February 2018

Feb 23
Relaxation Yoga (for Students only)11:00 a.m.

Join us for a 45 minutes session of relaxation yoga in our space. We have the mats, all you need is yourself!
January 12–March 16
Erb Memorial Union (EMU), Duck Nest, Room 041

Join us for a 45 minutes session of relaxation yoga in our space. We have the mats, all you need is yourself!

Feb 23
Relaxation Yoga (for Faculty and Staff only)noon

Join us for a 45 minute session of relaxation yoga in our space. We have the mats, all you need is yourself!
January 12–March 16
Erb Memorial Union (EMU), Duck Nest, Room 041

Join us for a 45 minute session of relaxation yoga in our space. We have the mats, all you need is yourself!

Feb 23
Career Center Drop-in Advising2:00 p.m.

Drop by the Career Center for a 15-minute chat with an Advisor! * The Career Center's drop-in hours may be sporadically affected or unavailable due to unexpected...
January 8–March 9
Hendricks Hall, 220

Drop by the Career Center for a 15-minute chat with an Advisor!

* The Career Center's drop-in hours may be sporadically affected or unavailable due to unexpected advisor illness or absence. In such case, we will arrange for your meeting with a career advisor at our earliest availability.

Feb 23
Intramural Sports Swim Meet3:30 p.m.

Join us for our FREE Swim Meet on February 23rd in the SRC Downtown Aquatics Center. Register on-site from 3:30-4:00pm with your Duck ID. Meet starts at 4:00pm. Questions? Contact...
February 23 3:30 p.m.–6:00 p.m.
SRC Downtown Aquatics Center

Join us for our FREE Swim Meet on February 23rd in the SRC Downtown Aquatics Center. Register on-site from 3:30-4:00pm with your Duck ID. Meet starts at 4:00pm. Questions? Contact Sean Graninger seangran@uoregon.edu

Feb 23
Fishbowl Fridays4:00 p.m.

Come to Fishbowl Fridays. Meet new people, play board games with friends, get a free Starbucks Coffee, win raffle prizes, have fun doing activities and more. New games and...
January 12–March 16
Erb Memorial Union (EMU), Fishbowl

Come to Fishbowl Fridays. Meet new people, play board games with friends, get a free Starbucks Coffee, win raffle prizes, have fun doing activities and more.

New games and activities each week.

Free for anyone! 

Feb 23
EMU Women's Basketball WATCH PARTY4:45 p.m.

EMU Women's Basketball WATCH PARTY!! Come cheer on your Duck basketball team against Arizona State at 4:45pm with the Pit Crew in the EMU “O”...
February 23 4:45 p.m.
Erb Memorial Union (EMU), O Lounge

EMU Women's Basketball WATCH PARTY!!

Come cheer on your Duck basketball team against Arizona State at 4:45pm with the Pit Crew in the EMU “O” Lounge! (Game begins at 5:00pm.) Pregame and halftime commentary provided by UO’s KWVA announcers. There will be food, prizes, trivia, a photo booth, and much more!

Feb 23
UO Men's Lacrosse vs Boise State University 7:00 p.m.

Come cheer on the Ducks as they take on BSU.  Go Ducks!
February 23 7:00 p.m.
Student Recreation Center (SRC), Turf Field #2

Come cheer on the Ducks as they take on BSU.  Go Ducks!

Feb 23
Mat Kearney8:00 p.m.

|ON SALE AT THE UO TICKET OFFICE IN THE EMU| Mat Kearney is an American musician born in Eugene, Oregon, now based in Nashville, Tennessee....
February 23 8:00 p.m.
McDonald Theater

|ON SALE AT THE UO TICKET OFFICE IN THE EMU|

Mat Kearney is an American musician born in Eugene, Oregon, now based in Nashville, Tennessee. Kearney has received critical acclaim and widespread recognition for his Columbia Records debut, Nothing Left to Lose. So far, he has a total of 5 top 20 hits on the Adult Top 40 Chart.

Feb 23
YOB9:00 p.m.

|ON SALE AT THE UO TICKET OFFICE IN THE EMU|
February 23 9:00 p.m.
WOW Hall

|ON SALE AT THE UO TICKET OFFICE IN THE EMU|

Feb 24
Intramural Sports 5x5 Indoor Soccer Tournament10:30 a.m.

Join us for our 5x5 Indoor Soccer tournament on February 24th & 25th in SRC Oldtown Courts. $35 per team. Register your team on IMLeagues and pay at the SRC Service Center...
February 24 10:30 a.m.–9:30 p.m.
Student Recreation Center (SRC), Oldtown Courts

Join us for our 5x5 Indoor Soccer tournament on February 24th & 25th in SRC Oldtown Courts. $35 per team. Register your team on IMLeagues and pay at the SRC Service Center Desk by February 20, noon. Questions? Contact Sean Graninger seangran@uoregon.edu

Feb 24
Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA)noon

The Volunteer Income Tax Assistance program (VITA) is free tax return preparation offered every Saturday from February 3 to April 14. University of Oregon accounting and law...
February 24 noon–4:00 p.m.
Lillis Business Complex, Room 155 (Braddock Tutoring Center)

The Volunteer Income Tax Assistance program (VITA) is free tax return preparation offered every Saturday from February 3 to April 14. University of Oregon accounting and law students will offer their trained expertise to prepare tax returns for students and members of the community at no cost. No appointment is necessary; clients are served on a first-come, first-served basis. Our VITA site is a basic volunteer site, meaning we can only perform basic tax returns. We cannot provide service for those filling an international return. If you are wondering whether or not we can provide service to you, please email Brett Christian at uobap.externalaffairs@gmail.com. Visit uobap.com/vita for more information. (VITA will not operate on the following Saturdays: March 17, 24, and 31.)

Feb 24
Comedy Featuring Joe Mande6:30 p.m.

  Join us on Feb. 24 for a comedy event featuring Joe Mande. Joe Mande is an experienced comic and writer. He is best known for his work on Parks and...
February 24 6:30 p.m.–8:00 p.m.
Erb Memorial Union (EMU), Ballroom

 

Join us on Feb. 24 for a comedy event featuring Joe Mande. Joe Mande is an experienced comic and writer. He is best known for his work on Parks and Recreation, Modern Family and The Good Place. He is also known for his guest appearances on Late Night with Seth Meyers and Conan. 

Doors for the event will open at 6 pm. 

Opening for Joe Mande will be Absolute Improv at 6:30 pm, followed by Joe Mande at from 7 pm. 

FREE PIZZA AND POPCORN PROVIDED!

Feb 24
Zapp Dance: Lost and Found7:30 p.m.

Join the ZAPP Company dancers for a night of high energy choreography, props and special effects as they hit the stage and amaze you in a collections of stories told through...
February 24 7:30 p.m.
Hult Center for the Performing Arts

Join the ZAPP Company dancers for a night of high energy choreography, props and special effects as they hit the stage and amaze you in a collections of stories told through dance. Items are lost, but are soon found in a way that will leave you reminiscing in the past and feeling like a kid again.

Feb 24
Young Doubliners8:00 p.m.

|ON SALE AT THE UO TICKET OFFICE IN THE EMU|   The hardest working band in Celtic Rock are back at it! A year after releasing their latest album, NINE,...
February 24 8:00 p.m.
Elsinore Theater - Salem

|ON SALE AT THE UO TICKET OFFICE IN THE EMU|

 

The hardest working band in Celtic Rock are back at it! A year after releasing their latest album, NINE, they are still out promoting the old fashioned way. That means hitting the road and playing every show like it's the last.

As usual with St Patricks day looming, they find themselves in high demand around the US, playing dates from Alaska to Oklahoma. "We are very appreciative of how Americans make a big deal of St Patricks' Day. Makes for a lot of raucous shows this time of year" says lead singer Keith Roberts.

In recent years they have twice appeared on ABC's Jimmy Kimmel Live!, had songs featured in TV shows (Sons Of Anarchy, Human Target) and toured extensively as a headliner and as the opener for such a diverse list of artists as Collective Soul, Jethro Tull, Johnny Lang and many more.

Feb 24
Candy Apple Bleu9:00 p.m.

|ON SALE AT THE UO TICKET OFFICE IN THE EMU| 21+
February 24 9:00 p.m.
Hi-Fi Music Hall

|ON SALE AT THE UO TICKET OFFICE IN THE EMU|

21+

Feb 25
Snowboarding/Skiing at Bachelor!6:00 a.m.

