Is Iran Burning? The Hijab Protests in Context
Wednesday, March 1, 2023
12:00 – 12:50pm
Richard Woodcock Education Center Room 101
Jonathan Katz is an emeritus professor of Middle East history at Oregon State University. He lived in Tehran during the run-up to the Islamic revolution.
Sponsored by WOU Department of History
LSAT Weekend Prep, May 14 & 15
Congress to Campus comes to WOU!
The Department of Politics, Policy, and Administration brought former U.S. House Representatives Nick Lampson (D-TX) and Rod Chandler (R-WA) to WOU to: educate about how the US Congress functions, promote bipartisanship, and discuss the value of public service.
Nov. 4th 2019
Honduras Resists: Contronting a US-fueled Human Rights Crisis
The WFP Solaidarity Collective 2019 Speaker Tour
Heidy Alachán is a writing, attorney and activist of the Broad Movement for Dignity and Justice (MADJ – Movimiento Amplio por la Dignidad y la Justicia). She is a member of the leagal team representing the family of internationally renouned indigenous and environmental rights activist, Berta Cáceres, in their struggle for justice for her assassination.
The War in Ukraine - Today: A Forum Discussion
Tues, November 15 2022 12:00-12:50, Richard Woodcock Education Center 101
This is an in-person event.
Join: Professor David Doellinger (History) & Professor Mary Pettenger (Political Science) for a discussion of the war in Ukraine from the perspective of history and international politics.
WOU Calendar: https//calendar.wou.edu/event/7857-the-war-in-ukraine-today-a-forum-discussion
March 8th at Noon, Columbia Room The War in the Ukraine: A Forum Discussion
Social Science Symposium Series
The War in the Ukraine: A Forum Discussion
Professor David Doellinger (History) & Professor Eliot Dickinson (Political Science)
Join us for a discussion of the War in the Ukraine from the perspective of history and international relations.
For more information, contact Dr. David Doellinger, 503-838-8254, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Oct. 19th 2021
Community Organizing Presentation: “To Question All Types of Authority”
To question all types of authority you have to be creative and brave. Continually moving forward is the goal- not finding a perfect solution to rest upon. There is no utopia – but there is a path foward one.
Starting Fall 2021
NEW Certificate in Social Justice and Service Learning (Bilingual)
This new interdisciplinary certificate builds on a core course in two departments: one course in Service Learning in the Spanish Department, and another core course in Service Learning applied to the Latino Community offered by the Sociology Department.
Thursday, February 9th 12:00pm Columbia Room, Werner University Center
Join us for a discussion with Charles Busch, founder of Fields of Peace, about his organization’s work. “Our Vision is a world in which conflicts are solved peacefully,” he says, “our Mission is to stop the killing of children in wars.” Friends of Fields of Peace take the following pledge, called “A Promise to Our Children”
Monday, April 18th 4-5PM, HWC 204
“ACTIVISM, LOBBYING, AND THE OREGON LEGISLATURE”
With Oregon Speaker of the House:
Brought to you by the Department of Politics, Policy & Administration’s Civic Engagement Project.
For more information, contact Dr. Mark Henkels, email@example.com
Tuesday, April 12th 12:00 - 12:50 Health & Wellness Center, Room 203
“Supporting A Healthy Human Service Workforce: Understanding Occupational Stress and Turnover within Child Welfare”
Join us for a presentation by Sociology/Social Work Faculty Candidate: Rebecca Phillips
Co-Sponsored by the SOC321 Labor Relations class and the Social Science Symposium Series
For more information, contact Dr. Mary Pettenger, 503-838-8301, firstname.lastname@example.org
Oct. 23rd 2019
Model U.N. Hosts Dr. Warren Binford: “Four Days in Clint”
To celebrate the United Nations’ birthday, the Model UN club hosted “Four
Days in Clint” on Wednesday October 23rd.
This featured Willamette Law professor Dr. Warren Binford, who described what she observed at the southern U.S. border.
How to Start a Nonprofit
Wednesday, March 8th
WUC Columbia Room
Featuring: Salam Noor, Ph.D
Tuesday, May 10th at Noon via Zoom
Social Science Symposium Series
NO OUTLIER: THE CUBAN ECONOMY IN THE LATIN AMERICA CONTEXT
Join us via Zoom for a presentation from RICARDO TORRES PÉREZ as he discusses the profound changes in the Cuban economy since the demise of the Soviet Union.
March 9th at Noon, Willamette Room
How to get a Hummingbird to Listen
Learn tips to craft persuasive and succinct messages to hummingbirds (a person such as an…..
The Social Science Symposium presents Greg Leo, an expert in the field of lobbying. Greg is the founder of The Leo Company LLC, a marketing, public relations, and government affairs firm that specializes in assisting local governments, Native American tribes, corporations, non-profit corporations, and individuals to turn their ideas into policy.
Feb. 17th at Noon, HWC 203
SOCIAL SCIENCE SYMPOSIUM SERIES
Charles Busch, founder of Fields of Peace, will give a talk on his organization’s work. “Our Vision is a world in which conflicts are solved peacefully,” he says, “our Mission is to stop the killing of children in wars.” Friends of Fields of Peace take the following pledge, called “A Promise to Our Children