The Division of Equity and Inclusion hosts and partners with many others on campus to host events throughout the year.
Heritage and History Months
African American Workshop and Lecture Series ♦ Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Awards
Implicit Bias Workshops ♦ Showcase Oregon ♦ ECC First Fridays
Event Funding Requests
Sexual Assault Support Services (SASS) is now offering a support group for self-identified members of the LGBTQIA+ community ages 18 and over who have experienced any form of sexual violence in the past or present. The group is held every 3rd Wednesday of the month at our main office. Drop-in basis, no registration required, all SASS services are free and confidential.
Do you ever notice how powerful our breaths are? Have you thought about the fact that our breaths are connected to the body and the mind? Come experience the body-mind-breath connection - the happiness hour style.
Students on this program will learn real-world wine marketing management essentials, both in the classroom and through excursions to nearby wineries. Eligible students must have completed a principles of marketing course (MKTG 311 or BA 317) by the end of Spring term 2019.
June 20 - August 10, 2019
Priority - February 15 (receive $100 off your program!)
Final - March 15
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Enjoy conscious hiking, environmental and historical education, and documenting the experience through digital storytelling. The adventure of hut-to-hut hiking through tunnels created during WWI will acquaint students with the magnificent natural landscape, the contrast of the gentle curves of flowery meadows with the extraordinarily varied sculptural shapes of bare, pale-colored towering peaks.
Students will earn 6 credits through experiential learning during the 14-day program plus four pre-departure sessions in May 2019. Students will need to bring a tablet and/or a smart phone with good camera resolution to complete assignments during the program.
August 31 - September 13, 2019
Priority - January 15 (receive $100 off your program!)
Final - February 15
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**Note: This event is for UO students returning from a recent study abroad experience**
Now that you’ve had this transformative international experience, come join the GEO Study Abroad office to unpack your experience. Network and participate with other globally minded students who have recently returned from a similar voyage.
At this workshop, we will:
Reflect on your experience while abroad through interactive activities
Discuss techniques to re-adjust back on campus and confront cultural readjustment
Discover ways to stay globally engaged
Become a member of our LinkedIn GEO Alumni Network
Network with other Study Abroad Alumni on campus!
First 50 to attend will receive a FREE T-Shirt!
This four-week program will allow students to fully immerse themselves in the beautiful city of Oviedo while studying the languages and literatures of Spain with Professor David Wacks from the University of Oregon’s Spanish Department. Students will enroll in two Spanish courses taught by Professor Wacks - Spanish 341 and 399. Oviedo is located in Spain’s northern green coast at the foot of the Aramo mountains in the region of Asturias. It has a reputation for being one of the safest and cleanest cities in Spain, full of pedestrian streets, sidewalk cafes, markets and cider houses.
August 3 - 31, 2019
Priority - February 15th, receive $100 off your program
Final - March 15th
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UO Students are invited to connect with student organizations at the Winter Activities Fair. over 100 organizations will be represented.
Free to attend, snacks provided.
This event is part of the Winter Warm Up event.
Find out more program details with the faculty leader, Peter Laufer!
The interview is intimate, immediate, and can be an entrée to the soul. It’s a critical tool for journalists and is integral to most story development. These courses are designed to improve and professionalize students’ journalistic skills, from the art of posing questions to the critical task of listening actively and creatively to answers. The program will be based at the GEO Center in Oviedo, Spain. The city has an urban design which promotes equity and inclusion in historic sites, public squares, car-free livable streets and a culture public gathering places, sidewalk cafes, markets and bars.
June 30 - July 27, 2019
Priority - February 15 (receive $100 off your program)
Final - March 15
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Featuring Mae Ngai, 2018-19 Wayne Morse Chair. Ngai is a professor of Asian American Studies and history at Columbia University.
Her research focuses on immigration, citizenship, and nationalism. Ngai is the author of Impossible Subjects: Illegal Aliens and the Making of Modern America (2004), which won six major book awards; and The Lucky Ones: One Family and the Extraordinary Invention of Chinese America (2010). Ngai has written on immigration history and policy for The Washington Post, New York Times, Los Angeles Times, The Nation, and the Boston Review. Before becoming a historian, she was a labor-union organizer and educator in New York City, working for District 65-UAW and the Consortium for Worker Education. Her upcoming book is Yellow and Gold: The Chinese Mining Diaspora, 1848-1908, a study of Chinese gold miners and racial politics in nineteenth-century California, the Australian colony of Victoria, and the South African Transvaal.
Featuring Jeff Stone, CEO of Oregon Association of Nurseries; Reyna Lopez, executive director, Pineros y Campesinos Unidos del Noroeste (PCUN); and Representative Diego Hernandez, House District 47. Commentary by 2018-19 Wayne Morse Chair Mae Ngai.