Seminars and Events

Third annual “Virtual Summit: Incorporating Data Science and Open Science in Aquatic Research”!

“Virtual Summit: Incorporating Data Science and Open Science in Aquatic Research”! The virtual summit will take place 28-29 July 2022 13:00-17:00 EDT via zoom. Registration is free for everyone and will remain open until 27 July, but zoom login information (link, password, etc.) will be emailed on  19 and 27 July. The link to registration […]

SCIENCE TALK ’22

Have you ever struggled to explain why your science matters to someone else? Have you ever been frustrated at the way science is covered in the media or how it is “misused” in policy? SCIENCE TALK ’22 will unite science communicators, practitioners, and facilitators for an exciting hybrid event featuring presentations, workshops, expert panels, and […]

New seminar series!

CEREO and the Native American Program are very pleased to co-sponsor a semester of discussions with tribal scientists, educators, and community leaders as we explore traditional approaches to natural resource management.  Planned for the last Wednesday of each month at 3pm, our guests this semester include: 2/23: Todd Mitchell (Swinomish), WSU Alum and Swinomish Director of […]

Conversation on facilitating research across countries with Center of Excellence for Water and The Water Resource Center

The State of Washington Water Research Center will be hosting representatives from the Center of Excellence (COE) for Water in Egypt on February 10 & 11, 2022.  The WRC is a partner on this $30M USAID project that is seeking to expand opportunities for water-related research, education, and international exchange in Egypt.   During this time, we hope to […]

Exec. Policy on Tribal Consultation Training – 26 Jan 2022

The Office of Tribal Relation and the CNRC will be offering a virtual training on Executive Policy #41 on Tribal Engagement, Consultation, and Consent for CEREO Affiliates on January 26, 2022 at 3pm via Zoom.  This training session will provide an overview of the development of, and current standing of, EP #41 and have time for questions from participants. […]

Sustainability Sessions during the Microsoft Research Summit 2021

Sustainability Sessions during the Microsoft Research Summit 2021 We’d like to promote the inaugural Microsoft Research Summit taking place next week as it includes two sessions on sustainability related research, specifically on driving towards carbon negative. Check out additional details on the summit below and register here today! Advancing technology, benefiting humanity  For 30 years, […]

Water Summit

Virtual on Thursday, October 21st from 6-8pm. Please register to attend this Zoom Webinar format. We are honored to have Amy Vickers, Amy Vickers & Associates, joining us as our 2021 Keynote.  Amy literally “wrote the book” on water conservation. Her presentation, “Hello, Future Water Savings from Conservation and Efficiency – Goodbye, Water Waste and Supply […]

WSU Research Week 2021 Oct 11-15

Join the Office of Research for our fifth annual Research Week! This year, featured events include competitions for seed and travel funding, learn from Fulbright Scholars, and hear flash talks from distinguished scholars. We will announce competition winners and recognize research achievements by faculty and staff during an awards ceremony and reception. All are welcome […]

Seminar: Quantifying pesticide impacts on populations: Two decades of technological change in crop protection and what it means for butterfly research

Braeden Van Denzye, NOAA/UW, October 11, 2021 3:10-4:10 In person – VUB225- or via ZOOM (Vancouver) https://wsu.zoom.us/j/94098314465?pwd=ZnVtaElaeXpOOEpOTkI3QXppbnZpUT09 Evidence is growing that insect populations, including several butterfly populations across the United States, are in decline. In addition to changing land use and climate change, agricultural pesticide use is a commonly hypothesized driver of such declines. Since […]

How to Write Proposals that Get Funded and Papers that Get Cited: Story and Story Structure (The Strategy of Communication)

October 7 @ 12:00 pm – 2:00 pm This –VIRTUAL– event is free for graduate and undergraduate students, as well as for faculty This session will focus on story and story structure—the big picture. What are the key elements that frame your strategy for a piece? This emphasizes what Dr. Josh Schimel calls the “OCAR […]