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Ukraine and Russia: What You Need to Know

12:30 p.m. / G23 Life Sciences Building

Anticipating great interest in the topic given its prominence in the news lately, the Department of World Languages, Literatures and Linguistics and the Department of Political Science will offer a discussion of where we are and how we got here in terms of the situation with Ukraine and Russia as well as take audience questions. The event is free and open to the public. 


First Principles AI at Tesla

2:30 p.m. / G09 White Hall

From batteries and factories to cars and power walls, Tesla uses artificial intelligence in the development cycle of nearly every product. By rigorously introducing what is at the heart of these applications, the neural network, Gavin Hall will demystify buzzwords and share how Tesla adapts this subset of learning models to solve some of its biggest technical challenges and stay at the forefront of modern AI.


You Can Do Sociology Anywhere

1 p.m. / 104 Downtown Campus Library

Henry Brownstein and Rosemary Gido have navigated research careers in both academic and government agency settings. Drawing on these experiences, they will offer insights into the rewards and challenges of conducting research in political settings, developing skillsets that support career paths in each arena and keeping your sociological imagination attuned to the exciting world of research. The event is presented by the WVU Research Center on Violence