• Junk: Addiction in Jackson County

    Junk: Addiction in Jackson County

    "Junk" is a short documentary about Kyle Simpson—a SOU college student, who fell into opiate addiction, and his subsequent path to sobriety. Now, with over 3 years of recovery, he examines opiate addiction in Jackson County, interviewing key stakeholders in the community to question how this epidemic started and what is being done to solve it. The screening will take place on Tuesday, April 11, 2017 at the Meese Auditorium in the SOU Art Building. There will be a short reception at 6:30 PM and the film will start at 7 PM followed by a panel discussion featuring members of

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  • SOU Fights Hunger in the Rogue Valley!

    SOU Fights Hunger in the Rogue Valley!

    Throughout the month of February, ECOS' Civic Engagement Program helped implement the Governor's State Employee Food Drive. Working with numerous partners on campus including SOU Housing, National Society of Collegiate Scholars, OSPIRG, and the Student Life Social Justice and Service Team, the Civic Engagement Program successfully ran an all-employee food drive as well as an all residence hall food drive. Thanks to the participation of students and staff, the SOU community raised over 1,600 pounds of food for the SOU Student Food Pantry.The 2017 food drive was the first annual employee department competition and SOU employees contributed an amazing amount

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  • Earth Week 2017:

    Earth Week 2017: "A Call to Action"

    Sustainability at SOU is proud to present SOU's Earth Week 2017! This year's theme is "A Call to Action." Earth Week is an educational, engaging, and inspiring week full of a variety of events, workshops, and film screenings. The week takes place between the dates of Saturday, April 15th to Sunday, April 23rd. Earth Week Highlights: "Ruin and Rose" film screening, 6 to 8 p.m. on Monday, April 17, Rogue River Room of the Stevenson Union. The film explores the future of water resources on earth and incorporates ski and snowboard footage into an unforgettable movie experience."Earth Day Extravaganza," 11 a.m. to

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  • Green Fund Spring Applications Now Open

    Green Fund Spring Applications Now Open

    The SOU Green Fund is currently accepting Project Proposal Applications that will be reviewed during spring term.The Southern Oregon University Green Fund provides funding for projects aimed at improving the sustainability of operations of the Southern Oregon University campus. The Green Fund shall be used for renewable energy, water, and campus sustainability projects decided by the students of Southern Oregon University who sit on the Environmental Affairs Committee (EAC). Each student pays $13 per term to the Green Fund in order to support student-led sustainability projects on campus.For funding requests over $5,000• Submission deadline is the first Wednesday of the

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  • The Schneider Museum of Art Presents Convergence: Digital Media and Technology

    The Schneider Museum of Art Presents Convergence: Digital Media and Technology

    The Schneider Museum of Art is excited to present its spring exhibition, Convergence: Digital Media and Technology. The show is co-curated by Richard Herskowitz and Museum Director Scott Malbaurn in collaboration with the Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art (JSMA) and the Ashland Independent Film Festival (AIFF). The public is invited to a special opening reception on Wednesday, April 5, from 5:00 to 7:00 PM, and the exhibition will be on view through May 27, 2017.Convergence: Digital Media and Technology features media art from the JSMA collection curated by Richard Herskowitz (JSMA Curator of Media Arts and AIFF Director of Programming) on

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  • 2017 Social Science Speaker Series

    2017 Social Science Speaker Series

    In spring term, the social science division will be hosting the 2017 Social Science Speaker Series! The first speaker to kick off the series will be Monique A. R. Udell, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Animal & Rangeland Sciences at Oregon State University. Dr. Udell will speak on Thursday, April 6 from 3:30-5pm in Hannon Library, room 305.A bit about Dr. Udell's work:Domestic dogs have been living with humans for thousands of years. Today there are over 70 million pet dogs in the United States alone and they are treated as cherished family members. There has been considerable scientific debate about the origins

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  • Discover Your Career Path!

    Discover Your Career Path!

    Not sure what you want to study at SOU? Undecided about your career path? Want a course that ends early or starts late? Looking for 2 elective credits?Register for UGS 299 in spring term 2017! In this course, students will explore their strengths and passions in order to make more effective decisions about careers and majors. In addition to assessing their skills, interests, and values, they’ll also discover strategies and resources for doing career research, creating resumes and cover letters and effective networking.Second 5 Weeks of Spring Term! CRN: 7253May 8-June 9MW 3:30-5:20pmInstructors: Lea Griess, Student Success Advisor & Max Brooks, Career Connections

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  • SOU McNair Program Accepting Applications!

    SOU McNair Program Accepting Applications!

    Do you want to get PAID to earn your Ph.D.?The SOU McNair Program has helped many SOU students prepare for graduate school. Get help Preparing for, locating, and finding funding for your Ph.D.!Applications for the McNair Program are accepted from March 15 – April 26, 2017.www.sou.edu/mcnair/application.html by Naomi Mitchell - McNair Program Assistant March 15th, 2017

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  • SOU Botanical Tour and Arbor Day

    SOU Botanical Tour and Arbor Day

    Spring is just around the corner, and you know what that means? SOU's celebratory Arbor Day! Arbor day is a day where people are encouraged to plant and conserve trees. Since SOU is a tree campus, we will definitely be partaking! SOU Landscape is in charge of Arbor Day and they have lots of fun events planned from 9 am to 5 pm on Friday, April 14th, including a large planting of over 6000 plants throughout campus and along Raider Way. Keep an eye out at the beginning of spring term for volunteer sign ups!If you’re interested in botany and

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  • Smith Rock Spring Break Climbing Trip

    Smith Rock Spring Break Climbing Trip

    Join the Outdoor Program this spring break at Smith Rock Park, the birthplace of sport climbing. Located in central Oregon's high desert, this rock climbing paradise contains towering basalt walls along the Crooked River, ideal for climbing of all levels. These four days will be full of rock climbing, hiking, camping, and exploration. No experience necessary! All skill levels are welcome and encouraged to come. Where:Smith Rock State ParkWhen:March 25th - 28thCost:$235. This covers transportation, facilitation, 4 days of camping, all meals, and climbing and camping gear. For For more information, and for sign-ups, please click here.  by Hannah Bartlett - Outdoor Program ICC Coordinator March

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