Events

Jan 27
The Wolves 7:30 p.m.

An indoor soccer field somewhere in suburban America. A team of high school age girls. Winter. Saturdays. Playwright Sarah DeLappe invites an audience into the warm-up circle...
The Wolves
January 27–February 11
7:30–9:30 p.m.
Miller Theatre Complex Hope Theatre

An indoor soccer field somewhere in suburban America. A team of high school age girls. Winter. Saturdays. Playwright Sarah DeLappe invites an audience into the warm-up circle along with nine young women who tackle big life questions while they joke, stretch, train, and play. [Ages 13+ for strong language and adult themes.]

 

THE WOLVES  by Sarah deLappe Directed by Tricia Rodley Opening night: January 27th 7:30 pm January 28. February 3, 4, 10, 11 @ 7:30 pm Matinee: February 5 @ 2:00 pm

 

Doors open an hour before the show, no late seating.

 

“The Wolves” is presented by arrangement with Concord Theatricals on behalf of Samuel French, Inc. www.concordtheatricals.com

 

 

Jan 28
The Wolves 7:30 p.m.

An indoor soccer field somewhere in suburban America. A team of high school age girls. Winter. Saturdays. Playwright Sarah DeLappe invites an audience into the warm-up circle...
The Wolves
January 27–February 11
7:30–9:30 p.m.
Miller Theatre Complex Hope Theatre

An indoor soccer field somewhere in suburban America. A team of high school age girls. Winter. Saturdays. Playwright Sarah DeLappe invites an audience into the warm-up circle along with nine young women who tackle big life questions while they joke, stretch, train, and play. [Ages 13+ for strong language and adult themes.]

 

THE WOLVES  by Sarah deLappe Directed by Tricia Rodley Opening night: January 27th 7:30 pm January 28. February 3, 4, 10, 11 @ 7:30 pm Matinee: February 5 @ 2:00 pm

 

Doors open an hour before the show, no late seating.

 

“The Wolves” is presented by arrangement with Concord Theatricals on behalf of Samuel French, Inc. www.concordtheatricals.com

 

 

Jan 29
"Twelfth Night Or What You Will" Auditions 1:00 p.m.

Audition guidelines:  Fully prepare a short (1 minute) monologue from Shakespeare - from any of the plays or sonnets.   (Please do not bring a monologue from...
"Twelfth Night Or What You Will" Auditions
January 29
1:00–4:00 p.m.
Miller Theatre Complex Robinson Theatre

Audition guidelines:  Fully prepare a short (1 minute) monologue from Shakespeare - from any of the plays or sonnets.   (Please do not bring a monologue from "Twelfth Night"!)

 

Sign up https://docs.google.com/document/d/1HJtiOb78t06zAfg8H5RcPVX4DFF-9mkGfr14wSKSEKY/

For further questions, please contact the director, John Schmor, jbschmor@uoregon.edu 

Callbacks: Will be held Monday evening, January 30, with short readings from the play.

Rehearsals: Rehearsals begin in March. Performances in late May.

Synopsis of the play:   One of Shakespeare’s most popular comedies! Twins separated by storm and shipwreck, make their way in the land called Illyria, a place where both sister and brother must navigate new identities, new loves, pranks and pretensions. If you’ve ever found yourself in love with the “wrong” person and through many mistakes more truly found yourself, this is a play you’ll want to see.

Jan 31
Resume Extravaganza! (Drop-In Resume Reviews with Career Coaches & Peer Coaches!) 12:30 p.m.

Hot chocolate and cookies with a side of resume! Did you know you can have someone review your resume before the Winter Career & Internship Expo on 2/2? Drop-in with a career...
Resume Extravaganza! (Drop-In Resume Reviews with Career Coaches & Peer Coaches!)
January 31
12:30–3:30 p.m.
Willie and Donald Tykeson Hall 1st Floor Commons

Hot chocolate and cookies with a side of resume! Did you know you can have someone review your resume before the Winter Career & Internship Expo on 2/2? Drop-in with a career readiness coach or peer coach in Tykeson Hall Commons to get feedback on your resume. Don’t have a resume? Come learn how to make one!

 

Want to apply for the Peace Corps? We'll also have returned Peace Corps volunteers available to review resumes and give advice about the application process with any interested students! 

 

This event is part of the Winter 2023 Career Readiness Week sponsored by the University Career Center and Sherwin Williams.

Jan 31
Native Studies Research Colloquium—Elakha Alliance Tribal Youth Internship Overview: Creating A Cultural Traveling Display 3:00 p.m.

Have you ever seen a sea otter on the Oregon Coast before? Most likely, the answer is no. Sea otters are locally extinct along the Oregon Coast today, primarily due to overkill...
Native Studies Research Colloquium—Elakha Alliance Tribal Youth Internship Overview: Creating A Cultural Traveling Display
January 31
3:00–4:30 p.m.
Many Nations Longhouse

Have you ever seen a sea otter on the Oregon Coast before? Most likely, the answer is no. Sea otters are locally extinct along the Oregon Coast today, primarily due to overkill during the fur trade.

