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Cross-Cultural Events on UO Campus

Let's Talk - Wednesdays 2-4PM @ BCC
Let's Talk - Wednesdays 2-4PM @ BCC Dec 6 Lyllye Reynolds-Parker Black Cultural Center
Let's Talk - Thursdays 2-4PM
Let's Talk - Thursdays 2-4PM Dec 7 Erb Memorial Union (EMU)
GlobalWorks Summer Program Info Session
GlobalWorks Summer Program Info Session Jan 10 Erb Memorial Union (EMU)
University Exchanges Info Session
University Exchanges Info Session Jan 18 Erb Memorial Union (EMU)
CHC Study Abroad Info Session with GEO
CHC Study Abroad Info Session with GEO Jan 23 Chapman Hall
Wine Chat: "The Sisterhood: How a Network of Black Women Writers Changed American Culture"
Wine Chat: "The Sisterhood: How a Network of Black Women Writers Changed American Culture" Jan 25 Capitello Wines
International GE Time Together
International GE Time Together Jan 26 Graduate Student Louge (Susan Campbell Hall)
International GE Time Together
International GE Time Together Feb 26 Graduate Student Louge (Susan Campbell Hall)
University Exchanges Info Session
University Exchanges Info Session Apr 11 Erb Memorial Union (EMU)
International GE Time Together
International GE Time Together Apr 19 Graduate Student Louge (Susan Campbell Hall)

Nayantara Arora will pursue two master’s degrees from the University of Oxford

The Global University Sports Network will help advise and inform athletics leaders

President Karl Scholz sent the following message to the UO Community on October 13, 2023.

Dear University of Oregon community members,

Many university presidents have already released statements about the horrors of the genocidal actions of Hamas last weekend and the response by Israel. I’ve been slow in finding the words to convey the depths of my sadness and concern in a way that captures the magnitude of the terror and the unfathomable loss of life. I condemn genocide. I condemn the killing of innocent civilians.

On Monday, October 9, 2023 Interim Vice President for Student life, Kris Winters sent a message to UO Students.

Dear University of Oregon students,

The loss of life and violence in Israel and Gaza is concerning to many people in our university community. The University of Oregon stands in support of our students, staff, faculty, and alumni affected by the war. We express sympathy and compassion to the Jewish, Israeli, and Palestinian communities impacted by the war and resulting loss, suffering, and uncertainty.

On September 30, the US House of Representatives approved a bipartisan short-term funding bill, known as a continuing resolution. The bill, which was approved by the US Senate and signed into law by President Joe Biden, provides the necessary funding to keep the federal government in operation for an additional 45 days, buying Congress more time to pass long-term funding legislation. However, UO leadership continues to monitor the situation.

Eligible faculty members, postdocs and administrators can still apply for awards

The group hire will add diversity and meet student demand for Latinx studies courses

The University of Oregon continues to rank in the top 10 of Benjamin A. Gilman International Scholarship producing schools. During the March 2023 application cycle, 18 UO students were selected for the prestigious scholarship that supports global opportunities.

The Association of Pacific Rim Universities (top 60 research universities in 19 societies around the Pacific) is seeking mentor and mentee applications for its Women in Leadership Mentorship Program. Mentee and mentor nominations accepted until June 1. 

The APRU Asia Pacific Women in Leadership (APWiL) Mentoring Program provides international and intercultural opportunities for the empowerment, professional growth, and development of aspiring women leaders within APRU.

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