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The University of Oregon Common Reading Program and the Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art present "Our Shared Breath: Creativity and Community," a Common Seeing exhibition featuring the work of six Indigenous artists exploring understandings of community, generosity, and creativity in all their forms.
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The illioo Native Theatre presents a staged reading of Princess Pocahontas and the Blue Spots by Monique Mojica (Kunu Rappahannock) at the Hope Theatre in the University of Oregon Miller Theatre Complex; there will also be a post-performance discussion with the readers. 
Map of work of incarcerated Oregon firefighters
The University of Oregon's Center for Environmental Futures brings Dr. Leigh Johnson, assistant professor of geography, and PhD candidate Troy Brundidge, to present their talk in Columbia 249 and via Zoom.
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The University of Oregon's Environment Initiative is excited to host a half-day webinar where attendees can hear from experts about potential opportunities for Oregon presented by the Inflation Reduction Act (IRA) and the Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act (IIJA). 

Past Events

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Head to the EMU Redwood Room to learn from LiveMove and partners about student projects to improve neighborhood landscapes. 
Dr. Noah Walker-Crawford
Based on an ethnographic study of a lawsuit between the Peruvian Andes, German Courts, and UN Climate Summits, Dr. Noah Walker-Crawford will show how climate change reshapes moral relations across the planet. 
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See the story of the Klamath Tribes' fight to save the sacred C'waam and Koptu fish. The screening will be followed by a presentation by Perry Chocktoot, the Director of Culture and Heritage for the Klamath Tribes. 
Dr. Kirby Brown
Join the University of Oregon department of English for a discussion of Dr. Kirby Brown's co-edited collection, The Routledge Handbook to North American Indigenous Modernisms
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Join the University of Oregon department of Native American and Indigenous studies for a panel discussion featuring Rachel Cushman (Chinook Indian Nation), Michelle Singer (Navajo), and Angela Noah (White Mountain Apache). 
Dr. Amanda Tachine
Dr. Amanda Tachine (Diné) will discuss stories and themes from her recent book Native Presence and Sovereignty in College: Sustaining Indigenous Weapons to Defeat Systemic Monsters
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Join University of Oregon Transportation Services and community partners for a bike-month film festival and celebration on campus.
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The 2023 Joint Campus Conference will bring together graduate students and faculty from three programs at University of Oregon, Oregon State University, and Portland State University. Dina Gilio-Whitaker (Colville), will deliver the keynote address. 
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Returned Peace Corps Volunteer & RARE Alumni will speak to how they were able to tackle environmental challenges in their service terms, what they're doing now in the climate justice arena, and what gives them optimism. Bring your questions!
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For the May edition of its Interdisciplinarity 101 speaker series, the Center for Environmental Futures presents a talk by Dr. Nina Amstutz, associate professor of art history at the University of Oregon, in the ENVS conference room in Columbia 249. 
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Join the ShakeAlert Technical Users Working Group, including the University of Oregon's Oregon Hazards Lab and other partners, for another in their virtual Critical Lifeline Resilience Workshop Series. 
Millrace Pond in Eugene, OR
The Student Sustainability Center is partnering with UO Landscaping to restore sections of the Millrace and Millrace Pond during the month of May. Join in to help remove invasive plants and plant native species on the waterfront. 
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Join speakers from the Institute for Tribal Governments, Willamette Partnership, Oregon Water Futures, Beyond Toxics, Pacific Northwest Just Futures Institute, and UO Environment Initiative among many others at the National Academies of Science. 
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Join the University of Oregon food studies program for a series of screenings taking place throughout May, including a screening of "Killing the Klamath" on the 24th. 
The Cordillera Huayhuash in the Central Peruvian Andes contains 70 percent of the world's tropical glaciers. Photo by Holly Moulton.

Join the University of Oregon Center for Latino/a and Latin American Studies and the Pacific Northwest Just Futures Institute for Racial & Climate Justice in Hendricks 330 to learn from PhD candidate Holly Moulton with her presentation "Quechua women's home gardens and climate change adaptation labor in the Peruvian Cordillera Blanca."