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Anthropology

Native American Heritage Month Proclamation - Washington County Oregon: November 05, 2020

On Tuesday, November 3, the Board of Commissioners proclaimed November 2020 as Native American Heritage Month in Washington County.

The Donation Land Claim Act became law this week in 1870. It led to millions of acres of Indigenous-people’s land being claimed.

CURRENT ARCHAEOLOGICAL HAPPENINGS IN OREGON - Association of Oregon Archaeologists: May 05, 2020
Covid-19 Sent LGBTQ Students Back to Unsupportive Homes. - The Chronicle of Higher Education: April 24, 2020

That Raises the Risk They Won’t Return.

The phrase responds to a clear and urgent need to reduce contact between people to keep the novel coronavirus from spreading faster than our hospitals can respond.

Art and Art History

Oregon State Names Two Distinguished Professors - OSU News & Research Communications: January 23, 2020

Congratulations to OSU Art Distinguished Professor Yuji Hiratsuka

College Student Services Administration

Environmental Arts and Humanities Initiative

Applications due Oct 15: Research and teaching interests in interdisciplinary approaches to environmental humanities.

How collaborations could give us a better shot at solving complex problems.

Ethnic Studies

‘Maps can tell the tribal story, not just that of the conquerors.’

Native American Heritage Month Proclamation - Washington County Oregon: November 05, 2020

On Tuesday, November 3, the Board of Commissioners proclaimed November 2020 as Native American Heritage Month in Washington County.

Amid growing national discourse around social and racial justice, a group of cartographers are diving into decolonial mapping as a means to recenter Indigenous voices and values.

Precolonization, many Native American tribes mapped the land through stories, ceremonies and song. Now, the United States’ borders, and most of its state lines, bisect the ancestral lands of Indigenous tribes.

The Donation Land Claim Act became law this week in 1870. It led to millions of acres of Indigenous-people’s land being claimed.

Graphic Design

Oregon State Names Two Distinguished Professors - OSU News & Research Communications: January 23, 2020

Congratulations to OSU Art Distinguished Professor Yuji Hiratsuka

Main

Music

OSU Theatre presents family-friendly musical ‘Secret Garden’ starting Feb. 28 - OSU News and Research Communications: February 03, 2020
OSU's American Strings series brings Chicago blues to Corvallis Feb. 12 - OSU News & Research Communications: January 23, 2020

Performance and Visual Arts Events

OSU Theatre presents family-friendly musical ‘Secret Garden’ starting Feb. 28 - OSU News and Research Communications: February 03, 2020

Psychology

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 18, 2020
SPS Congratulates 2020 Psychology Student Award Winners June 08, 2020
SPS Dr. Regan Gurung, "It's OK to be anxious" June 04, 2020

It's OK to be anxious

Isabella Karabinas chosen for a Fulbright award April 27, 2020

Isabella Karabinas chosen for a Fulbright award

Saki Nakai receives OSU Honors College von Borstel Family Legacy Scholarship April 13, 2020

School of Arts and Communication

Term of Adaptation - Erin Sneller, School of Arts & Communication: April 23, 2020
OSU Forensics ends their regular season on a high note - Mark Porrovecchio: March 01, 2020
OSU Forensics pulls a "two-fer:" hosts and wins at OSU tournament - Mark Porrovecchio: February 17, 2020
OSU Theatre presents family-friendly musical ‘Secret Garden’ starting Feb. 28 - OSU News and Research Communications: February 03, 2020
OSU Forensics makes its mark at new Idaho tournament - Mark Porrovecchio: February 03, 2020
OSU Forensics starts 2020 with a commanding performance - Marque Porrovecchio: January 29, 2020
OSU's American Strings series brings Chicago blues to Corvallis Feb. 12 - OSU News & Research Communications: January 23, 2020
Forensics Team announces 2019-2020 Scholarship Recipients - Marque Porrovecchio: January 23, 2020

Brandy Quach, Uwe Keist, Kaden Meyers and Simon Millsap standing front of the OSU Forensics Team’s trophy case on the first floor of Shepard Hall.

