by Jenee Wilde • • Comments Off on Biologist Karen Guillemin named as a fellow in the AAAS
From Around the O — UO biologist Karen Guillemin has been elected as a fellow by the American Association for the Advancement of Science, joining 488 other newly elected members recognized for their distinguished efforts to advance science or its applications.
“It is a great honor to be recognized by AAAS, an organization that does […]
by Jenee Wilde • • Comments Off on CoDaC Week of Writing Returns During Winter Break
The Center on Diversity and Community Faculty Writing Circle program invites you to participate in a Winter Break Faculty Week of Writing, to take place December 16-22. Facutly will be writing on the five weekdays only, leaving the weekend for rest, holiday celebration and/or preparation, or anything else you desire.
This has been a year […]
by Jenee Wilde • • Comments Off on Apply now for Wayne Morse Center grants
Applications are now open for Wayne Morse Center Resident Scholar, Graduate Research Fellow, and Project Grant programs. The new theme for AY2021-23 is “Confronting the Carework Crisis.” Two Resident Scholar spots and three Graduate Research Fellowships are available for next year.
Each year the Wayne Morse Center for Law and Politics hosts two UO […]
by Jenee Wilde • • Comments Off on Le Guin Feminist Science Fiction Fellowship deadline Jan. 8
Applications for the Le Guin Feminist Science Fiction Fellowship are due January 8, 2021.
Sponsored by UO Libraries’ Special Collections and University Archives at the University of Oregon, the intention of the Le Guin Feminist Science Fiction Fellowship is to encourage research within collections in the area of feminist science fiction. The UO Libraries Special Collections […]
by Jenee Wilde • • Comments Off on 2020 Annual Review now available
by Jenée Wilde, CSWS Research Dissemination Specialist
2020 has been an unprecedented year at CSWS and the University of Oregon. Not only has the COVID-19 pandemic curbed affiliate research and Center’s normal programming and operations, the murder of George Floyd ignited a summer of international racial justice protest movements and backlash. As a report on our […]
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