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February 8

Reflections on Black History Month from those who live it

Members of the UO's Black community share their experiences with race, community
Members of UO's chapter of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority
February 4

Alumni, UO work to foster Black sororities and fraternities

Creating a lively Black Greek community could help attract and retain students
Lia Epperson
February 4

Civil rights expert to speak at annual Derrick Bell Lecture

Lia Epperson is a professor at the American University Washington College of Law
Art exhibit
January 27

UO plans events to honor and celebrate Black History Month

February offerings range from networking opportunities to local and national guests
US Army men depicted attacking Natives during the Indian Wars
January 20

Historian Examines Native American Genocide, its Legacy, and Survivors

Jeffrey Ostler’s Surviving Genocide surveys three centuries of violence on the American frontier
Xavier "Princess" Warner and members of Black Unity PDX
January 20

Black Lives Matter Protests: Movement in Black and White

Student Mya Lansing's portraits shed light on this summer's Black Lives Matter protests
Glacier in Greenland
January 14

New grant will create an institute for racial and climate justice

The Mellon Foundation gives $4.5 million to create a transformative research platform
Geri Richmond in lab with grad student
January 12

Study finds obstacles for women and minorities in chemistry

UO-led paper finds advising, other problems threaten graduate recruitment and retention
Campus aerial view
January 11

Faculty and staff reminded of maintaining a respectful workplace

Human Resources issues annual notice of the university’s expectations
Student working on paper
January 11

UO and partners work to improve education for English learners

The goal is to change school policy to create more equitable learning environments

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