PULLMAN, Wash. – Job hunting, career insights and networking will be among the topics of a workshop for early-career scientists and engineers 8 a.m.-5 p.m. Saturday, July 18, in Smith CUE 203 at Washington State University.
By Cheryl Reed, WSU Graduate School PULLMAN, Wash. – Thirteen new scientists bring to 33 the number of doctoral students at Washington State University who are pursuing solutions to the world’s complex problems as three-year Achievement Rewards for College Scientists (ARCS) fellows.
Video by Matthew Haugen, WSU News Service Related: Details on the Goldwater Scholarship program Details on PNNL’s bio-based product research program are at pnl.gov/biobased RICHLAND – A WSU Tri-Cities student and Pacific Northwest National Laboratory intern earned the national Barry M. Goldwater Scholarship for the 2010-2011 academic year. Kristen Meyer, a […]
The Entomology Club Student Choice Seminar, “Looking Upward and Outward: Forest Canopy Research and Outreach” is on Dec. 12. Dr. Nalini Nadkarni, from The Evergreen State College’s Environmental Studies Program will be speaking at 3:10pm in room T-101 in the Food Science and Human Nutrition building. Dr. Nadkarni was recently interviewed on NPR’s Morning Edition […]
Mad Science presents, “Don’t Try This at Home II: Newton’s Revenge,” the spectacular live stage show that explores the zany side of science today at 7 p.m . Professor Pruvitt and Crash are back again as they continue to demystify the fundamental Laws of Motion by demonstrating the role physics plays in our everyday lives. With a […]
Former Carnegie Institution president and Washington State University physics alumnus Philip Abelson died Aug. 1 in Bethesda, Md. at the age of 91. The first recipient (in 1962) of the WSU Regents’ Distinguished Alumnus Award, and a recipient of a WSU Foundation Outstanding Service Award, Abelson was perhaps best known as a scientist for his […]
SPOKANE — A leading researcher and business entrepreneur is joining the faculty at Washington State University Spokane as part of the extension of WSU’s internationally recognized Institute for Shock Physics. Hergen Eilers will lead nanophase enhanced optical research, the first of the laboratory’s focus areas to be housed at WSU Spokane. The holder of seven […]
The scientist who first slowed, and then stopped light will deliver the annual S. Town Stephenson Distinguished Lecture at Washington State University. The talk, “Light at Bicycle Speed…and Slower, Yet!” by Harvard physicist Lene Vestergaard Hau is slated for 7 p.m. Thursday, March 27, in the Webster Physics Building room 16. In 1999, Hau slowed […]