Activist Shaun King’s keynote address on Jan. 18 headlines a packed schedule of WSU community events.
Led by Pullman faith leaders, the event is hosted under the theme “Our Human Unity.”
Young Men in Song and Christopher Sierra on tenor will perform this week with the WSU School of Music.
The Association for Faculty Women will host three upcoming events.
Featured speaker is Elliot Mainzer of Bonneville Power Administration, who will discuss upcoming challenges and opportunities of the Pacific Northwest electrical grid.
Dr. Ryan Jackson, Assistant Professor at Utah State University, will present “CRISPR RNA – guided adaptive immunity in bacteriain.”
Abstract submissions are being accepted for the Academic Showcase and the GPSA Research Exposition through Jan. 22.
Philip Bates will present a seminar on “Defining the Plant Lipid Metabolic Network and Identifying bottlenecks in Plant oil Engineering.”
WSU Vancouver has two new exhibits on display through April 13.
WSU Vancouver faculty member John Barber produces this year’s performance as part of his Re-Imagined Radio project.
The sale features already-picked fruit at the R. B. Tukey Horticulture Orchard, 3334 Terre View Drive, Pullman
A celebratory reception for College of Arts & Sciences Dean Daryll DeWald, who is leaving to become chancellor of the WSU Spokane campus, is scheduled for 3:30-5 p.m. Monday, Dec. 18, at the Center for Undergraduate Education (CUE), room 518, in Pullman.
The final Coffee & Politics will feature a discussion by local legislators of the upcoming legislative session in Olympia.
The seminar, presented by Ma Yunsheng, chairman of the board of Shangdong Chambroad Holding Co., Ltd., is set for Monday, Dec. 11, 2017 at 3:10 p.m.
The free event, called Ask a Poet / Write a Poem, will be at the Bundy Reading Room in Avery Hall and provides participants with an opportunity to learn about poetry and about Marshall’s experience as the state’s official Poet Laureate.
The fair highlights books published throughout the year and is open to everyone. Festivities include steep discounts of 20-50% on all titles, drawings for free books, and complimentary refreshments.
Sonos wows audiences around the world with their breathtaking musical performances using 68 chromatically tuned bells. Each bell plays a single note, allowing the ensemble to cover more than five octaves by ringing, slamming, plucking, malleting, shaking, damping, and bouncing bells individually.