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Events

Feb 21
Melanin Mingle: Black Grad Edition 5:30 a.m.

Celebrating the well-being of Black graduate students.

Melanin Mingle: Black Grad Edition
February 21
5:30 a.m.
Lyllye Reynolds-Parker Black Cultural Center

Celebrating the well-being of Black graduate students.

Feb 21
Black CommUnity Table 1:00 p.m.

In collaboration with the Lyllye Reynolds-Parker Black Cultural Center, Black CommUnity Table provides a space for Black** students and staff to connect for a weekly discussion...
Black CommUnity Table
February 7–March 6
1:00–2:00 p.m.
Lyllye Reynolds-Parker Black Cultural Center

In collaboration with the Lyllye Reynolds-Parker Black Cultural Center, Black CommUnity Table provides a space for Black** students and staff to connect for a weekly discussion related to the strengths and challenges within the community. The discussion varies weekly with topics ranging from campus climate and activism to mental health as well as popular culture. We welcome Black students and staff for an open dialogue where they can be their radical and authentic selves. This space will be part of Wellness Wednesdays.

**Black, African, African American, Afro-Latinx, Afro-Caribbean, or the African Diaspora

Feb 21
Let's Talk Drop-In - Wednesdays 2-4PM @ BCC 2:00 p.m.

Meet with Counseling Services Cecile Gadson, who specializes in working with Black and African American students, at the Black Cultural Center. Let’s Talk is a service...
Let's Talk Drop-In - Wednesdays 2-4PM @ BCC
January 17–March 20
2:00–4:00 p.m.
Lyllye Reynolds-Parker Black Cultural Center

Meet with Counseling Services Cecile Gadson, who specializes in working with Black and African American students, at the Black Cultural Center.

Let’s Talk is a service that provides easy access to free, informal, and confidential one-on-one consultation with a Counseling Services staff member. See our website for six additional Let’s Talk days/times offered throughout the week.

Let’s Talk is especially helpful for students who:

Have a specific concern and would like to consult with someone about it. Would like on-the-spot consultation rather than ongoing counseling. Would like to consult with a CS staff member about what actual therapy looks like. Would like to meet with one of our CS identity-based specialists. Have a concern about a friend or family member and would like some ideas about what to do.

How does Let’s Talk work?

Let’s Talk will be offered via Zoom and/or in satellite locations across campus. As a drop-in service, there is no need to schedule an appointment and no paperwork to be completed. Students are seen individually on a first-come, first-served basis at the times listed below. There may be a wait in the Zoom waiting room if the Let’s Talk staff member is meeting with another student. Please wait and we will be with you as soon as we can. Let’s Talk appointments are brief (usually between 15-30 minutes) and are meant to be used on an as-needed basis. 

 

 

 

 

 

Feb 21
Indigenous Comics Speaker Series: Cole Pauls (Tahltan Nation) 4:30 p.m.

Cole Pauls is a Tahltan comic artist, illustrator and printmaker hailing from Haines Junction (Yukon Territory) with a BFA in Illustration from Emily Carr University. Residing in...
Indigenous Comics Speaker Series: Cole Pauls (Tahltan Nation)
February 21
4:30 p.m.
Knight Library Browsing Room

Cole Pauls is a Tahltan comic artist, illustrator and printmaker hailing from Haines Junction (Yukon Territory) with a BFA in Illustration from Emily Carr University. Residing in Vancouver, Pauls focuses on his two comic series, the first being Pizza Punks: a self contained comic strip about punks eating pizza, the other being Dakwäkãda Warriors. In 2017, Pauls won Broken Pencil Magazine’s Best Comic and Best Zine of the Year Award for Dakwäkãda Warriors II. In 2020, Dakwäkãda Warriors won Best Work in an Indigenous Language from the Indigenous Voices Awards and was nominated for the Doug Wright Award categories, The Egghead & The Nipper.

Feb 21
Daniel Balderston's Lecture "Borges as Itinerant Lecturer: The Course on "The Problems of the Novel"" 5:00 p.m.

A talk focusing on several examples of Borges working notes, with particular

attention to the "Problem of the Novel"

Daniel Balderston's Lecture "Borges as Itinerant Lecturer: The Course on "The Problems of the Novel""
February 21
5:00–6:30 p.m.
James Common Room, Tykeson Hall, 151

A talk focusing on several examples of Borges working notes, with particular

attention to the "Problem of the Novel"

Feb 22
¡Juntos! Latinx Support Group 1:30 p.m.

¡Juntos! Latinx Support Group is a drop-in processing and support space for Latinx students to share information and develop skills to tackle challenging situations such as...
¡Juntos! Latinx Support Group
February 1–March 21
1:30–3:00 p.m.
Carson Hall, Ramey Room

¡Juntos! Latinx Support Group is a drop-in processing and support space for Latinx students to share information and develop skills to tackle challenging situations such as academic stress, family challenges, self-worth, relationships, mental health concerns, and much more. Group members will be able to work through their presenting concerns, find community, and be empowered in a protected therapy space.

Feb 22
The Ghost Reader Book Launch 5:30 p.m.

Celebrate the launch of a new book restoring women's contributions to media studies from the United States and Europe, with contributions from students, faculty and alumni of...
The Ghost Reader Book Launch
February 22
5:30–7:00 p.m.

Celebrate the launch of a new book restoring women's contributions to media studies from the United States and Europe, with contributions from students, faculty and alumni of the Clark Honors College; Women's, Gender and Sexuality Studies Department; and the School of Journalism and Communication. 

The Ghost Reader: Recovering Women's Contributions to Media Studies, edited by Elena D. Hristova, Aimee-Marie Dorsten, and Carol A. Stabile. 

The first five attendees will receive a free copy of the book!

Feb 23
Hapi Hair Day 10:00 a.m.

Sign-up for a FREE hair cut or style.

Presented by the Duck Nest.

Hapi Hair Day
February 23
10:00 a.m.–4:00 p.m.
Lyllye Reynolds-Parker Black Cultural Center

Sign-up for a FREE hair cut or style.

Presented by the Duck Nest.

Feb 23
Kuponya: Centering Black Healing noon

This space is for Black-identified** students, faculty members, and staff to engage in guided soulfulness mindfulness, African-centered healing strategies, and dialogue to promote...
Kuponya: Centering Black Healing
February 2–March 8
noon

This space is for Black-identified** students, faculty members, and staff to engage in guided soulfulness mindfulness, African-centered healing strategies, and dialogue to promote collective healing. We invite Black students, faculty members, and staff to connect, breathe, and heal in a space designed specifically for them. 

**Black, African, African American, Afro-Latinx, Afro-Caribbean, or the African Diaspora

Feb 23
Let's Talk Drop-In - Fridays 1-3PM @ CMAE/Zoom 1:00 p.m.

Meet with Counseling Services Gonzalo Camp, who specializes in working with LatinX and undocumented students, at the Center for Multicultural Academic Excellence (Oregon Hall-Room...
Let's Talk Drop-In - Fridays 1-3PM @ CMAE/Zoom
January 19–March 22
1:00–3:00 p.m.

Meet with Counseling Services Gonzalo Camp, who specializes in working with LatinX and undocumented students, at the Center for Multicultural Academic Excellence (Oregon Hall-Room 130) or click here: https://zoom.us/j/92243720320

Let’s Talk is a service that provides easy access to free, informal, and confidential one-on-one consultation with a Counseling Services staff member. See our website for six additional Let’s Talk days/times offered throughout the week.

Let’s Talk is especially helpful for students who:

Have a specific concern and would like to consult with someone about it. Would like on-the-spot consultation rather than ongoing counseling. Would like to consult with a CS staff member about what actual therapy looks like. Would like to meet with one of our CS identity-based specialists. Have a concern about a friend or family member and would like some ideas about what to do.

How does Let’s Talk work?

Let’s Talk will be offered via Zoom and/or in satellite locations across campus. As a drop-in service, there is no need to schedule an appointment and no paperwork to be completed. Students are seen individually on a first-come, first-served basis at the times listed below. There may be a wait in the Zoom waiting room if the Let’s Talk staff member is meeting with another student. Please wait and we will be with you as soon as we can. Let’s Talk appointments are brief (usually between 15-30 minutes) and are meant to be used on an as-needed basis. 

Click here for Let's Talk - Fridays 1-3PM or see Gonzalo at the CMAE, Room 130: https://zoom.us/j/92243720320

 

 

 

 

Feb 23
Connections Happy Hour 4:30 p.m.

Take a break and meet other Black grads.

Connections Happy Hour
February 23
4:30–6:30 p.m.
Lyllye Reynolds-Parker Black Cultural Center

Take a break and meet other Black grads.

Feb 26
Tony Chambers Seminar: "Toward a Culture of Student Flourishing and Belonging" 4:00 p.m.

Chambers is the Director of Equity, Inclusion, and Innovation at the Center for Healthy Minds at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. Reception at 3:30 p.m. Talk begins at 4:00...
Tony Chambers Seminar: "Toward a Culture of Student Flourishing and Belonging"
February 26
4:00 p.m.
Phil and Penny Knight Campus for Accelerating Scientific Impact Beetham Family Conference Room

Chambers is the Director of Equity, Inclusion, and Innovation at the Center for Healthy Minds at the University of Wisconsin-Madison.

Reception at 3:30 p.m. Talk begins at 4:00 p.m.

Admission to the event is free and open to the public.

Feb 27
A Cinematic Exploration Black Community and Poverty 2:30 p.m.

Part 2: "Menace to Society"

A Cinematic Exploration Black Community and Poverty
February 27
2:30–5:30 p.m.
Lyllye Reynolds-Parker Black Cultural Center

Part 2: "Menace to Society"

Feb 27
Pierson Lecture: "God's Red Son: The Ghost Dance Religion in American History" 3:30 p.m.

Lecture by Louis Warren, University of California, Davis. The Annual Pierson Lecture is a Department of History tradition that spans back to 1993, when it was founded to honor...
Pierson Lecture: "God's Red Son: The Ghost Dance Religion in American History"
February 27
3:30–5:00 p.m.
McKenzie Hall 375

Lecture by Louis Warren, University of California, Davis.

