The Department of Animal Sciences is proud to announce Dr. Ellen Dierenfeld will give the 2018 Halver Lecture in Comparative Nutrition on Tuesday, February 20, at 4:30p in Todd 276.
Student nominations for the 2018 President’s Awards for Leadership will close at 11:59 p.m. today. Nominations are welcome from all WSU campuses.
Do you want to enhance the efficiency and effectiveness of your research team?
The Office of Research Advancement and Partnerships is pleased to host a one-hour discussion on on Thursday, February 22nd on growing your research program using project management strategies.
The Association for Faculty Women is still accepting nominations for the AFW Graduate Students Awards: The AFW Founders’ Award is available to Masters students graduating in Fall 2017, or Spring or Summer 2018.
Music students take the stage this week with performances in voice, trombone and organ. All student recitals are open to the public and without charge.
Thursday, February 22, 8:00 p.m. Graduate Recital: Kiya Fife, mezzo-soprano Bryan Hall Theatre
Friday, February 23, 3:10 p.m. Student Recital: Jacob Zollers, trombone Bryan Hall Theatre
Friday, February 23, 4:10 p.m. Student Recital: Katherine Berndt, soprano and Clare Sullivan, soprano Bryan Hall Theatre
For more information on School of Music performances, visit Upcoming Events
The Department of Physics and Astronomy invites all to a colloquium featuring Dr. Fred Gittes , Department of Physics & Astronomy and Washington State University. Dr. Gittes will present his talk, “Falling cats, curvature and gauge theory”, Tuesday, February 20, at 4:10 p.m. in Webster 17.
Meet for refreshments before the lecture at 3:45 – 4:10 p.m. in the foyer on floor G above the lecture hall.
Curvature and connections, or gauge fields, have become central to physics. I will provide a bird’s-eye view of where these concepts can be used to think about some relatively accessible and fun physics problems, such as the ability … » More …
Junior Sportswriter Day is Sunday, Feb. 25 at 1 p.m. and is a chance for kids to be a member of the media for a day at a women’s basketball game.
Do you have a sushi craving that needs to be satisfied? The Market on Cougar Way is now serving sushi rolls from New Bowl Sushi, located in Troy, Idaho.
The Department of Animal Sciences presents the annual Halver Lecture in Comparative Nutrition, come join us on February 20 at 4:30 p.m. Todd Hall 276.