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November 2018

“Organic Electronics–Printable, Flexible, Biocompatible” (Common Reading event)

November 26 @ 4:30 pm - 5:30 pm

Held in CUE 203 Brian Collins, award-winning assistant professor of physics, will talk about his research developing organic electronics. His research lab--composed of undergraduates and graduate students--is highly interdisciplinary, straddling physics, materials science, electrical engineering, and chemistry. Their cutting-edge research could help improve the design and performance of organic polymers: flexible, stretchable, biocompatible electronic materials that could be used to make everything from printable solar cells to brain implants that restore movement to paralyzed limbs.  Verification of attendance at a…

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“The Value of Self-Care”: by Robby Cooper (HD)

November 27 @ 7:00 pm - 8:30 pm

Presented in Spark G-45 JUST IN TIME FOR FINALS!  Come hear both about how you can take care of yourself during this stressful part of the semester (and beyond) and about how these techniques are recognized as powerful components of medicine today and soonish!  Robby Cooper (Human Development) will talk about the importance of self-care as an essential component of healthy development and well-being for emerging adults. He will discuss the recent focus on self-care as a “first medicine” by cutting-edge…

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December 2018

Soonish Film Festival: A Presentation and Contest of Projects from HD 205

December 4 @ 5:30 pm - 6:30 pm
Todd Auditorium (116) WA United States

Held in Todd Aud (116) In Soonish, the authors, Kelly and Zach Weinersmith, explore technologies in 10 emerging fields and give us a glimpse into the amazing world we will have, soonish. This fall semester, HD 205 students were challenged to create innovative solutions to address the tough social issues that we may face soonish, using videos to promote their ideas. Come see the films and and creative ideas of fellow students--and vote for the top presentations (they'll get awards!).…

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Soonish Sustainable City Projects: Displays by SOE 110 students

December 6 @ 2:50 pm - 4:05 pm
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One event on December 7, 2018 at 8:10am

Ensminger Pavilion WA United States

Presented in Ensminger Pavilion   Cities are complex systems of energy, food, water, people, and infrastructure. Cities house most of the world's population and are places where many decisions about the environment occur. Many people in cities may live their entire lives without leaving their urban setting, perhaps not even realizing how connected their health and well-being are to the ecosystem outside, and sometimes even within, the urban area. Energy, water, and food quality as well as accessibility vary from…

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Soonish Sustainable City Projects: Displays by SOE 110 students

December 7 @ 8:10 am - 4:05 pm
|Recurring Event (See all)

One event on December 7, 2018 at 8:10am

Ensminger Pavilion WA United States

Presented in Ensminger Pavilion   Cities are complex systems of energy, food, water, people, and infrastructure. Cities house most of the world's population and are places where many decisions about the environment occur. Many people in cities may live their entire lives without leaving their urban setting, perhaps not even realizing how connected their health and well-being are to the ecosystem outside, and sometimes even within, the urban area. Energy, water, and food quality as well as accessibility vary from…

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February 2019

“The Art of Comics,” a lecture by visiting writer Mita Mahalo

February 14, 2019 @ 3:00 pm - 4:00 pm

More details to come. 

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