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Thursday, July 7 @1 pm
How Can We Change Students’ Mindset About Developing Their Ability?
WSU Pullman

Join us from 1-2 pm on Thursdays, May 12 – July 14 for discussions from: James M. Lang, Small Teaching: Everyday Lessons from the Science of Learning, John Wiley & Sons, Incorporated, 2016. ProQuest Ebook Central. Feel free to read the overview of each chapter, or simply join us in person or via Zoom on the day. We look forward to seeing you!

Thursday, July 7 @3 pm
Hardware Accelerators For Machine Learning: From 3d Manycore To Processing-In-Memory Architectures by Aqeeb Iqbal Arka – Dissertation Defense
WSU Pullman - Online

Big data applications such as – deep learning and graph analytics require hardware platforms that are energy-efficient yet computationally powerful. 3D manycore architectures are the key to efficiently executing such compute- and data-intensive applications. Monolithic 3D (M3D) integration opens up the possibility of designing cores and associated network routers using multiple layers by utilizing monolithic inter-tier vias (MIVs) and hence, reducing the effective wire length.

Wednesday, July 13 @5 pm
Introduction to the Sport of Dog Agility
WSU Pullman - Online
College of Veterinary Medicine Continuing Education Webinar

An overview of agility with an emphasis on health impacts of sport participation.

What’s the difference between NADAC, AKC, UKI, and all the others? What types of athletic activities are required – jumping, running, weaving, climbing? Who are the…

Wednesday, July 13 @5 pm
Agility Dog Health Network: Webinar Series 1 of 6
Online - Online

1) An introduction to the sport of dog agility; 2) Injuries and health needs assessment; 3) Orthopedic evaluation; 4) Shoulder and digit injuries; 5) Iliopsoas injuries and cranial cruciate ligament ruptures; 6) Working with the traveling competitor & dogs.

Thursday, July 14 @1 pm
How Might We Expand Our Teaching Approaches?
WSU Pullman

Join us from 1-2 pm on Thursdays, May 12 – July 14 for discussions from: James M. Lang, Small Teaching: Everyday Lessons from the Science of Learning, John Wiley & Sons, Incorporated, 2016. ProQuest Ebook Central. Feel free to read the overview of each chapter, or simply join us in person or via Zoom on the day. We look forward to seeing you!

Tuesday, July 26 @1 pm
Chemistry PhD Final Defense — Austin Ryan
Online - Online

Abstract:
The field of immunotherapy has been historically dominated by macromolecular biologic treatments, including monoclonal antibodies, cytokines, and heat-inactivated bacteria. Recent advances in the field have indicated that small molecule immunostimulants can induce anti-cancer and anti-bacterial immunity, and several of these compounds (imiquimod, monophosphoryl lipid A) have acquired FDA approval for the treatment of various types of cancer.

Tuesday, July 26 @2:15 pm
Chemistry PhD Final Defense — Robert Lusk
WSU Pullman - Fulmer Hall

Nuclear forensic analysis is a necessary discipline for the enforcement of the United States foreign policies of nuclear deterrence and non-proliferation. As the global situation continues to evolve, further refinement of the methods used by this discipline is necessary to ensure swift and accurate source attribution of nuclear materials. Surrogate nuclear material serves as a valuable tool for testing and improving analytical procedures and operational procedures, particularly regarding post-detonation nuclear forensic analysis.