Come have fun skiing and boarding on the slopes of Mt. Bachelor with Jonathan and Violet! It might seem like Spring, but wait!!! There is snow on the way! (insert snow emoji)...
February 25 6:00 a.m.–7:00 p.m.
Outdoor Program Barn

Come have fun skiing and boarding on the slopes of Mt. Bachelor with Jonathan and Violet! It might seem like Spring, but wait!!! There is snow on the way! (insert snow emoji) #prayforsnow

Cost: $98 for lift ticket, $12 for gas

Mandatory pre-trip meeting: 2/21/18

Feb 25
Quartz Timber Sale Hike with Cascadia Wildlands9:00 a.m.

Join Hannah and Cascadia Wildlands for a hike Sunday to learn about a current timber sale and its impacts.   Description from Cascadia Wildlands: The Quartz Timber...
February 25 9:00 a.m.–4:00 p.m.
Outdoor Program Barn

Join Hannah and Cascadia Wildlands for a hike Sunday to learn about a current timber sale and its impacts.  

Description from Cascadia Wildlands:

The Quartz Timber sale is an 847-acre logging project set to take place in the Umpqua National Forest. The timber sale proposes to commercially log and burn this older forest in the Cottage Grove Ranger District. We believe that insufficient consideration was given to the presence of imperiled spotted owls and red tree voles, both species dependent on older forests to survive, and that this sale is therefore an irresponsible and ill-concieved project.  Join hike leader Reed Wilson of NEST (Northwest Ecosystem Survey Team) on a day of exploration in this incredible place and see for yourself why we think its worth saving! 

Cost: ~5-10 for gas

Mandatory Pre-trip meeting: Thursday 2/22, 6pm OP EMU 

 

Feb 25
Mozart Grand Mass in C Minor2:30 p.m.

|ON SALE AT THE UO TICKET OFFICE IN THE EMU| One of the greatest masterworks of all time, the Grand Mass in C Minor, like Mozart’s Requiem Mass, was never...
February 25 2:30 p.m.
Hult Center for the Performing Arts

|ON SALE AT THE UO TICKET OFFICE IN THE EMU|

One of the greatest masterworks of all time, the Grand Mass in C Minor, like Mozart’s Requiem Mass, was never completed. Mozart began writing the Grand Mass in 1782 as a wedding present for his bride Constanze. Portions of the Mass were performed the following summer in the Peterskirche, with Constanze as the soprano soloist. Haunting and transcendent, the soprano solo passages have been a staple of the finest soprano soloists in the world, and the full work, though missing some sections of the traditional Latin Mass, is a major undertaking for choirs and orchestras. Even as a “torso,” the music stands on its own. As a concert performance, it is not necessary to adhere to the liturgical setting, and the Grand Mass can be appreciated in the same way as the Venus de Milo. The work requires an accomplished professional solo quartet. To take full advantage of the gifts of our professional soloists, we will fill out the program with arias of their specialty, and also have them lead a voice master class as part of our education outreach – activities which we have found to be particularly successful in past concerts.

Feb 25
The Dustbowl Revival8:00 p.m.

The Dustbowl Revival is an Americana Soul band with eight full-time members who mash the sounds of New Orleans funk, bluegrass, soul, pre-war blues, and roots...
February 25 8:00 p.m.
Hult Center for the Performing Arts

The Dustbowl Revival is an Americana Soul band with eight full-time members who mash the sounds of New Orleans funk, bluegrass, soul, pre-war blues, and roots music, into a genre-hopping, time-bending dance party that coaxes new fire out of familiar coal. Dustbowl is touring behind their self-titled, fourth studio album which spent three weeks on Billboard charts, hit #1 on Amazon Americana-Alt-Country, #2 on Amazon Folk, and has spent 13 weeks on the Americana radio chart peaking in the Top 20.

The band was founded in 2008 in the bohemian enclave of Venice Beach, California. Over the last five years Dustbowl has become known for their free-flowing and joyous live shows, combining their funk rhythm and brass section with a fast-picking string band section - opening for bands as diverse as Lake Street Dive, Trombone Shorty and The Preservation Hall Jazz Band, touring China as a guest of the state department and headlining festivals like Delfest, Floydfest, Hardly Strictly Bluegrass, and recently Bergenfest (Norway) and Tonder Festival (Denmark). The band received a big wave of attention with their music video that featured famous actor Dick Van Dyke for "Never Had to Go", which garnered over 10 million cumulative views. That video is now airing in an HBO Doc titled "If You're Not in the Obit, Eat Breakfast" starring Jerry Seinfeld, Mel Brooks, and Dick Van Dyke. 

While the band has been known for their old-time and bluegrass roots, they have departed from those styles and evolved more into modern soul music. Now, with Producer Grammy Award-winning Ted Hutt (Old Crow Medicine Show, Gaslight Anthem, Dropkick Murphys) who collaborated on the recent album, Dustbowl Revival brings it on, in the good company of neo-Soul contemporaries such as Nathaniel Rateliff & The Night Sweats and St. Paul & The Broken Bones. The album delivers eleven hot tracks, dominated by love-triangle funk & soul, tenderized with a nod to the unlikely possibility of true love – i.e. "Honey I Love You", with Grammy Award-winning blues artist Keb’ Mo’ sitting in. 

Feb 26
PRACTICE INTERVIEW: REI - Resume Deadline (2/26)12:00 a.m.

Get Practice Interview Experience with Guest Employer: REI - Adam Coble, Retail Sales Manager/Eugene REI Store Manager The UO Career Center's Practice Interview Program is...
February 26 12:00 a.m.–11:59 p.m.
Hendricks Hall, Career Center - 220 Hendricks Hall

Get Practice Interview Experience with Guest Employer:
REI - Adam Coble, Retail Sales Manager/Eugene REI Store Manager

The UO Career Center's Practice Interview Program is a safe place to practice interview skills, gain confidence and receive interview feedback from an experienced hiring professional. Guest employers volunteer their time to interview students and provide them with immediate feedback on their interviewing skills. Interviews are 30 minutes in length: 20 minutes for the interview and 10 minutes for immediate feedback from the interviewer.

Why Sign-up For A Practice Interview?
• Knowing what to expect and how to prepare will lead to successful future interviews. Success begins with preparation.
• You will receive immediate verbal and written interview feedback from our guest employer and provided a Practice Interview evaluation form to take with you.
• Practice makes better! Get a jump start on your job search, boost your interview skills and increase your chances for a successful interview the next time you're in front of an employer.

The goal of a successful interview is to be the candidate of choice. How do you accomplish this during an interview?
• Distinguish yourself from other candidates
• Communicate "evidence" of your ability to do the job
• Strategically highlight experiences, skills, and knowledge related to the job

The Practice Interview Program is part of the On-Campus Recruiting (OCR) Program. Not showing up for a scheduled practice interview is unprofessional and guarantees disqualification from Duck Connect privileges. View OCR Policies here for more information (http://career.uoregon.edu/about/programs/campus-recruiting/policies).

ABOUT REI
REI is a national outdoor retail co-op dedicated to inspiring, educating and outfitting its members and the community for a lifetime of outdoor adventure and stewardship. Founded in 1938 by a group of Pacific Northwest mountaineers seeking quality equipment, REI is committed to promoting environmental stewardship and increasing access to outdoor recreation through volunteerism, gear donations and financial contributions. More info: http://www.rei.com/

HOW TO APPLY: you MUST have a resume uploaded to Duck Connect [https://career.uoregon.edu/DuckConnect] before you can sign-up for any on-campus interviews:

1. In Duck Connect select: "On-Campus Interviews" and select "APPLY for On-Campus Interviews I Qualify For." (If you're not seeing opportunities you expect to see, select "VIEW all On-Campus Interviews")
2. Search for the position and organization you're applying to and review position description, qualifications and important deadlines.
3. Click "Request Interview" button to submit your resume.
4. Confirm your interview requests and interview confirmations in Duck Connect>My Account>View My Activity.

 

For more information contact:

Tina Haynes, On-Campus Recruiting Coordinator
UO Career Center
541-346-6006
thaynes@uoregon.edu

Feb 26
SWAT Workshop for CSPY 217: Foundations for Student Health and Wellbeing8:30 a.m.

The Sexual Wellness Advocacy Team (SWAT) is a group of students on campus who utilize theater and other interactive activities to start conversations about consent, healthy...
February 26 8:30 a.m.–9:50 a.m.
Allen Hall

The Sexual Wellness Advocacy Team (SWAT) is a group of students on campus who utilize theater and other interactive activities to start conversations about consent, healthy relationships, and sexual violence.

 

Our presentations include the following topics and are very interactive:

- What it means to be sex-positive and survivor-centered

- The definition of consent, according to S.W.A.T., the UO, and Oregon state law

- Demonstrations of healthy communication

- Listening to a story of sexual violence

- Interacting with and intervening in survivor-blaming speech

- Supporting friends

- Mandatory reporting

- Resources available to survivors on campus

- How intoxication can affect communication and consent

- Interactive bystander intervention skills practice

 

***Please note this is a closed workshop***

 

Feb 26
PRACTICE INTERVIEW: REI (2/28)9:00 a.m.

