OUTLaws is hosting a drop-in meeting for faculty and staff to talk about pronoun usage, OUTLaws' letter to faculty and staff, and answer related questions. OUTLaws board members will be present as well as Chris Ruiz de Esparza, Director of Diversity, Inclusion, & Leadership Development.
Our Conflict and Dispute Resolution Master's Program gives you the conceptual knowledge and practical skills to resolve conflict on small and large scales. From family mediation to international diplomacy, this two-year program prepares you to be part of the solution--someone everyone needs. UO undergrads with a 3.3 GPA or higher are eligible for consideration for the Dean's Double Duck Award, worth up to $12,500 off tuition. Come eat pizza and learn more!
Part of the Wayne Morse Center's theme of inquiry into Borders Migration and Belonging.
Free and open to the public.
To avoid the worst impacts of climate change, the planet has to substantially reduce its carbon pollution. In the 2019 Legislative Session, Oregon will consider doing its part. The state legislature will take up legislation to reduce the state's emissions of carbon pollution and join California and Quebec in the Western Climate Initiative. Please join us as we explore the issue with key policymakers and experts.
1L students will individually perform cross-examinations and opening statements to compete for a place on the UO Moot Court Board.