Events

Jan 29
Graduate Student Writing Circles8:30 a.m.

Graduate Writing Circles help graduate students mark out time from their busy schedules for academic writing and, possibly, cross disciplinary collaboration. We provide a peer...
January 15–March 11
Lokey Education Building, 270

Graduate Writing Circles help graduate students mark out time from their busy schedules for academic writing and, possibly, cross disciplinary collaboration. We provide a peer support system for graduate students across all disciplines as they write for academic purposes and for publication.

Graduate writing circles aren't review groups. Instead, we use positive accountability to develop our own content, productive writing practices and to develop a supportive community of writers on campus.

Learn to set and meet your writing goals, while building relationships with colleagues from other disciplines. 

Come write with us!

For more information contact:

Douglas Imaralu

CoDaC GE

codacge@uoregon.edu

Jan 29
Task-Based Language Learning in Siena and Lyon: Info Session4:00 p.m.

Spend 4 weeks this summer developing strategies for learning French and Italian while making connections between different cultures and their unique features. The first part of...
January 29 4:00 p.m.–5:00 p.m.
Gerlinger Hall, 301

Spend 4 weeks this summer developing strategies for learning French and Italian while making connections between different cultures and their unique features. The first part of your hands-on learning experience will take place in the medieval city of Siena, Italy, and then we will cross the Alps to reach the French city of Lyon where you will have a taste of France.

 

Program Dates:

Summer - June 21 - July 17, 2020

Application Deadlines:

Priority - February 15 (receive $100 program discount)

Final - March 15

Find out more or APPLY TODAY!

https://geo.uoregon.edu/programs/multicountry/task-based-language-learning-in-siena-and-lyon

Feb 9
Family Rec Day 20201:00 p.m.

Youth and Family Programs welcomes you to PE and Rec's Family Rec Day 2020 sponsored by UO Human Resources, the Graduate School, and the Dean of Students Office. The...
February 9 1:00 p.m.–4:00 p.m.
Student Recreation Center (SRC)

Youth and Family Programs welcomes you to PE and Rec's Family Rec Day 2020 sponsored by UO Human Resources, the Graduate School, and the Dean of Students Office. The event allows families free access to the Student Recreation Center to participate in games, obstacle courses, swimming, and rock climbing. This is also the first opportunity to register your campers for Duck Trails Spring Break Camp!

Take this opportunity to get active during the rainy winter months! You and your family will be burning a lot of energy so be sure to eat before you arrive and bring a water bottle since we have plenty of filling stations. Don't forget parking is free on Sundays in the metered spaces on University Street. See you there!

Feb 13
Ideologies of Convenience: Cynicism & Irony12:00 a.m.

The Graduate Conference "Ideologies of Convenience: Cynicism and Irony" explores the complexities of cynical and ironic thinking and their productions. Because of both...
February 13–14
Knight Library, Dream Lab

The Graduate Conference "Ideologies of Convenience: Cynicism and Irony" explores the complexities of cynical and ironic thinking and their productions. Because of both cynicism and irony's manifold prevalence, our conference is open to many different fields of interest, from the study of literature and philosophy, to questions of societal behavior, environmental agency, popular culture, journalism, politics, and media.

Feb 21
Romance Languages Seminar: Harinder Khalsa12:00 a.m.

An ePortfolio Experiment: Implementation of Metacognitive Strategies in First Year Intensive Italian Courses and Beyond 
February 21 12:00 a.m.–12:00 a.m.
Erb Memorial Union (EMU), 023 Lease Crutcher Lewis

An ePortfolio Experiment: Implementation of Metacognitive Strategies in First Year Intensive Italian Courses and Beyond