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Thursday, April 18, 2019

Third National Conference of Lawyers Committed to Addressing the Climate Emergency
8:00 am - 3:00 pm
ENR Center Conference Room
Contact: Doug Quirke • dquirke@uoregon.edu
Website
This year's speakers include Jay Inslee, Ed Markey, and Michael Mann. For a full list of speakers, the schedule, and registration info, please visit website. Please register (it's free) if you think you'll attend for any part of the day. We currently have the ENR Conference Room reserved, if we potentially need a bigger space.
Free CLE: "Through the Eyes of a Public Defender -- Perspectives on the Criminal Justice System with Public Defender Lisa Hay"
12:00 pm
Wayne L. Morse Courthouse, Jury Assembly Room (405 E. Eigth Ave., Eugene)
Contact: Prof. Andrea Coles-Bjerre • acoles@uoregon.edu
Live video presentation of the Federal Bar Association's Portland CLE featuring Lisa Hay, Federal Public Defender for for the District of Oregon.
Populism for the 1%: The Fall of the Republican Party and the Rise of Trump, featuring Paul Pierson (UC Berkeley)
6:30 pm
Knight Law Center 175
Contact: Rebecca Flynn • rflynn@uoregon.edu
A native of Eugene, Pierson is an active commentator on public affairs, whose writings have recently appeared in such outlets as The New York Times Magazine, The Washington Post, and The New Republic.

***This lecture is part of the Wayne Morse Center's Public Affairs Speaker Series. It is free and open to the public.***

Friday, April 19, 2019

CRES Networking Social
4:00 pm
EMU Falling Sky
Contact: Sophia Mantheakis • cres@uoregon.edu
Website
CRES is hosting our annual spring networking social for CRES students, alumni, faculty, staff, community partners, and family members! Attendees are welcome to drop in any time to share refreshments and meet the CRES community. Registration is required by 5 pm on Friday, April 5th.

DATE: Friday, April 19th
TIME: 4-6 pm
LOCATION: EMU Falling Sky
RSVP BY 4/5: https://oregon.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_ezZBdAe7PkwuSJT
GBI Spring Panel
5:30 pm
Knight Law Building - Room 141
Contact: Reece Petrik • reecep@uoregon.edu
Please join the Green Business Initiative in partnership with the Good Food Group for panel on food law.

Food will be provided!

Monday, April 22, 2019

CRES Spring Town Hall
12:00 pm
282
Contact: Sophia Mantheakis • cres@uoregon.edu
Website
This term’s CRES town hall will be Monday, April 22nd, from 12 to 1:30 pm in room 282. Please join CRES admin to discuss program updates, upcoming events and deadlines, and feedback. Topics and questions for discussion can be submitted through Qualtrics (see link). Please provide details and context, or email cres@uoregon.edu to set a private appointment.
From Wolves to the Warning to Humanity: Facing the Environmental Crisis Through Science
5:10 pm
Wayne Morse Commons, Rm 175, Rm 184
Contact: Apple Goeckner • appleg@uoregon.edu
Website
Dr. William Ripple, a distinguished professor in the College of Forestry at Oregon State University will share how society might face the environmental crisis through science.

Ripple will present his work on how the far-reaching impacts of wolves are affecting the ecosystem in Yellowstone National Park. He will illustrate how he transitioned from Yellowstone to other national parks in western North America and beyond to demonstrate both the benefits of wild large predators and the costs of their demise.
From Wolves to the Warning to Humanity: Facing the Environmental Crisis Through Science
6:00 pm
156 Straub Hall
Contact: Apple • enr@uoregon.edu
Website
Dr. William Ripple, a distinguished professor in the College of Forestry at Oregon State University will share how society might face the environmental crisis through science.

Ripple will present his work on how the far-reaching impacts of wolves are affecting the ecosystem in Yellowstone National Park. He will illustrate how he transitioned from Yellowstone to other national parks in western North America and beyond to demonstrate both the benefits of wild large predators and the costs of their demise.

Reception at 6:00, Lecture at 7:00.

Wednesday, April 24, 2019

SEDD Negotiation Exercise
12:00 pm
Room 242
Contact: Kathryn Fahrion • kfahrion@uoregon.edu
Website
Join Students Engaged in Dialogue and Discourse for our final mock negotiation of the school year. Get a little break from the finals grind, remind yourself of those skills you've been building this year, and tackle a dilemma that gives you a chance to explore topics we all currently struggle with in real life.

Thursday, April 25, 2019

APALSA: Asian/Pacific Islander Representation in Media
6:00 pm
Knight School of Law, Room 175
Contact: James Y McQuire • jmcquire@uoregon.edu
Join the Asian Pacific American Law Student Association for a Showing of Crazy Rich Asians and a discussion of how Asians and Pacific Islanders are portrayed and represented in media- or the lack thereof.

Tuesday, May 7, 2019

"Hope in Challenging Times: How cities - and people - lead the way in tackling our toughest issues," featuring Cecilia Muñoz
6:30 pm
Lillis 182
Contact: Rebecca Flynn • rflynn@uoregon.edu
Cecilia Muñoz is Vice President for Public Interest Technology and Local Initiatives at New America. She was Senior Vice President at the National Council of La Raza (now UNIDOS US), the nation’s largest Hispanic civil rights and advocacy organization, before serving for eight years on President Obama's senior staff. Muñoz received a MacArthur "Genius Grant" in 2000 for her work on immigration and civil rights.
*** This event is part of the Wayne Morse Center's Public Affairs Speaker Series. It is free and open to the public.***