September 30, 2020 The Nature of Isolation
September 28, 2020 The US government took the land of Oregon’s native people 170 years ago this week
September 28, 2020 Estudio expone condiciones peligrosas campesinos de Oregon están expuestos
September 28, 2020 Oregon farmworkers report inconsistent COVID-19 safety practices
September 28, 2020 Oregon farm workers experience broad COVID-19 pressures, new study reveals
September 18, 2020 Amber Fultz, SPS PhD program student, awarded $1000 by Graduate School for being selected as OSU’s finalist for Western Association of Graduate Schools & ProQuest Distinguished Master’s Thesis Award
September 16, 2020 Opinion: To fight wildfire smoke, stay inside, tape up doors – and vote this November
August 24, 2020 Op-Ed: Putting Childcare at the Forefront of Resumption and Recovery by Dr. Cari Maes
July 29, 2020 SPS Kathleen Bogart, Ph.D. - A psychologist with facial paralysis on how to communicate while wearing a mask
July 29, 2020 “Artists as human beings can increase awareness by breaking barriers around people’s minds,” says Iranian environmental artist and activist Naeemeh Naeemaei speaking at Oregon State University
July 17, 2020 Racialized Inequality: Social justice is the vaccine we need for Oregon's food system
July 16, 2020 Guest Essay: A Historical Perspective on Pandemic
June 15, 2020 Congratulations 2019-2020 WGSS and QS Graduates!
June 11, 2020 Pandemic teaching prescriptions (Inside Higher Ed) A piece by OSU's Regan Gurung
June 11, 2020 Gender and Ageism in the Academy
June 11, 2020 Corvallis’ Most Impactful People, 2019
June 11, 2020 Pregnant Oregonians face giving birth without doulas, extended family during the coronavirus crisis
June 10, 2020 SPS Congratulates 2020 Psychology Student Award Winners
June 10, 2020 It's OK to be angry, but work to bring about change (Teaching Professor) A piece by OSU SPS's Regan Gurung
June 04, 2020 SPS Dr. Regan Gurung, "It's OK to be anxious"
June 03, 2020 Statement of Solidarity
May 27, 2020 APA Monitor: SPS Regan Gurung, As the U.S. stays home, psychology moves online (APA)
May 26, 2020 I’ll get to hope. For now, I need to sit in the ashes and mourn
May 26, 2020 For Latinos and Covid-19, Doctors Are Seeing an 'Alarming' Disparity
May 25, 2020 "Childcare will likely fall once again to the bottom of the list of priorities in the wake of COVID-19," writes Dr. Cari Maes, WGSS Assistant Professor in recent op-ed.

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