Naeemaei spoke in detail about her environmental justice work, art, and lived experience in the U.S. and how they inform her work.
The Faculty of Ethnic Studies at Oregon State University stand with OSU’s Black students, faculty and staff, and with Black communities across the nation. We vow to continue teaching histories of resistance to anti-Black racism and to inspire new creative
Haverkamp's engineering research is deeply informed by feminist research methods, queer theory, and centers resiliency and desire instead of deficit and damage.
Ahmed's work focuses on ways to use Islamic cultural forms and practices to engage in queer and trans storytelling.
CLA students are facing unique challenges
When the COVID-19 outbreak forced remote teaching, arts faculty tapped into their creativity to maintain a rigorous curriculum under challenging circumstances.
Announcing a new BA in Creative Writing!
Selections from Julie Green's ongoing series' Fashion Plate and First Meal were awarded the fourth annual Presents Booth Prize at the Armory Show in New York.
OSU's 14th Annual Empty Bowls Benefit