• Are you ready for the future? The Bald Futurist to Speak at SOU

    Are you ready for the future? The Bald Futurist to Speak at SOU

    The Bald Futurist: In this energetic talk, futurist Steve Brown will discuss the future of work: A world of augmented workers, human-machine partnerships, and totally reimagined business operations. The educational system will need to prepare students for an entirely new employment landscape. Attendees will learn which new technologies will be most disruptive to the employment landscape, which careers are at highest risk, and which skills people will need to develop to remain valuable in the new, emerging world of work. Implications for the educational sector are profound. To meet this mighty challenge – and the opportunities that arise for the university

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  • JPR's Big Fall CD Sale

    JPR's Big Fall CD Sale

    By now you have probably heard that JPR will be moving in to a new facility early next year. If you've ever moved a music collection to a new house, you know just how heavy CDs can be... especially those albums you don't really want to keep. Well, we've got THOUSANDS of them that we simply don't want to move to the new building. SO... on Saturday, September 23rd with your help, we're going to try to find them new homes. YOURS! Starting at 10am, we'll be set up in the Stevenson Union courtyard to get rid of them. For

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  • SOU Parking Moves to License Plate Recognition

    SOU Parking Moves to License Plate Recognition

    The SOU parking department is excited to announce the implementation of our new parking software system that utilizes License Plate Recognition (LPR) technology! We have partnered with NuPark through a vigorous vetting process to bring SOU the best parking service available. LPR Technology uses your license plate on your vehicle as your permit (aka... Virtual Permit). Students will be able to have two license plates registered and employees will be able to have three, however, you can only have one vehicle on campus at a time per permit. LPR will replace all the stickers and hang tag permits SOU has

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  • Student Life Presents: Benjamin O'Keefe

    Student Life Presents: Benjamin O'Keefe

    Benjamin O'Keefe is already taking the world by storm as a speaker, Internet personality, and leader in progressive politics. O'Keefe gained international acclaim after beginning a global movement against the clothing company Abercrombie   Fitch and their company's size-based discrimination and went on to launch body positive campaigns with some of the largest clothing and beauty companies in the world. Since then, he has continued advocating to lift up the voices of marginalized communities and create systemic change. O'Keefe currently works as the social and cultural producer at Move-On, the largest progressive nonprofit in America. He is passionate about starting

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  • EPIC Presents: Naomi Grossman

    EPIC Presents: Naomi Grossman

    EPIC Presents: Naomi Grossman – Women in Comedy and Disabilities in the Media About Naomi Grossman: Named one of IMDb's "Top 10 Breakout Stars," Naomi played the fan-favorite and first crossover character, "Pepper" on FX's American Horror Story: Asylum and Freakshow. Naomi is also a theatre graduate of Northwestern University and we are so excited to have her come to the SOU Music Recital Hall to discuss women in Comedy and Disabilities in the Media. Doors open at 6:15pm Free for Students! Must have current SOU ID. Staff, Faculty, and Community $5.00 Learn More about this event here.

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  • Week of Welcome

    Week of Welcome

    During WoW we welcome everyone back and celebrate SOU's vibrant campus life. We begin to explore and develop an understanding of the outstanding community, leadership, health, and diversity that make SOU so unique. The Raider Connection Guide hosts the Week of Welcome Schedule and other relative information. We will be updating this guide regularly. Access the Raider Connection Guide on your smartphone and use it throughout the year. Visit sou.edu/orientation to get access to the guide and see the full WOW schedule. Week of Welcome kicks off on Saturday for College Night at Fred Meyer! We will be at the

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  • Top LGBTQ-Friendly Ranking for Fifth Year in a Row

    Top LGBTQ-Friendly Ranking for Fifth Year in a Row

    Southern Oregon University has been recognized for the fifth year in a row as one of the nation's Top 25 LGBTQ-Friendly Colleges and Universities by Campus Pride, a nonprofit that supports and improves campus life for LGBTQ people on more than 1,400 U.S. campuses. CampusPride.org/Top25 SOU earned five out of five stars overall on the Campus Pride Index, which ranks universities in each of eight categories: policy inclusion, support and institutional commitment, academic life, student life, housing and residence life, campus safety, counseling and health, and recruitment and retention efforts. SOU drew five-star rankings in six of the categories and

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  • One Learning Community to Support Many Journeys

    One Learning Community to Support Many Journeys

    Each of us – faculty, staff or student – is on a personal learning journey. The Instructional Institute (September 21-22) offers an opportunity to explore the nature of each of these learning journeys. Our journeys vary. Students make the journey from high school or work through their years at SOU to graduation and beyond. Faculty and staff are on a journey to develop personally and professionally through scholarship or service. And the University is on a journey to better understand the needs of our students – present and future. Join us for this year's Instructional Institute as we examine how one learning community

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  • Oregon Wildfires: Air Quality

    Oregon Wildfires: Air Quality

    Wildfire smoke in Southern Oregon is leading to unhealthy air quality readings in many areas across the state, including Medford, Jacksonville and the Applegate Valley. Southern Oregon University is closely monitoring environmental conditions. Watch for symptoms: Wildfire smoke can make asthma symptoms worse. It can trigger asthma attacks. Symptoms of asthma include coughing, shortness of breath, wheezing and chest tightness. Even people without known asthma can have symptoms when exposed to unhealthy levels of wildfire smoke pollution. Personnel with asthma should follow their Asthma Action Plan. This will help them decide if they need to take special precautions while engaging

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  • New Leadership Development Course: Open for Fall Registration

    New Leadership Development Course: Open for Fall Registration

    Leadership Development UGS 299 CRN 2313 is open for students to earn 1 credit per term for fall 2017, winter 2018, and spring 2018. This is a hybrid course designed to give students space and time to study leadership knowledge and apply this to practical learning experiences. The course will meet every other Monday night and require attendance one Saturday (10/28) for a nationally recognized leadership seminar that will be hosted at SOU. What will students gain? The leadership development course sequence is designed to prepare students for leadership roles and responsibilities at SOU and beyond. In this sequence, students

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