Get Practice Interview Experience with Guest Employer: REI - Adam Coble, Retail Sales Manager/Eugene REI Store Manager The UO Career Center's Practice Interview Program is...
February 26 9:00 a.m.–2:00 p.m.
Hendricks Hall, Career Center - 220 Hendricks Hall

Get Practice Interview Experience with Guest Employer:
REI - Adam Coble, Retail Sales Manager/Eugene REI Store Manager

The UO Career Center's Practice Interview Program is a safe place to practice interview skills, gain confidence and receive interview feedback from an experienced hiring professional. Guest employers volunteer their time to interview students and provide them with immediate feedback on their interviewing skills. Interviews are 30 minutes in length: 20 minutes for the interview and 10 minutes for immediate feedback from the interviewer.

Why Sign-up For A Practice Interview?
• Knowing what to expect and how to prepare will lead to successful future interviews. Success begins with preparation.
• You will receive immediate verbal and written interview feedback from our guest employer and provided a Practice Interview evaluation form to take with you.
• Practice makes better! Get a jump start on your job search, boost your interview skills and increase your chances for a successful interview the next time you're in front of an employer.

The goal of a successful interview is to be the candidate of choice. How do you accomplish this during an interview?
• Distinguish yourself from other candidates
• Communicate "evidence" of your ability to do the job
• Strategically highlight experiences, skills, and knowledge related to the job

The Practice Interview Program is part of the On-Campus Recruiting (OCR) Program. Not showing up for a scheduled practice interview is unprofessional and guarantees disqualification from Duck Connect privileges. View OCR Policies here for more information (http://career.uoregon.edu/about/programs/campus-recruiting/policies).

ABOUT REI
REI is a national outdoor retail co-op dedicated to inspiring, educating and outfitting its members and the community for a lifetime of outdoor adventure and stewardship. Founded in 1938 by a group of Pacific Northwest mountaineers seeking quality equipment, REI is committed to promoting environmental stewardship and increasing access to outdoor recreation through volunteerism, gear donations and financial contributions. More info: http://www.rei.com/

HOW TO APPLY: you MUST have a resume uploaded to Duck Connect [https://career.uoregon.edu/DuckConnect] before you can sign-up for any on-campus interviews:

1. In Duck Connect select: "On-Campus Interviews" and select "APPLY for On-Campus Interviews I Qualify For." (If you're not seeing opportunities you expect to see, select "VIEW all On-Campus Interviews")
2. Search for the position and organization you're applying to and review position description, qualifications and important deadlines.
3. Click "Request Interview" button to submit your resume.
4. Confirm your interview requests and interview confirmations in Duck Connect>My Account>View My Activity.

For more information contact:

Tina Haynes, On-Campus Recruiting Coordinator
UO Career Center
541-346-6006
thaynes@uoregon.edu

Feb 26
Imposter Syndrome2:00 p.m.

Have you ever felt like you’re not “smart enough” for college or for a particular position on campus? Imposter syndrome is a common feeling among college...
February 26 2:00 p.m.–2:50 p.m.
Erb Memorial Union (EMU), Duck Nest (041)

Have you ever felt like you’re not “smart enough” for college or for a particular position on campus? Imposter syndrome is a common feeling among college students. In this workshop, students will learn about how imposter syndrome works, strategies for increasing confidence, and ways to reduce self-doubt.

Feb 26
Ask A Mechanic: Maintenance Night5:30 p.m.

A weekly, drop-in class designed to offer you individualized, hands-on instruction in bike maintenance. Do you want to learn how to change a flat, adjust your brakes, or true your...
January 22–February 26
Erb Memorial Union (EMU), Bike Program EMU 008

A weekly, drop-in class designed to offer you individualized, hands-on instruction in bike maintenance. Do you want to learn how to change a flat, adjust your brakes, or true your wheels? Sign-up and get ready to learn!

Every Monday 1/22- 2/26. Sign-up in the Bike Program in the EMU. $10/session.

Feb 26
Startup Nation Sustainability and Entrepreneurship Symposium6:30 p.m.

Save the date! Please join us for TAMID Group's inaugural Start-Up Nation: Sustainability and Entrepreneurship Symposium on Monday, February 26 at 6:30 p.m. in the UO Ford...
February 26 6:30 p.m.–8:30 p.m.
Ford Alumni Center, Ballroom

Save the date!

Please join us for TAMID Group's inaugural Start-Up Nation: Sustainability and Entrepreneurship Symposium on Monday, February 26 at 6:30 p.m. in the UO Ford Alumni Center.

Lecture by Seth M. Siegel, Discussion led by Dean Sarah Nutter, and Q+A followed by Book Signing
Come get inspired, learn about the Start-Up Nation, and hear how Israel transformed itself from a parched land into a water superpower and how its model can help the U.S. and other countries prevent future water crises.

The main purpose of the event is to educate and enrich students at the University of Oregon and statewide communities on the topic of Israel as a leading start-up nation. The event will provide a platform to demonstrate how innovation can be applied back to our own communities and urge students to be the catalysts of their generation through inspiring further student interdisciplinary interests in the fields of international business, innovation, sustainability, and entrepreneurship. Additionally, this symposium will showcase the value of having an organization, such as TAMID, on campus to serves as an outlet for undergraduates to seek professional, entrepreneurial, and hands-on learning through an international lens.

Seth M. Siegel
Seth M. Siegel is the author of The New York Times bestseller Let There Be Water: Israel's Solution for a Water-Starved World. Siegel is a lawyer, activist, writer, and successful serial entrepreneur. His essays on water and other policy issues have appeared in The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, the Los Angeles Times, and in leading publications in Europe and Asia. Siegel is member of the Council on Foreign Relations.

View Siegel's most recent TEDx Talk.

The event will be available via live-stream the day of the event on our chapter's Facebook page.

Please RSVP and register to guarantee seating. Donations of any amount to support our student-led event are deeply appreciated and can be made through the registration link.

Questions or interested in sponsorship? Contact us.

Parking
First come, first served paid parking will be available in the Columbia Garage at the following rates Monday through Friday:


6:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.: $2.00 per hour
After 6:00 p.m.: $1.00 per hour
Daily maximum: $12.00
 

Event Timeline


6:00-6:20 p.m. - Pre-Event Networking, Snacks and Registration in the Ford Alumni Center lobby/foyer
6:30-6:40 p.m. - Event introduction by Edward Maletis Dean Sarah E. Nutter

6:40-6:45 p.m. - Introduction of Seth M. Siegel by Israeli Consulate General Ravit Baer
6:45-7:30 p.m. - Lecture by Seth M. Siegel
7:30-8:00 p.m. - Discussion led by Dean Nutter

8:00-8:30 p.m. - Interactive audience question and answer session
8:30-9:00 p.m. - Post-event networking, book signing, and distribution of attendee gifts (engraved Fifty/Fifty water bottles and customized Gap t-shirts)


 


Feb 26
Dance Like You Love Yourself 8:00 p.m.

Let the music move your body in a way that is energizing and positive. A documentary will be shown following this class. 
February 26 8:00 p.m.–8:30 p.m.
Student Recreation Center (SRC), 283

Let the music move your body in a way that is energizing and positive. A documentary will be shown following this class. 

Feb 26
Redefining Body Image Movie & Movement 8:30 p.m.

Ninety percent of women and young girls say they do not feel represented in the fashion industry or in media, and that the imagery they consume on a daily basis makes them feel...
February 26 8:30 p.m.–10:00 p.m.
Student Recreation Center (SRC), 283

Ninety percent of women and young girls say they do not feel represented in the fashion industry or in media, and that the imagery they consume on a daily basis makes them feel "disgusting" and "less than". The exciting new documentary Straight/Curve examines the industries and obstacles responsible for this body image crisis and showcases the dynamic leaders fighting for more diversity of size, race and age. At a time when our brain processes images 60,000 times faster than words Straight/Curve sets out to change the imagery we are seeing and to bolster a movement that is redefining society's unrealistic and dangerous standards of beauty to impact society at large. Watch Straight/Curve in the comfort of the REC studio. Yoga cushions and foam rollers will be available for use.

Feb 27
PRACTICE INTERVIEW: Ninkasi Brewing Company - Resume Deadline (2/27)12:00 a.m.

