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“We came across other animals, including what looks like a bison, we have what looks like a horse or a camel potentially and we got a lot more pieces of the mammoth as well,” said Davis.

Mammoth bones a big deal at Oregon State - KVAL: January 29, 2016
Bone takes trip to trustees meeting - Gazette Times: January 29, 2016
Can the Planet be Spared? - The Atlantic: December 28, 2015

"As an anthropologist working alongside indigenous communities in the United States, it’s hard not to see climate change as another wave of violence inherent in the colonial ideal..." OSU Anthropologist, Elizabeth Marino, Cascades Campus.

Finding Energy in Historic Photographs; Artist Anna Fidler - Corvallis Advocate: October 19, 2016
Artist Shoshanna Weinberger to speak at OSU Oct. 19 - OSU News & Research Communications: October 12, 2016
Artist Ben Buswell to speak at OSU, exhibit work at Fairbanks Gallery - OSU News & Research Communication: April 26, 2016
OSU’s Fairbanks Gallery to feature new work from Julia Bradshaw and Anna Fidler - OSU News & Research Communications: September 14, 2016
Corvallis Arts Walk Spotlight: Kerry Skarbakka - Corvallis Gazette-Times: November 16, 2016
OSU’s Little Gallery to display work of artist Eileen Hinckle - OSU News & Research Communications: September 09, 2016
OSU Art Faculty Exhibit Work at Linn-Benton Community College Gallery - Linn-Benton Community College News Service: October 18, 2016
OSU Art Faculty Exhibit at LBCC - Albany Democrat-Herald: October 20, 2016
OSU’s Fairbanks Gallery to feature Kerry Skarbakka exhibit ‘On the Brink’ - OSU News & Research Communications: October 26, 2016
OSU to host internationally-recognized printmaker Jan.26-29, 2016 - OSU News & Communication: January 14, 2016
Montage exhibit showcases art by OSU students - Corvallis Gazette-Times: December 30, 2015
VCELA: Blood and Honey by Craig Goodworth - Corvallis Gazette-Times: January 05, 2016
"+/-" Exhibit by OSU Art Students - Corvallis Gazette-Times: March 16, 2016
Chinese Art in Situ Study Abroad Opportunity - Lei Xue: January 25, 2016
Grant's Getaways - Digging Oregon's History - kgw.com Website: July 19, 2013

Karly Law loves digging into history and this summer she’s been scraping through decades of it at Champoeg State Park one centimeter at a time - when suddenly: “Oh, it’s a big piece,” she exclaimed.

Fishing for the First Americans - Nature.com: September 08, 2015

Archaeology is moving underwater and along riverbanks to find clues left by the people who colonized the New World.

Study: Home Births Safe For Low Risk Women - CBS Atlanta: February 02, 2014

A new study has found that home births are safe for low risk pregnant women.

We’ll never know who left those precious points. Was it a man or a woman? An artisan skilled in making razor-sharp blades from local rocks?

Printmaker to speak on Oregon State University's Visiting Artist Series - School of Arts & Communication: January 17, 2017

“Dream Act” activists Lizbeth Mateo & Marco Saavedra discuss Advancing Latino Equity in Oregon, Latino History, Resources, and Public Education, and more

Attorney Yema Measho will be on hand to provide reliable information and answer questions about what the Executive Action means to the community and how you can prepare to apply for relief

Following the model of “Ver, Pensar, Actuar” -or See, Think, Act- we will seek to create dialogue as a way of solving problems. We will discover the value of the human experience as a learing tool.

Hiring workers to fill part-time Student Research Support positions May 05, 2015
OSU Center for Latino/a Studies and Engagement joins Latino consortium January 06, 2015

OSU's Center for Latino/a Studies and Engagement has been selected to join the Inter-University Program for Latino Research, a national consortium of university-based centers dedicated to the advancement of Latino Research in the US.

Juntos: Our Stories March 13, 2015

Ruth Jones

Hispanic Advocate for Sisters School District and Juntos Coordinator

Deschutes County

Juntos: Our Stories March 13, 2015

Adriana a “Juntos Mom”

Dr. India Ornelas, Research Director, Latino Center for Health at UW, discussed addressing Latino Health disparities

Juntos: Our Stories March 17, 2015

Dan Jones- Juntos Club Advisor, Madras High School

This landmark gathering will consider critical evaluations of production in emerging Latino communities; and frameworks for presentation and reception in museums, fairs and galleries.

