar System, from Jupiter-mass planets with years as short as our day to exotic rocky worlds twice as massive as the Earth.

Thursday, March 25 @5 pm
March 25: Victoria Fu Artist Talk
Lecture
Online

The Department of Fine Arts presents an artist talk with San Diego-based artist Victoria Fu, supported by the Forst Endowed Visiting Artist Program.

Friday, March 26 @3 pm
SLCR Lecture Series
Online

The School of Languages, Cultures, and Race (SLCR) developed this lecture series seeking to connect faculty in SLCR with faculty in other academic units at WSU who are doing research on similar topics but from their respective disciplines in order to highlight scholarly connections and research convergences.

Friday, March 26 @3 pm
AER/I Chemistry Doctoral Final Defense with Chelsie Beck
Online

Molecular iodine [I2] is one volatile species of iodine that is released in the event of a nuclear accident. The release of radioiodine poses a concern to public health due to potential bioaccumulation of iodine from food and other sources.

Friday, March 26 @4 pm
Physical Chemistry Seminar with Truong-Son Nguyen
Workshop / Seminar
WSU Pullman - Online

The Feller-Peterson-Dixon (FPD) method is a flexible composite approach that can be adapted to determine energetic properties such as ionization potentials (IPs) and electron affinities (EAs), among others.

Friday, March 26 @5:10 pm
Student Recital: Ryan Williamson, tuba
Bryan Hall

PROGRAM

The Senior Tuba Recital for Ryan Williamson will be in Bryan Hall Theatre on Friday, March 26th at 5:10 P.M. There will be limited seating available as well as a live stream through the WSU School of Music Youtube page.

Monday, March 29 @4 pm
Chemistry Department Seminar
Workshop / Seminar
WSU Pullman - Online

Greg Brabeck received his PhD from WSU’s Department of Chemistry (AER division) in 2016. He currently works at Excellims in Boston, MA where he designs and supports hyphenated Ion Mobility and Mass Spectrometric devices.

Tuesday, March 30 @10:30 am
Digital Technology and Culture Expert Series: Ritwik Dey
Online

The Digital Technology and Culture Department is proud to present the Expert Series: a broad array of industry professionals and researchers in graphic design, web design, UX design, social media, data visualization, communications, game design, animation, systems design, and more.

Tuesday, March 30 @7:30 pm
Spring Percussion Ensemble Concert
Kimbrough Music Building

PROGRAM

The WSU percussion ensemble, under the direction of Dr. Christopher Wilson, will present a virtual concert via YouTube on March 30th at 7:30pm.  The concert will feature an exciting array of music from movie scores, premieres of new music, to Brazilian samba!  Every piece has been recorded ahead…

Wednesday, March 31 @12 pm
Regulating big tech: Free speech and the internet
Lecture
WSU Pullman - Online

Join Washington State’s Attorney General Bob Ferguson, who will be discussing his office’s current lawsuit against Google, and other issues.

Wednesday, March 31 @4 pm
Digital Technology and Culture Expert Series: Masha loveva
Online

The Digital Technology and Culture Department is proud to present the Expert Series: a broad array of industry professionals and researchers in graphic design, web design, UX design, social media, data visualization, communications, game design, animation, systems design, and more.

Wednesday, March 31 @7:30 pm
Jazz Forum with Mike Galisatus

A special, online Jazz Forum presented by Washington State University on Wednesday, March 31, at 7:30pm. Our guest presenter is Mike Galisatus, Director of the Stanford Jazz Band, Leader of the Mike Galisatus Big Band and top San Francisco Bay Area trumpet and flugelhorn artist. He also has significant experience…