Join us for a talk on tolerance by PNW Philosophy Professor David Detmer! Tolerance appears to be an important value. Where do we draw the line? How is the value of tolerance best conceptualized?
Join the College of Engineering and Sciences Distinguished Speaker Series to hear PNW graduate Robert Maldonado present, "Metrology and the Physics of Measurements".
The Sustainability at PNW event showcases of faculty work with a focus on water this year in concert with World Water Day.
Join us for our Distinguished Speaker Series to hear PNW graduate Andrew Jackura present, "From Newton to Nuclei".
The camp introduces 30 high school students to the fundamentals of Electrical and Computer Engineering hosted by PNW.
During this camp, 24 high school students will explore the normal function and pathophysiology of the body, including the role of microbes in health and disease.
This FREE week-long camp will immerse students in hands-on labs and game play activities, including cybersecurity awareness education.
Interpersonal communication skills are essential for personal and professional relationships as well as working with others.
Join the Center for Global Studies for a day-long conference on immigration on PNW's main Hammond campus.
We invite the community and PNW students alike to join us as we discuss how to bridge the gaps in our relationships with the holidays nearing.