Hosted by former U.S. Vice President Al Gore, APHA, and other partners, the event will take place February 16, 2017 at The Carter Center in Atlanta, Georgia

Juntos: Our Stories March 17, 2015

Denise Piza- Latino Outreach for Let’s Talk Diversity Coalition, and Juntos facilitator for Culver

Ana Gomez-Diazgranados received the 2017 Francis Dancy Hooks Award on Monday January 16.

NMC 425: Latinos in the Media November 24, 2015

Watch movies and shows that you love, visit your favorite blogs and social media sites, and discover new ones! Engage with your community!

Congratulations to Amanda Filloy Sharp for her outstanding commitment to securing recognition for the seal making biliteracy a local, state, and national value!

HACU 31ST Annual Conference February 28, 2017

The Hispanic Association of Colleges and Universities (HACU) will host its 2017 Annual Conference October 28-30 at the Hilton San Diego Bayfront, San Diego, CA.

CL@SE"s Daniel Lopez-Cevallos graduates from AECF LEEADers program October 31, 2016

CL@SE's Associate Director of Research, Dr. Daniel López-Cevallos, graduated as part of the inaugural cohort of Annie E. Casey Foundation's Leaders in Equitable Evaluation and Diversity (LEEAD) program.

Chinweike, Loren, three Latinas from Monroe, Oregon, and three engineering students talk about their experiences with the Sope project.

Job opening at the Assistant Professor level in the Latin American, Caribbean and U.S. Latino Studies Department, University at Albany.

The National Institute on Minority Health and Health Disparities (NIMHD) will host the Health Disparities Research Institute (HDRI) from August 14 - 18, 2017.

Mexican-Americans in Independence, Ore., are retaining Spanish at a rate much higher than previous immigration waves, according to in-depth interviews of 120 Latino families.

The application for the Latino Museum Studies Program, is available. Deadline to apply is March 15, 2017.

Una charla con Kayla Garcia y Pedro Arenas basado en el libro de Kayla.

A new study based on in-depth interviews of rural Latino men in western Oregon finds that these men need sexual health services designed for their needs, including more male health providers, more convenient clinic hours, Spanish-speaking doctors.

Applications are now being accepted for RAND's Faculty Leaders Program this July in Santa Monica, CA

In honor of the Centro Cultural César Chávez 2015 Tribute Month please join us on Tuesday, April 14th for Teatro Milagro’s bilingual national touring production of Searching for Aztlán!

This study provides insights and best practices for Oregon Latino families, community members...

The Familias en Acción Latino Health Equity Conference will be held on June 20, 2017 at Portland State University in Portland, OR.

This formative evaluation among parents, students, and educators in the Corvallis School District reflects on the educational and social atmosphere in Corvallis.

CUBA! Summer 2016 January 11, 2016

 A 10 credit academic program.

HUMAN RIGHTS, CIVIL RIGHTS, and THE SPECTER OF "NATIONAL SECURITY:" The WWII Japanese American Internment February 28, 2017

Please join us for a panel presentation, following by discussion about the internment and its potential lessons for us today. Tuesday February 28th, 2-3:30pm, Asian & Pacific Cultural Center

Hector is the author of four books, including the novel The Barbarian Nurseries and the nonfiction bestseller Deep Down Dark: The Untold Stories of 33 Men Buried in a Chilean Mine and the Miracle that Set Them Free.

Winter 2015 course will consider how Latina/os have been on the stage of America since its inception and look to Latina/o literature and art to tell the story. 

Informational Meeting: 6:00-8:00pm, at the Centro Cultural César Chávez. 

Refreshments will be provided. 

Gabino Palomares November 24, 2014

In concert at the Centro Cultural César Chávez. 5:00-7:00 pm

Professors Lanie Millar, Alaí Reyes-Santos, and Juan Eduardo Wolf present a panel discussion on human rights issues related to documentation.

RWJF Funding Opportunities: 4 Change Leaders Programs (Applications Due 4/19) March 02, 2016

Applications for each of the (4) programs are due 4/19/2016. The 2016 cohort will officially begin 9/1/2016.

 

In April 2013, Oregon Governor John Kitzhaber signed into law the tuition equity bill (HB 2787), allowing undocumented students to attend Oregon's public universities as in-state residents if they meet certain qualifications.

Learn more about Juntos, our college readiness program for Latin@ families, and help CREATE Oregon State raise $10,000 for the project: OSU Juntos - Together for a Better Education. Even $1 can make a difference!

Winter 2015 course will consider questions like: Why is fashion often associated with women and femininity? How has it been used as a political tool? What can fashion help us understand about ethnicity, gender, and class? 

