• Sleep Out!

    Sleep Out!

    The Civic Engagement Program will be hosting its first ever Sleep Out event. Sleep Out is a fundraiser that functions to increase awareness of homelessness and housing insecurity. This is not a simulation of "homelessness", but rather an act of solidarity to show members of our community who struggle with these conditions that SOU cares. We will be sleeping out on campus, as well as talking about current research that relates to what is going on in Jackson County. In addition, we will have dinner with a couple Maslow Project representatives, and engage in community building exercises that will encourage

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  • Fall 2018 Priority Registration!

    Fall 2018 Priority Registration!

    Fall 2018 Priority Registration begins May 21st! For more information about when you can register please visit https://inside.sou.edu/enrollment/academic-services/regis-timetable.html

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  • Register Your Youth for Summer Day Camps Now!

    Register Your Youth for Summer Day Camps Now!

    Registration is now open for SOU Youth Programs' Summer Better Than Others week long day camps for ages 6-14 between July 9th and August 17th. We will be hosting engaging enrichment classes for youth in STEM, culinary arts, video production, theater, art, dance, sports, strategic games, and much more! These classes are designed to stimulate critical thinking, inspire discovery, and facilitate engaged learning while challenging young participants to envision themselves as future college students.These classes are offered at a discounted rate for the children of SOU employees and faculty. (Contact our office at (541)552-6452 for additional information on this discounted

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  • Sustainability and Service Recognition Ceremony Nominations

    Sustainability and Service Recognition Ceremony Nominations

    The second annual Sustainability and Service Recognition Ceremony is happening May 29th at the Farm at SOU and we are now accepting nominations! Any and all students, employees, and/or organizations that you think have exemplified environmental, social, or economic sustainability or service on our campus can be recognized. Nominations are due May 22nd and can be made at https://form.jotform.com/81076987957175

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  • 2018 Social Science Speaker Series: Crickette Sanz

    2018 Social Science Speaker Series: Crickette Sanz

    On Wednesday, May 30th at 3:30-5:00 pm in the Hannon Library Room 305, the Social Sciences Division will be hosting a talk by Dr. Crickette M. Sanz, where she will be discussing her work with the chimpanzees and gorillas of the Ndoki Forest.Dr. Sanz is an Associate Professor in the Department of Anthropology at Washington University in Saint Louis. She is co-PI of the Goualougo Triangle Ape Project in the Nouabalé-Ndoki National Park, Republic of Congo. The project was initiated in 1999 to enhance our knowledge of sympatric apes (central chimpanzees and western lowland gorillas) in the Congo Basin and

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  • Art in the Union: Open to students, staff and faculty!

    Art in the Union: Open to students, staff and faculty!

    Art in the Union is an opportunity to showcase the creativity of SOU students while building community in the Stevenson Union. This annual juried event will display the talent and creativity of our students while offering them an opportunity for recognition in a highly trafficked public space.Who is eligible: All SOU students, alumni, staff and faculty.Work eligibility: Original creations in any media including painting, sculpture, ceramics, photography, multimedia, and fiber arts. At this time we are unable to accept art requiring electric or battery power.Submission: Entries will be accepted until Tuesday, May 22nd at the Office of Student Life, Stevenson

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  • OAL Spring Immersion 2018 Week 1 and 2

    Watch Videos! OAL Spring Immersion 2018

    OAL Students are two weeks into spring immersion! The first week was spent on a five-day winter expedition skiing through two feet of fresh powder on Mount Thielsen and Crater Lake - followed by five days of mountain biking in Bend Oregon and rafting on the North Umpqua River. Students are designing and building multi-day expeditions utilizing their previous three years of foundational and skills based knowledge to create life-changing experiences that build self-efficacy, collaboration, and a passion for sharing the power of the outdoors. Watch the video of Spring Immersion Week 1 trip to Mt Thielsen here. Watch the video

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  • Northwest Justice Forum, Hosted by SOU

    Northwest Justice Forum, Hosted by SOU

    Restorative Justice: a community response to crime that focuses on addressing the harms done to victims and communities by holding offenders meaningfully accountable for their offenses. The 2018 @NWJusticeforum takes a deep dive into the principles, application, and exploration of Restorative Justice and all are invited to take part in this meaningful cause. SOU students may attend several sessions at the Northwest Justice Forum completely free. This is a fantastic opportunity to learn about a career opportunity that actively heals communities, resolves conflict, and helps victims repair from harm. Local non-profit @Resolve Center for Dispute Resolution and Restorative Justice is

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  • Spanish Teachers in Guanajuato Video

    New Video: Spanish Teachers in Guanajuato

    Watch the Video Here “I get to work with teachers from all over the country that are really passionate about what they do.” Students and teachers talk about their experience at SLI in Guanajuato: The Summer Language Institute offered by Southern Oregon University enables you to earn your Master’s degree, hone your teaching expertise, sharpen your language skills and deepen your cultural understanding while studying each summer in beautiful Angers, France or Guanajuato, Mexico. Our MA in Spanish Language Teaching is held at Southern Oregon University’s sister university in Guanajuato, Mexico – Universidad de Guanajuato. Founded in 1559 as a center

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  • Student Interpretations of the Current Climate Crisis

    Call For Art: Student Interpretations of The Current Climate Crisis

    Call for Art: Are you passionate about the environment and the arts? Want to make an impact this year for Earth Week and Earth Day? Then create and submit a climate change inspired piece of art for SOU's public CVA gallery next term! You can submit up to 2 pieces of art in any medium of your choosing. If you want to submit more than 2, please email us for permission. Exhibition Dates: April 6 - April 20, 2018 Opening Reception: April 11, 2018, 5 - 8 pm Theme: Student Interpretations of the Current Climate Crisis The art can be inspired by topics

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