Events Calendar

Events

Monday, January 27

Collecting Donations for Adopt-a-Month

Until the end of February, the College of Engineering Center for Diversity & Inclusion is collecting donations for the Human Services & Resource Center’s...

Community Health Worker Continuing Education Course: Mental & Behavioral Health

This expert-led, 3 week online course is designed for current Community Health Workers (CHW). The course will cover mental illness and addiction, including...

The Road Less Traveled - Willamette Valley PhotoArts Guild Exhibit

This exhibit features about 100 black-and-white and color photographs that interpret the closing lines of one of the most enduring poems by one of America's...

Grad Student Cafecito Hours

Grad Students! Come and join us for Cafecito Hours. Coffee, Conchas and small snacks are provided.

Fisheries and Wildlife Monday Morning Meeting

MARK HENDERSON USGS California Coop Fish Research Unit The importance of estuaries to juvenile Coho and Chinook salmon growth and survival

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The University Budget Committee has begun meeting to discuss recommendations for tuition rates for the 2020-21 academic year. As part of developing...

Science Pro

Give yourself a competitive edge by engaging in conversations with professionals, discovering new career ideas, and learning what skills you need to be...

Department of Animal and Rangeland Sciences Poster Symposium

Faculty and graduate students will be presenting their research at our first poster symposium on Monday, January 27th from 1:00pm to 5:00pm in the Oldfield...

Fatima Taha

Where do our choices take us? Finding ways to measure alternative future scenarios models across the user community by Fatima Taha, Ph.D. candidate,...

Algeria on Screen: What and How Cinema Can Teach Us About Society, Politics, and Culture

A talk by Dr. Nabil Boudraa, 2019-20 Center for the Humanities Research Fellow. Boudraa will discuss the ways in which Algerian filmmaker, Merzak...

Robert Wickham photo

TALK TITLE: Dr. Bayeslove or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the MCMC. Robert Wickham is a social psychologist and applied methodologist whose...

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Topic: Why all Statistical Models Should be Spatial Date: Monday, January 27, 2020 Speaker: Jay Ver Hoef, Ph.D., Senior Scientist/ Statistician...

Rotaract Weekly Meeting

Join Rotaract for their open weekly club meetings. Rotaract is a service club for OSU-Cascades students who are dedicated to finding innovative solutions...

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Seed to Supper is a FREE beginning gardening course that gives adult gardeners on a limited budget the tools they need to successfully grow a portion of...

Efficient Climbers Tool Box Winter 2020

This course takes a look at efficiency and various belay methods, knots, rope management systems and the building blocks of self rescue. This course is a...

Monday, January 27