Events

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 […]

Tea Talk: Dr Lucas Silva

December 1, 2016
3:30 pm - 5:00 pm

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 […]

Tea Talk: Andrés Holz

April 20, 2017
3:30 pm - 5:00 pm

Join us on Thursday, April 20th at 4:00pm in Condon 106 for a talk by Portland State University Professor and Director of the Global Environmental Change Lab Andrés Holz. He will give a talk entitled “Understanding complex human-ecological processes through temporal and spatial patterns: lessons from Patagonia & Tasmania.” Dr Holtz’s research interests include Forest dynamics, […]

Please join us for a talk by Birgit Müller, from the Helmholtz Centre for Environmental Research in Leipzig, Germany. Her talk will be entitled “Analyzing the impact of policy instruments and global change processes with help of social-ecological modelling.” Birgit’s research interests focus on: the use of process-based models for an enhanced understanding and governance […]

Please join us in welcoming Galit Cohen-Blankshtain, a senior lecturer in Geography and Public Policy at Hebrew University of Jerusalem, who is currently on sabbatical at Oregon State University. Her talk is entitled “Integrated transport planning in segmented city: the case of Jerusalem.” To see more about her research in Urban information-communication technologies (ICT) policy, Transport policy, […]

If you are  senior (or just really on top of things), please join the Academic and Career Advisors for the Department of Geography, Economic, Political Science, Ethnic Studies and General Social Science for a quick workshop on either May 6th or May 20th from 11am to 2pm. This three-hour intensive workshop will provide you with tools […]