The Annual Pierson Lecture is a Department of History tradition that spans back to 1993, when it was founded to honor Stan and Joan Pierson. The Piersons were both exemplary citizens of the community, dedicated to history and education as proven by their distinguished records of intellectual accomplishment and community involvement. This lecture series brings distinguished scholars to the University of Oregon, so that they may share their work in alignment with the Piersons’ interests in cultural, intellectual, and political life.

Feb 27
Propaganda: Fascism and Neo-Fascism Lecture Series: "Where Monsters are Born" 4:00 p.m.

The Italian word “propaganda” originally referred to advertisements for consumer products, not political misinformation. But with the rise of the Fascism, propaganda...
Propaganda: Fascism and Neo-Fascism Lecture Series: "Where Monsters are Born"
February 27
4:00–5:30 p.m.
Knight Library Browsing Room

The Italian word “propaganda” originally referred to advertisements for consumer products, not political misinformation. But with the rise of the Fascism, propaganda assumed its modern definition: the marketing of politics. Throughout Benito Mussolini’s dictatorship (1922-1945), advertising shaped autocracy, and vice-versa. We often think of Fascist propaganda in two dimensions, picturing posters and newsreels. But because the regime created powerful incentives for private businesses to support state dictates, propaganda included architecture, fashion, and even children’s toys. Today, the far-right deploys new kinds of propaganda, using generative AI and deep fakes, to attract new followers. From Fascism to Neo-Fascism, the most powerful forms of propaganda surround voters with alternate realities. 

This speaker series brings together four scholars who have studied Italian Fascist and Neo-Fascist propaganda to understand how it creates this total environment, and how to see through it. "Where Monsters are Born," a lecture by Professor Brian Griffith documents a Fascist revival in the streets of Rome, 2018-19.

Feb 27
African American Workshop and Lecture Series: Ramanita Hairston 5:00 p.m.

Cheif Executive Officer, M.J. Murdock Charitable Trust

African American Workshop and Lecture Series: Ramanita Hairston
February 27
5:00 p.m.
Erb Memorial Union (EMU) Redwood Auditorium

Cheif Executive Officer, M.J. Murdock Charitable Trust

Feb 28
Black Joy Sessions: Finding Joy Within 1:00 p.m.

Black students, faculty members, and staff are invited to engage in activities that center Black joy including art, laughter, music, and movement. Black Joy Sessions create a...
Black Joy Sessions: Finding Joy Within
January 31–March 13
1:00–2:00 p.m.
Lyllye Reynolds-Parker Black Cultural Center

Black students, faculty members, and staff are invited to engage in activities that center Black joy including art, laughter, music, and movement. Black Joy Sessions create a space to center a celebration of Black culture, uplift, heal, and empower using a liberated narrative of the Black experience. This space is designed to be an easy, transformative, and love-infused space to create, express, and (re)claim Black joy.

Feb 28
Let's Talk Drop-In - Wednesdays 2-4PM @ BCC 2:00 p.m.

Meet with Counseling Services Cecile Gadson, who specializes in working with Black and African American students, at the Black Cultural Center. Let’s Talk is a service...
Let's Talk Drop-In - Wednesdays 2-4PM @ BCC
January 17–March 20
2:00–4:00 p.m.
Lyllye Reynolds-Parker Black Cultural Center

Meet with Counseling Services Cecile Gadson, who specializes in working with Black and African American students, at the Black Cultural Center.

Let’s Talk is a service that provides easy access to free, informal, and confidential one-on-one consultation with a Counseling Services staff member. See our website for six additional Let’s Talk days/times offered throughout the week.

Let’s Talk is especially helpful for students who:

Have a specific concern and would like to consult with someone about it. Would like on-the-spot consultation rather than ongoing counseling. Would like to consult with a CS staff member about what actual therapy looks like. Would like to meet with one of our CS identity-based specialists. Have a concern about a friend or family member and would like some ideas about what to do.

How does Let’s Talk work?

Let’s Talk will be offered via Zoom and/or in satellite locations across campus. As a drop-in service, there is no need to schedule an appointment and no paperwork to be completed. Students are seen individually on a first-come, first-served basis at the times listed below. There may be a wait in the Zoom waiting room if the Let’s Talk staff member is meeting with another student. Please wait and we will be with you as soon as we can. Let’s Talk appointments are brief (usually between 15-30 minutes) and are meant to be used on an as-needed basis. 

 

 

 

 

 

Feb 29
Book Launch & Discussion - "Coloring into Existence: Queer of Color Worldmaking in Children’s Literature" noon

Isabel Millán is Assistant Professor of Women’s, Gender, and Sexuality Studies at the University of Oregon. She is the author of the recently published book, Coloring...
Book Launch & Discussion - "Coloring into Existence: Queer of Color Worldmaking in Children’s Literature"
February 29
noon
Erb Memorial Union (EMU) Gunwood Room 245

Isabel Millán is Assistant Professor of Women’s, Gender, and Sexuality Studies at the University of Oregon. She is the author of the recently published book, Coloring into Existence: Queer of Color Worldmaking in Children’s Literature, which recovers a genealogy of queer and trans of color picture books across North America.

Featuring special guests: 

Sonia Alejandra Rodríguez, Professor of English (CUNY)

Maude Hines, Professor of English & Black Studies (PSU)

Ernesto Martinez, Associate Professor of IRES (UO)

Feb 29
¡Juntos! Latinx Support Group 1:30 p.m.

¡Juntos! Latinx Support Group is a drop-in processing and support space for Latinx students to share information and develop skills to tackle challenging situations such as...
¡Juntos! Latinx Support Group
February 1–March 21
1:30–3:00 p.m.
Carson Hall, Ramey Room

¡Juntos! Latinx Support Group is a drop-in processing and support space for Latinx students to share information and develop skills to tackle challenging situations such as academic stress, family challenges, self-worth, relationships, mental health concerns, and much more. Group members will be able to work through their presenting concerns, find community, and be empowered in a protected therapy space.

Mar 1
Let's Talk Drop-In - Fridays 1-3PM @ CMAE/Zoom 1:00 p.m.

Meet with Counseling Services Gonzalo Camp, who specializes in working with LatinX and undocumented students, at the Center for Multicultural Academic Excellence (Oregon Hall-Room...
Let's Talk Drop-In - Fridays 1-3PM @ CMAE/Zoom
January 19–March 22
1:00–3:00 p.m.

Meet with Counseling Services Gonzalo Camp, who specializes in working with LatinX and undocumented students, at the Center for Multicultural Academic Excellence (Oregon Hall-Room 130) or click here: https://zoom.us/j/92243720320

Let’s Talk is a service that provides easy access to free, informal, and confidential one-on-one consultation with a Counseling Services staff member. See our website for six additional Let’s Talk days/times offered throughout the week.

Let’s Talk is especially helpful for students who:

Have a specific concern and would like to consult with someone about it. Would like on-the-spot consultation rather than ongoing counseling. Would like to consult with a CS staff member about what actual therapy looks like. Would like to meet with one of our CS identity-based specialists. Have a concern about a friend or family member and would like some ideas about what to do.

How does Let’s Talk work?

Let’s Talk will be offered via Zoom and/or in satellite locations across campus. As a drop-in service, there is no need to schedule an appointment and no paperwork to be completed. Students are seen individually on a first-come, first-served basis at the times listed below. There may be a wait in the Zoom waiting room if the Let’s Talk staff member is meeting with another student. Please wait and we will be with you as soon as we can. Let’s Talk appointments are brief (usually between 15-30 minutes) and are meant to be used on an as-needed basis. 

Click here for Let's Talk - Fridays 1-3PM or see Gonzalo at the CMAE, Room 130: https://zoom.us/j/92243720320

 

 

 

 

Mar 1
Faculty Panel: "AI and the Humanities" 3:00 p.m.

The advent and rapid proliferation of Generative AI (Artificial Intelligence that can produce text, images, and other media) pose complex technical and ethical challenges and...
Faculty Panel: "AI and the Humanities"
March 1
3:00 p.m.
Knight Library Browsing Room

The advent and rapid proliferation of Generative AI (Artificial Intelligence that can produce text, images, and other media) pose complex technical and ethical challenges and opportunities for researchers, scholars, and teachers in nearly every field. A panel of three UO humanities scholars with extensive expertise in the philosophy of AI, computation, digital humanities, information politics, and data ethics will engage, through perspectives rooted in the humanities, the challenges that AI and other data-driven technologies increasingly present today.

Ramón Alvarado, Assistant Professor of Philosophy and Data Science Initiative; Data Ethics Coordinator.

Mattie Burkert, Associate Professor of English; Director, Minor in Digital Humanities; Interim Director, New Media and Culture Certificate, and Principal Investigator and Project Director for the London Stage Database. 

Colin Koopman, Professor of Philosophy, author of How We Became Our Data: A Genealogy of the Informational Person, and project lead of the Our Data, Our Selves web project. 

Please register.

Mar 1
Antigone 7:30 p.m.

From the Theban plays of Sophocles, Antigone was translated by David R. Slavitt. Directed by Tara Wibrew   A young man lies dead in the city center, denied...
Antigone
March 1
7:30 p.m.
Miller Theatre Complex Hope Theatre

From the Theban plays of Sophocles, Antigone was translated by David R. Slavitt. Directed by Tara Wibrew

 

A young man lies dead in the city center, denied burial by the king’s decree. Only Antigone will stand in the face of this injustice–but at what cost? The laws of gods and men are put to the test in Sophocles’s tale of courage, duty, and the undeniable shift of cultural tides.

Mar 2
Antigone 7:30 p.m.

From the Theban plays of Sophocles, Antigone was translated by David R. Slavitt. Directed by Tara Wibrew   A young man lies dead in the city center, denied...
Antigone
March 2
7:30 p.m.
Miller Theatre Complex Hope Theatre

From the Theban plays of Sophocles, Antigone was translated by David R. Slavitt. Directed by Tara Wibrew

 

A young man lies dead in the city center, denied burial by the king’s decree. Only Antigone will stand in the face of this injustice–but at what cost? The laws of gods and men are put to the test in Sophocles’s tale of courage, duty, and the undeniable shift of cultural tides.

