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Anthropology

The quest to save Oregon’s Kalapuya - The Oregonian: March 08, 2022

‘You lose a language, you lose a culture’

If dates hold, tracks would put people in New Mexico thousands of years earlier than thought

Environmental Arts and Humanities Initiative

Check out this exhibit at OSU's Little Gallery.

Ethnic Studies

What's in a name? A lot, especially if a particular place had a name, and another one was slapped on top of it.

Among the ranks of essential workers, there may be none more essential than the people who harvest food from farms. It is often done by hand in tough conditions, and those degraded further during the COVID-19 pandemic.

The quest to save Oregon’s Kalapuya - The Oregonian: March 08, 2022

‘You lose a language, you lose a culture’

Psychology

Angelina Conrow chosen for Best Honors Thesis Award June 14, 2022
Joanna DeMeyer Chosen for Johns Hopkins Center for American Indian Health Summer Institute Scholarship June 07, 2022
Ashlynn Barwig Chosen for 2022 Psychology Engagement Scholarship June 06, 2022
Math senior to research cross-cultural psychology for Fulbright - OSU College of Science: June 02, 2022
SPS Graduate Student Emily Burgess Chosen to Receive Lenore Bayley Graduate Scholarship March 30, 2022
SPS Doctoral Candidate, Kalina Lamb Fahey, is the recipient of the 2022 IHS SIG Outstanding Trainee Award February 07, 2022
Jessee Dietch, assistant professor of psychology, awarded the Fitbit Health Equity Research Initiative & funds from the Google Foundation to examine sleep health in transgender youth February 07, 2022

School of Communication

OSU forensics finishes the season with debate wins - Mark Porrovecchio / OSU Forensics: March 16, 2022
OSU forensics ends regular season in fine form - Mark Porrovecchio / OSU Forensics: March 07, 2022
OSU Forensics Hosts and Wins at their ‘Virtual’ Tournament - Mark Porrovecchio / OSU Forensics: February 14, 2022
OSU Forensics starts the winter term with impressive showing - Mark Porrovecchio / OSU Forensics: January 31, 2022

School of Language, Culture, and Society

What's in a name? A lot, especially if a particular place had a name, and another one was slapped on top of it.

Among the ranks of essential workers, there may be none more essential than the people who harvest food from farms. It is often done by hand in tough conditions, and those degraded further during the COVID-19 pandemic.

The quest to save Oregon’s Kalapuya - The Oregonian: March 08, 2022

‘You lose a language, you lose a culture’

If dates hold, tracks would put people in New Mexico thousands of years earlier than thought

School of Psychological Science

Joanna DeMeyer Chosen for Johns Hopkins Center for American Indian Health Summer Institute Scholarship June 07, 2022
Ashlynn Barwig Chosen for 2022 Psychology Engagement Scholarship June 06, 2022
Math senior to research cross-cultural psychology for Fulbright - OSU College of Science: June 02, 2022
SPS Doctoral Candidate, Kalina Lamb Fahey, is the recipient of the 2022 IHS SIG Outstanding Trainee Award February 07, 2022
Jessee Dietch, assistant professor of psychology, awarded the Fitbit Health Equity Research Initiative & funds from the Google Foundation to examine sleep health in transgender youth February 07, 2022

School of Visual, Performing and Design Arts

School of Writing, Literature, and Film

SWLF Co-Sponsor for Spring Creek Project Wildfire Lecture Series - Spring Creek Project: January 24, 2022

Speech Communication

OSU forensics finishes the season with debate wins - Mark Porrovecchio / OSU Forensics: March 16, 2022
OSU forensics ends regular season in fine form - Mark Porrovecchio / OSU Forensics: March 07, 2022
OSU Forensics Hosts and Wins at their ‘Virtual’ Tournament - Mark Porrovecchio / OSU Forensics: February 14, 2022
OSU Forensics starts the winter term with impressive showing - Mark Porrovecchio / OSU Forensics: January 31, 2022