Session 2: Skills, Values, and Interests. Join Dani Amtman from the UO Career Center as she leads students through activities designed to help us identify our skills, values, and interests. She then will discuss how these can help us in our job search, identify ideal career paths, and even how to take the steps we […]
Join us for a talk by our very own Dr. Peter Walker entitled “Understanding Malheur: Sagebrush Rebellion and community resistance in Harney County.” He will discuss his research into community resistance to the Malheur Wildlife Refugee Occupation in January and February 2016. This talk will be help in Condon 204. Join the Geography Department for […]
Join us in welcoming Jarvis Kennedy, a member of the Burns Paiute Tribe as he provides a Native American perspective of the Malheur Occupation. This event will be held at the Many Nations Longhouse. For campus location, search here.
Please join us to kick of Geography Awareness Week 2016. The theme this year is Exploring Our National Parks. We will have displays from the Yellowstone Atlas created by InfoGraphics, a GeoGuessr Challenge, Inflato-Globe, and the virtual reality stream table! This will be from 10-1. If you would like to participate, please email Leslie at […]
Join Dr Chris Bone and Dr Leslie McLees in InfoGraphics with some free pizza and the opportunity to make a real-world difference in just two hours. Dr Bone will explain the process of using Open Street Map to help out people on the round around the world. We will then engage in a project doing just […]
Join the Department of Geography and the Museum of Natural and Cultural History in welcoming Cartographer Dave Imus to give a talk entitled “How Paper Maps Enrich Our Lives: A Cultural History of Cartography” at 3pm in the Museum of Natural and Cultural History. Even as the digital age unfolds, national award-winning cartographer Dave Imus believes […]
The newest member of our Geography faculty, Dr. Lucas Silva will present a talk entitled “Placing soil-plant-atmosphere interactions at the forefront of climate change research” at 4pm in Condon 106. Please join us at 3:30 in Condon 108 for snacks before the talk.
Join us in welcoming Belén Noroña, a PhD Candidate in the Department of Geography here at the University of Oregon. She will her discuss research and reflections on how researchers might impact territorial claims through the research process. Tea snacks will be served beginning at 3:30pm in Condon 108, followed by departmental announcements just before 4:00pm. […]
Join us for a Documentary screening by Director and Producer, Jeremy Monroe from Freshwater Illustrated/ We will view the film UPRIVER: a film for the Willamette. This film explores one of the nation’s most active conservation movements and traces how various people came together to revive and restore the vital river system. For more information on […]
Join us in welcoming Dr. Xiaobo Su, our very own Associate Professor of Geography, as he traces is experiences with the China-Myanmar boarder during his sabbatical last year. These sabbatical reports are a fun way to learn about the life of a researcher and what they do! Please join us! Tea snacks will be served […]