Get Practice Interview Experience with Guest Employer: Ninkasi Brewing Company - Ms. Amanda Burchard, People Operations Specialist The UO Career Center's Practice...
February 27 12:00 a.m.–11:59 p.m.
Hendricks Hall, Career Center - 220 Hendricks Hall

Get Practice Interview Experience with Guest Employer:
Ninkasi Brewing Company - Ms. Amanda Burchard, People Operations Specialist

The UO Career Center's Practice Interview Program is a safe place to practice interview skills, gain confidence and receive interview feedback from an experienced hiring professional. Guest employers volunteer their time to interview students and provide them with immediate feedback on their interviewing skills. Interviews are 30 minutes in length: 20 minutes for the interview and 10 minutes for immediate feedback from the interviewer.

Why Sign-up For A Practice Interview?
• Knowing what to expect and how to prepare will lead to successful future interviews. Success begins with preparation.
• You will receive immediate verbal and written interview feedback from our guest employer and provided a Practice Interview evaluation form to take with you.
• Practice makes better! Get a jump start on your job search, boost your interview skills and increase your chances for a successful interview the next time you're in front of an employer.

The goal of a successful interview is to be the candidate of choice. How do you accomplish this during an interview?
• Distinguish yourself from other candidates
• Communicate "evidence" of your ability to do the job
• Strategically highlight experiences, skills, and knowledge related to the job

The Practice Interview Program is part of the On-Campus Recruiting (OCR) Program. Not showing up for a scheduled practice interview is unprofessional and guarantees disqualification from Duck Connect privileges. View OCR Policies here for more information (http://career.uoregon.edu/about/programs/campus-recruiting/policies).

ABOUT NINKASI BREWING COMPANY
Founded in 2006 by Nikos Ridge and Jamie Floyd (UO alum), Ninkasi Brewing Company is a culture of individuals operating under a single core purpose – to Perpetuate Better Living. Located in Eugene, OR Ninkasi was named one of the “100 Best Companies to Work for in Oregon” in 2013 by Oregon Business Magazine. Ninkasi prides itself on exemplary, self-motivated employees that are driven by a passion for creativity, integrity, and of course, delicious craft beer. Employee benefits include medical and dental coverage, 401(k) plan, profit sharing, company paid smart phone, and company credit for purchase of Ninkasi products. Ninkasi also strives to be a vital part of the communities it serves and has worked with more than 600 organizations through its Beer Is Love program offering beer, product and cash donations. More information: www.NinkasiBrewing.com.

HOW TO APPLY: you MUST have a resume uploaded to Duck Connect [https://career.uoregon.edu/DuckConnect] before you can sign-up for any on-campus interviews:

1. In Duck Connect select: "On-Campus Interviews" and select "APPLY for On-Campus Interviews I Qualify For." (If you're not seeing opportunities you expect to see, select "VIEW all On-Campus Interviews")
2. Search for the position and organization you're applying to and review position description, qualifications and important deadlines.
3. Click "Request Interview" button to submit your resume.
4. Confirm your interview requests and interview confirmations in Duck Connect>My Account>View My Activity.

For more information contact:

Tina Haynes, On-Campus Recruiting Coordinator
UO Career Center
541-346-6006
thaynes@uoregon.edu

Feb 27
Fund For Public Interest Information Session10:00 a.m.

The Fund for the Public Interest is a national non-profit organization that works to build support for progressive organizations across the country. They are seeking hard-working...
February 27 10:00 a.m.–7:00 p.m.
Chiles, 128

The Fund for the Public Interest is a national non-profit organization that works to build support for progressive organizations across the country. They are seeking hard-working individuals with good communication skills and a passion for social change to fill their field manager positions across the country. These are full-time summer positions at $400 - $600 per week.  Information sessions are on 2/26 and 2/27 at 10am, 2pm, 4pm, and 6pm.  Individual interviews will be offered after each information session.  Students may apply or sign up for an information session by calling 1-800-75-EARTH.  If you have not signed up, you are still welcome to attend. 

Learn more at www.summerjobsthatmatter.org.

Contact info: Megan Kemp, Assistant Summer Staffing Director, (303) 573-5858, or megan.kemp@publicinterestnetwork.org

Feb 27
All Sizes Fit Art Galanoon

Art show with student submissions for the All Sizes Fit theme. Come view and support student art, celebrate our bodies, and enjoy snacks!
February 27 noon–6:00 p.m.
Erb Memorial Union (EMU), Crater Lake Room North (146)

Art show with student submissions for the All Sizes Fit theme. Come view and support student art, celebrate our bodies, and enjoy snacks!

Feb 27
Career Center Drop-in Advising1:00 p.m.

Drop by the Career Center for a 15-minute chat with an Advisor! * The Career Center's drop-in hours may be sporadically affected or unavailable due to unexpected...
January 9–March 6
Hendricks Hall, 220

Drop by the Career Center for a 15-minute chat with an Advisor!

* The Career Center's drop-in hours may be sporadically affected or unavailable due to unexpected advisor illness or absence. In such case, we will arrange for your meeting with a career advisor at our earliest availability.

Feb 27
OM1:00 p.m.

Take a moment to connect with yourself during this communal meditation circle | Hosted by Arian Mobasser of Oregon Mindfulness (OM)
October 25 2017–March 13 2018
Erb Memorial Union (EMU), Duck Nest, Room 041

Take a moment to connect with yourself during this communal meditation circle | Hosted by Arian Mobasser of Oregon Mindfulness (OM)

Feb 27
Career Center Drop-in Advising for International Students2:00 p.m.

Drop by the Career Center for a 15-minute chat with an International Student Peer Advisor! * The Career Center's drop-in hours may be sporadically affected or...
February 6–March 14
Hendricks Hall, Room 220 - Career Center

Drop by the Career Center for a 15-minute chat with an International Student Peer Advisor!

* The Career Center's drop-in hours may be sporadically affected or unavailable due to unexpected advisor illness or absence. In such case, we will arrange for your meeting with a career advisor at our earliest availability.

Feb 27
Yoga for All Bodies 3:00 p.m.

Flow with your mind, body and breathe while being inspired by the natural environment of practicing in our All Sizes Fit Art Gala. These short sessions will be focused on body...
February 27 3:00 p.m.–3:30 p.m.
Erb Memorial Union (EMU), Crater Lake Room South

Flow with your mind, body and breathe while being inspired by the natural environment of practicing in our All Sizes Fit Art Gala. These short sessions will be focused on body positivity and empowering or our bodies.

Feb 27
AEC's Mind-Wellness Meditation Group: Effortless Meditation Techniques for Improved Stress Resiliency4:00 p.m.

In recent years, the positive effects of meditation have garnered increasing validation from the scientific community. Research has shown that the practice of mindfulness...
January 16–March 6

In recent years, the positive effects of meditation have garnered increasing validation from the scientific community. Research has shown that the practice of mindfulness meditation has the potential to improve focus, attention and working memory, as well as enhance contentment, while decreasing anxiety and fear. Studies show that just a few minutes of practice a day can create dramatically increased activation in the parts of the brain associated with happiness and well being.
In this group, you will learn a variety of mindfulness meditation techniques, and their impact on respective areas of the brain. Special attention will be paid to the topics of test anxiety, stress management, and increasing concentration. Learn about the benefits of Mindfulness Meditation.

To register for this group, email ttaubner@uoregon.edu

Feb 27
Sex Cafe5:30 p.m.

An open student group of female-identified and non-binary people with a mission of supporting sex positive experiences through open dialogue and self-reflection.
January 9–March 13
Erb Memorial Union (EMU), Duck Nest, 041

An open student group of female-identified and non-binary people with a mission of supporting sex positive experiences through open dialogue and self-reflection.

Feb 27
Bike School: A Bike Maintenance Course6:00 p.m.

Learn the joy of fixing your own bicycle with professional instruction from Al Hongo and Bike Program student mechanics in our DIY Workspace. This six-session course will teach...
January 23–February 27
Erb Memorial Union (EMU), Bike Program EMU 008

Learn the joy of fixing your own bicycle with professional instruction from Al Hongo and Bike Program student mechanics in our DIY Workspace. This six-session course will teach you to repair and maintain a standard road, mountain, or commuter bike.
 

$65/six-session course. Sign-up at the Bike Program in the EMU. This course is offered every term from week 3- week 8.

Feb 27
NAMI Peer-Support Group6:00 p.m.

Join us for FREE peer-support through the National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI)! An open and safe space to talk and/or listen.
February 6–March 13
Peterson Hall, Room 102

Join us for FREE peer-support through the National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI)! An open and safe space to talk and/or listen.

Feb 27
Kayzo w/4B, Dubloadz, Gamer & JSTJR7:00 p.m.

|ON SALE AT THE UO TICKET OFFICE IN THE EMU|
February 27 7:00 p.m.
McDonald Theater

|ON SALE AT THE UO TICKET OFFICE IN THE EMU|

Feb 27
UO Toastmasters Meeting7:00 p.m.

