Barbara Mossberg, professor of practice in literature in the Clark Honors College at the University of Oregon, will offer a Saturday Seminar focused on the usage and power of language through an environmental lens.
Dr. Sarah Wald, associate professor of environmental studies and English at the University of Oregon, will give her talk as part of the Center for Environmental Futures' Interdisciplinarity 101 series.
In this virtual public conversation, Dr. Yesenia Navarrete Hunter, Karin Bolender, and Holly Moulton will share about their work supporting just futures for Indigenous, immigrant, and rural populations.
The Center for Science Communication Research (SCR) in the School of Journalism and Communication at the University of Oregon will hold its annual Research Forum in the Crater Lake Rooms of the Erb Memorial Union on February 24th, 2023.
With an exciting lineup of keynote speakers, dozens of panelists addressing diverse topics, a film festival, and a focus on environmental justice, the 41st Annual Public Interest Environmental Law Conference (PIELC) won't be one to miss!
The Climate Wisdom Lab, led by Emergent Resilience facilitators Kevin Gallagher and Sarah Ray, will connect participants from UO, Washington State, and Colorado-Boulder to explore feelings and responses to ego-grief and eco-anxiety.
Head to the Redwood Auditorium in the Erb Memorial Union (EMU) to hear climate researcher Britt Wray's compelling talk about the emotional and existential effects of living in a warming world—and how we can get through them together.
Join the department of Women's, Gender, and Sexuality Studies (WGSS) on Wednesday, January 25th, at noon, in Knight Law Browsing Room 106, for this impactful talk by Dr. Yu-Fang Cho (Miami University of Ohio).
Elizabeth Ellis, assistant professor of history at Princeton University, will discuss the creation of imperial narratives of conquest and erasure and federal policies that led to the marginalization of Louisiana's small Indigenous nations in the early nineteenth century.
Fuel Ladder, a recently established interdisciplinary collective of artists, designers, and thinkers exploring the climate crisis through the lens of wildfire, is supported by the Ford Family Foundation and the University of Oregon's Center for Art Research. Several "Ignition" artists and the event curator, Emily Eliza Scott, are UO faculty.
Sustainability Open Houses bring together stakeholders from across campus to share work and spark ideas that lead to collaborations and cross-pollinations between academics and operations, learning and working.