Go Cougs!

The Engineering and Technology Management program launched “Project Management in Digital Environments,” a course specifically designed to respond to global demand for professionals ready to lead the projects that comprise your sector’s response to digital transformation.

Arda Gozen and Jana Doppa each received Early Career awards from the National Science Foundation.

Vamos Pumas! Dan Dolan was the keynote speaker for the ACHISINA Congress, and his seismic building research was reported by the local Chilean news.

In a study led by Xianming Shi, researchers found magnesium chloride deicers used on roadways and bridges may be doing more damage than previously thought. The  findings were reported by KREM 2.

WSU Tri-Cities Amir Ameli and alumnus Josef Christ’s 3D-printed sensors made from nanomaterials were featured by KNDU 25.

MSE Ph.D. student Panpan Dong placed first in his category at the GPSA Research Exposition.

NASA contractor for the International Space Station and WSU Vancouver alum Sarah Morgan was profiled in Northwest Crimson & Gray Magazine.

Engineering.com featured John Swenson’s Lighting the A Campaign for internet-connected memorabilia devices.

WSU Student Involvement gave Cougs In Space the RSO Achievement Award for Outstanding Education/Academic Registered Student Organization.

WSU Student Involvement gave the Society of Women Engineers the RSO Achievement Award for Event of the Year for Kids’ Science and Engineering Day.

Armin Teymouri put a shout out to WSU electrical engineering on Washington State Governor/U.S. presidential candidate Jay Inslee’s Instagram page.

Kaitlin Ferguson received a Rising Star award for “…outstanding contributions to SWE, the engineering community, their campus, and the community.”

Be Safe Cougs

Health Fair April 9

Your health plays a major role in your success. Cougar Health Services provides health care, support, and education on WSU’s Pullman campus. Meet some of their providers, learn about services, and enter to win a pair of free frames or sunglasses from the Vision Clinic!


Apr 9ESIC Seminar Series: Technology and Policy Requirements to Deliver Resiliency to Power System Networks w/ Mani Vadari, Modern Grid Solutions11 AMETRL 101
Apr 10#CougsGiveAll DayOnline
Apr 10CE Seminar: Mariana Dobre, University of Idaho – Post-fire Runoff and Soil Erosion4:10 PMPACCAR 202
Apr 12Donuts with the Dean…and Mom1:40 PMSloan 101
Apr 12EECS Executive Speaker Series: Steve Muchlinski-Muchlinski Consulting, Inc.1-3 PMETRL 101
Apr 15CE Seminar: Mary Hill, University of Kansas – Groundwater Sustainability4:10 PMPACCAR 202
Apr 15VSCEB Seminar by Abhaya Datye, Distinguished Regents' Professor and Chair, Department of Chemical and Biological Engineering, University of New Mexico, “Tuning Interactions between Single Atoms and Catalyst Supports: Key to the Design of Thermally Stable and Regenerable Catalysts”4:10PMSPARK G45/ Floyd 210 (WSU Tri-Cities)
Apr 18VCEA Convocation3 PMCUB
Apr 22CE Seminar: Environmental Graduate Student Symposium4:10 PMPACCAR 202
Apr 26VCEA Capstone and Internship Expo9-12 PMCUB
Apr 26Spring 2019 EECS Senior Design Competition9-12 PMCUB
Ends Apr 26Faculty Registration for Spring Commencement  
May 4Spring Commencement11:30 AMBeasley Coliseum

Awards and Research

Opportunities and Deadlines

OpportunityAgencyClose Date
Office of Science Graduate Student Research (SCGSR) Program - The SCGSR program provides doctoral dissertation/thesis research opportunities for graduate students at DOE national laboratoriesDOE05/09/2019
Army Research Laboratory Distinguished Postdoctoral FellowshipNASEM05/31/2019
Crimson Spirit AwardWSUOngoing
ONNL Alternate Sponsored Fellowships (ASF) for Students, Faculty, and Visiting ScientistsPNNL, DOEContinuous
NSF-NIST Interaction in Basic and Applied Scientific Research in BIO, ENG, & MPS (Supplements to existing NSF awards)NSFContinuous
Experiential, Cooperative, and Work-integrated Education Research GrantsCEED- ASEEContinuous

Additional Opportunities

Student Opportunities

Science Undergraduate Laboratory Internships

The Science Undergraduate Laboratory Internships (SULI) program is accepting applications for the Fall 2019 term. Selected students participate as interns appointed at one of 17 participating DOE laboratories/facilities. They perform research, under the guidance of laboratory staff scientists or engineers, on projects supporting the DOE mission. Applications are due May 29.

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