Winter 2015 course will cover accounts of labor migrants, asylum seekers, families and children, and new immigrant sending communities.

David Cay Johnston Speaks at OSU - SPP: May 07, 2014

Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist and noted author David Cay Johnston spoke on the topic of “Rich, Poor or in the Middle — Why Inequality Matters to You,” co-sponsored by the School of Public Policy and the Oregon Center for Public Policy.

The Art Environment Network is an interdisciplinary group that was founded to communicate and engage individuals across the perceived barrier that divides the University of Arizona and the Tuscon community.

Exhibit asks if limits should be imposed on current coastal development to preserve the seaside Carolinas.  

“Why is the world so beautiful?” This is a question Robin Wall Kimmerer pursues as a botanist and also as a member of the Citizen Potawatomi Nation. Listen to her On Being interview with Krista Tippett. 

We were on a two-part mission. Part 1: Find and bring back a poacher fish (aka alligator fish), alive. Part 2: Write down stuff that catches our ear and eye.

Why the planet needs a greening of the arts and humanities.

Fishtrap Fellowships recognize and encourage writers who show promise at an early stage in their career. Fellows attend the 2016 Summer Fishtrap Gathering and a featured reading during a Summer Fishtrap program. 

Paper proposals are due on January 31st for Under Western Skies, a biennial, interdisciplinary conference series on the environment. 

Signal Fire's projects instill self-reliance, catalyze creative energy, and invite interdisciplinary collaboration.

How Humanities Can Help Fix the World - The Chronicle of Higher Education : October 21, 2016

"Humanity doesn’t just exist; it has to be created, over and over again."

 "[Food issues] touch almost every academic discipline in one way or another," says Pollan. "They also cross the sciences and humanities, which makes them an excellent vehicle for advancing the entire idea of interdisciplinary study."

Author and historian at NASA’s Jet Propulsion laboratory at Caltech, Erik M. Conway explored the origins of the climate change denial industry, and the way it may play out in the future.

Hamblin is the recipient of this year’s Watson Davis and Helen Miles Davis Prize for his 2013 book, “Arming Mother Nature: The Birth of Catastrophic Environmentalism.” 

Michael Nelson, a member of the EAHI Board of Directors, argues against new U.S. Fish and Wildlife Endangered Species rules in a New York Times Op-Ed

The Environment and Society doctoral program at the Rachel Carson Center for Environment and Society in Munich blends humanities, social sciences, and natural sciences. 

In 2011 photographer Antoine Repessé stopped throwing things away. 

This program’s purpose is to provide an inspiring retreat for distinguished and emerging writers, thinkers, and artists. 

Whether you consider it sculpture, installation, performance or photography, if you see the art of Berndnaut Smilde in person, don’t blink – his artwork only exists for a moment.

Wallace Stegner Prize in Environmental Humanities - The University of Utah Press: October 02, 2015

Manuscripts due on December 1 for the Wallace Stegner Prize, which will be awarded to the best monograph submitted to the Press in the broad field of environmental humanities. 

An article detailing several examples of artist-activists who aim to raise public awareness of endangered rivers, especially in urban environments, or to otherwise engage people in conversations about environmental stewardship.

The dramatic big blue pickle which houses Graz’s Modern Art Gallery is hosting a major exhibition of environment or land art. 

Salzburg Global will convene a group of sixty practitioners and thinkers committed to promoting social, economic, and environmental sustainability through the arts and cultural innovation.

Visions of Social Justice - The Daily Barometer (OSU): December 04, 2014

Students present art used to confront social injustices in new OSU course. 

Call For Papers (Now Open) - Land Dialogues Conference : October 13, 2015

The Land Dialogues Conference conveners are interested in presentations of interdisciplinary scholarship by researchers working in dialogue with, within or about land. 

What We Write When It Won’t Rain - The New York Times: August 28, 2014

A new literature of drought may be emerging — one that harkens back to the past, but also warns of an uncertain future.

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OSU Schedules Series of Art Camps - Corvallis Gazette-Times: April 01, 2016
OSU Opera Workshop to present production of Aubert's "The Blue Forest" May 13-14 - OSU News and Research Communications: May 06, 2016

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(Op Ed) Think Too Much: Tending to Our Mid-Valley Arts Garden - Albany Democrat Herald: April 02, 2016
Leading scholar on Chinese art to speak at OSU - OSU News & Research Communications: November 04, 2016

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DJ Spooky's "Heart of a Forest" Tour to Storm through Oregon - College of Liberal Arts- Centers and Initiatives Environmental Arts and Humanities Initiative: November 06, 2016