Mar 5
Propaganda: Fascism and Neo-Fascism Lecture Series: "Acts of Self Representation - Nazi-Fascist Cultural Diplomacy" 4:00 p.m.

The Italian word “propaganda” originally referred to advertisements for consumer products, not political misinformation. But with the rise of the Fascism, propaganda...
Propaganda: Fascism and Neo-Fascism Lecture Series: "Acts of Self Representation - Nazi-Fascist Cultural Diplomacy"
March 5
4:00–5:30 p.m.
Knight Library Browsing Room

The Italian word “propaganda” originally referred to advertisements for consumer products, not political misinformation. But with the rise of the Fascism, propaganda assumed its modern definition: the marketing of politics. Throughout Benito Mussolini’s dictatorship (1922-1945), advertising shaped autocracy, and vice-versa. We often think of Fascist propaganda in two dimensions, picturing posters and newsreels. But because the regime created powerful incentives for private businesses to support state dictates, propaganda included architecture, fashion, and even children’s toys. Today, the far-right deploys new kinds of propaganda, using generative AI and deep fakes, to attract new followers. From Fascism to Neo-Fascism, the most powerful forms of propaganda surround voters with alternate realities. 

This speaker series brings together four scholars who have studied Italian Fascist and Neo-Fascist propaganda to understand how it creates this total environment, and how to see through it. This lecture by Professor Marla Stone is titled, "Acts of Self Representation, Nazi-Fascist Cultural Diplomacy."

Mar 6
History Department - Germany Study Abroad featuring Professor Daniel Menning noon

Lunch and learn about study abroad in Germany, featuring Professor Daniel Menning from the University of Tübingen.

History Department - Germany Study Abroad featuring Professor Daniel Menning
March 6
noon
McKenzie Hall 375

Lunch and learn about study abroad in Germany, featuring Professor Daniel Menning from the University of Tübingen.

Mar 6
Black CommUnity Table 1:00 p.m.

In collaboration with the Lyllye Reynolds-Parker Black Cultural Center, Black CommUnity Table provides a space for Black** students and staff to connect for a weekly discussion...
Black CommUnity Table
February 7–March 6
1:00–2:00 p.m.
Lyllye Reynolds-Parker Black Cultural Center

In collaboration with the Lyllye Reynolds-Parker Black Cultural Center, Black CommUnity Table provides a space for Black** students and staff to connect for a weekly discussion related to the strengths and challenges within the community. The discussion varies weekly with topics ranging from campus climate and activism to mental health as well as popular culture. We welcome Black students and staff for an open dialogue where they can be their radical and authentic selves. This space will be part of Wellness Wednesdays.

**Black, African, African American, Afro-Latinx, Afro-Caribbean, or the African Diaspora

Mar 6
Let's Talk Drop-In - Wednesdays 2-4PM @ BCC 2:00 p.m.

Meet with Counseling Services Cecile Gadson, who specializes in working with Black and African American students, at the Black Cultural Center. Let’s Talk is a service...
Let's Talk Drop-In - Wednesdays 2-4PM @ BCC
January 17–March 20
2:00–4:00 p.m.
Lyllye Reynolds-Parker Black Cultural Center

Meet with Counseling Services Cecile Gadson, who specializes in working with Black and African American students, at the Black Cultural Center.

Let’s Talk is a service that provides easy access to free, informal, and confidential one-on-one consultation with a Counseling Services staff member. See our website for six additional Let’s Talk days/times offered throughout the week.

Let’s Talk is especially helpful for students who:

Have a specific concern and would like to consult with someone about it. Would like on-the-spot consultation rather than ongoing counseling. Would like to consult with a CS staff member about what actual therapy looks like. Would like to meet with one of our CS identity-based specialists. Have a concern about a friend or family member and would like some ideas about what to do.

How does Let’s Talk work?

Let’s Talk will be offered via Zoom and/or in satellite locations across campus. As a drop-in service, there is no need to schedule an appointment and no paperwork to be completed. Students are seen individually on a first-come, first-served basis at the times listed below. There may be a wait in the Zoom waiting room if the Let’s Talk staff member is meeting with another student. Please wait and we will be with you as soon as we can. Let’s Talk appointments are brief (usually between 15-30 minutes) and are meant to be used on an as-needed basis. 

 

 

 

 

 

Mar 6
Native American and Indigenous Studies Research Colloquium—Taking Back Two-Spirit: The Historic and Current War on Indigenous Gender and Sexual Variance 4:00 p.m.

Join Ilatsoíí (Wyatt) Bellon for a roundtable discussion of his forthcoming publication, Taking Back Two-Spirit: The Historic and Current War on Indigenous Gender...
Native American and Indigenous Studies Research Colloquium—Taking Back Two-Spirit: The Historic and Current War on Indigenous Gender and Sexual Variance
March 6
4:00–5:30 p.m.
Many Nations Longhouse

Join Ilatsoíí (Wyatt) Bellon for a roundtable discussion of his forthcoming publication, Taking Back Two-Spirit: The Historic and Current War on Indigenous Gender and Sexual Variance. The legacy of cis-heteropatriarchy that colonisation inflicted onto Native peoples within the so-called "Americas" is underrepresented within academia. Taking Back Two-Spirit uses an ethnographic approach to uncover the histories of Native gender and sexual diversity and addresses chronological accounts of violent colonisation toward these identities. Bellon asserts that two-spirit, genderqueer and non-conforming as well as non-heterosexual-identifying Native peoples face systematic oppression and colonisation intersecting at racial, sexual, and cultural powers. The proximity of this research to Bellon’s personal experience makes for a unique look into deconstructing colonial ideologies, white supremacy, and the movement to take back traditional roles within Native communities.

 

Biography:

Ilatsoíí (Wyatt) Bellon is an undergraduate interdisciplinary Indigenous Studies student at The Evergreen State College. Wyatt’s passion for intersectional activism has led him to the creation of the Celebration of Two-Spirit Artists conference while working as an intern at the House of Welcome on The Evergreen State College campus, and conjoining efforts with like-minded creatives with the fundraising non-profit organisation Cosplay Care Project. He has guest spoken at UW Tacoma’s RSO Cedar Circle about the historic and ongoing colonial effects towards gender and sexual variance within Indigenous communities. Wyatt’s ancestry hails from the Apache borderlands and his adopted home at Wapato longhouse in Yakama Nation.

Mar 6
Latinx Studies Night at the JSMA 5:00 p.m.

Learn about the Latinx Studies minor Develop your network, meet students, alumni, faculty, staff, and allies Discover opportunitles for mentorship Interpret art and share...
Latinx Studies Night at the JSMA
March 6
5:00–7:30 p.m.
Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art (JSMA)

Learn about the Latinx Studies minor

Develop your network, meet students, alumni, faculty, staff, and allies Discover opportunitles for mentorship

Interpret art and share your thoughts with others

Enjoy drinks, snacks, and

Mar 6
History Department - "Bankrupted By Bubbles" 6:00 p.m.

"Bankrupted By Bubbles"

Economic Fallout and Legal Challenges of Hyperspeculation in 1720.

History Department - "Bankrupted By Bubbles"
March 6
6:00–8:00 p.m.
McKenzie Hall 375

"Bankrupted By Bubbles"

Economic Fallout and Legal Challenges of Hyperspeculation in 1720.

Mar 7
¡Juntos! Latinx Support Group 1:30 p.m.

¡Juntos! Latinx Support Group is a drop-in processing and support space for Latinx students to share information and develop skills to tackle challenging situations such as...
¡Juntos! Latinx Support Group
February 1–March 21
1:30–3:00 p.m.
Carson Hall, Ramey Room

¡Juntos! Latinx Support Group is a drop-in processing and support space for Latinx students to share information and develop skills to tackle challenging situations such as academic stress, family challenges, self-worth, relationships, mental health concerns, and much more. Group members will be able to work through their presenting concerns, find community, and be empowered in a protected therapy space.

Mar 7
"Jobs and Universities: A Tale of Two Futures" 4:00 p.m.

Public disappointment with universities has reached epidemic proportions, and a common complaint is that they do a poor job of preparing students to find a job, especially given...
"Jobs and Universities: A Tale of Two Futures"
March 7
4:00 p.m.

Public disappointment with universities has reached epidemic proportions, and a common complaint is that they do a poor job of preparing students to find a job, especially given how much they cost.  In this talk, Newfield agrees with the critics that universities are ineffective job training programs. He also explains that this is not what universities do.  While a B.A. clearly helps graduates get good jobs, the focus on jobs has perversely hurt the educational core that allows this—intensive learning of complex knowledge in a range of situations and fields. Business and government should be held responsible for employment, and universities held responsible for learning. The partnership between society and higher education needs a radical overhaul, and Newfield suggests why universities need to focus on solving the world’s enormously difficult problems, and how they can best educated people to do this.

Christopher Newfield was Distinguished Professor of English at the University of California, Santa Barbara and is now Director of Research at the Independent Social Research Foundation in London. He is immediate past president of the Modern Language Association. A multidisciplinary scholar, his areas of research are Critical University Studies, literary criticism, quantification studies, innovation studies, and the intellectual and social effects of the humanities. He has recently published two books on the metrics of higher education: Metrics That Matter: Counting What’s Really Important to College Students (Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press, 2023) and The Limits of the Numerical: The Abuses and Uses of Quantification (Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 2022).

Please register.

Mar 8
Kuponya: Centering Black Healing noon

This space is for Black-identified** students, faculty members, and staff to engage in guided soulfulness mindfulness, African-centered healing strategies, and dialogue to promote...
Kuponya: Centering Black Healing
February 2–March 8
noon

This space is for Black-identified** students, faculty members, and staff to engage in guided soulfulness mindfulness, African-centered healing strategies, and dialogue to promote collective healing. We invite Black students, faculty members, and staff to connect, breathe, and heal in a space designed specifically for them. 

**Black, African, African American, Afro-Latinx, Afro-Caribbean, or the African Diaspora

Mar 8
Let's Talk Drop-In - Fridays 1-3PM @ CMAE/Zoom 1:00 p.m.