Join us to improve your public speaking and leadership skills in a supportive, low-stress environment. Both members and visitors are welcome. You do not need to be a...
February 27 7:00 p.m.–8:15 p.m.
Chiles, Room 125

Join us to improve your public speaking and leadership skills in a supportive, low-stress environment. Both members and visitors are welcome. You do not need to be a university student to attend.

Feb 27
Kinky Boots7:30 p.m.

|ON SALE AT THE UO TICKET OFFICE IN THE EMU|   Charlie Price has suddenly inherited his father’s shoe factory, which is on the verge of bankruptcy....
February 27–March 1
Hult Center for the Performing Arts

|ON SALE AT THE UO TICKET OFFICE IN THE EMU|

 

Charlie Price has suddenly inherited his father’s shoe factory, which is on the verge of bankruptcy. Trying to live up to his father’s legacy and save the family business, Charlie finds inspiration in the form of Lola. A fabulous entertainer in need of some sturdy stilettos, Lola turns out to be the one person who can help Charlie become the man he’s meant to be. As they work to turn the factory around, this unlikely pair finds that they have more in common than they ever dreamed possible… and discover that when you change your mind about someone, you can change your whole world.

SHOW-TIMES


Tuesday, February 27, 2018: 7:30pm
Wednesday, February 28, 2018: 7:30pm
Thursday, March 1, 2018: 7:30pm

Feb 28
2018 Housing Fair11:00 a.m.

Need help navigating your housing plans for next year? The Housing Fair is a drop-in opportunity for students to gather on- and off-campus housing resources including...
February 28 11:00 a.m.–4:00 p.m.
Erb Memorial Union (EMU), Ballroom

Need help navigating your housing plans for next year? The Housing Fair is a drop-in opportunity for students to gather on- and off-campus housing resources including representation from a variety of property managers in the community as well as university housing options, campus resources like ASUO student legal services and dining service meal plans, and other community programs and services like the Eugene Police Department and Lane Transit District. Plan to leave the fair with a greater understanding of your housing options and campus and community resources that will holistically support your success as a University of Oregon student!

Feb 28
Stress Management Workshop2:00 p.m.

Learn personalized stress mangement techniques and how to identify the signs, symptoms, triggers, and underlying functions of stress. All students welcome to drop-in.
January 10–June 6
Erb Memorial Union (EMU), Duck Nest (041)

Learn personalized stress mangement techniques and how to identify the signs, symptoms, triggers, and underlying functions of stress. All students welcome to drop-in.

Feb 28
Social Media and Body Acceptance3:30 p.m.

This free, drop in workshop for UO students will focus on exploring the ways in which social media can impact body image and offer strategies to promote body acceptance.
February 28 3:30 p.m.–4:30 p.m.
Erb Memorial Union (EMU), Duck Nest (041)

This free, drop in workshop for UO students will focus on exploring the ways in which social media can impact body image and offer strategies to promote body acceptance.

Feb 28
Introduction to Meditation: Relax and Renew5:00 p.m.

Registration is now open for Relax and Renew, a six-week introduction to meditation class that is open to University of Oregon students, faculty, and staff. This winter's...
January 24–February 28
Erb Memorial Union (EMU), Duck Nest Room 041

Registration is now open for Relax and Renew, a six-week introduction to meditation class that is open to University of Oregon students, faculty, and staff.

This winter's class will take place on Wednesdays, January 24 through February 28, 2018. The class will be held from 5:00-6:00 p.m. in the Duck Nest (on the ground floor of the EMU, room 041).

The instructor for the course is Jude Kehoe, LPN, who is also a Healing Touch Certified Practitioner. She has taught meditation and practiced energy healing at University Health Center since 1998.

Participation fee:


Students: $15 for all six weeks
Faculty/staff: $25 for all six weeks


Advance sign-up is required and space is limited; call 541-346-2770 to reserve a spot.

Feb 28
Learn to Lift & It’s Benefits 5:00 p.m.

Build confidence in lifting weights and improve your body’s capacity to move safely and efficiently all while having fun and enjoying the experience.
February 28 5:00 p.m.–5:50 p.m.
Student Recreation Center (SRC), 41

Build confidence in lifting weights and improve your body’s capacity to move safely and efficiently all while having fun and enjoying the experience.

Feb 28
BINGO Nights presented by Connect The Ducks6:00 p.m.

Like playing Bingo? Getting prizes? Then this event is for you! Every Wednesday at the O Desk Stairs in the EMU from 6pm-7pm we have FREE Bingo every week of the term! Come join...
January 10–March 14
Erb Memorial Union (EMU), by the O Desk

Like playing Bingo? Getting prizes? Then this event is for you! Every Wednesday at the O Desk Stairs in the EMU from 6pm-7pm we have FREE Bingo every week of the term! Come join us to meet new people and create lasting memories!

Feb 28
Social Influences and Personal Relationships with Body Image Q&A 6:00 p.m.

Please join us in a Q&A style discussion about social influence on body ideals, body acceptance, holistic health, and our personal relationship with our body. We will be...
February 28 6:00 p.m.–8:00 p.m.
Lillis Business Complex, 111

Please join us in a Q&A style discussion about social influence on body ideals, body acceptance, holistic health, and our personal relationship with our body. We will be hosting perspectives of multiple esteemed panelists from varying areas of expertise and perspective. We hope you will participate in a night of discussion and social change. 

 

River Aaland is the Site Coordinator at Ophelia’s Place (OP), where she has worked since 2011. In this position, River trains and supervises OP’s interns and volunteers, provides orientations to new girls, oversees the After and Out of School Program, and offers resources and support to girls and families. She also frequently presents to providers and university students on a variety of topics. River has expertise in issues of poverty, eating disorders, body positivity, Health at Every Size (HAES), anti-oppression work, youth advocacy, adolescent sexuality, and girls/women’s empowerment. She recently presented at OP’s professional conference, Stronger Than You Know, on creating body-positive zones for youth in a media saturated society.

Taryn Hand, MS, RD, CSSD, LD is the Registered Dietitian at the University of Oregon Health Center. She works with students with a wide range of concerns, from general nutrition questions to medical conditions and disordered eating. She uses concepts of mindful and intuitive eating to help students develop a healthy, balanced relationship with food and their bodies.

 

Christian Harrison, M.S. graduated with his Masters in Student Affairs in Higher Education from Colorado State University in 2015. Currently working as a Community Director in University Housing at the University of Oregon. Christian facilitates workshops around transgender needs on campus and accessibility on campus. Christian has presented at The Association of Humanistic Sociology Conference regarding transgender student involvement on university campuses. Christian has also presented at the NASPA Student Affairs Administrators in Higher Education Multicultural Institute around using Trauma Informed practices to support trans/gender diverse students. Christian hopes to start a PhD next year in Sociology focusing on trans and disability identity and the body.

Nichole Kelly, Ph.D is an Assistant Professor in the Counseling Psychology and Human Services Department, as well as the Prevention Science Institute. Dr. Kelly’s research interests are in obesity, eating behaviors and body image. She has specific expertise in using experimental paradigms to determine what emotional and cognitive processes lead to overeating. Some of her most recent work also focuses on clarifying psychological and sociocultural factors associated with body dissatisfaction and disordered eating in young, ethnically diverse men.

Yasi Milani is a senior at the UO majoring in Human Physiology. She is the co-founder of Majesty Digital and co-director of the Women of Color Coalition where she works towards creating community and a voice for minority and marginalized communities. She has spent the past 3 years volunteering her time as a personal trainer helping women feel comfortable in their own bodies while addressing health and fitness holistically. Her work focuses on creating dialogue on disordered eating, body dissatisfaction, and the sociocultural impact of Eurocentric beauty standards in ethnically diverse women.

Feb 28
Warsaw Sports Business Club Presents Paul Greene6:00 p.m.

Join the Warsaw Sports Business Club on Wednesday, February 28 at 6:00 p.m. to hear from Paul Greene, the founder of Global Sports Advocates and one of America's leading...
February 28 6:00 p.m.–7:30 a.m.
Lillis Business Complex, Room 211 (subject to change)

Join the Warsaw Sports Business Club on Wednesday, February 28 at 6:00 p.m. to hear from Paul Greene, the founder of Global Sports Advocates and one of America's leading sports lawyers. Greene has handled sports law matters around the world, including numerous hearings before the international Court of Arbitration for Sport in Lausanne, Switzerland—known as the “Supreme Court for Sports Law.”

Please RSVP online if you wish to attend the lecture.

Visit our OrgSync page to join the club.

Hope to see you all there!

Feb 28
Introduction to Whitewater Kayak8:00 p.m.

Pool session focused on beginner skills and safety!  All equipment and instruction provided.  Register/sign up at OP/EMU or OP Barn. Required Pre-Trip 6pm, 2/26, OP...
February 28 8:00 p.m.–9:30 p.m.
Rec center Pool and OP Barn

Pool session focused on beginner skills and safety!  All equipment and instruction provided.  Register/sign up at OP/EMU or OP Barn.

