Events

Social Justice Connections!

Submitted by Asela Kemper
Posted on Nov 08 , 2017

Come to our first brown bag discussion of the year: Social Justice Connection! The event will take place at Stevenson Union 314 (Dankook Room) from 12:30pm to 1:30pm on November 15th. Come get FREE pizza and hang out with Virginia Camberos and Nicthe Verdugo from Unite Oregon to talk about their organization and a path to social justice work! 

 

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Freelancing in the IT world

Submitted by Amy Tucker
Posted on Nov 08 , 2017

Tired of working for someone else? Learn how to work for yourself!

Come learn how to live an alternative lifestyle in IT through the world of contracting and freelancing from a local contractor, Brandon Burton.  No more cubicles, stale meetings or showing up "at work". Set your own hours, work when you want and take back your freedom!

WHEN: Wednesday, November 15th, 5:00 – 6:00 pm

WHERE: Computer Sciences, room 224 (2nd floor)

*Cookies provided by the Computer Science Program*

 

Grill Cheese & Soup Day At CRC

Submitted by Asela Kemper
Posted on Nov 08 , 2017

Come join SOU Student Food Pantry and the Commuter Resource Center as they host a “free sandwich and cup of soup” day on November 14th from 12:30-1:30 in the Stevenson Union in the raised lounge outside of CRC/VRO! The SOU student food pantry is currently providing over 1,000 items of food, personal hygiene products, and other necessities to students per week. While we are having free food, we will discuss food insecurity that many students struggle with and engage in developing solutions for hunger on campus. 

 

Productivity and Carbon Dynamics in a Changing Arctic

Submitted by Amy Tucker
Posted on Nov 08 , 2017

Please help us welcome SOU Alumnus, Maggie Buktenica, MS. Maggie Buktenica received her B.S. in biochemistry at SOU in 2013, then went on to earn her MS in Ocean Ecology and Biogeochemistry at Oregon State University, College of Earth Ocean and Atmospheric Sciences.

In this talk, Maggie will discuss her graduate research studying marine biological production along the western continental margin of the Arctic Ocean, and how it might change in response to warming. Warmer air temperatures in the Arctic, due to climate change, are causing decreased sea ice thickness, less ice coverage and longer ice-free seasons. These changes are altering the ecology and biogeochemistry of the Arctic, including how warming may influence the Arctic Ocean’s role as a “sink” for atmospheric CO2.

The lecture will be held in the Science Auditorium Room 151 on Friday, November 10th, from 3:30 - 5:00 pm.

Light refreshments will be provided by the STEM Division.

 

General Announcements

New Online Billing Appeal Form

Submitted by Fela Winfrey
Posted on Nov 08 , 2017

Hannon Library is happy to now offer patrons a way to submit Billing Appeal forms online through the library website.

Patrons that believe they have been charged a fine or fee in error may submit an appeal to Circulation Services. Charges may be upheld, reduced, or waived depending on approval.

Please note that the following reasons are generally NOT regarded as valid for waiving or reducing charges:

  • forgetting or not knowing due dates, amount of fines, or library policy
  • disagreeing with fee structure or library policy
  • loaning items to a third party
  • being too busy or out of town
  • needing items for longer than the loan period
  • not receiving or not reading a courtesy overdue reminder
  • transportation problems

Access the new Billing Appeal form on the library’s website under the Services / Circulation Services menu.

Open ASSOU Committee Positions

Submitted by ASSOU Director of Public Relations
Posted on Nov 08 , 2017

Want to get involved on campus? Want to make a difference for the student body? Get involved on a Student Government Committee! There are currently open positions for the Tuition Advisory Council and the Stevenson Union Steering Committee.

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