Meet with Counseling Services Gonzalo Camp, who specializes in working with LatinX and undocumented students, at the Center for Multicultural Academic Excellence (Oregon Hall-Room...
Let's Talk Drop-In - Fridays 1-3PM @ CMAE/Zoom
January 19–March 22
1:00–3:00 p.m.

Meet with Counseling Services Gonzalo Camp, who specializes in working with LatinX and undocumented students, at the Center for Multicultural Academic Excellence (Oregon Hall-Room 130) or click here: https://zoom.us/j/92243720320

Let’s Talk is a service that provides easy access to free, informal, and confidential one-on-one consultation with a Counseling Services staff member. See our website for six additional Let’s Talk days/times offered throughout the week.

Let’s Talk is especially helpful for students who:

Have a specific concern and would like to consult with someone about it. Would like on-the-spot consultation rather than ongoing counseling. Would like to consult with a CS staff member about what actual therapy looks like. Would like to meet with one of our CS identity-based specialists. Have a concern about a friend or family member and would like some ideas about what to do.

How does Let’s Talk work?

Let’s Talk will be offered via Zoom and/or in satellite locations across campus. As a drop-in service, there is no need to schedule an appointment and no paperwork to be completed. Students are seen individually on a first-come, first-served basis at the times listed below. There may be a wait in the Zoom waiting room if the Let’s Talk staff member is meeting with another student. Please wait and we will be with you as soon as we can. Let’s Talk appointments are brief (usually between 15-30 minutes) and are meant to be used on an as-needed basis. 

Click here for Let's Talk - Fridays 1-3PM or see Gonzalo at the CMAE, Room 130: https://zoom.us/j/92243720320

 

 

 

 

Mar 8
Antigone 7:30 p.m.

From the Theban plays of Sophocles, Antigone was translated by David R. Slavitt. Directed by Tara Wibrew   A young man lies dead in the city center, denied...
Antigone
March 8
7:30 p.m.
Miller Theatre Complex Hope Theatre

From the Theban plays of Sophocles, Antigone was translated by David R. Slavitt. Directed by Tara Wibrew

 

A young man lies dead in the city center, denied burial by the king’s decree. Only Antigone will stand in the face of this injustice–but at what cost? The laws of gods and men are put to the test in Sophocles’s tale of courage, duty, and the undeniable shift of cultural tides.

Mar 9
Antigone 7:30 p.m.

From the Theban plays of Sophocles, Antigone was translated by David R. Slavitt. Directed by Tara Wibrew   A young man lies dead in the city center, denied...
Antigone
March 9
7:30 p.m.
Miller Theatre Complex Hope Theatre

From the Theban plays of Sophocles, Antigone was translated by David R. Slavitt. Directed by Tara Wibrew

 

A young man lies dead in the city center, denied burial by the king’s decree. Only Antigone will stand in the face of this injustice–but at what cost? The laws of gods and men are put to the test in Sophocles’s tale of courage, duty, and the undeniable shift of cultural tides.

Mar 10
Antigone 2:00 p.m.

From the Theban plays of Sophocles, Antigone was translated by David R. Slavitt. Directed by Tara Wibrew   A young man lies dead in the city center, denied...
Antigone
March 10
2:00 p.m.
Miller Theatre Complex Hope Theatre

From the Theban plays of Sophocles, Antigone was translated by David R. Slavitt. Directed by Tara Wibrew

 

A young man lies dead in the city center, denied burial by the king’s decree. Only Antigone will stand in the face of this injustice–but at what cost? The laws of gods and men are put to the test in Sophocles’s tale of courage, duty, and the undeniable shift of cultural tides.

Mar 13
Black Joy Sessions: Finding Joy Within 1:00 p.m.

Black students, faculty members, and staff are invited to engage in activities that center Black joy including art, laughter, music, and movement. Black Joy Sessions create a...
Black Joy Sessions: Finding Joy Within
January 31–March 13
1:00–2:00 p.m.
Lyllye Reynolds-Parker Black Cultural Center

Black students, faculty members, and staff are invited to engage in activities that center Black joy including art, laughter, music, and movement. Black Joy Sessions create a space to center a celebration of Black culture, uplift, heal, and empower using a liberated narrative of the Black experience. This space is designed to be an easy, transformative, and love-infused space to create, express, and (re)claim Black joy.

Mar 13
Let's Talk Drop-In - Wednesdays 2-4PM @ BCC 2:00 p.m.

Meet with Counseling Services Cecile Gadson, who specializes in working with Black and African American students, at the Black Cultural Center. Let’s Talk is a service...
Let's Talk Drop-In - Wednesdays 2-4PM @ BCC
January 17–March 20
2:00–4:00 p.m.
Lyllye Reynolds-Parker Black Cultural Center

Meet with Counseling Services Cecile Gadson, who specializes in working with Black and African American students, at the Black Cultural Center.

Let’s Talk is a service that provides easy access to free, informal, and confidential one-on-one consultation with a Counseling Services staff member. See our website for six additional Let’s Talk days/times offered throughout the week.

Let’s Talk is especially helpful for students who:

Have a specific concern and would like to consult with someone about it. Would like on-the-spot consultation rather than ongoing counseling. Would like to consult with a CS staff member about what actual therapy looks like. Would like to meet with one of our CS identity-based specialists. Have a concern about a friend or family member and would like some ideas about what to do.

How does Let’s Talk work?

Let’s Talk will be offered via Zoom and/or in satellite locations across campus. As a drop-in service, there is no need to schedule an appointment and no paperwork to be completed. Students are seen individually on a first-come, first-served basis at the times listed below. There may be a wait in the Zoom waiting room if the Let’s Talk staff member is meeting with another student. Please wait and we will be with you as soon as we can. Let’s Talk appointments are brief (usually between 15-30 minutes) and are meant to be used on an as-needed basis. 

 

 

 

 

 

Mar 14
¡Juntos! Latinx Support Group 1:30 p.m.

¡Juntos! Latinx Support Group is a drop-in processing and support space for Latinx students to share information and develop skills to tackle challenging situations such as...
¡Juntos! Latinx Support Group
February 1–March 21
1:30–3:00 p.m.
Carson Hall, Ramey Room

¡Juntos! Latinx Support Group is a drop-in processing and support space for Latinx students to share information and develop skills to tackle challenging situations such as academic stress, family challenges, self-worth, relationships, mental health concerns, and much more. Group members will be able to work through their presenting concerns, find community, and be empowered in a protected therapy space.

Mar 14
Antigone 7:30 p.m.

From the Theban plays of Sophocles, Antigone was translated by David R. Slavitt. Directed by Tara Wibrew   A young man lies dead in the city center, denied...
Antigone
March 14
7:30 p.m.
Miller Theatre Complex Hope Theatre

From the Theban plays of Sophocles, Antigone was translated by David R. Slavitt. Directed by Tara Wibrew

 

A young man lies dead in the city center, denied burial by the king’s decree. Only Antigone will stand in the face of this injustice–but at what cost? The laws of gods and men are put to the test in Sophocles’s tale of courage, duty, and the undeniable shift of cultural tides.

Mar 15
Let's Talk Drop-In - Fridays 1-3PM @ CMAE/Zoom 1:00 p.m.

Meet with Counseling Services Gonzalo Camp, who specializes in working with LatinX and undocumented students, at the Center for Multicultural Academic Excellence (Oregon Hall-Room...
Let's Talk Drop-In - Fridays 1-3PM @ CMAE/Zoom
January 19–March 22
1:00–3:00 p.m.

Meet with Counseling Services Gonzalo Camp, who specializes in working with LatinX and undocumented students, at the Center for Multicultural Academic Excellence (Oregon Hall-Room 130) or click here: https://zoom.us/j/92243720320

Let’s Talk is a service that provides easy access to free, informal, and confidential one-on-one consultation with a Counseling Services staff member. See our website for six additional Let’s Talk days/times offered throughout the week.

Let’s Talk is especially helpful for students who:

Have a specific concern and would like to consult with someone about it. Would like on-the-spot consultation rather than ongoing counseling. Would like to consult with a CS staff member about what actual therapy looks like. Would like to meet with one of our CS identity-based specialists. Have a concern about a friend or family member and would like some ideas about what to do.

How does Let’s Talk work?

Let’s Talk will be offered via Zoom and/or in satellite locations across campus. As a drop-in service, there is no need to schedule an appointment and no paperwork to be completed. Students are seen individually on a first-come, first-served basis at the times listed below. There may be a wait in the Zoom waiting room if the Let’s Talk staff member is meeting with another student. Please wait and we will be with you as soon as we can. Let’s Talk appointments are brief (usually between 15-30 minutes) and are meant to be used on an as-needed basis. 

Click here for Let's Talk - Fridays 1-3PM or see Gonzalo at the CMAE, Room 130: https://zoom.us/j/92243720320

 

 

 

 

Mar 15
Classical Association of the Pacific Northwest 2024 Conference 6:30 p.m.

The University of Oregon Department of Classics is excited to be hosting the 52nd meeting of the Classical Association of the Pacific Northwest (CAPN). SCHEDULE Friday,...
Classical Association of the Pacific Northwest 2024 Conference
March 15–16
6:30 p.m.

The University of Oregon Department of Classics is excited to be hosting the 52nd meeting of the Classical Association of the Pacific Northwest (CAPN).

SCHEDULE

Friday, March 15, beginning at 6:30 pm - Reception and keynote.

Saturday, March 16, beginning at 8:30 am - Paper sessions and roundtables.

REGISTRATION

Registration fees

General (in person) $100

General (by Zoom) $50

Student/Contingent Faculty (in person) $50

Student/Contingent Faculty (by Zoom) $25

Registration fee covers the keynote and reception on Friday night and the conference on Saturday, including a continental breakfast and lunch.

KEYNOTE

The keynote lecture will be given by Professor Ann Kuttner of the University of Pennsylvania at 7:30 on Friday, March 15, in the Gerlinger Alumni Lounge.

ABSTRACT AND ROUNDTABLE SUBMISSION

Please upload an anonymized abstract of no more than 250 words or a roundtable proposal of no more than 150 words here. Presentations should be no longer than 15 minutes in

length and roundtables will last roughly an hour. The deadline for submission is January 15.

