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Oct. 9-13: Research Week focuses on advancing research, building partnerships

PULLMAN, Wash. – Join the WSU Office of Research for WSU Research Week, offering attendees tools and strategies to advance their research goals, build new partnerships, and identify new research opportunities. Events will be held Oct. 9-13 on the Pullman campus.

Events are free and open to the public. A detailed schedule and online registration are available on the Research Week website.

This inaugural event will kick off with a town-hall styled event, covering WSU research initiatives and progress on the strategic reallocation projects funded in 2016.

A series of workshops will be dedicated to enhancing research and career planning. These sessions will consider how the Office of Research serves WSU researchers, matchmaking for interdisciplinary research, alternatives to federal funding, and more.

“We are extremely pleased to offer a robust series of town halls, workshops and lectures that will assist all WSU researchers to succeed and thrive,” said Chris Keane, vice president for research. “The panels will feature successful WSU researchers who will share their expertise through informative, interactive presentations and discussions.”

The week will culminate with a Vice President of Research’s Distinguished Lecture presentation by astrophysicist, Ronald Polidan, Ph.D. Light refreshments will follow.

Contact:

  • Emily Brashear, Office of Research, emily.brashear@wsu.edu

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