• Social Science Speaker Series: Teaching for Whose America?

    Social Science Speaker Series: Teaching for Whose America?

    On Thursday, April 27, from 3:30 – 5 pm in the Hannon Library, room 305, join Mike Copperman, senior instruction of English at the University of Oregon, as he talks about his memoir about his time as a Teach for America participant, “Teacher: Two Years in the Mississippi Delta” (2016, University of Mississippi Press). He is senior instructor in writing working with first-generation and at-risk students of color at the University of Oregon. He is a recipient of a U of O Faculty Excellence Award from the Center for Multicultural Academic Success. He earned his B.A. in English with Creative Writing

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  • 21st Annual: Ho’opa’a Hawai’i Club Lu’au

    21st Annual: Ho’opa’a Hawai’i Club Lu’au

    Aloha Students, Staff and Faculty! We as the Ho`opa`a Hawai`i Club are celebrating 21 years of Lu`au and are inviting you all to be in attendance! Our Lu`au theme this year is, “He Waiwai Nui Ke Aloha” which means, Our Greatest Treasure is Our Aloha. The Lu`au will be held on Saturday, April 29, 2017 from 5 to 8:30 pm at the Phoenix High School Gym in Phoenix, ORTickets will be sold in the Stevenson Union Foyer Area.Ticket Prices:$18 for Students (Show + Meal)$20 for Staff, Faculty and Community Members (Show + Meal)$10 for General SHOW tickets onlyWe are offering a shuttle to

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  • Recruiters Seeking New Employees, Interns at SOU

    Recruiters Seeking New Employees, Interns at SOU

    SOU and the Office of Career Connections are excited to welcome 40 local employers on Wednesday, April 26th for the 2017 Career and Internship Fair. This annual event provides students and alumni with the opportunity to learn about full- and part-time employment opportunities, as well as open internship positions, in a wide variety of fields.All students and alumni are welcome to attend the fair, which will run from 11:30 am - 2:30 pm in the Stevenson Union's Rogue River Room. Attendees are encouraged to come professionally dressed and with multiple resumes in hand.For more information about preparing for the fair, as

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  • Spring Term SOU Outdoor Program Trips

    Spring Term SOU Outdoor Program Trips

    It's been a long winter and we've missed the sun. Here's what we have going on this term at the Outdoor Program so we can get out and make the most of our weekends. We have climbing, whitewater rafting, backpacking and other fun trips for students. Below is a list of adventures for each weekend of Spring Term so you can plan ahead and join us.April WeekendsFriday 14th- Sunday 16th: Wilderness Survival WeekendWe are leading an awesome trip to Toketee Falls for a fun filled weekend of outdoor survival, we will teach you all about shelter building, fire building, how

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  • Pipelines and Resistance: An Evening with Tara Houska

    Pipelines and Resistance: An Evening with Tara Houska

    Tara Houska, a citizen of Couchiching First Nation, will discuss environmental justice around pipelines and resistance.Tara is a citizen of Couchiching First Nation and a tribal attorney based in Washington, D.C. She was born and raised in International Falls, Minnesota, and was a triple major at the University of Minnesota, where she also earned her law degree. Since completing her studies, she has exclusively advocated on behalf of tribal nations at the local and federal levels.Her work has incorporated traditional knowledge and values, as Tara is a long-time student of Midewiwin. Her environmental justice efforts have ranged from grassroots organizing

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  • SOU Rowing's First Race

    SOU Rowing's First Race

    This year's Spring Break was an eventful week for the newly established SOU rowing team. After a long week of spring training at Lake Shasta, the first-year club traveled to San Diego to compete in the Crew Classic. At this regatta, two novice women's boats competed in their first ever races. The San Diego Crew Classic is an annual regatta where universities and clubs from all over the nation complete 2000 meter races in 8 person rowing shells.Many schools with renowned rowing teams such as Yale, Stanford, Berkeley and Washington also made the trip down to San Diego making this

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  •  ASSOU and OSA Internship Opportunity

    ASSOU and OSA Internship Opportunity

    Course Description: The Introductory Student Leadership Intern Program was created in order to promote early involvement and increased understanding of social justice, citizenship, participatory democracy, and student advocacy. The program is intended to meet the needs of student interns by facilitating a direct action organizing experience in campus student government, cultural unions, and other extracurricular programs that provide for the social, cultural, educational and physical development of their members, and for the advancement of students’ individual and collective interests both within and outside of the campus.Since OSA is going into their issue choosing process, interns will be writing up issue

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  • Indigenous Futurisms Film Festival: April 20

    Indigenous Futurisms Film Festival: April 20

    Free and Open to the Public! Are you into Science Fiction, time travel, or zombies? Explore Indigenous filmmaker's work in these themes. Dr. Grace Dillon's Indigenous Sci-Fi compilation, "Indigenous Futurisms" will be screening at the SOU Stevenson Union Arena Thursday, April 20 at 7:30 pm. A member of the Anishinaabe tribe and a professor of Native American Studies at Portland State University, Dillon has combined her interests in science fiction and traditional cultures to create the field of indigenous futurism. This field overturns the idea of the "vanishing Indian" and replaces it with the possibility of alternative futures created by and

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  • SOAR Applications Closing Soon

    SOAR Applications Closing Soon

    Have you applied to participate in the 10th annual Southern Oregon Arts & Research conference? Don't miss your chance. Applications close April 21 at midnight! Apply online today at sou.edu/soarThe annual SOAR conference is a unique opportunity for every facet of the university community to come together in a week-long showcase event that features research, projects, performances, and more from all disciplines and programs at SOU.SOAR welcomes all students, faculty, and staff to participate by sharing their passions and accomplishments. From student club activities to graduate-level research, SOAR seeks to be fun, informative, and inspiring. Apply today, or contact soar@sou.edu for

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  • Oregon Indian Education Association 40th Annual Conference

    Oregon Indian Education Association 40th Annual Conference

    SOU's Native American Studies Program invites you to attend the 40th annual Oregon Indian Education Association conference April 20-21, 2017. For more than 40 years OIEA has collaborated with school districts, universities, and state officials to incorporate Indigenous knowledge into public education and to promote quality educational services to Native students and their families. This exciting two-day conference will include new and innovative scholarship and research, cultural programming, a community banquet, and provide an opportunity for attendees to connect with local cultural and artistic resources.Radical Hope and Indigenous Futures:Native Knowledge Transforming Oregon Indian Education Wednesday, April 19, 20176:00 pm – Dinner at

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