TRAVEL AND LODGING

Conference activities will take place in TBA on the University of Oregon Eugene campus.

Parking on campus:

In order to purchase visitor parking permits, you must use the UO Transportation Services Permit Portal. Lot parking is $5/day. There is also nearby garage parking in the 13th Avenue Garage. Parking in the 13th Avenue Garage is $2/hr, maxing out at $18/day. The closest lots to the conference are TBA.

Lodging:

TBA

Visitors guide:

Please check out this guide to our location, parking and transportation, local attractions, and local cafes and restaurants. Visitor guide TBA.

QUESTIONS AND CONTACTS

Malcolm Wilson - mwilson@uoregon.edu

Kyle Rutherford - krutherf@uoregon.edu

Mar 15
Antigone 7:30 p.m.

From the Theban plays of Sophocles, Antigone was translated by David R. Slavitt. Directed by Tara Wibrew   A young man lies dead in the city center, denied...
Antigone
March 15
7:30 p.m.
Miller Theatre Complex Hope Theatre

From the Theban plays of Sophocles, Antigone was translated by David R. Slavitt. Directed by Tara Wibrew

 

A young man lies dead in the city center, denied burial by the king’s decree. Only Antigone will stand in the face of this injustice–but at what cost? The laws of gods and men are put to the test in Sophocles’s tale of courage, duty, and the undeniable shift of cultural tides.

Mar 16
Classical Association of the Pacific Northwest 2024 Conference 8:30 a.m.

The University of Oregon Department of Classics is excited to be hosting the 52nd meeting of the Classical Association of the Pacific Northwest (CAPN). SCHEDULE Friday,...
Classical Association of the Pacific Northwest 2024 Conference
March 15–16
8:30 a.m.

The University of Oregon Department of Classics is excited to be hosting the 52nd meeting of the Classical Association of the Pacific Northwest (CAPN).

SCHEDULE

Friday, March 15, beginning at 6:30 pm - Reception and keynote.

Saturday, March 16, beginning at 8:30 am - Paper sessions and roundtables.

REGISTRATION

Registration fees

General (in person) $100

General (by Zoom) $50

Student/Contingent Faculty (in person) $50

Student/Contingent Faculty (by Zoom) $25

Registration fee covers the keynote and reception on Friday night and the conference on Saturday, including a continental breakfast and lunch.

KEYNOTE

The keynote lecture will be given by Professor Ann Kuttner of the University of Pennsylvania at 7:30 on Friday, March 15, in the Gerlinger Alumni Lounge.

ABSTRACT AND ROUNDTABLE SUBMISSION

Please upload an anonymized abstract of no more than 250 words or a roundtable proposal of no more than 150 words here. Presentations should be no longer than 15 minutes in

length and roundtables will last roughly an hour. The deadline for submission is January 15.

TRAVEL AND LODGING

Conference activities will take place in TBA on the University of Oregon Eugene campus.

Parking on campus:

In order to purchase visitor parking permits, you must use the UO Transportation Services Permit Portal. Lot parking is $5/day. There is also nearby garage parking in the 13th Avenue Garage. Parking in the 13th Avenue Garage is $2/hr, maxing out at $18/day. The closest lots to the conference are TBA.

Lodging:

TBA

Visitors guide:

Please check out this guide to our location, parking and transportation, local attractions, and local cafes and restaurants. Visitor guide TBA.

QUESTIONS AND CONTACTS

Malcolm Wilson - mwilson@uoregon.edu

Kyle Rutherford - krutherf@uoregon.edu

Mar 16
Antigone 7:30 p.m.

From the Theban plays of Sophocles, Antigone was translated by David R. Slavitt. Directed by Tara Wibrew   A young man lies dead in the city center, denied...
Antigone
March 16
7:30 p.m.
Miller Theatre Complex Hope Theatre

From the Theban plays of Sophocles, Antigone was translated by David R. Slavitt. Directed by Tara Wibrew

 

A young man lies dead in the city center, denied burial by the king’s decree. Only Antigone will stand in the face of this injustice–but at what cost? The laws of gods and men are put to the test in Sophocles’s tale of courage, duty, and the undeniable shift of cultural tides.

Mar 17
Antigone 2:00 p.m.

From the Theban plays of Sophocles, Antigone was translated by David R. Slavitt. Directed by Tara Wibrew   A young man lies dead in the city center, denied...
Antigone
March 17
2:00 p.m.
Miller Theatre Complex Hope Theatre

From the Theban plays of Sophocles, Antigone was translated by David R. Slavitt. Directed by Tara Wibrew

 

A young man lies dead in the city center, denied burial by the king’s decree. Only Antigone will stand in the face of this injustice–but at what cost? The laws of gods and men are put to the test in Sophocles’s tale of courage, duty, and the undeniable shift of cultural tides.

Mar 20
Let's Talk Drop-In - Wednesdays 2-4PM @ BCC 2:00 p.m.

Meet with Counseling Services Cecile Gadson, who specializes in working with Black and African American students, at the Black Cultural Center. Let’s Talk is a service...
Let's Talk Drop-In - Wednesdays 2-4PM @ BCC
January 17–March 20
2:00–4:00 p.m.
Lyllye Reynolds-Parker Black Cultural Center

Meet with Counseling Services Cecile Gadson, who specializes in working with Black and African American students, at the Black Cultural Center.

Let’s Talk is a service that provides easy access to free, informal, and confidential one-on-one consultation with a Counseling Services staff member. See our website for six additional Let’s Talk days/times offered throughout the week.

Let’s Talk is especially helpful for students who:

Have a specific concern and would like to consult with someone about it. Would like on-the-spot consultation rather than ongoing counseling. Would like to consult with a CS staff member about what actual therapy looks like. Would like to meet with one of our CS identity-based specialists. Have a concern about a friend or family member and would like some ideas about what to do.

How does Let’s Talk work?

Let’s Talk will be offered via Zoom and/or in satellite locations across campus. As a drop-in service, there is no need to schedule an appointment and no paperwork to be completed. Students are seen individually on a first-come, first-served basis at the times listed below. There may be a wait in the Zoom waiting room if the Let’s Talk staff member is meeting with another student. Please wait and we will be with you as soon as we can. Let’s Talk appointments are brief (usually between 15-30 minutes) and are meant to be used on an as-needed basis. 

 

 

 

 

 

Mar 21
Special Collections Research Fellows Speaker Series: Tp Coughlin, 2023 Le Guin Feminist Science Fiction Fellow noon

Special Collections and University Archives (SCUA) is pleased to host an ongoing series of lectures by traveling fellows whose research and expertise include feminist science...
Special Collections Research Fellows Speaker Series: Tp Coughlin, 2023 Le Guin Feminist Science Fiction Fellow
March 21
noon

Special Collections and University Archives (SCUA) is pleased to host an ongoing series of lectures by traveling fellows whose research and expertise include feminist science fiction, Oregon lesbian intentional communities, the novelist Ken Kesey, conservative and libertarian political movements, as well as print and print culture. Talks are free, open to the public and held virtually on Zoom. More information, including applications for future fellowships, is available on SCUA’s website here.

March's discussion features Tp Coughlin, 2023 Le Guin Feminist Science Fiction Fellow.     

Tp Coughlin is an exchange lecturer at the Obama Institute for Transnational American Studies in Mainz Germany, a contingent lecturer at Sonoma State University, and a PhD candidate at UC Davis. Their dissertation examines speculative discourses of genderlessness during the 1970s and '80s in fiction, political writing, and economic theory.   

Mar 21
¡Juntos! Latinx Support Group 1:30 p.m.

¡Juntos! Latinx Support Group is a drop-in processing and support space for Latinx students to share information and develop skills to tackle challenging situations such as...
¡Juntos! Latinx Support Group
February 1–March 21
1:30–3:00 p.m.
Carson Hall, Ramey Room

¡Juntos! Latinx Support Group is a drop-in processing and support space for Latinx students to share information and develop skills to tackle challenging situations such as academic stress, family challenges, self-worth, relationships, mental health concerns, and much more. Group members will be able to work through their presenting concerns, find community, and be empowered in a protected therapy space.

Mar 22
Let's Talk Drop-In - Fridays 1-3PM @ CMAE/Zoom 1:00 p.m.

Meet with Counseling Services Gonzalo Camp, who specializes in working with LatinX and undocumented students, at the Center for Multicultural Academic Excellence (Oregon Hall-Room...
Let's Talk Drop-In - Fridays 1-3PM @ CMAE/Zoom
January 19–March 22
1:00–3:00 p.m.

Meet with Counseling Services Gonzalo Camp, who specializes in working with LatinX and undocumented students, at the Center for Multicultural Academic Excellence (Oregon Hall-Room 130) or click here: https://zoom.us/j/92243720320

Let’s Talk is a service that provides easy access to free, informal, and confidential one-on-one consultation with a Counseling Services staff member. See our website for six additional Let’s Talk days/times offered throughout the week.

Let’s Talk is especially helpful for students who:

Have a specific concern and would like to consult with someone about it. Would like on-the-spot consultation rather than ongoing counseling. Would like to consult with a CS staff member about what actual therapy looks like. Would like to meet with one of our CS identity-based specialists. Have a concern about a friend or family member and would like some ideas about what to do.

How does Let’s Talk work?

Let’s Talk will be offered via Zoom and/or in satellite locations across campus. As a drop-in service, there is no need to schedule an appointment and no paperwork to be completed. Students are seen individually on a first-come, first-served basis at the times listed below. There may be a wait in the Zoom waiting room if the Let’s Talk staff member is meeting with another student. Please wait and we will be with you as soon as we can. Let’s Talk appointments are brief (usually between 15-30 minutes) and are meant to be used on an as-needed basis. 

Click here for Let's Talk - Fridays 1-3PM or see Gonzalo at the CMAE, Room 130: https://zoom.us/j/92243720320

 

 

 

 

Apr 4
Clark Lecture: Laura Pulido 4:00 p.m.

Laura Pulido is the Collins Chair and Professor of Indigenous, Race, and Ethnic Studies and Geography at the University of Oregon where she studies race, environmental justice,...
Clark Lecture: Laura Pulido
April 4
4:00 p.m.

