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Learn about mechanisms that may lead to sleep-related accidents

SPOKANE – A guest lecture by Dr. Melinda Jackson of Melbourne, Australia will be held on Thursday Feb. 12 from 2-3pm in the AcademicCenter room 347 at the Riverpoint Campus. “The Effects of Acute Sleep Deprivation on Driving-Related Processes in Professional Drivers” will be hosted by the Sleep and Performance Research Center, and will discuss […]

The legal history of slavery and immigration

VANCOUVER  – Paul Finkelman, a specialist in American legal history and race, will be delivering two lectures at WSU on Jan. 29. Both lectures are free and open to the public. Parking is available in metered spaces or in the Blue Lot for $3 per day and free after 7p.m. “Asian Immigration to the U.S.: […]

Global warming, religion and politics part of Foley Institute’s public lectures

PULLMAN — The Thomas S. Foley Institute for Public Policy and Public Service will present a public lecture by Robert K. Musil, former executive director of Physicians for Social Responsibility, at 3:30 p.m. Jan. 21 in CUE 202. Musil, author of “Hope for a Heated Planet” (2009), will talk about climate change. His presentation, “How […]

Atomic Man physician to lecture

RICHLAND – The doctor who treated the “Atomic Man” following a Hanford chemical accident in 1976 will speak April 24 at WSU Tri-Cities. Dr. Bryce Breitenstein was the occupational medicine physician for the Hanford Environmental Health Foundation from 1974 to 1989. He led the team that provided care for Mr. Harold McCluskey a 64-year-old Hanford […]

Lecturer at WSU to talk about terrorism

SPOKANE — Recruits and the al-Qaida Network is the lecture topic hosted by Washington State University’s Institute for the Study of Intercommunal Conflict (ISIC). Elena Mastors, a terrorism specialist from the U.S. Naval War College will speak about conflict and terrorism and the important role of individuals in extremist groups. The lecture is slated for […]

Department presents Women’s History Lectures

PULLMAN – The Department of History at WSU is presenting a series of lectures during the month of March in recognition of Women’s History Month. History faculty members and graduate students will speak about the achievements of women in the U.S., their historical significance and their lasting impact. All lectures are free and open to […]

Tri-Cities lecturer focuses on relationships

RICHLAND – Building and strengthening reciprocal teaching relationships with Native American students will be the topic of a 7 p.m. lecture this Thursday (Feb. 28) at WSU Tri-Cities. The speaker, Michael Pavel, an associate professor in the WSU Department of Educational Leadership and Counseling Psychology in Pullman, is also a Traditional Bearer of Southern Puget […]