Required Pre-Trip 6pm, 2/26, OP Barn

$10

Feb 28
Keys N Krates8:00 p.m.

Keys N Krates formed as the brainchild of drummer Adam Tune, synth/keyboard aficionado David Matisse and internationally award-winning turntablist Jr. Flo. The Toronto trio came...
February 28 8:00 p.m.
McDonald Theater, 1010 Willamette St, Eugene, OR, 97401

Keys N Krates formed as the brainchild of drummer Adam Tune, synth/keyboard aficionado David Matisse and internationally award-winning turntablist Jr. Flo. The Toronto trio came together in 2008 with the desire to bring their blend of live electronic instrumentation to the stage.

They’ve often been referred to as the world’s only “trap band,” a title they reluctantly accept. Tune says it best: “At the end of the day, people are going to call us whatever they want. We are referencing everything from classic house music to Timbaland in our beats, but I think the trap references tap into what the current sound is, and we are okay with that.”

Having toured their unique blend of hip hop and bass music extensively across North America, Keys N Krates put out a slew of original music in 2013. The September release of their SOLOW EP on Steve Aoki’s Dim Mak Records featured KNK’s banger “Treat Me Right” which launched with the support of figureheads like Diplo, Major Lazer, Flosstradamus and TNGHT. It went to number one on Hype Machine, continues to chart on Beatport Hip Hop Chart, and remains a fixture in DJ sets and car stereos around the globe.

Their second single off SOLOW EP, “Dum Dee Dum,” premiered on Annie Mac’s BBC Radio1 and experienced a similar kind of success on the charts with more than a 100,000 downloads sold to date. The accompanying music video saw Keys N Krates’ grimy beats infiltrate the conservative Mennonite farm community and amassed more than two million plays on Youtube. They later created the “Dum Dee Dum Remix” featuring G.O.O.D. Music’s Cyhi The Prynce, King Louie and Tree, which received glowing reviews from the likes of Fader Magazine, Vice Mag and NahRight.

In September 2014, the band launched into the next phase of their musical journey with the release of the “Every Nite EP.” This 6 track offering aptly demonstrates their evolution as a band, as well as their loyalty to the unique fusion of hip-hop and electronic music that they’re known for. The first single off the new EP “Are We Faded” debuted on Annie Mac’s BBC Radio1, as well as the highly influential Youtube channel All Trap Music. The track has already amassed over 1 million plays, and been supported by the likes of Machinedrum, What So Not, Hudson Mohawke and Plastician.

Perhaps what truly separates Keys N Krates from the mass of electronic and hip-hop producers out there is the unique show they create by performing their bassy beats as a band, completely live. When you go to a KNK show, you will see their music and the music of others morphed and turned on it’s head using only drums, keys, turntables and live sampling. This unique style creates not only a crazy dance party, but an experience and vibe like no other.

March 2018

Mar 1
All Sizes Fit Healthy Breakfast8:30 a.m.

Stop by the All Sizes Fit Healthy Breakfast for a delicious parfait. You can also pick up some informational material on the importance of eating breakfast and some ideas of quick...
March 1 8:30 a.m.–11:00 a.m.
Lillis Business Complex, Gilbert Plaza

Stop by the All Sizes Fit Healthy Breakfast for a delicious parfait. You can also pick up some informational material on the importance of eating breakfast and some ideas of quick breakfasts to make at home. Sponsored by KIND.

Mar 1
PRACTICE INTERVIEW: Ninkasi Brewing Company (3/1)9:00 a.m.

Get Practice Interview Experience with Guest Employer: Ninkasi Brewing Company - Ms. Amanda Burchard, People Operations Specialist The UO Career Center's Practice...
March 1 9:00 a.m.–2:00 p.m.
Hendricks Hall, Career Center - 220 Hendricks Hall

Get Practice Interview Experience with Guest Employer:
Ninkasi Brewing Company - Ms. Amanda Burchard, People Operations Specialist

The UO Career Center's Practice Interview Program is a safe place to practice interview skills, gain confidence and receive interview feedback from an experienced hiring professional. Guest employers volunteer their time to interview students and provide them with immediate feedback on their interviewing skills. Interviews are 30 minutes in length: 20 minutes for the interview and 10 minutes for immediate feedback from the interviewer.

Why Sign-up For A Practice Interview?
• Knowing what to expect and how to prepare will lead to successful future interviews. Success begins with preparation.
• You will receive immediate verbal and written interview feedback from our guest employer and provided a Practice Interview evaluation form to take with you.
• Practice makes better! Get a jump start on your job search, boost your interview skills and increase your chances for a successful interview the next time you're in front of an employer.

The goal of a successful interview is to be the candidate of choice. How do you accomplish this during an interview?
• Distinguish yourself from other candidates
• Communicate "evidence" of your ability to do the job
• Strategically highlight experiences, skills, and knowledge related to the job

The Practice Interview Program is part of the On-Campus Recruiting (OCR) Program. Not showing up for a scheduled practice interview is unprofessional and guarantees disqualification from Duck Connect privileges. View OCR Policies here for more information (http://career.uoregon.edu/about/programs/campus-recruiting/policies).

ABOUT NINKASI BREWING COMPANY
Founded in 2006 by Nikos Ridge and Jamie Floyd (UO alum), Ninkasi Brewing Company is a culture of individuals operating under a single core purpose – to Perpetuate Better Living. Located in Eugene, OR Ninkasi was named one of the “100 Best Companies to Work for in Oregon” in 2013 by Oregon Business Magazine. Ninkasi prides itself on exemplary, self-motivated employees that are driven by a passion for creativity, integrity, and of course, delicious craft beer. Employee benefits include medical and dental coverage, 401(k) plan, profit sharing, company paid smart phone, and company credit for purchase of Ninkasi products. Ninkasi also strives to be a vital part of the communities it serves and has worked with more than 600 organizations through its Beer Is Love program offering beer, product and cash donations. More information: www.NinkasiBrewing.com.

HOW TO APPLY: you MUST have a resume uploaded to Duck Connect [https://career.uoregon.edu/DuckConnect] before you can sign-up for any on-campus interviews:

1. In Duck Connect select: "On-Campus Interviews" and select "APPLY for On-Campus Interviews I Qualify For." (If you're not seeing opportunities you expect to see, select "VIEW all On-Campus Interviews")
2. Search for the position and organization you're applying to and review position description, qualifications and important deadlines.
3. Click "Request Interview" button to submit your resume.
4. Confirm your interview requests and interview confirmations in Duck Connect>My Account>View My Activity.

For more information contact:

Tina Haynes, On-Campus Recruiting Coordinator
UO Career Center
541-346-6006
thaynes@uoregon.edu

Mar 1
Route Setting Clinic Series9:30 a.m.

Learn the fundamentals of route setting in this exciting 3 week clinic series. You will get the opportunity to practice setting while learning the basic safety and movement...
February 15–March 1
Student Recreation Center (SRC), Rock District

Learn the fundamentals of route setting in this exciting 3 week clinic series. You will get the opportunity to practice setting while learning the basic safety and movement principles with an emphasis on the technical systems that allow route setters to put up new routes.   

Mandatory preregistration at the SRC Service Center

Mar 1
Career Center Drop-in Advisingnoon

Drop by the Career Center for a 15-minute chat with an Advisor! * The Career Center's drop-in hours may be sporadically affected or unavailable due to unexpected...
January 11–March 8
Hendricks Hall, 220

Drop by the Career Center for a 15-minute chat with an Advisor!

* The Career Center's drop-in hours may be sporadically affected or unavailable due to unexpected advisor illness or absence. In such case, we will arrange for your meeting with a career advisor at our earliest availability.

Mar 1
Anxiety Management Workshop2:00 p.m.

Gain an understanding of your anxeity triggers and symptoms, and develop strategies for addressing related challenges. All students welcome to drop-in.
January 11–June 7
Erb Memorial Union (EMU), Duck Nest (041)

Gain an understanding of your anxeity triggers and symptoms, and develop strategies for addressing related challenges. All students welcome to drop-in.

Mar 1
What Kind of Work or Major Matches My Interests?4:00 p.m.

Identify your key interest themes through group activities and the Strong Interest Inventory (SII). Learn how to apply this information to make more meaningful choices. You...
March 1 4:00 p.m.–5:00 p.m.
Hendricks Hall, Room 220 - Career Center

Identify your key interest themes through group activities and the Strong Interest Inventory (SII). Learn how to apply this information to make more meaningful choices.

You need to pre-register for this workshop and take the assessment beforehand.

