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Lectures & Presentations Events

November 5 - 11, 2018

Monday, November 5

Bike School

This six-session course will teach you to repair and maintain a standard road, mountain, mountain, or commuter bike. Featuring instruction from Bike Program...

Campus Mysteries: Ghost tours, lantern making, and spooky storytelling

Do you ever feel a chill as you walk past the Pioneer Cemetery? Or wonder if Deady Hall might be haunted? Join the MNCH Student Club and the Folklore...

Tuesday, November 6

GEO Study Abroad Pre-Advising @ CMAE

Interested in Studying Abroad but not sure how to get started?Need help writing a competitive scholarship essay?Talk with an International Peer Assistant on...

Hip Hop and the Four Elements of Masculinity

Many people have grown to love and embrace Hip Hop as a way of life. The historical messages of resistance, social justice, and community that first began...

Cool Edo: Artisanship in Early Modern Japan and Beyond

Kyozaburo Tsuge, President of Tsuge Pipe Co., Ltd. of Japan, member of the Japan Netsuke Association, author of The tale of Asakusa, shitamachi craftsmen,...

SA Fair: Student Volunteer Training

We value your story from studying abroad and sharing your home country experience! Come get the final shift schedule and learn about expectations for the day...

Department of Art Visiting Artist Lecture Series: Alexandria Eregbu

Alexandria Eregbu: “Finding Ijeoma: Entering the Marvelous Journey” For this lecture, Alexandria Eregbu walks us through her creative process as a...

Wednesday, November 7

Budget Like a Boss with Fisher Investments

Join Fisher Investments for a one-hour workshop on taking control of your finances and paying back student loans after graduation. The average graduate...

Study Abroad: ASK ME ANYTHING

Have questions about how UO students fit in study abroad?Thinking about a creative way to finance study abroad and want to learn how others did so?How about...

Stress and Anxiety Management Workshop

Learn how to identify stress and anxiety triggers and work on personalized management techniques. All students are welcome to drop in.

Happiness Hour

Happiness is an ingrained lifestyle. Uncover your true nature. Join us for weekly breathing-yoga-meditation.

CRWR Reading Series featuring Matt Rader

Join us as we welcome poet and MFA Alum, Matt Rader. This event is free and open to the public.

Panel Discussion: Interdisciplinary Approaches to Plastics, Pollution, and Consumption

A panel of faculty and experts in different fields will share their perspectives in response to the themes of Plastic Entanglements and discuss the long-term...

Ideas on Tap: Glaciers, Water, and Culture

Quench your thirst—for knowledge and for beer—at Ideas on Tap, the Museum of Natural and Cultural History's monthly pub talk, now at Viking Braggot Co. on...

Thursday, November 8

The Mapas Project: Indigenous Pictorial Manuscripts of Early Mexico

The Mapas Project: Indigenous Pictorial Manuscripts of Early Mexico with University of Oregon researcher Stephanie Wood Mesoamerican mapas are pictorial...

History Workshop: Rebounding Malaria and the Ethics of Eradication

History Workshop presents "Rebounding Malaria and the Ethics of Eradication: the WHO Campaign in Zanzibar, c. 1957–1968", featuring Melissa Graboyes of the...

CAER General Meeting

Join CAER this week to discuss the Spring 2018 Environmental Justice Conference theme!

Connective Conversations: Julia Bryan-Wilson 

Julia Bryan-Wilson—"Bruce Nauman: Queer Homophobia" Julia Bryan-Wilson is the Doris and Clarence Malo Professor of Modern and Contemporary Art at the...

The Woman Question from Mayreder to Merkel

Presented by Dr. Sarah E. Jackson from the University of Massachusetts, Amherst In 2018, the “Woman Question” is for most a historical rubric, not a current...

Friday, November 9

Design Thinking 101

UO students across all levels and disciplines are invited to register for this two-day Design Thinking short course held Friday, November 2 and Friday,...

Queer Ally Coalition Training

The Queer Ally Coalition (QAC) is a volunteer training workshop open to students, faculty, and staff who are looking for opportunities to expand dialogue and...

Boren Study Abroad Scholarship: Workshop

Come learn more about the study abroad Boren Scholarship for undergraduate students. This workshop will cover tips on the Boren application, including...

Professional Development Series: “Successful Freelance Career”

What does a music performer’s job look like? Clarinetist Thomas Piercy will talk about how he turned his freelance work into a satisfying and successful...

Speed Reading Basics

Looking to reduce reading time without sacrificing comprehension? Come give speed reading a try!

Du Shiniang’s Jewelbox and the Problem of Interiority

This lecture series is presented by the Center for Asian and Pacific Studies. It is cosponsored by the University of Oregon Libraries, the Asian Studies...

InsomniHack

InsomniHack

5pm
 

InsomniHack is a free, 24-hour hackathon open to all UO students who are interested in working together to build a prototype. Learn more and register on...

Saturday, November 10

Insight Seminars: Literature of the Great War

The horrors of WW I produced an outpouring of British poetry, memoirs and fiction, including Robert Graves’s Goodbye to All That, and Ford Madox Ford’s...

Sunday, November 11

Maker Studio: Build a Mini-FM Radio

Build a mini-FM radio using surface-mount technology (all parts included). Free but limited to the first 15 People. Sign up at startupweek.uoregon.edu This...

November 5 - 11, 2018