Washington State University (WSU) Tri-Cities is hosting a panel discussion on clean energy as part of the university’s research week activities that run Oct. 16 - 20.
The panel discussion, “Clean Energy and the Environment” will be held Oct. 18 at 3 p.m. in Collaboration Hall on the WSU Tri-Cities campus and is also available to watch via Zoom by registering on the WSU research week website https://researchweek.wsu.edu/.
The panel features Noel Schulz, director of the Institute for Northwest Energy Futures (INEF), Yonas Demissie, assistant director of INEF, Josh Heyne, director of the Bioproducts Sciences and Engineering Laboratory (BSEL) and Sarah Roley, associate professor in the School of the Environment. The public is invited to attend.
Other WSU Tri-Cities research week events primarily for students and faculty include an informational session about how to find undergraduate research and internship opportunities and a meet and greet with the WSU Tri-Cities grant support team.
Research week is held on WSU campuses throughout the state and is dedicated to celebrating achievements, building partnerships, and pursuing new opportunities for research, scholarship, and creative activity at WSU. It also allows faculty and graduate students an opportunity to compete for funding that will enable them to continue their research.
In addition to the events happening on the WSU Tri-Cities campus, many of the research week events from around the WSU system are available to attend via Zoom. Visit the research week website at https://researchweek.wsu.edu/ to view a calendar of events.
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