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Lectures & Presentations Events

February 6 - 12, 2019

Wednesday, February 6

Study Abroad: Student Perspectives Fair

Discover the cultural, culinary, and academic experiences from recently returned study abroad students and current international exchange students. FREE food...

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 to this free workshop.

Ideas on Tap: Evolution of Flight

Taking to the Sky: Mosaic Evolution and the Rise of Bird Quench your thirst—for knowledge and for beer—at Ideas on Tap, the Museum of Natural and Cultural...

Quack Chats Pub Talk “Mapping the Wildness of Yellowstone”

University of Oregon geographer and InfoGraphics Lab executive director Jim Meacham gives a free pub talk. Meacham was the cartographic editor for 'Wild...

Thursday, February 7

Suicide Prevention Training and Resources

The Suicide Prevention Team and the University Counseling Center (UCC) offers this faculty and staff suicide prevention training. You will learn how to...

New Directions in Black Feminist Studies Speaker Series: Erica Edwards Lecture

Join us for the next talk in the New Directions in Black Feminist Studies Speaker Series, organized by Dr. Shoniqua Roach. Dr. Erica Edwards (Associate...

Department of Product Design lecture: Shaun Tomson

The Code for the Next Wave: How to design a new life of purpose, power and passion Shaun Tomson Leadership Activist World Champion Surfer Entrepreneur...

Department of Art Visiting Artist Lecture Series: Whitney Hubbs

Whitney Hubbs: “Trials, Errors, and Some Successes!” With a 20-year history of picture making, Whitney Hubbs explores both straightforward and uncertain...

Living with the Mekong: Archaeological Perspectives and Alternative Futures

Please join us for "Living with the Mekong: Archaeological Perspectivs and Alternative Futures," a lecture by Miriam Stark, Department of Anthropology,...

Friday, February 8

BizPaths Internship Summit

What’s an internship? Why do you need one? How do you get one? Get answers to these questions through interactive breakout sessions and hear insights and...

UO Sales Club x AIFP Workshop

On Friday of week 5, UO Sales Club is honored to host John Vranizan, president of AIFP, and a team of traders for a sales-oriented workshop discussing client...

Extreme Migrations! Tales from the Flyways

Extreme Migrations! Tales from the Flyways with Portland State University ornithologist Michael Murphy Twice a year, billions of birds migrate thousands of...

Saturday, February 9

LEED Green Associate Workshop

Do you want to prepare for the LEED GA exam? Or gain insights into LEED practice questions and registration procedures? This workshop is for you! You will...

Insight Seminars: Come to the Cabaret! Gender and the Rise of Fascism

Cabaret! and Babylon Berlin depict the extreme and paradoxical period in Germany after WWI and before Hitler. The seminar focuses on gender issues in culture...

Visual Magic Gallery Tour: Color and Abstraction

George D. Green, Sandy Brooke, and others discuss their paintings on view in Visual Magic: An Oregon Invitational and their approaches to color and abstraction.

Monday, February 11

Lunch and Learn: Opportunity Zones

Join us for a Lunch and Learn session featuring local business professionals. We'll discuss what Opportunity Zones are and ways that students can connect...

How to Find an Internship

Looking for an internship? This workshop will teach you internship search strategies, including how to use the upcoming Internship and Career Fair...

Student Suicide Prevention Workshop

The Student Suicide Prevention Team and the University Counseling Center (UCC) offers this suicide prevention workshop to students. You will learn how to...

Cosimo Monteleone: The Third Dimension

The Third Dimension: Architectural Representation Between Traditional and New Technologies New technologies are now universally recognized as extraordinary...

Bike School: A six-week maintenance course

Learn the joy of fixing your own bicycle with in-depth instruction in the UO Bike Program DIY Workspace. This six-session course will teach you to repair and...

UO Founders' Only Dinner

This free event is for people who have a business or nonprofit idea they are working on and want to share and learn from other student entrepreneurs (open to...

Impermanent: Migrant Tales from the Ancient Mediterranean

Join us for the next History Pub talk, featuring Lindsey A. Mazurek with “Impermanent: Migrant Tales from the Ancient Mediterranean” Monday, February 11,...

Tuesday, February 12

All Sizes Fit Bridges Panel

A panel of LGBTQIA+ identified students will be sharing their personal stories relating to body acceptance, positivity and self-love, and discussing issues...

Career Insights: Consulting and Private Equity

Interested in learning more about consulting or private equity? Want tips on how to enter either industry? Join us as we welcome Bill Cornog, member and...

Debunking Dieting Myths

Did you ever wonder why diets don’t seem to work? That even when you lose weight it seems to come back, maybe with a few extra pounds? This training explores...

Happy Birthday, Darwin!

Join us in celebrating Charles Darwin’s birthday—and his legacy of scientific curiosity—with an afternoon of special Science Walk & Talks, plus birthday...

2PM Walk & Talks

Tuesdays through Sundays at 2:00 p.m. Enhance your visit to the Museum of Natural and Cultural History with a talk and exhibit tour! Perfect for solo...

Blatinx: What is Afro-Latinidad and who gets to claim it?

February is Black History Month, and part of that history includes the contributions and experiences of Latinos of African descent—who have and are currently...

NEH Application Writing Workshop

The Oregon Humanities Center and the Office of the Vice President for Research and Innovation are pleased to host a workshop on developing competitive...

History Workshop: Danger River with Marsha Weisiger

Please join us for the next History Workshop featuring Marsha Weisiger: “Danger River: Narrating Adventure Down the Great River of the Southwest” Tuesday,...

Career Lab: Prepare for the Internship Fair

Are you ready for the Internship and Career Fair? Join us for an interactive session during which we'll prepare you for one of the largest on-campus...

In Google We Trust: How one of the most influential companies in the world handles the responsibility of communicating news to millions

"Technology has value, but it doesn’t have values. It’s what we do with it.” - Richard Gingras Join the University of Oregon’s School of Journalism and...

Women's Bike Maintenance Class

A bike maintenance class geared towards those who identify as female, trans, femme and non-binary! This hands on, 3-session, course will teach you the basics...

Downtown Riverfront Park – Where the River and City Meet

Envisioned for over thirty years as Eugene’s urban re-connection to the River, the Riverfront Park will be the first in a series of developments on the...

February 6 - 12, 2019