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Friday, January 7 All day
bp Sophomore Spectacular
Careers / Jobs
WSU Pullman - Online

It’s time to look towards your future Do you want to be a part of the future of global energy? Do you want to hone your skills in preparation for your future internship? Do you want a chance to win a scholarship?

Monday, January 10 @3:10 pm
CySER Virtual Seminar — Deepfakes and Cybersecurity Concerns
Workshop / Seminar
Online - Online

Deepfakes are real and a real threat to organizations all over the world, including government organizations. Categorizing deepfakes is important and allows for separating this technology into positive and negative realms.

Tuesday, January 18 @1 pm
EECS Colloquium: Efficient resilience in processor design – from cloud servers to connected cars by Karthik V. Swaminathan, IBM Research
Online - Online

From autonomous vehicles to hybrid cloud and mainframe systems, Reliability, Availability and Serviceability (RAS) is fast becoming a first-class consideration alongside performance and energy-optimal execution in the design and functioning of the constituent processors. This has resulted in an increased push towards Efficient Resilience as the predominant design paradigm for these processors.

Wednesday, January 19 @11:10 am
EECS Colloquium: Explainable human-AI interaction for sequential decision support
Online - Online

For AI-powered systems to be truly successful in practical and everyday scenarios, it is not just enough for these systems to generate optimized decisions, but they need to be capable of working and collaborating with users from all walks of life. One major requirement for developing such systems is the need to imbue them with the ability to effectively model the expectations of their users, and to be capable of explaining their decisions and the rationale behind them in intuitive terms when such expectations cannot be met.

Friday, January 21 @12:10 pm
EECS Lunch and Learn with Industry series: Q & A with women of engineering
Online - Online

Interested to learn more about an engineering career, from the perspective of five women with decades of experience in engineering? Bring your questions to this open Q&A panel event. Get advice. Network. This event is sponsored by EECS, however, please invite friends pursuing STEM careers who also may be interested.

Monday, January 24 @11:10 am
EECS Colloquium: Securing operating system kernels with fewer shots, by Yueqi Chen

Attack surfaces are defects in software and hardware that can be misused by attackers to do undesired computations (e.g., steal credentials, leak private user data, and take control over the whole system). Previous efforts on mitigating attack surfaces aim at individual security incidents. As a consequence, software systems are integrated with too many ad-hoc protections while still not becoming secure

Wednesday, January 26 @11:10 am
EECS Colloquium: Collaborative machine learning via model fusion, by Nghia Hoang
Online - Online

The classic machine learning (ML) paradigm involves algorithms that learn from centralized data, possibly pooled together from multiple data sources. The computations involved may be done on a single machine or farmed out to a cluster of machines but are inherently restricted within the availability of in-house resources. As a result, such algorithms often fail to utilize the computation and communication capability of their entire ecosystem to support their ever-growing scales.

Wednesday, January 26 @12 pm
Career Trek with Starbucks
Careers / Jobs
Online - Online

Have you ever wondered how innovation works at Starbucks?
Or what STEM roles exist at Starbucks, particularly in engineering?
Come join us for an interactive virtual event in January hosted by the Starbucks R&D team.

Thursday, January 27 @4 pm
Info-Session “NUWC Keyport WSU Alumni Q&A”
Careers / Jobs
Online - Online

Come chat with WSU Alumni to learn about the exciting technologies and career opportunities available at the Naval Undersea Warfare Center in Keyport Washington. Hear their stories as WSU Alumni finding their fit in the workforce.

Monday, January 31 @4:10 pm
Voiland College workshop: Career fair prep
Careers / Jobs
WSU Pullman - Sloan Hall

You have 30 seconds to make an impression… are you ready?

Prepare for the Career Expo—learn how to research employers, give your best impression and network effectively.