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  • Guided Walking Tour of the WSU Wine Science Center

    The Wine Science Center provides viticulture and enology professionals with technical know-how to meet industry needs. This 40,000-square-foot facility includes a state-of-the-art research and teaching winery, research laboratories, classrooms and meeting spaces that showcase WSU’s research and education and serve as a gathering place for industry members, students and visiting scholars from around the world. 

    Featuring a unique fermentation system:

    • 192 stainless-steel fermenters, individually temperature controlled, connected by monitoring systems that provide real-time data.

    • Automatic pump-overs to mix the fermenting wine regularly.

    • Wireless data transmission to a central computer, allowing the winemaker to track and record multiple fermentations simultaneously. 

    Also specialized research labs for plant physiology, wine chemistry and microbiology, molecular biology and sensory analysis. 

    For more information go to- http://www.wine.wsu.edu/

    MARCH 11, 2016 FRIDAY MEET AT 2:50 PM, TOUR IS 1 HOUR LONG

    LIMITED TO FIRST 20 PEOPLE

    SIGN UP WITH TOM PITKIN- TWHALER@HOTMAIL.COM

    DIRECTION PROVIDED AFTER SIGNUPS ARE COMPLETE
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  • Walla Walla University Engineers Week Banquet

    WHEN:                 Thursday, February 25, 6:30 pm

    WHERE:               Courtyard Marriott, 550 West Rose St., Walla Walla

    TICKETS:              General $40 / Students $28. Call 509-527-2765. Reservation deadline Thursday, February 17.

     

    The Edward F. Cross School of Engineering will celebrate National Engineers’ Week with an annual Engineering Dinner and Egg Drop Competition.  At the dinner on February 25, Mark Westcott will speak on “Embracing the Creativity Challenge.”  Mr. Westcott has had a 20-year career in product design and engineering to date. He is currently the owner of AFTGOG Design, LLC, an industrial design and engineering firm specializing in product development. He was previously owner and principal of nfuzion LLC; director of engineering and product development for Hauser, Inc.; and product development engineer at Compression. He is also currently teaching engineering at a high school in the Vancouver, WA, area. The dinner will take place at the Courtyard Marriott Hotel at 6:30 p.m. The cost is $28 for students and $40 for the general public.  Those who wish to attend must RSVP by calling 509-527-2765 by February 17.

     

    Earlier on the same day will be the annual Egg Drop Contest at noon on Kretschmar Lawn at WWU. Participants will toss eggs off the roof of Kretschmar Hall in the hopes that their egg-safety devices they have designed will protect the egg from breaking as it hits the ground.

     

    You may view, download and print the poster at: https://wallawalla.edu/academics/areas-of-study/undergraduate-programs/engineering/e-week-dinner/.

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