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.
The on-premise mainframe will go offline at 2 a.m. on Saturday, December 2, and cloud-based mainframe will be made available again as soon as the migration and validation efforts are complete, no later than 10 p.m. Sunday, December 3.
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.
The new $5 per line monthly charge follows WSU’s shift in July to Level 3 as its new phone service provider. While the university now benefits from reduced costs for incoming calls, overall recurring monthly phone expenses have increased.
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 name is “Bitter Rivalry.” The ingredients, however, in Elysian Brewing Company’s newest pale ale, brewed to commemorate the 110th Apple Cup, come together in harmony from across Washington state.
The two-phase competition involved the collaboration of students from diverse backgrounds, including architecture and construction management, responding to a request for qualifications, and request for proposals for a student health and wellness facility on a liberal arts college campus in the northwestern region of the United States.
WSU College of Veterinary Medicine held its 19th Annual CVM Student and Post-Doctoral Research Symposium, showcasing quality research.
A decade of organizing sports physical clinics for Vancouver-area students made Melody Rasmor a “Real Hero” to Clark County leaders.
John Peters, director of Washington State University’s Institute of Biological Chemistry, has been named a Fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science.
Cavagnetto has for years been interested in the construction and critique of argument as students pose questions, gather data, and negotiate evidence-based claims. He was the co-chair of the international Argument-Based Inquiry Conference in 2015.
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.
Lightning and thunderclaps accompanied tumbling snowflakes last Thursday night over the Palouse in what meteorologists call a thundersnow. The Nov. 16 event moved through areas including Moscow and Pullman within a 10-minute time period. Though brief, it presented an enthralling, seldom-seen show.
As a board member, McCluskey will provide advice on requests and inquiries from Congress, federal and state agencies and other groups, identify frontiers of science and policy in the food, agricultural, and natural resources system, and advocate for the work of the Board.
The additional service, announced Thursday afternoon by Alaska Air, is scheduled to begin in early January to coincide with the beginning of spring semester and will resume again on select days in March to help accommodate spring break travel. The idea of additional Pullman service on key winter travel weekends was discussed in a recent meeting between President Kirk Schulz and Alaska Air CEO Brad Tilden.
Four finalists for the WSU Tri-Cities chancellorship have been announced and will visit the Tri-Cities and Pullman campuses Nov. 27-December 5.