Laura Pulido is the Collins Chair and Professor of Indigenous, Race, and Ethnic Studies and Geography at the University of Oregon where she studies race, environmental justice, and cultural memory. 

Most of her research explores the relationship between race, place, and social and environmental processes. She has devoted much of her career to studying environmental racism, especially how racism is conceptualized and operationalized in the scholarship and practice of environmental justice. Most recently, she has been studying how white supremacy and white nationalism impact climate denial and refusal.

She is a co-organizer of the Just Futures Institute at the University of Oregon, funded by the Andrew Mellon Foundation, which focuses on racial and environmental justice in the U.S. Pacific Northwest. In addition to her work on environmental justice, she has been studying the role of cultural memory in the U.S. white nation. Currently she is working with the InfoGraphics Lab at the University of Oregon to produce a thematic atlas entitled, Monumental Denial: U.S. Cultural Memory and White Innocence.

Apr 4
Reading by Victor Lavalle 7:00 p.m.

Victor LaValle is the author of the short story collection SLAPBOXING WITH JESUS; the novels THE ECSTATIC, BIG MACHINE, THE DEVIL IN SILVER and LONE WOMEN; and the novellas...
Reading by Victor Lavalle
April 4
7:00 p.m.
Knight Library Browsing Room (106)

Victor LaValle is the author of the short story collection SLAPBOXING WITH JESUS; the novels THE ECSTATIC, BIG MACHINE, THE DEVIL IN SILVER and LONE WOMEN; and the novellas LUCRETIA AND THE KROONS and THE BALLAD OF BLACK TOM. He is also the creator and writer of two comic books: Victor LaValle's Destroyer and Eve. His novel THE CHANGELING is now an AppleTV series. 

LaValle has been the recipient of numerous awards including the World Fantasy Award, British Fantasy Award, Bram Stoker Award, Whiting Writers' Award, a Guggenheim Fellowship, Shirley Jackson Award, American Book Award, and the key to Southeast Queens. 

He was raised in Queens, New York. He now lives in Washington Heights with his wife and kids. He teaches at Columbia University. 

Apr 17
Registration Deadline for Undergraduate Symposium

Registration due April 17th. Participation in the Undergraduate Research Symposium empowers undergraduates to share their ideas, discoveries, and artistic work with the campus...
Registration Deadline for Undergraduate Symposium
April 17

Registration due April 17th.

Participation in the Undergraduate Research Symposium empowers undergraduates to share their ideas, discoveries, and artistic work with the campus and the local community. The event traditionally takes place in the EMU in the style of an academic conference and includes all types of academic research, allowing you to present your work through a poster, oral presentation, creative work, works in progress, or in a performance.

Apr 18
Spring Career & Internship Expo: Get Curious! noon

Why YOU should come to this Expo... You're curious about your future. Explore different career paths and job roles across industries. EXPOse yourself to unique...
Spring Career & Internship Expo: Get Curious!
April 18
noon
Erb Memorial Union (EMU) Ballroom

Why YOU should come to this Expo...

You're curious about your future. Explore different career paths and job roles across industries. EXPOse yourself to unique career pathways that can use your career readiness skills and passions to make an impact in the world. You want to make connections. These organizations LOVE to hire Ducks and want to help you find your career fit. You might even meet UO alumni recruiting for them at the expo. Ask a recruiter what career readiness skills you can be building now to make you a top candidate in the present or future (and add them to your Linkedin network for future connections!). You want to find a job, internship, year of service, volunteer opportunity, and more! If you're actively job searching, have your resume ready to hand out and a short and sweet synopsis about yourself and your professional interests ready to go! If you're just exploring options, collect contact info, do some additional research, and do an informational interview to learn more before you apply. You want to build your confidence! Practice asking questions of employers AND sharing about who you are and what you're passionate about.  Every expo you attend and each time you approach a recruiter, you get more and more comfortable presenting yourself in a professional manner.

WHO'S COMING? Find your career fit with over 70+ employers comprised of private industry; public, educational, and non-profit organizations; local government, the federal government, law enforcement, and military--ALL on campus and excited to share more with you about their organization and early career talent opportunities. Open to students from ALL majors, classifications, and identities. Every expo looks a little different so come each term to keep exploring and expanding your career opportunities!

WHAT NEXT? Register for the Expo on Handshake today to learn about all the companies coming, and positions of interest you can be researching. We'll also send you tips and advice for how to make the most of the expo, including Career Readiness Week workshops like our Resume Extravaganza so you can have a great resume to hand to potential employers!

Special thanks to the University Career CenterEnterprise Holdings, and Sherwin Williams for sponsoring all of our Fall Career Readiness Week events and workshops! And additional support of the Spring Expo COMING SOON!

For a full list of Spring Career Readiness Week (April 12–19) events and workshops, check out http://career.uoregon.edu/events

Apr 19
Data|Media|Digital Symposium

We invite submissions from UO graduate students for 15-minute presentations on any aspect of data, media, or digital studies for a symposium in the UO Knight Library DREAM Lab on...
Data|Media|Digital Symposium
April 19
Knight Library 122 DREAM Lab

We invite submissions from UO graduate students for 15-minute presentations on any aspect of data, media, or digital studies for a symposium in the UO Knight Library DREAM Lab on Friday, April 19, week 3 of the spring term at the Data|Media|Digital Symposium. Enter your submission at https://bit.ly/nmcc-dmd by 11:59 p.m. PT on Tuesday, January 30. Decisions about all submissions will be shared in early February. Presentations can be based on work in progress or research and work in the final stages of development. Proposals should specify clear scholarly or pedagogical goals and should articulate how the design or argument of a data/media/digital project might address those goals.  Any kind of data, media, or digital studies project is welcome. If you aren’t sure if your project fits our call, then it probably does, but please get in touch, and any member of our co-organizing committee can offer you guidance: Mattie Burkert: mburkert@uoregon.edu, Courtney Cox: cmcox@uoregon.edu, and Maxwell Foxman: mfoxman@uoregon.edu. We look forward to sustaining cross-disciplinary conversations and building an inter-departmental community at the UO.

Apr 23
"Science and the Humanities" panel discussion 3:00 p.m.

Vera Keller, professor of History Nicolae Morar, associate professor of Philosophy Cera Smith, assistant professor of Inidgenous, Race, and Ethnic...
"Science and the Humanities" panel discussion
April 23
3:00 p.m.

Vera Keller, professor of History

Nicolae Morar, associate professor of Philosophy

Cera Smith, assistant professor of Inidgenous, Race, and Ethnic Studies

Apr 24
Health Grad & Career Expo 11:00 a.m.

Want to learn more about graduate school or different types of part-time/full-time jobs, internships, volunteer opportunities, and careers in the health professions? The Health...
Health Grad & Career Expo
April 24
11:00 a.m.–2:00 p.m.
Erb Memorial Union (EMU) Ballroom

Want to learn more about graduate school or different types of part-time/full-time jobs, internships, volunteer opportunities, and careers in the health professions? The Health Grad & Career Expo is your chance to get curious about your present and future in healthcare! This expo is a mix of graduate schools, health-related businesses, non-profits, and government agencies excited to share more with you about their organization/program and early career talent and educational opportunities. Great for students exploring career paths as well as students ready to start applying for the year ahead. 

Register on Handshake today to learn about all the schools and organizations coming, positions of interest, and get tips and advice for how to make the most of the expo. 

For more information, visit the Unviersity Career Center in Tykeson-Garden Level to learn more about how the UCC supports students applying to grad school through career coaching and document reviews! Also check out our NEW online career exploration resources around Health & Scientific Discovery!

May 5
Poetry Reading by Mark Jarman 7:00 p.m.

Mark Jarman began reading and writing poems in his teens.  His early poetry reflects the influence of living by the Pacific and the North Sea at...
Poetry Reading by Mark Jarman
May 5
7:00 p.m.
Knight Library Browsing Room (106)

Mark Jarman began reading and writing poems in his teens.  His early poetry reflects the influence of living by the Pacific and the North Sea at important times in his life, along with growing up in a strongly religious family. As he has matured, his poetry has remained invested in family experience, a sense of place, and the presence of God in everyday life.  Zeno's Eternity, his latest book, reflects much of these interests and values, along with celebrating the land and seascape of Southern California where he grew up.   

May 7
Teaching History in a STEM world: Engagement, Accessibility and Spanglish 3:30 p.m.

Lecture by Juliette Levy (UC Riverside)  Juliette Levy will be discussing methods she employs to make history as a topic and as a field of study approachable and...
Teaching History in a STEM world: Engagement, Accessibility and Spanglish
May 7
3:30–5:00 p.m.
McKenzie Hall 375

Lecture by Juliette Levy (UC Riverside) 

Juliette Levy will be discussing methods she employs to make history as a topic and as a field of study approachable and attractive to students who are ever more pressed to focus on scientific majors. She created multiple online courses in history for the University of California, developed a learning game (http://digitalzombies.ucr.edu) that introduces university students to information hierarchies and research methods. She also worked on a mixed reality learning module for large scale lecture courses, and is now developing a spatial history narrative platform. In all these the focus has been on accessibility and inclusivity, so she recently joined colleagues in an practice bilingual instruction and education in her courses and will be developing an upper division bilingual Latin American history course for the UC online education program.

The Department of History’s Seminar Series runs throughout the academic year and features guest speakers from the nation’s top universities who share their perspectives on history. Visit history.uoregon.edu for more information about this event and others in the series. 

May 10
Career Tour-Healthcare 9:00 a.m.

Thinking about a career in Healthcare? Have we got a Friday morning for you! Hop on the bus and let’s go explore PeaceHealth Sacred Heart Medical Center RiverBend in...
Career Tour-Healthcare
May 10
9:00 a.m.–1:30 p.m.
Matthew Knight Arena Box Office Area (Meet near the duck statue!)

Thinking about a career in Healthcare? Have we got a Friday morning for you! Hop on the bus and let’s go explore PeaceHealth Sacred Heart Medical Center RiverBend in Springfield for a behind-the-scenes tour and Q&A with healthcare leaders just for UO students! Learn more about all the different types of job functions needed to keep this growing industry booming--from both the medical and business sides. They are excited to introduce you to career paths, meet alumni and leaders, and show off some of their innovations in action!