Fee notice: $10 will be charged to your student account to cover the cost of the online assessment portion of the SII

Mar 1
Drop-in Energy Release Techniques4:30 p.m.

Come take a break!  Shake and Tap out your Stress! If you need a pick me up late in the afternoon (instead of having another cup of coffee) come learn fun, easy techniques...
September 28 2017–March 15 2018
Erb Memorial Union (EMU), Duck Nest, 041

Come take a break!  Shake and Tap out your Stress!

If you need a pick me up late in the afternoon (instead of having another cup of coffee) come learn fun, easy techniques that you can do anytime.

Jude Kehoe LPN, HTCP is an energy healing practitioner and has been doing energy healing, teaching meditation, stress management and sleep education at UHC since 1998.

In this hour long FREE class Jude will teach you how to use awareness of your energy system (meridian tracts, chakra system and energy field) to ground and release stress on a daily basis.  By practicing these easy Energetic Release techniques on a daily basis you may decrease stress, anxiety, pain and increase relaxation.

Mar 1
EMU Basketball WATCH PARTY!!5:45 p.m.

EMU Basketball WATCH PARTY Come cheer on your Duck basketball team against Washington State at 5:45pm with the Pit Crew in the EMU “O” Lounge! (Game...
March 1 5:45 p.m.
Erb Memorial Union (EMU), O Lounge

EMU Basketball WATCH PARTY

Come cheer on your Duck basketball team against Washington State at 5:45pm with the Pit Crew in the EMU “O” Lounge! (Game begins at 6:00pm.) Pregame and halftime commentary provided by UO’s KWVA announcers. There will be food, prizes, trivia, a photo booth, and much more!

Mar 1
Love How You Move 6:00 p.m.

Why not making moving fun and enjoy sharing the experience with your friends? Join us for a drumming inspired movement experience that is sure to make you laugh and feel...
March 1 6:00 p.m.–6:50 p.m.
Student Recreation Center (SRC), 41

Why not making moving fun and enjoy sharing the experience with your friends? Join us for a drumming inspired movement experience that is sure to make you laugh and feel energized.

Mar 1
Ducks After Dark- Coco8:15 p.m.

Join us for a free movie! Plus we have FREE popcorn and soda for UO students with a valid UO ID! Doors Open/Activity Starts at 8:15pm Movie Starts at...
March 1 8:15 p.m.–11:00 p.m.
Erb Memorial Union (EMU), Redwood Auditorium room214

Join us for a free movie! Plus we have FREE popcorn and soda for UO students with a valid UO ID!

Doors Open/Activity Starts at 8:15pm

Movie Starts at 9:00pm  

About the Movie: Aspiring musician Miguel, confronted with his family's ancestral ban on music, enters the Land of the Dead to find his great-great-grandfather, a legendary singer.

Rated PG

Mar 1
Afrolicious w/ JoyTribe10:00 p.m.

|ON SALE AT THE UO TICKET OFFICE IN THE EMU|   Afrolicious, the live/electronic collective based in the San Francisco Bay Area started out not as a band...
March 1 10:00 p.m.
Hi-Fi Music Hall

|ON SALE AT THE UO TICKET OFFICE IN THE EMU|

 

Afrolicious, the live/electronic collective based in the San Francisco Bay Area started out not as a band but as a club night at the famed Elbo Room in The Mission District in 2007. The format of Afrolicious party was very open and included the DJs spinning the latest soulful dance music including Afro-House, broken beat, modern funk and disco alongside classics and re-edits and remixes of their favorite Afrobeat, Salsa, and Brazilian funk alongside live percussionists and guest MCs and musicians. Eventually morphing into a live band led by the production and arrangement skills of Pleasuremaker, many dancers, DJs and producers began to take notice of their unique sound. 

21+

Mar 2
Camp Wayne for Girls On-Campus Interviews - Resume Deadline (3/2)12:00 a.m.

Camp Wayne offers a versatile, "all-around" program for campers aged 6-16. Campers participate in activities including team and individual sports, waterfront, tennis,...
March 2 12:00 a.m.–11:59 p.m.
Hendricks Hall, Career Center - 220 Hendricks Hall

Camp Wayne offers a versatile, "all-around" program for campers aged 6-16. Campers participate in activities including team and individual sports, waterfront, tennis, gymnastics, dance and cheerleading, drama, fine arts, nature and camping including a high and low ropes course, as well as our unique and exciting evening activities and special events. More info: https://www.campwaynegirls.com

*Qualifications: COUNSELING IS A CHALLENGING yet extremely rewarding job. From wake-up until bedtime (approximately 14 to 16 hours a day), you will be supervising, teaching, and counseling your campers. Most of our counselors are hired to teach a specific activity. You will spend from 4-6 hours of your day at your specialty teaching kids from ages 6-16. Hiring talented individuals to teach each activity allows for a greater learning experience for the children. Times for meals, clean-up, and night activities are spent with the campers in your bunk. Throughout the summer there are special events and unique evening activities that will be spent with either your age group, the younger or older half of girl’s camp, the entire girl’s camp, or with Camp Wayne for Boys.

HOW TO APPLY FOR INTERVIEWS:

Upload your resume to Duck Connect (MUST have a resume uploaded before you can apply) to be considered for an interview.
http://career.uoregon.edu/duckconnect

In Duck Connect select: "On-Campus Interviews" and select "APPLY for On-Campus Interviews I Qualify For." (If you're not seeing opportunities you expect to see, select "VIEW all On-Campus Interviews") Search for the position and organization you're applying to and review position description, qualifications and important deadlines. Click "Request Interview" button to submit your resume. Confirm your resume/interview request and interview confirmations in Duck Connect>My Account>View My Activity.

***MUST APPLY on Camp Wayne website, too (click on "work @ camp"). If a question does not apply to you or you are unsure of the answer (an immunization date etc.) just fill in the blank with zeros or NA so you can move on with the application. Everything can be edited after the application has been submitted.

Please contact Tina Haynes with questions about this opportunity.
Tina Haynes, On-Campus Recruiting Coordinator
UO Career Center
thaynes@uoregon.edu
541-346-6006

Mar 2
Bridges Panel: Body Image in the LGBT+ Communitynoon

A panel of LGBTQIA+ identified students will be sharing their personal stories relating to body positivity and self-love, and discussing issues of body image within the LGBTQIA+...
March 2 noon–1:00 p.m.
Erb Memorial Union (EMU), Lewis Room (023)

A panel of LGBTQIA+ identified students will be sharing their personal stories relating to body positivity and self-love, and discussing issues of body image within the LGBTQIA+ community.  Lunch will be served at this event.

Mar 2
Move as a Team 3:00 p.m.

A partner workout that focuses on building community and encourages everyone to cheer on each other and give their best effort.
March 2 3:00 p.m.–4:00 p.m.
Student Recreation Center (SRC), 50

A partner workout that focuses on building community and encourages everyone to cheer on each other and give their best effort.

Mar 2
Nourish the Mind and Body4:00 p.m.

This yoga class will focus on grounding in the present moment and finding appreciation and love for our bodies and all they do for us.
March 2 4:00 p.m.–4:50 p.m.
Student Recreation Center (SRC), 283

This yoga class will focus on grounding in the present moment and finding appreciation and love for our bodies and all they do for us.

Mar 2
Comfortable in Your Genes Fashion Show6:00 p.m.

The Women of Color Coalition and All Sizes Fit are collaborating together to host an all-inclusive fashion show to highlight some of the beautiful, intelligent students we have on...
March 2 6:00 p.m.–9:00 p.m.
Global Scholars Hall, Great Room 123

The Women of Color Coalition and All Sizes Fit are collaborating together to host an all-inclusive fashion show to highlight some of the beautiful, intelligent students we have on our campus! We welcome anyone who is comfortable participating to be on our runway—all body sizes and shapes, genders, races/ethnicities, and abilities. The theme of the show is Comfortable in My Genes meaning being comfortable in your body, while also rocking your favorite jeans, amongst other looks that represent your individual style.

Mar 2
ZORRO -- The Ballet7:30 p.m.

|ON SALE AT THE UO TICKET OFFICE IN THE EMU| Ballet Fantastique’s ground-breaking ZORRO®: The Ballet returns to the Hult Center in 2018. This...
March 2–4
Hult Center for the Performing Arts

|ON SALE AT THE UO TICKET OFFICE IN THE EMU|

Ballet Fantastique’s ground-breaking ZORRO®: The Ballet returns to the Hult Center in 2018. This contemporary ballet re-telling of the legendary masked Diego de la Vega—aka “El Zorro” (the Fox)—premiered in 2013. Choreographer-Producers Donna Marisa and Hannah Bontrager’s ZORRO®: The Ballet tells the origin story of the titular hero, set in a world in flux: Spanish America and Barcelona, a backdrop including decadent romance and fierce political intrigue, conflict between Native Americans and Spanish hacendados and great rivals from worlds of privilege. To bring this great romance adventure to life, Ballet Fantastique partners with LA-based Latin fusion band Incendio and virtuoso violinist-composer Kim Angelis. Angelis’s unique blend of gypsy violin, flamenco, and classical elements and Incendio’s pyrotechnic fusion of jazz, rock, and fierce Latin guitar propel ZORRO®’s heroic journey.

