OSU Forensics: New Season. New Students, New Win

Pictured (l-r): Kaitlyn Blake, Megan Baus, Sachin Betrabet, Victoria Elligsen, Kaden Meyers, Uwe Keist, Coi Holloway, Simon Millsap.

We don't live 'in' the current system. It lives on top of us Indigenous people, says Luhui Whitebear, activist and PhD candidate in the WGSS program.

Whitebear talks about how activism and her work with tribal communities inspires and enriches her scholarship.

Photo of Dr. Devon Peña

Guest Speaker on Indigenous Agroecology

Dr. Devon Peña - Guest Lecturer on Indigenous Agroecology

Keeping the Humanity in Medicine

CLA’s interdisciplinary medical humanities certificate program is the largest in the country.

Photo of Hevani at the MU

A Versatile Degree Can Take You Anywhere

"The biggest skill I’ve learned by being a Philosophy major is how to think critically and communicate that through verbal and written form." Hevani Fifita PHL ‘19

Alex Pho in snowy landscape

Continuing the Pursuit of an Examined Life

Alex Pho PHL ‘18 is pursuing a PhD in philosophy at the University of Wisconsin-Madison.

Meet the minds behind OSU's STEM diversity program

WGSS faculty members Dr. Susan Shaw and Dr. Nana Osei-Kofi bring the unique angles of intersectionality and systems of oppression theory to the Oregon State ADVANCE program.

Sue Rodgers and Carolyn Supinka

Celebrating Faculty and Students!

Congratulations to our students who won scholarships and awards and to our faculty who earned promotions!

Fountain Break

SWLF Graduate Students Participate in International Conference

As many students ventured home, to the coast, or up to Portland for spring break, SWLF sent eight MA students to Europe to participate in the 17th annual Transatlantic Students Symposium.

WGSS PhD Candidate Jennifer Venable hopes to make Cajun women's voices heard and recognized

Venable seeks to create space in academic scholarship for Cajun women's experiences and their contribution to Cajun culture.

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