 

This event is FREE, open to all majors, and bring a friend! Must register on Handshake to save your spot! Tour limited to 40 students, but if we have enough students on the waitlist we can create a 2nd tour so sign up even if it looks full!

 

OUTLINE OF TOUR:

Meet near the duck statue outside Matt Knight Arena Box Office/Ford Alumni Center NO LATER THAN 9am; We'll walk over to the bus stop (Agate) to catch the EMX to the hospital in Springfield. Tour from 10am-1pm. At 1 pm we'll be done with the tour and there will be a group getting on the bus to head back to campus you can join OR feel free to go grab lunch or have fun in Springfield!

 

Sponsored by University Career Center and Collaborative Economic Development Oregon. Check out other events happening this term at career.uoregon.edu/events 

May 16
Special Collections Research Fellows Speaker Series noon

Special Collections and University Archives (SCUA) is pleased to host an ongoing series of lectures by traveling fellows whose research and expertise include feminist science...
Special Collections Research Fellows Speaker Series
May 16
noon

Special Collections and University Archives (SCUA) is pleased to host an ongoing series of lectures by traveling fellows whose research and expertise include feminist science fiction, Oregon lesbian intentional communities, the novelist Ken Kesey, conservative and libertarian political movements, as well as print and print culture. Talks are free, open to the public and held virtually on Zoom. More information, including applications for future fellowships, is available on SCUA’s website here.

March's discussion features Sam Wrigglesworth, 2023 Tee A. Corinne Memorial Travel Fellow

Sam Wrigglesworth is a photographer and writer from Oregon. Their work engages relationships between memory, somatic experience, and the natural environment while being informed by queer and feminist thought and practice.  Sam received their BFA in Photography from the University of Oregon in 2019 and is a current University Fellow and MFA candidate in Studio Art at The Ohio State University.

They have recently shown work at Blue Sky, San Diego Mesa College, Photographic Center Northwest, Astoria Visual Arts, and Carnation Contemporary. Their work has been supported by the Tee A. Corinne Memorial Travel Fellowship (2023), a Make|Learn|Build Grant through the Regional Arts and Culture Council (2021), and a residency at Sitka Center for Art and Ecology (2022).

May 21
Department of History Seminar Series 3:30 p.m.

Lecture by Lane Windham (Georgetown)  The Department of History’s Seminar Series runs throughout the academic year and features guest speakers from the...
Department of History Seminar Series
May 21
3:30–5:00 p.m.
McKenzie Hall 375

Lecture by Lane Windham (Georgetown) 

The Department of History’s Seminar Series runs throughout the academic year and features guest speakers from the nation’s top universities who share their perspectives on history. Visit history.uoregon.edu for more information about this event and others in the series. 

May 23
Undergraduate Research Symposium 9:00 a.m.

During the Undergraduate Research Symposium on May 23, students from all disciplines, majors, and colleges come together on campus to share the projects and interests...
Undergraduate Research Symposium
May 23
9:00 a.m.–8:00 p.m.

During the Undergraduate Research Symposium on May 23, students from all disciplines, majors, and colleges come together on campus to share the projects and interests they’re passionate about.

Students will present research, creative projects, works-in-progress, etc. in a variety of formats and media. We hope you’ll join us!

Jun 5
Wine Chat: "The Coffee Bean in the War Machine: Northern Italian Coffee Business between the World Wars” 5:30 p.m.

This talk traces the business histories of Lavazza, Illy, and other major Northern Italian coffee companies to illustrate the surprising ways that early twentieth century espresso...
Wine Chat: "The Coffee Bean in the War Machine: Northern Italian Coffee Business between the World Wars”
June 5
5:30 p.m.
Capitello Wines

This talk traces the business histories of Lavazza, Illy, and other major Northern Italian coffee companies to illustrate the surprising ways that early twentieth century espresso machine technology and caffé design came together to create the distinctive aromas and flavors that afficionados around the globe associate with Made in Italy coffees today.   The story begins in turn of the century Florence, where industry titans, Futurists, and warmongers gathered in caffès to sip coffee, and to debate the merits of militarizing Italy to enter World War I.  But contrary to the predictions of the caffé philosophers, the Great War brought hardship to many Italians, and the growing discontent of its veterans ushered in the dark years of Fascism. Lavazza and Illy, now known by name for their small but growing businesses, suddenly found themselves negotiating the perils of foreign trade against of nationalist policies that branded South American coffee importation as a crime against the Fascist state. At stake in the daring solutions made by these early entrepreneurs on the eve of World War II lies the origin story of so many apparently timeless qualities of Italian espresso: dark roasts, short cups, and a foaming head of crema.

Diana Garvin is an Assistant Professor of Italian with a specialty in Mediterranean Studies in the Department of Romance Languages at the University of Oregon.  Garvin’s research examines the history of everyday life across Fascist Italy and Italian East Africa.  In her book, Feeding Fascism: The Politics of Women's Food Work (now available with University of Toronto Press) she uses food as a lens to examine daily negotiations of power between women and the Fascist state. Garvin often writes articles on everyday life under Italian Fascism for journals like Critical Inquiry, Journal of Modern European HistoryJournal of Modern Italian HistoryModern Italy, Annali d’italianisticaDesign IssuesFood and Foodways, gender/sexuality/italyand Signs.  Fellowships and awards from Fulbright, Getty Library, Oxford University, Cornell University, University of Oregon, Wolfsonian-FIU, Julia Child Foundation, CLIR Mellon, FLAS, AAUW, NWSA, and AFS have supported Garvin’s research at over thirty international archives, libraries, and museums.

Jun 16
Comparative Literature Commencement Ceremony - CAS 10:00 a.m.

Join us for the 2024 the Department of Comparative Literature Commencement Ceremony on the Women's Quadrangle. For further information regarding CAS ceremonies, please...
Comparative Literature Commencement Ceremony - CAS
June 16
10:00 a.m.–12:00 p.m.
Women's Quadrangle

Join us for the 2024 the Department of Comparative Literature Commencement Ceremony on the Women's Quadrangle.

For further information regarding CAS ceremonies, please email cascommencement@uoregon.edu 

Jun 16
Philosophy Commencement Ceremony - CAS 10:00 a.m.

Join us for the 2024 the Department of Philosophy Commencement Ceremony at the Paul Olum Atrium in Willamette Hall. For further information regarding CAS ceremonies,...
Philosophy Commencement Ceremony - CAS
June 16
10:00 a.m.–12:00 p.m.
Willamette Hall Paul Olum Atrium

Join us for the 2024 the Department of Philosophy Commencement Ceremony at the Paul Olum Atrium in Willamette Hall.

For further information regarding CAS ceremonies, please email cascommencement@uoregon.edu 

Jun 16
Psychology Commencement Ceremony - CAS 10:00 a.m.

Join us for the 2024 Department of Psychology Commencement Ceremony at Matthew Knight Arena.    For further information regarding CAS ceremonies, please email...
Psychology Commencement Ceremony - CAS
June 16
10:00 a.m.–12:00 p.m.
Matthew Knight Arena

Join us for the 2024 Department of Psychology Commencement Ceremony at Matthew Knight Arena.   

For further information regarding CAS ceremonies, please email cascommencement@uoregon.edu 

Jun 16
School of Global Studies & Languages Commencement Ceremony - CAS 10:00 a.m.

Join us for the 2024 Departments of School of Global Studies and Languages Commencement Ceremony on the East Campus Green. For further information regarding CAS ceremonies,...
School of Global Studies & Languages Commencement Ceremony - CAS
June 16
10:00 a.m.–12:00 p.m.
East Campus Green

Join us for the 2024 Departments of School of Global Studies and Languages Commencement Ceremony on the East Campus Green.

For further information regarding CAS ceremonies, please email cascommencement@uoregon.edu 

Jun 16
Sociology Commencement Ceremony - CAS 10:00 a.m.

Join us for the 2024 Department of Sociology Commencement Ceremony on the South West Campus Green.  For further information, please visit our website:...
Sociology Commencement Ceremony - CAS
June 16
10:00 a.m.–12:00 p.m.
Southwest Campus Green

Join us for the 2024 Department of Sociology Commencement Ceremony on the South West Campus Green. 

For further information, please visit our website: sociology.uoregon.edu.  The website will be updated with departmental commencement information as it becomes available.  You may also send us an email at sociology@uoregon.edu.  

Jun 16
Women's, Gender, and Sexuality Studies Commencement Ceremony - CAS 10:00 a.m.

Join us for the 2024 the Department of Women's, Gender, and Sexuality Studies Commencement Ceremony in the Hope Theater. For further information regarding CAS ceremonies,...
Women's, Gender, and Sexuality Studies Commencement Ceremony - CAS
June 16
10:00 a.m.–12:00 p.m.
Hope Theater

Join us for the 2024 the Department of Women's, Gender, and Sexuality Studies Commencement Ceremony in the Hope Theater.

For further information regarding CAS ceremonies, please email cascommencement@uoregon.edu 

Jun 16
Black Studies, Native American and Indigenous Studies, Indigenous Race, and Ethnic Studies, & Latinx Studies 1:00 p.m.

Join us for the 2024 the Departments of Black Studies, Native American and Indigenous Studies, Indigenous Race, and Ethnic Studies, & Latinx Studies Commencement Ceremony...
Black Studies, Native American and Indigenous Studies, Indigenous Race, and Ethnic Studies, & Latinx Studies
June 16
1:00–3:00 p.m.
Hope Theater

Join us for the 2024 the Departments of Black Studies, Native American and Indigenous Studies, Indigenous Race, and Ethnic Studies, & Latinx Studies Commencement Ceremony in the Hope Theater.

For further information regarding CAS ceremonies, please email cascommencement@uoregon.edu 

Jun 16
Classics, Humanities, Medieval, & Religious Studies 1:00 p.m.

