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    Thursday, August 22

    @ 11:00 AM
    MME Seminar
    Characterizing Complex Mixtures for Improved Chemical Processes- Presented by Steven R. Saunders, Assistant Professor, School of Chemical Engineering & Bioengineering.

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    Submit an Event

    “Events, lectures, and symposiums” were among the most cited items of interest in recent surveys with our students, staff, and faculty. Recent changes to the system now allow any WSU employee to add events to the WSU Calendar.

    To add your event, visit the Voiland College Event Calendar and select “Submit an Event” on the right. A helpful tutorial is also provided- Tip #10 is especially important!

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    Go Cougs!

    Omar Al-Hassawi offered natural tips on how to beat the heat this summer in the WSU Insider.

    Students of Amanda Hohner, Richard Watts, and Ph.D. candidate Mehnaz Shams recently competed in the Waste-management Education Research Consortium (WERC) Environmental Design Contest.

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    Mani Venkatasubramanian has been appointed as director of the Energy Systems Innovation Center.

    John Swensen and graduate students Mahdieh Babaiasl and Fan Yang are creating waterjet-based, steerable needles that could give doctors more accuracy and control and reduce tissue damage in many common, non-invasive medical procedures.

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    Go Cougs!

    Jacob Leachman has received a $1.8 million grant from the U.S. Army to demonstrate a liquid hydrogen-powered UAV and refueling system.

    Matt Engels, a Ph.D. student who has been working with Professor Scott Hudson, is lead author of a paper on the research that improves the software used to track thousands of near-Earth asteroids and comets in the July issue of Astronomy and Computing.

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Voiland College Safety

Mandatory Safety Training

New Safety Training for All Voiland College Employees

Safety Committee

Maintaining and enhancing a healthy and safe work environment is a responsibility shared by all University employees and students. Voiland College Safety committee members act as points of contact for anyone within the college to bring forward their questions or concerns about safety.

BremertonPhilip Dodge(360)
CEENatalia Kaiser(509)
CMECBob Duncan(509)
CMRJoshah Jennings(509)
CSA/UndergradMonika Jones(509)
Dean's OfficeTina Hilding(509)
Dean's OfficeDar Neunherz(509)
EECSScott Hanson(509)
Engineering ShopsMiles Pepper(509)
EverettDerek Strong(509)
MMEBob Richards(509)
SDCDavid Drake(509)
VancouverSam Judd(360)
VSCEB and Committee ChairBilly Schmuck(509)