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Academic Events

April 23 - 29, 2019

Tuesday, April 23

Drop-in Advising: GEO Study Abroad

Are you interested in studying abroad?Want to find out how to fit it in your academic plan?Not sure how to get started?Come speak to a GEO Study Abroad...

Wednesday, April 24

ACTG 351 and 352 Tutoring (Sponsored by Moss Adams)

Thanks to funding from Moss Adams, the School of Accounting is able to provide tutoring for Intermediate Accounting II and III (ACTG 351 and 352). Students...

Ask Me Anything: Study Abroad

Want to talk to a study abroad alum about their experience?Thinking about a creative way to finance study abroad and want to learn how others did so?Wonder...

Reception and Talk: Ancil Payne Award for Ethics in Journalism

Tough Calls, Celebrated Join the School of Journalism and Communication for a lunch reception and award ceremony celebrating the tough calls journalists...

Drop-in Advising: GEO Study Abroad

Are you interested in studying abroad?Want to find out how to fit it in your academic plan?Not sure how to get started?Come speak to a GEO Study Abroad...

Dr. Anita Archer

Dr. Anita Archer, an expert in explicit instruction, the design and delivery of instruction, behavior management, and literacy instruction, will be providing...

Department of Product Design lecture: Jay Sae Jung Oh

Jay Sae Jung Oh: “Keepin’ It Real” Jay Sae Jung Oh explores the diverse realm of design as a furniture designer, a product designer, an artist, and an...

Science Knight Out

The Future is Here: Bioengineered Medical Devices and Regenerative Therapies Could humans regrow limbs? What if medical implants could be designed not just...

Thursday, April 25

Drop-In Math Tutoring

Come get after-hours math tutoring in the Residence Halls. Algebra, Trig., and Calculus.

The Symposium for Environmental Teaching

How do educators empower future generations to engage with critical environmental issues altering life on Earth? The Symposium for Environmental Teaching...

Drop-in Advising: GEO Study Abroad

Are you interested in studying abroad?Want to find out how to fit it in your academic plan?Not sure how to get started?Come speak to a GEO Study Abroad...

GEO Peer Advising @ GSH

Come speak to Alex, an International Peer Assistant, for ways to get started, tips on creative funding, and more! Schedule a time for dedicated time or feel...

Department of Art Visiting Artist Lecture Series: Pope.L

Davis Family Lecture Pope.L: "Until Now" Pope.L will present a compact survey of several strands in his art practice to-date. Pope.L (b. 1955, Newark) is...

Friday, April 26

Public Speaking Workshop

Join the Holden Center for Leadership and Community Engagement to develop your public speaking skills in a safe and judge-free environment. Topics include...

Trump's Global Gag Rule: What Does it Mean for Women?

Public lecture by Yana Rodgers, Professor, Department of Labor Studies and Employment Relations, and Department of Women’s and Gender Studies, Rutgers...

General 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...

Drop-in Advising: GEO Study Abroad

Are you interested in studying abroad?Want to find out how to fit it in your academic plan?Not sure how to get started?Come speak to a GEO Study Abroad...

Telling Your Story and Stage Presence Communication Skills

This workshop will focus on techniques to overcome stage fright and anxiety, tips for preparation and other ways to improve your public speaking skills. You...

Victoria Malawey, Steve Larson Distinguished Lecturer

***TIME CHANGE*** Lecture Title: “Analyzing the Popular Voice, or Why Covers of Elliott Smith Songs Don’t Work” Abstract: Unlike other aspects of musical...

An Image Tells a Thousand Words Workshop

Make your presentation memorable by learning how to create good visual aids. One of a series of workshops to help presenters at the Graduate Student Research...

Awards & Fellowships Deadline

The University of Oregon Graduate School administers a range of fellowships and research awards annually, resulting in the support of 34 students (up from 25...

Sunday, April 28

Registration Deadline: Business Undergraduate Graduation

Lundquist College of Business seniors who plan to graduate spring, summer or fall 2019 are encouraged to apply to graduate on DuckWeb by April 28 to get...

Tacos & Tutoring

To kick off a new weekly tutoring service in Bean Hall, we are hosting "Tacos and Tutoring" on Sunday, April 28 in the Bean Learning Commons. The event is...

Monday, April 29

Colloquia Speaker Series: Dr. Laura Pulido

Please join the Association of Anthropology Graduate Students (AAGS) for a talk from UO's Dr. Laura Pulido entitled 'Spectacular Racism and Environmental...

Drop-in Advising: GEO Study Abroad

Are you interested in studying abroad?Want to find out how to fit it in your academic plan?Not sure how to get started?Come speak to a GEO Study Abroad...

Creating an Individual Development Plan

Individual Development Plans (IDP) are generally thought of as career development roadmaps that can help individuals identify and communicate their research...

ACTG 351 and 352 Tutoring (Sponsored by Moss Adams)

Thanks to funding from Moss Adams, the School of Accounting is able to provide tutoring for Intermediate Accounting II and III (ACTG 351 and 352). Students...

Hybrid Vigor (Art x Design x Ecology)

The Hybrid Vigor talk is focused on David Buckley Borden’s environmental-communication projects from the complementary perspectives of art, design and...

April 23 - 29, 2019