The Elakha Alliance is a non-profit organization working to reintroduce sea otters to Oregon. As an Elakha Alliance Tribal Youth Intern, third-year student Kaitlynn Spino helped to create a cultural traveling display that will travel along the coast. The display will provide a blast to the past with historical images and information, as well as a view of what our future could look like with sea otters as part of the ecosystem. Join Kaitlynn Spino for a conversation surrounding her experience, including how she created space for Indigenous languages while exploring the possibility of reintroducing the ancestors, sea otters, of many Oregon Indigenous tribes.

Jan 31
Linguistics Winter Colloquium 3:30 p.m.

Join us for Winter Colloquium! series:        Jan. 17     Job Talk #1, Job Talk #2 on Jan 19        Jan. 24   ...
Linguistics Winter Colloquium
January 17–March 7
3:30–5:00 p.m.
Straub Hall 145

Join us for Winter Colloquium! series:

       Jan. 17     Job Talk #1, Job Talk #2 on Jan 19        Jan. 24     Dr. Spike Gildea, UO Linguistics        Jan. 31     Dr. Marianne Mithun, UC Santa Barbara        Feb. 7      Job Talk #3        Feb. 14    Dr. Caitlin Fausey, UO Psychology        Feb. 21    Dr. Florian Matter, UO Linguistics        Feb. 28    Dr. Lina Hou, UC Santa Barbara        Mar. 7     Dr. Gabriela Perez Baez, UO Linguistics  

Jan 31
Curious About Internships and More? Put Your Education to Work! 4:00 p.m.

We want to help you find new experiences to build your resume! Come to hear a panel of students who have done internships, research projects, studying abroad, and more share their...
Curious About Internships and More? Put Your Education to Work!
January 31
4:00–5:30 p.m.
Willie and Donald Tykeson Hall 1st Floor Commons

We want to help you find new experiences to build your resume! Come to hear a panel of students who have done internships, research projects, studying abroad, and more share their best tips for finding life-changing experiences. After the panel, representatives from the University Career Center and other offices will be available to answer your questions about the resources available to you.

 

Sponsored by College of Arts & Sciences and University Career Center

Jan 31
Your Future in Healthcare (Alumni Panel) 4:00 p.m.

Passionate about Healthcare? Hear stories and ask questions of UO alumni about what it's like to work in this growing sector that attracts talent from all different academic...
Your Future in Healthcare (Alumni Panel)
January 31
4:00–5:00 p.m.
Erb Memorial Union (EMU) 104-Coquille Room

Passionate about Healthcare? Hear stories and ask questions of UO alumni about what it's like to work in this growing sector that attracts talent from all different academic backgrounds. Learn about the skills and connections you can be developing today to thrive in the future.

 

Open to all majors! Bring a friend! Snacks provided! No RSVP required.

 

Panelists COMING SOON!

 

This event is part of the Winter 2023 Career Readiness Week sponsored by the University Career Center and Sherwin Williams.

Jan 31
Curious About Translating Customer Service into Leadership Skills (panel + networking) 5:30 p.m.

Curious About Translating Customer Service into Leadership Skills? Learn how part-time jobs can take your career to the next level! Working part-time or interning in retail or...
Curious About Translating Customer Service into Leadership Skills (panel + networking)
January 31
5:30–6:30 p.m.
Erb Memorial Union (EMU) Coquille 104

Curious About Translating Customer Service into Leadership Skills? Learn how part-time jobs can take your career to the next level!

Working part-time or interning in retail or customer service while in college is practically a right of passage into the world of work. BUT how do you translate folding clothes, making coffee, dealing with difficult customers, and working a cash register into career readiness skills that employers look for in future leaders across all industries? OR how do you take a fun part-time job/internship and turn it into a great career path at a retailer with a high-quality work culture that wants to support your growth as a leader?

Join us for a fun conversation with UO alum Brandon Caldwell (UO'12, BS Economics, minor in Business) about his career path from Management Intern at Kohl's to now being Kohl's District Manager for the 14 stores in less than 10 years! He'll be joined by local Kohl's leaders to share about not only career paths in retail management but how to make the most of your retail experience by building career readiness skills like teamwork, technology, and leadership. Walk away with practical resume advice about how to go from just listing retail tasks on your resume to demonstrating skills and impact that will take your resume to the next level!

Open to all majors! Snacks provided! Time for networking after!

 

This event is part of the 2023 Winter Career Readiness Week sponsored by the University Career Center. 

Feb 1
Curious About Taking a Service Year (Panel) noon

Taking a "Year of Service" (or two!) after you graduate is a rewarding hands-on learning experience for you to build valuable career readiness skills, explore career...
Curious About Taking a Service Year (Panel)
February 1
noon
Erb Memorial Union (EMU) Swindell's Room (230)

Taking a "Year of Service" (or two!) after you graduate is a rewarding hands-on learning experience for you to build valuable career readiness skills, explore career opportunities, and contribute meaningfully to the world. Come learn about impactful programs across the U.S.A. and around the world where you can contribute to lasting, community-driven, public service opportunities.

Learn more about the different types of programs out there, hear stories from past participants and recruiters, and get advice on how to find and apply to these once-in-a-lifetime opportunities.

DID YOU KNOW you can get an educational award/funding that can be used for grad school or previous loans by doing a service year?!

Representatives from City Year, Teach for America, and Peace Corps, will be present to answer questions and share stories.

This Career Readiness Week is hosted by the Holden Center for Leadership and Community Engagement and the University Career Center.