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Black Mental Health Matters

The Wayne Morse Center for Law and Politics is hosting a webinar about Black Mental Health as part of their public affairs speaker series.

Tuesday, July 28, at 4:00 p.m.

Featuring Martin Summers, Department of History, Boston College; and Larissa Miller, PhD, Clinical Psychologist and Resident in Primary Care, Strong Integrated Behavioral Health, Eugene, OR.

To register and for more information, click here.

July is BIPOC Mental Health Awareness Month. At a moment of urgent racial reckoning, this program will explore the significance of Black mental health and ask what role it plays in the


Political Science Professor Dan Tichenor Earns Williams Fellowship

Professor of Political Science Dan Tichenor’s exceptional work in teaching, mentoring, and classroom innovating earned him one of the UO’s top undergraduate teaching awards this year.

The Williams Fellowship is awarded each year to educators who “have demonstrated an extraordinary commitment to undergraduate education by challenging their students academically, creating an engaged and inclusive learning environment, investing in their own professional development, striving to improve the learning process through innovation and fostering collaboration.”

To learn more about


2020 Undergraduate Research Symposium

Interested in sharing your research or creative work? Consider participating in the 2020 Undergraduate Research Symposium – a research and presentation opportunity available to UO students.

2020 Undergraduate Research Symposium – Thursday, May 21 – EMU

The Undergraduate Symposium is the UO’s annual celebration of undergraduate research and creative scholarship. Students from every academic discipline can submit to present their research or creative work to members of UO’s community of scholars.

Abstracts for student presentations at the 2020 event are due by 11:59 pm on April ...

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