The keynote speaker at the April 10 Inland Northwest Research Symposium on the WSU Spokane campus will be Erin Flynn-Evans, Ph.D., Director of the NASA Ames Research Center Fatigue Countermeasures Laboratory.
All students, staff, faculty and researchers in the community are invited to attend and submit abstracts.
WSU Faculty have until March 9 to order regalia for commencement. This allows enough time to order the proper hood colors for degree/institution. If you place your order after March 9, you will receive WSU regalia.
Location: Waterfront Activities Center of the University of Washington, Great Room
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All students, staff, faculty, and researchers in the community are invited to attend and submit abstracts for the 2018 Inland Northwest Research Symposium (INRS) to be held on campus on Tuesday, April 10.
Deadline for submitting abstracts is Tuesday, March 6. Guidelines for submission and the online form to submit are located on the INRS 2018 webpage here. The Symposium will be from 12 p.m. to 3 p.m., with the keynote speech at 2 p.m., in the CCRS open court area next to the Bookie.
Questions? Contact the Graduate Research Student Association, Spokane.firstname.lastname@example.org.