• Training for Active Shooter Response at Southern Oregon University

    Training for Active Shooter Response

    SOU Campus Public Safety will partner with the Ashland Police Department to offer training on Wednesday, Feb. 28, that is intended to prevent or limit casualties in the event of an active shooter incident.The session is from 12:30 - 2 p.m., in the Rogue River Room of the Stevenson Union, is free of charge, and is open to all SOU students, faculty, staff and community members. No reservations are required.The training will cover active shooter responses according to the ALICE principle.Alert, Lockdown, Inform, Counter and Evacuate.Director Frederick Creek and Sgt. Robert Gibson of Campus Public Safety both are certified in the

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  • Climate Resilience Forum by Sustainability at Southern Oregon University

    Climate Resilience Forum

    SOU has joined colleges and universities around the country to acknowledge the reality of climate change and the urgency of action. As part of the President’s Climate Commitment, SOU will be conducting a Campus-Community Resilience Assessment (CCRA) during the next few months. The resilience assessment is meant to provide a baseline of current resilience activities on campus and in the community, develop initial indicators of resilience through a multi-stakeholder process, and identify current vulnerabilities related to climate change.SOU will be starting this process with two open forums to introduce this initiative before convening small working groups in five focus areas:1.

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  • OSPIRG Textbook Student Survey at Southern Oregon University

    OSPIRG Textbook Student Survey

    Are you tired of paying high textbook prices? Do you think access codes are a waste of money? Do you want to tell your professors this? Well, now you can!OSPIRG is conducting a student survey to collect information on how you are paying for and using textbooks. We will be showing the information to your professors so they can know what you think and make moves to improve.We are running a contest with this survey. The 300th person to fill out this survey will win a $10 Dutch Bros. gift card! While you can remain anonymous, if you want the

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  • Southern Oregon University  Peace Con Peace Corps Anniversary Meeting

    Peace Con

    Wednesday, February 28th from 4-6pm in SU 315 (The Guanajuato Room) we will be celebrating the 57th annual Peace Corps week! Returned Peace Corps Volunteers will be coming to speak to students about their experience, share stories, photos and more! Drop in or stay for a while.We are also looking for a new Peace Corps Ambassador for SOU, so if you are interested, please email nitzkyj@sou.edu

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  • Spring Term Registration 2018 at Southern Oregon University

    Spring Term Registration!

    Registration begins February 26th at 8:00 am!Check out the registration timetable here to find out when you can register for Spring Term.

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  • WRC at SOU Womens History Month Art Show Opening Feb 23 Inside Story

    WRC Women's History Month Art Show!

    March is Women's History Month, and the WRC is celebrating by organizing another art exhibit in collaboration with CVA Galleries! The show will run from February 23rd through March 22nd in the Thorndike Gallery, located in the Marion Ady Art Building.Please submit if you are interested! We are looking for art that celebrates and illustrates the female experience, while also integrating elements relating to activism. The theme this year is "Women in Action."Click here to submit a google form. There are also physical copies of the application form available in the Women's Resource Center.CVA Galleries will have an opening reception

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  • SOU The Audacity Queer Leadership Experience by the Queer Resource Center

    The Audacity: A Queer Leadership Experience

    We are excited to announce this new leadership program at Southern Oregon University, “The Audacity: A Queer Leadership Experience."This is an interactive program for LGBTQIA+ students that will be held on Saturday, April 7, 2018. The program is a collaborative effort between the Queer Resource Center and Leadership Programs on campus.We hope students participating will develop the following outcomes:- Develop a personal definition of leadership, which includes authenticity and personal responsibility.- Recognize the intersections of your sexual orientation and/or gender identity in relation to leadership identity.- Create a leadership action plan for the spring term.- Establish connections with other participants,

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  • SOU Governors Food Drive February 2018

    Governor's Food Drive

    During the month of February, SOU’s Civic Engagement Program is coordinating the Governor’s State Employee Food Drive in an effort to alleviate hunger here on campus and in the wider Rogue Valley to inspire responsible global citizenship. We’ll be collecting food items, monetary donations, and hosting a variety of civic engagement programming opportunities for students and staff alike. Be sure to check out all that we have going on, and how you can get involved!   Employees: Department competition: the department/unit that contributes the most (pounds of food AND monetary donations converted to equivalent pounds, $1=4 pounds of food) will receive

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  • French SLI Summer Highlights 2017

    French SLI Summer Highlights 2017

    The 2017 French Summer Language Institute had its largest group to date with 44 students in Angers this summer. Highlights included some special class guests, an excursion to a Troglodyte village, and a unique “Teaching French through Art” class taught by Angers artist Cecile Benoiton. Professional conteurs Claire Guillermin and Bruno Jouët-Pastre entertained students in Daniel Morris’ Contes et nouvelles class with stories of frogs, princesses, and a magic wine barrel. Visitors representing various French marginalized groups shared insights in Marianne Golding’s En Marge de la societe course. Read the full story here. Learn more about the French Summer Language

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  • Southern Oregon University Literary Magazine Call for Submissions 2018

    SOU Literary Magazine Call for Submissions!

    SOU Student Press is now taking submissions for its third edition Main Squeeze. We are a journal with a point of view and we're looking for writers that don't get to be heard. We want to see your best work, from poetry to non-fiction and everything in between. We want to see work from ALL students, not just Creative Arts students.Full submission guidelines can be found here on our website. Submissions close February 26th.

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