Sonos wows audiences around the world with their breathtaking musical performances using 68 chromatically tuned bells. Each bell plays a single note, allowing the ensemble to cover more than five octaves by ringing, slamming, plucking, malleting, shaking, damping, and bouncing bells individually.
For the first time since 2008, the WSU Pullman campus hosted a safety fair, part of the University’s commitment to providing safe, healthy and secure environments for students, faculty, staff and visitors.
The reception recognizes the contributions of more than 600 staff and faculty members who achieved length-of-service milestones or received Crimson Spirit awards during 2017.
This course provides an overview of WSU as a research university. It describes the role of the Office of Research as well as the relationship of WSU and the Washington State University Foundation.
WSU student Danni Messina was feeling thankful over the Thanksgiving weekend and wanted to support a good cause. Two days later, her goodwill gesture for St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital had her on the hook for over $200,000 and by her own admission feeling a bit panicked. Rather than throw in the towel, Messina showed the world how Cougar innovation works.
With fun activities for the entire family, this is a great way to kick off the holiday season. Children are invited to have pictures taken with Santa Claus and Santa Butch, as well as enjoy holiday craft making, music, and refreshments.
To meet the needs of the rapidly expanding senior living industry, WSU has added an online senior living certificate program to its hospitality business management curriculum.
Coaching the Van Driver, a required training program for those who plan to rent a full-sized van from the WSU Motor Pool, has openings available in the Dec. 7 class in Pullman.
Researchers will focus on three specific themes: the properties and structure of nanoscale radioactive materials; the thermochemistry, or heat energy, associated with these materials; and how nanoscale nuclear materials react in various chemical environments.
The recent simulation, called the Real Time (RT) Super Lab, aims to boost future electric grid stability. If electricity can be moved across the globe rather than within only isolated networks, the researchers hope that the work will someday lead to savings on infrastructure and energy use.
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.
WSU researchers Caren Goldberg, Katherine Strickler, and Alex Fremier are being honored this week for their use of a technique that can detect minute amounts of DNA to see if at-risk species are in an area.
Faculty and staff are invited to learn about makerspace tools at an upcoming Technology Test Kitchen open house set for 1 p.m., Dec. 6, at The Spark 102 (Faculty Innovation Lab) or via a webinar.
December Holiday Reduced Operations will be Wednesday, December 27, 2017 through Friday, December 29, 2017. Most university operations and services will be unavailable during this time.
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.