Join us for the 2024 the Departments of Classics, Humanities, Medieval, & Religious Studies Commencement Ceremony at the Paul Olum Atrium in Willamette Hall.   For...
Classics, Humanities, Medieval, & Religious Studies
June 16
1:00–3:00 p.m.
Willamette Hall Paul Olum Atrium

Join us for the 2024 the Departments of Classics, Humanities, Medieval, & Religious Studies Commencement Ceremony at the Paul Olum Atrium in Willamette Hall.

 

For further information regarding CAS ceremonies, please email cascommencement@uoregon.edu 

Jun 16
Environmental Studies Commencement Ceremony - CAS 1:00 p.m.

Join us for the 2024 the Department of Environmental Studies Commencement Ceremony on the East Campus Green. For further information regarding CAS ceremonies, please...
Environmental Studies Commencement Ceremony - CAS
June 16
1:00–3:00 p.m.
East Campus Green

Join us for the 2024 the Department of Environmental Studies Commencement Ceremony on the East Campus Green.

For further information regarding CAS ceremonies, please email cascommencement@uoregon.edu 

Jun 16
Math Commencement Ceremony - CAS 1:00 p.m.

Join us for the 2024 the Department of Math Commencement Ceremony in Straub Hall. For further information regarding CAS ceremonies, please...
Math Commencement Ceremony - CAS
June 16
1:00–3:00 p.m.
Straub Hall

Join us for the 2024 the Department of Math Commencement Ceremony in Straub Hall.

For further information regarding CAS ceremonies, please email cascommencement@uoregon.edu 

Jun 16
Multidisciplinary Science & Neuroscience Commencement Ceremony - CAS 1:00 p.m.

Join us for the 2024 the Majors of Multidisciplinary Science & Neuroscience Commencement Ceremony on the Women's Quadrangle. For further information regarding CAS...
Multidisciplinary Science & Neuroscience Commencement Ceremony - CAS
June 16
1:00–3:00 p.m.
Women's Quadrangle

Join us for the 2024 the Majors of Multidisciplinary Science & Neuroscience Commencement Ceremony on the Women's Quadrangle.

For further information regarding CAS ceremonies, please email cascommencement@uoregon.edu 

Jun 16
Political Science Commencement Ceremony - CAS 1:00 p.m.

Join us for the 2024 Department of Political Science Commencement Ceremony on the South West Campus Green. For further information, please visit our website:...
Political Science Commencement Ceremony - CAS
June 16
1:00–3:00 p.m.
Southwest Campus Green

Join us for the 2024 Department of Political Science Commencement Ceremony on the South West Campus Green.

For further information, please visit our website: polisci.uoregon.edu.  The website will be updated with departmental commencement information as it becomes availableYou may also send us an email at polisci@uoregon.edu.   

Jun 16
Chemistry and Biochemistry Commencement Ceremony - CAS 4:00 p.m.

Join us for the 2024 the Department of Chemistry Commencement Ceremony at the Paul Olum Atrium in Willamette Hall. For further information regarding The Chemistry and...
Chemistry and Biochemistry Commencement Ceremony - CAS
June 16
4:00–6:00 p.m.
Willamette Hall Paul Olum Atrium

Join us for the 2024 the Department of Chemistry Commencement Ceremony at the Paul Olum Atrium in Willamette Hall.

For further information regarding The Chemistry and Biochemistry Ceremony, please visit https://blogs.uoregon.edu/chemistryresources/commencement/

Jun 16
Earth Sciences Commencement Ceremony - CAS 4:00 p.m.

Join us for the 2024 the Department of Earth Sciences Commencement Ceremony in Straub Hall. For further information regarding CAS ceremonies, please...
Earth Sciences Commencement Ceremony - CAS
June 16
4:00–6:00 p.m.
Straub Hall

Join us for the 2024 the Department of Earth Sciences Commencement Ceremony in Straub Hall.

For further information regarding CAS ceremonies, please email cascommencement@uoregon.edu 

Jun 16
English & Folklore Commencement Ceremony - CAS 4:00 p.m.

Join us for the 2024 the Departments of English & Folklore Commencement Ceremony on the Women's Quadrangle. For further information regarding CAS ceremonies, please...
English & Folklore Commencement Ceremony - CAS
June 16
4:00–6:00 p.m.
Women's Quadrangle

Join us for the 2024 the Departments of English & Folklore Commencement Ceremony on the Women's Quadrangle.

For further information regarding CAS ceremonies, please email cascommencement@uoregon.edu 

Jun 16
Geography and Anthropology Commencement Ceremony - CAS 4:00 p.m.

Join us for the 2024 the Department of Geography and Anthropology Commencement Ceremony on the East Campus Green. For further information regarding CAS ceremonies, please...
Geography and Anthropology Commencement Ceremony - CAS
June 16
4:00–6:00 p.m.
East Campus Green

Join us for the 2024 the Department of Geography and Anthropology Commencement Ceremony on the East Campus Green.

For further information regarding CAS ceremonies, please email cascommencement@uoregon.edu 

Jun 16
Human Physiology Commencement Ceremony - CAS 4:00 p.m.

Join us for the 2024 Department of Human Physiology Commencement Ceremony at Matthew Knight Arena. For further information regarding CAS ceremonies, please email...
Human Physiology Commencement Ceremony - CAS
June 16
4:00–6:00 p.m.
Matthew Knight Arena

Join us for the 2024 Department of Human Physiology Commencement Ceremony at Matthew Knight Arena.

For further information regarding CAS ceremonies, please email cascommencement@uoregon.edu 

Jun 16
Theater Arts Commencement Ceremony - CAS 4:00 p.m.

Join us for the 2024 the Department of Theater Arts Commencement Ceremony at the Hope Theater. For further information regarding CAS ceremonies, please...
Theater Arts Commencement Ceremony - CAS
June 16
4:00–6:00 p.m.
Hope Theater

Join us for the 2024 the Department of Theater Arts Commencement Ceremony at the Hope Theater.

For further information regarding CAS ceremonies, please email cascommencement@uoregon.edu 

Jun 17
Biology Commencement Ceremony - CAS 1:00 p.m.

Join us for the 2024 the Department of Biology Commencement Ceremony on the Women's Quadrangle.  For further information regarding CAS ceremonies, please...
Biology Commencement Ceremony - CAS
June 17
1:00–3:00 p.m.
Women's Quadrangle

Join us for the 2024 the Department of Biology Commencement Ceremony on the Women's Quadrangle. 

For further information regarding CAS ceremonies, please email cascommencement@uoregon.edu 

Jun 17
Cinema Studies Commencement Ceremony - CAS 1:00 p.m.

Join us for the 2024 the Department of Cinema Studies Commencement Ceremony in Straub Hall. For further information regarding CAS ceremonies, please...
Cinema Studies Commencement Ceremony - CAS
June 17
1:00–3:00 p.m.
Straub Hall

Join us for the 2024 the Department of Cinema Studies Commencement Ceremony in Straub Hall.

For further information regarding CAS ceremonies, please email cascommencement@uoregon.edu 

Jun 17
General Social Science Commencement Ceremony - CAS 1:00 p.m.

Join us for the 2024 the Department of General Social Science Commencement Ceremony on the East Campus Green. For further information, please visit our website:...
General Social Science Commencement Ceremony - CAS
June 17
1:00–3:00 p.m.
East Campus Green

Join us for the 2024 the Department of General Social Science Commencement Ceremony on the East Campus Green.

For further information, please visit our website: gss.uoregon.edu.  The website will be updated with departmental commencement information as it becomes available.  You may also send us an email at gensocialsciences@uoregon.edu.   

Jun 17
Linguistics Commencement Ceremony - CAS 1:00 p.m.

Join us for the 2024 the Department of Linguistics Commencement Ceremony at Paul Olum Atrium in Willamette Hall. For further information regarding CAS ceremonies, please...
Linguistics Commencement Ceremony - CAS
June 17
1:00–3:00 p.m.
Willamette Hall Paul Olum Atrium

Join us for the 2024 the Department of Linguistics Commencement Ceremony at Paul Olum Atrium in Willamette Hall.

For further information regarding CAS ceremonies, please email cascommencement@uoregon.edu 

Jun 17
Computer Science & Data Science Commencement Ceremony - CAS 4:00 p.m.

Join us for the 2024 the Department of Computer Science & Data Science Commencement Ceremony on the Women's Quadrangle.  For further information regarding CAS...
Computer Science & Data Science Commencement Ceremony - CAS
June 17
4:00–6:00 p.m.
Women's Quadrangle

Join us for the 2024 the Department of Computer Science & Data Science Commencement Ceremony on the Women's Quadrangle. 

For further information regarding CAS ceremonies, please email cascommencement@uoregon.edu 

Jun 17
Economics Commencement Ceremony - CAS 4:00 p.m.

Join us for the 2024 the Department of Economics Commencement Ceremony on the East Campus Green. For further information, please visit our website:...
Economics Commencement Ceremony - CAS
June 17
4:00–6:00 p.m.
East Campus Green

Join us for the 2024 the Department of Economics Commencement Ceremony on the East Campus Green.

For further information, please visit our website: economics.uoregon.eduThe website will be updated with departmental commencement information as it becomes available.  You may also send us an email at economics@uoregon.edu.    

Jun 17
History Commencement Ceremony - CAS 4:00 p.m.

Join us for the 2024 the Department of History Commencement Ceremony in Straub Hall. For further information regarding CAS ceremonies, please...
History Commencement Ceremony - CAS
June 17
4:00–6:00 p.m.
Straub Hall

Join us for the 2024 the Department of History Commencement Ceremony in Straub Hall.

For further information regarding CAS ceremonies, please email cascommencement@uoregon.edu 

Jun 17
Physics Commencement Ceremony - CAS 4:00 p.m.

Join us for the 2024 the Department of Physics Commencement Ceremony at Paul Olum Atrium in Willamette Hall. For further information regarding CAS ceremonies, please...
Physics Commencement Ceremony - CAS
June 17
4:00–6:00 p.m.
Willamette Hall Paul Olum Atrium

Join us for the 2024 the Department of Physics Commencement Ceremony at Paul Olum Atrium in Willamette Hall.

For further information regarding CAS ceremonies, please email cascommencement@uoregon.edu