Hosted by the WSU School of Music, join members of the Treble and Tenor/Bass Choirs as they carol around the campus spreading good cheer from 7-9 p.m.
All varieties are $11 for 6.5-inch pots. Choose from Premium Red, Prestige Red, Prestige Maroon, Snowcap, Freedom Pink, and Red Glitter.
In this free workshop, participants will learn about the publication process, the foundations of good scientific writing, constructing a manuscript, and the scientific review process.
Jason Young, federal project director at DOE Hanford Office of River Protection, will focus on the direct feed of the waste to the low activity waste facility. He will also describe how the direct-feed-low-activity-waste approach at the Hanford Site will enable treatment as soon as 2022, as well as outline the cooperative efforts needed to support the operations.
Organizers describe it as a great place to find unique holiday gifts ranging from cups and bowls to magnets, ceramic jewelry and more. Plus, a raffle is planned for a one-of-a-kind ceramic art piece.
The potential impact of currently proposed federal tax reform bills will be discussed by a founding member of the Tax Sage Network, 4:30 p.m. Wednesday, Nov. 29, in Spark G45 at Washington State University.
The revived and expanded event is scheduled for Nov. 28 in the CUB Senior Ballroom in Pullman. It features vendor displays and an awards ceremony recognizing several WSU employees and others for their safety, health and security related accomplishments.
After the game against Kentucky, the team will host a free youth skills clinic for kids 8th grade and younger.
After 44 years in the same location, the WSU Museum of Art will close its doors Friday, Nov. 17, in preparation for the move to its new, glass-encased crimson facility next door and is hosting a community reception featuring a special lecture by renowned multimedia artist Wendy Red Star and her 10-year-old daughter, Beatrice Red Star Fletcher.
WSU Surplus Stores is having a sale for WSU departments. Save 50 percent on all vertical file cabinets and all LCD monitors for the month of November.
All meetings will take place at the Firstenburg Student Commons building in the room locations outlined in the schedule below, except as otherwise noted.
The WSU School of Music has several free evening performances this week.
The Modernization Initiative, led by WSU Human Resources, Information Technologies, and Financial Services departments, has narrowed the choices to two vendors that are demonstrating their software to faculty, staff and others across the university system.
Eric Bruns, a professor of psychiatry and behavioral sciences at the University of Washington School of Medicine, will discuss the array of real world strategies that are being innovated and applied in public child-serving systems.
Last year, third-year architecture students designed portable homeless shelters and the exhibit includes a full-scale version of one of them. As part of the project, the students were asked to design an affordable, portable, flexible, compact and efficient shelter for homeless people, using computational design and emergent technologies.
Yale University sociology Professor Elijah Anderson will discuss the resilience of the “cosmopolitan canopy” — a metaphor for civil society — and how the canopy can help teach, reinforce and spread social tolerance and mutual understanding.
Hope Rising from the Dept. of Landscape Architecture presents a CEREO seminar entitled “Resilient by Design: Water Urbanism for Climate and Environmental Adaptation.” Rising will present on Nov. 8 at 3:10 p.m. in PACCAR 202.