Jean-Sabin McEwen was named a 2018 Influential Researcher by Industrial and Engineering Chemistry Research.
Bernard Van Wie is leading an interdisciplinary WSU research team that will examine how well students learn with the hands-on learning modules and how they perform compared to students sitting in traditional lectures. The five-year effort is funded by a recently announced $2.4 million National Science Foundation grant.
Jan Boll will lead a National Science Foundation effort to develop an international network of scientists for the study of how water supplies that come from high mountain headwaters might change in a warming climate.
Anjan Bose and Akram Hossain will be inducted into WSU’s Quarter Century Club this week.
Jena Jauchius’ wildlife artwork is on display through mid-December at the Animal Health Library in Wegner Hall 170, part of the twice-yearly “Art in the Library” program.
Engineering student and Bechtel intern Louis Theriault is featured on WSU-Tri Cities’ website.
WSU Vancouver engineering students competed in NASA and Spaceport America Cup challenges this summer.
A WSU research team led by Subhanshu Gupta have developed an implantable, biofuel-powered sensor that runs on sugar and can monitor a body’s biological signals to detect, prevent, and diagnose diseases.
Elizabeth Viele, Sophia Schuur, Sarah Fakhoury, Kelsey Nash, Ehdieh Khaledian, and Jessica Zhou were among the WSU students who attended last week’s Grace Hopper Celebration, the world’s largest gathering of women technologists.
Upcoming Seminars and Events
|Oct 2||ESIC Seminar Series: Reactive Power: The Shocking Truth Revealed! w/ Harold Kirkham||11 AM||ETRL 101|
|Oct 3||VCEA Safety Training||11:30 AM||ETRL 101|
|Oct 8||Seminar by Dr. Andrew Merryweather, Associate Professor, University of Utah, “Advancing Human Safety and Ergonomics through Sensing and Simulation”||4:10PM||ADBF 1002|
|Oct 8||JCDREAM Symposium||9 – 5 PM||WSU Everett|
|Oct 9||ESIC Seminar Series: Continuous-Time Scheduling and Pricing Models for Enhancing the Flexibility of Power Systems with Masood Parvania||11 AM||ETRL 101|
|Oct 15-19||WSU Research Week||Various||Various|
Be Safe Cougs
Flu Shot Fridays
Flu season is approaching fast! You can help prevent the flu by getting your flu vaccine at one of Cougar Health Services’ Flu Shot Friday events or by making an appointment with your health care provider.
It’s important that you get your flu shot early in the season. After getting a flu vaccine, it takes about two weeks for your body to develop the antibodies that will protect you from flu virus.
Learn more about Flu Shot Fridays 2018 – Every Friday from September 28 to October 26.
Award and Research Opportunities
Student Research Opportunities and Internships
WSU offers a number of opportunities available to undergraduate students who wish to gain experiences working in their field of interest, including:
WSU’s student employment/internship portal: Handshake.