This year's theme was Ducks Creating Change, which featured entertaining and informative sessions about influencing social change as well as personal and professional growth presented by students, alumni, and faculty alike.
DEI will be moving to a more competitive system of allocating and distributing sponsorship support to members of the campus community that make such requests. We strongly encourage our campus partners to present proposals that are collaborative.
Oregon Hillel will be hosting a series of events throughout spring term, including Manzil Midrash: Famous Muslims & Jews, Conflict Conversation: Historical Narratives of Israel, and Manzil Midrash: Muslim-Jewish Relations.
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