Events

In honor of International Education Week:
World Celebration Exploration
Join us and celebrate all things international. Refreshments will be provided.
November 16, 2017   |   Mills Center   |   5 - 7pm
RSVP and Invite Others

 

Featured Events

International Education Week Returned Peace Corps Panel
Monday, Nov. 13, HEDCO 142, 6 - 7:30pm

DIGNITY: Tribes in Transition
Tuesday, Nov. 14, Museum of Natural and Cultural History, 11am - 5pm

Study Abroad Info Session: Marketing in Vienna
Wednesday, Nov. 15, Lillis Business Complex, Room 185, 5 - 6pm

Demystifying Media: Israeli Media & Threats to Press Freedoms
Thursday, Nov. 16, Columbia Hall 150, 2 - 3pm

International Student Association - Coffee Hour
Friday, Nov. 17, LLC South Performance Hall, 4 - 6pm

Turning Points: Our Journeys to Global Citizenship
Friday, Nov. 17, Mills International Center, 1:30 - 3:30pm

 

 


Cross Cultural Events on Campus

Senior Snap: Love My Accent

March 12, 2015

Where: Mills International Center, EMU

While international students are away from home, there are many obstacles for them to overcome during their four years college life, such as language barriers and culture shock. As two seniors and international students, Mandy and Hailin initiated a project called “Senior Snap” to assist international students with the transition to US college.

Women of Color Speaker Series: Mia McKenzie

March 7, 2015

Where: EMU Ballroom

Mia McKenzie, editor and creator of blackgirldangerous.org will be coming to the EMU Ballroom on March 7th as part of the Ms.Lyllye B. Parker Women of Color Speaker Series in order to present a keynote on anti-blackness and having a Q&A afterwards.

Media, Democracy, and Technology Symposium

March 6, 2015

Where: Knight Library Browsing Room

9:30-9:50
Gabriela Martínez: General Introduction and Media’s possibilities and challenges in a volatile world.

9:55-10:20
Endalk Chala: Blogging in repressive environments: Ethiopia’s case.

10:25-10:50
Danny O’Brien: Journalism After Snowden: Protecting Sources and Evidence in the Age of Mass Surveillance.

Latin American Studies Faculty Workshop

February 24, 2015

Where: EMU Metolius Room

The Latin American Studies Program presents:

Faculty Workshop: "Researching Human Rights in Latin America: Challenges, Resources, and Strategies."

 

 

Prof. Rebecca Atencio of Tulane University

February 23, 2015

Where: Gerlinger Lounge

The Latin American Studies Program Presents:

Prof. Rebecca Atencio of Tulane University

Talk: "Official and Other Truths: Memories of Dictatorship in the Wake of Brazil's National Truth Commission"

African Studies Lecture Series: Dr. Kemi Balogun

February 17, 2015

Where: Knight Library Browsing Room

Please join us Tuesday, February 17th, from 12-1.15 pm in the

Ebola Teach-in

February 10, 2015

Where: Mckenzie Hall Rm 240a

UO Students for Global Health and UO UNICEF are putting on 20-minute discussions with Dr. Janis Weeks, Dr. Richard Brunader, and Kathleen Conery. Join the conversation February 10, 2015 from 6pm to 7:30pm in Mckenzie Hall room 240a.

Rwandan Documentary "Sweet Dreams" Screening

February 4, 2015

Where: Knight Law building room 142

"Sweet Dreams" follows a group of Rwandan women 20 years after the genocide as they form a drum troupe and start the nation's first ice cream shop together. The film examines social tensions in post-genocide Rwanda, and gives us an insight into the nation's process of healing after such an immense tragedy.

Graduate Student Workshop: Writing a Grant Proposal

January 22, 2015

Where: 330 Hendricks Hall, University of Oregon

Center for Latino/a & Latin American Studies presents a graduate student workshop. Our presenters will share tips and strategies for writing successful grant proposals. Join Director of CLLAS, Dr. Lynn Stephen and CLASS Grantee/Fulbright Scholar, Charlie Hankin, to start preparing your proposal!

Women, videos and documentaries

November 19, 2014

Where: University of Oregon, Allen Hall 221

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