Oregon State Names Two Distinguished Professors - OSU News & Research Communications: January 23, 2020

Congratulations to OSU Art Distinguished Professor Yuji Hiratsuka

School of Language, Culture, and Society

‘Maps can tell the tribal story, not just that of the conquerors.’

Data shows Latino voters turned out in high numbers this election and their votes benefited both President Donald Trump and President-elect Joe Biden.

Native American Heritage Month Proclamation - Washington County Oregon: November 05, 2020

On Tuesday, November 3, the Board of Commissioners proclaimed November 2020 as Native American Heritage Month in Washington County.

Amid growing national discourse around social and racial justice, a group of cartographers are diving into decolonial mapping as a means to recenter Indigenous voices and values.

Precolonization, many Native American tribes mapped the land through stories, ceremonies and song. Now, the United States’ borders, and most of its state lines, bisect the ancestral lands of Indigenous tribes.

The Donation Land Claim Act became law this week in 1870. It led to millions of acres of Indigenous-people’s land being claimed.

On Labor Day, a windstorm swept across Oregon. A fire of 500 acres Monday afternoon grew to cover 131,000 acres overnight. Several other fires ignited, eventually burning more than a million acres.

As many of us working parents come to grips with being full-time teachers and caregivers to our children, the enormous value of this kind of labor comes into sharp relief.

The outsized infection rate among Hispanics in some states could hobble efforts to squash the spread of Covid-19, prompting states like Oregon to step up testing and take emergency measures.

If you often find yourself uninspired by online church services, yelling at the nightly news on TV or just generally cranky over all the unjustified optimism about reopening the United States economy, this is for you.

Covid-19 Sent LGBTQ Students Back to Unsupportive Homes. - The Chronicle of Higher Education: April 24, 2020

That Raises the Risk They Won’t Return.

The phrase responds to a clear and urgent need to reduce contact between people to keep the novel coronavirus from spreading faster than our hospitals can respond.

Gender and Ageism in the Academy - Inside Higher Ed: March 04, 2020

School of Writing, Literature, and Film

Speech Communication

OSU Forensics ends their regular season on a high note - Mark Porrovecchio: March 01, 2020
OSU Forensics pulls a "two-fer:" hosts and wins at OSU tournament - Mark Porrovecchio: February 17, 2020
OSU Forensics makes its mark at new Idaho tournament - Mark Porrovecchio: February 03, 2020
OSU Forensics starts 2020 with a commanding performance - Marque Porrovecchio: January 29, 2020
Forensics Team announces 2019-2020 Scholarship Recipients - Marque Porrovecchio: January 23, 2020

Brandy Quach, Uwe Keist, Kaden Meyers and Simon Millsap standing front of the OSU Forensics Team’s trophy case on the first floor of Shepard Hall.

Theatre

OSU Theatre presents family-friendly musical ‘Secret Garden’ starting Feb. 28 - OSU News and Research Communications: February 03, 2020

Women, Gender, and Sexuality Studies

As many of us working parents come to grips with being full-time teachers and caregivers to our children, the enormous value of this kind of labor comes into sharp relief.

They talk about how WGSS classes offer refuge for students who are not out at home, and the need for increased counseling support for students with COVID-19-related stress.

The phrase responds to a clear and urgent need to reduce contact between people to keep the novel coronavirus from spreading faster than our hospitals can respond.

Dr. Shaw chats with Jennifer Baumgardner and Amy Richards about the classic Third Wave feminist text.

“Many people are going to be left behind, not by the rapture, but by inadequate access to a living wage, paid time off and healthcare,” Dr. Shaw writes.

Gender and Ageism in the Academy - Inside Higher Ed: March 04, 2020

It is time for Christian men, including progressive Baptists, to go beyond talking about their commitments to women, and also listen to them, Dr Shaw writes.

The podcast highlighted Schiller's work and her book, which are available at dawn-schiller.com.

Miller shared their experiences being a graduate instructor of color at a predominantly white institution and the impacts of systems of power.

Whitebear shared about her work in educating university administration about land acknowledgments.

PhD Candidate Luhui Whitebear named to Corvallis School Board - Corvallis Gazette-Times: January 16, 2020

World Languages and Cultures