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Monday, September 26 @ 9:00 AM Drop-in Résumé Review and Career Fair Prep Dana Hall

Give your résumé extra pizzazz before handing it to a recruiter at the career fair.

Friday, September 30 @ 3:15 PM Blue Origin — Information Session Sloan Hall Pullman WA

A team from Blue Origin will be on campus to meet with students and answer questions about working for Blue Origin.

Monday, October 3 @ 4:10 PM CHE 598 Seminar: Global Health – The Push For Clean Energy and Accessible Diagnostics Center for Undergraduate Education (CUE)

Throughout the world, two major societal issues requiring profound attention are (i) the development of clean and efficient energy storing devices and (ii) access to appropriate healthcare. The synergistic relationship between the need for accessible diagnostics and clean energy stem from the recent recognition and importance of ‘Global Health’. Electrochemistry, which plays an important role in a variety of scientific pursuits, is heavily relied upon in the fields of diagnostics and sustainable energy and is thus well-suited to make significant contributions to Global Health.

Monday, October 3 @ 6:00 PM 19th Annual Evening with Industry Elson S. Floyd Cultural Center Pullman WA

Join the Society of Women Engineers for the 19th Annual Evening with Industry.
Network with company representatives from fourteen companies prior to WSU’s Fall Career Expo & Technical Fair. Students and company representatives will sit down together for an evening of company presentations, dinner, dessert and networking.

Tuesday, October 4 @ 11:00 AM ESIC-AGI FA22 Power Seminar Series: Composable, Expressive and Portable Modeling for High-Performance Power System Simulation Electrical and Mechanical Engineering Building

This talk will introduce the design of the ANDES software for power system modeling and large-scale stability simulation. The work is motivated to enable the rapid prototyping of practical yet complex stability models for research by reducing the programming efforts.

Tuesday, October 4 @ 12:00 PM Enclosure-First Approach: How Fundamental Principles and Good Design Lead to Passive House-Level Performance Elson S. Floyd Cultural Center Pullman WA

The building enclosure provides an environmental separation between the interior and exterior spaces and controls the transfer of heat, air, and moisture between these two unique environments.

Wednesday, October 5 @ 12:00 PM Cold Climate Heat Pumps: A Necessary Tool for Reducing Carbon Emissions Elson S. Floyd Cultural Center Pullman WA

Heat pump technology is changing the way single-family residences are being heated and cooled. Heating systems that are reliant on gas or electric resistance heating can be changed to a heat pump and meaningfully reduce carbon emissions. While most heat pumps can be used in residential retrofits and new residential construction in Washington State climate zones, the cold weather limitations of heat pumps may need to be considered in some building locations to ensure the unit installed can meet optimal heating temperatures during cold winter months. In this lecture, key takeaways from a cold climate heat pump study performed by RDH Building Science Inc. for Fortis BC Inc. will be discussed.

Thursday, October 6 @ 11:00 AM School of Mechanical and Materials Engineering Seminar, “Building Intelligent Manufacturing Systems: From Industrial Robotics to Cyber Manufacturing Services”, Presented by Dr. Shreyes Melkote Engineering Teaching Research Laboratory Pullman WA

This talk will present some of the recent advances we have made through our work on real-time sensing and control of industrial robots for accurate machining of large-scale structures, robust machining chatter detection using human-machine interaction, and data-driven methods for automatically learning the capabilities of manufacturing processes from design and manufacturing data to enable future on-demand cyber manufacturing services.

Thursday, October 6 @ 4:00 PM Schweitzer Engineering Hall Pre-Design Community Open House Engineering Teaching Research Laboratory Pullman WA

Voiland College is having an open house and invites the WSU community to give their thoughts and input to help us shape how we invest in supporting generations of future problem solvers.

Monday, October 10 @ 4:10 PM CHE 598 Seminar: Anharmonic Effects on Material Properties at High Temperatures From Ab Initio Molecular Dynamics Simulations Center for Undergraduate Education (CUE)

Ab initio molecular dynamics simulation technique is a promising tool to study various properties of vibrational spectra, X-ray spectra, free energy, entropy, etc. even at high temperatures. With the harmonic phonon model, all interatomic forces are treated as purely harmonic so that the equilibrium distance between atoms is independent of temperature.

Tuesday, October 18 @ 11:00 AM Voiland College Student Success Open House Dana Hall

Join the Voiland College Student Success team, Student Ambassadors, and Student Club Representatives as we share student learning and maker spaces, resources for academic success, and other helpful information. A build-your-own-trail mix progressive snack and warm drinks will be provided!

Monday, October 24 @ 10:30 AM 2022 Ensor Lectureship presented by Dr. Levi Thompson Compton Union Building

The Ensor Lecture in the Gene and Linda Voiland School of Chemical Engineering and Bioengineering was established in 2016 to encourage communication and collaboration on emerging ideas in any area related to chemical engineering, bioengineering, aerosol technology and nanotechnology. David Ensor (’63, chemical engineering) and his wife, Sara, established the lectureship as a reflection of their deep interest in higher education and their strongly held belief in the empowerment that education provides for one’s life.

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