Mar 2
MarchFourth w/High Step Society9:00 p.m.

|ON SALE AT THE UO TICKET OFFICE IN THE EMU| 21+
March 2 9:00 p.m.
Hi-Fi Music Hall

|ON SALE AT THE UO TICKET OFFICE IN THE EMU|

21+

Mar 2
Application Deadline: TAMID Membership11:59 p.m.

Interested in joining TAMID at Oregon? The membership application for Spring 2018 closes on March 2nd at 11:59 p.m. Apply online on our website.
March 2 11:59 p.m.

Interested in joining TAMID at Oregon? The membership application for Spring 2018 closes on March 2nd at 11:59 p.m.

Apply online on our website.

Mar 3
Hoodoo Graduate Student Ski/Snowboard Day at Hoodoo6:30 a.m.

Take a break from studying/grading to enjoy a day in the mountains. As a group, we’ll travel to Hoodoo Ski Area in the Cascade Range to play in the snow. While geared toward...
March 3 6:30 a.m.–7:30 p.m.
Outdoor Program Barn

Take a break from studying/grading to enjoy a day in the mountains. As a group, we’ll travel to Hoodoo Ski Area in the Cascade Range to play in the snow. While geared toward graduate students, undergraduates are welcomed to participate.

Cost: Day passes are $41, lessons are $12, rentals are $18, gas $8-10

Gear: Equipment rentals can be obtained at Hoodoo or OP barn.

Mandatory pre-trip meeting: Thursday March 1st, 4pm at the OP Office.  

Mar 3
Green Island Service Project9:00 a.m.

 Plant trees and help restore the Green Island in the  Willamette River with the McKenzie River Trust.  Pre-trip: March 1, 6:00 p.m. | Outdoor and Bike...
March 3 9:00 a.m.–4:00 p.m.
Outdoor Program Barn

 Plant trees and help restore the Green Island in the  Willamette River with the McKenzie River Trust.  Pre-trip: March 1, 6:00 p.m. | Outdoor and Bike Program,  EMU 008 | Free

Mar 3
Storytelling Workshop ("Intertwined: Journeys")10:00 a.m.

Come learn about the art of storytelling, and practice both crafting, and presenting, your own narrative! This workshop acts as a lead-in to our spring term storytelling event,...
March 3 10:00 a.m.–1:00 p.m.
Straub Hall

Come learn about the art of storytelling, and practice both crafting, and presenting, your own narrative! This workshop acts as a lead-in to our spring term storytelling event, "Intertwined: Journeys". 

Sign up through the following link:

http://oregon.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_3WcOHinaK5lmA6x

Anyone affiliated with UO is welcome (students, staff, faculty). No previous storytelling or theatre experience is required, and there's no pressure to come with a story already picked.

 

Note:


One does not need to attend the workshop on March 3rd to apply to be a storyteller for the final performance
Participating in the workshop does not obligate one to perform, nor does it give special preference for being in the final performance.

Mar 3
Intramural Sports Badminton Tournament10:30 a.m.

Join us for our Badminton tournament on March 3rd in SRC Uptown Courts. Singles & doubles divsions will be offered. $5 per player. Register on IMLeagues and pay at the SRC...
March 3 10:30 a.m.–7:30 p.m.
Student Recreation Center (SRC), Uptown Courts

Join us for our Badminton tournament on March 3rd in SRC Uptown Courts. Singles & doubles divsions will be offered. $5 per player. Register on IMLeagues and pay at the SRC Service Center Desk by February 27, noon. Questions? Contact Sean Graninger seangran@uoregon.edu

Mar 3
Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA)noon

The Volunteer Income Tax Assistance program (VITA) is free tax return preparation offered every Saturday from February 3 to April 14. University of Oregon accounting and law...
March 3 noon–4:00 p.m.
Lillis Business Complex, Room 155 (Braddock Tutoring Center)

The Volunteer Income Tax Assistance program (VITA) is free tax return preparation offered every Saturday from February 3 to April 14. University of Oregon accounting and law students will offer their trained expertise to prepare tax returns for students and members of the community at no cost. No appointment is necessary; clients are served on a first-come, first-served basis. Our VITA site is a basic volunteer site, meaning we can only perform basic tax returns. We cannot provide service for those filling an international return. If you are wondering whether or not we can provide service to you, please email Brett Christian at uobap.externalaffairs@gmail.com. Visit uobap.com/vita for more information. (VITA will not operate on the following Saturdays: March 17, 24, and 31.)

Mar 3
New Politics7:30 p.m.

|ON SALE AT THE UO TICKET OFFICE IN THE EMU| along with special guests Dreamers.
March 3 7:30 p.m.
WOW Hall

|ON SALE AT THE UO TICKET OFFICE IN THE EMU|

along with special guests Dreamers.

Mar 4
The Travelin' McCourys8:00 p.m.

|ON SALE AT THE UO TICKET OFFICE IN THE EMU| The Travelin’ McCourys do not stand still. They are on the road—and online—entertaining audiences...
March 4 8:00 p.m.
Hi-Fi Music Hall

|ON SALE AT THE UO TICKET OFFICE IN THE EMU|

The Travelin’ McCourys do not stand still. They are on the road—and online—entertaining audiences with live shows that include some of the best musicians and singers from all genres. It’s always different, always exciting, and always great music. 

Mar 5
Camp Wayne for Girls On-Campus Interviews (3/5)9:00 a.m.

Camp Wayne offers a versatile, "all-around" program for campers aged 6-16. Campers participate in activities including team and individual sports, waterfront, tennis,...
March 5 9:00 a.m.–4:00 p.m.
Hendricks Hall, Career Center - 220 Hendricks Hall

Camp Wayne offers a versatile, "all-around" program for campers aged 6-16. Campers participate in activities including team and individual sports, waterfront, tennis, gymnastics, dance and cheerleading, drama, fine arts, nature and camping including a high and low ropes course, as well as our unique and exciting evening activities and special events. More info: https://www.campwaynegirls.com

*Qualifications: COUNSELING IS A CHALLENGING yet extremely rewarding job. From wake-up until bedtime (approximately 14 to 16 hours a day), you will be supervising, teaching, and counseling your campers. Most of our counselors are hired to teach a specific activity. You will spend from 4-6 hours of your day at your specialty teaching kids from ages 6-16. Hiring talented individuals to teach each activity allows for a greater learning experience for the children. Times for meals, clean-up, and night activities are spent with the campers in your bunk. Throughout the summer there are special events and unique evening activities that will be spent with either your age group, the younger or older half of girl’s camp, the entire girl’s camp, or with Camp Wayne for Boys.

HOW TO APPLY FOR INTERVIEWS:

Upload your resume to Duck Connect (MUST have a resume uploaded before you can apply) to be considered for an interview.
http://career.uoregon.edu/duckconnect

In Duck Connect select: "On-Campus Interviews" and select "APPLY for On-Campus Interviews I Qualify For." (If you're not seeing opportunities you expect to see, select "VIEW all On-Campus Interviews") Search for the position and organization you're applying to and review position description, qualifications and important deadlines. Click "Request Interview" button to submit your resume. Confirm your resume/interview request and interview confirmations in Duck Connect>My Account>View My Activity.

***MUST APPLY on Camp Wayne website, too (click on "work @ camp"). If a question does not apply to you or you are unsure of the answer (an immunization date etc.) just fill in the blank with zeros or NA so you can move on with the application. Everything can be edited after the application has been submitted.

 

Please contact Tina Haynes with questions about this opportunity.
Tina Haynes, On-Campus Recruiting Coordinator
UO Career Center
thaynes@uoregon.edu
541-346-6006

Mar 5
How to Set Boundaries, Say No, and Communicate Assertively2:00 p.m.

Do you ever struggle with setting boundaries or saying no? Is this especially hard with instructors, parents, partners, or friends? Do you ever struggle with feeling burnt out or...
March 5 2:00 p.m.–2:50 p.m.
Erb Memorial Union (EMU), Duck Nest (041)

Do you ever struggle with setting boundaries or saying no? Is this especially hard with instructors, parents, partners, or friends? Do you ever struggle with feeling burnt out or stressed due to over-committing yourself? If so, this workshop is for you! This workshop will increase your awareness of why setting boundaries can be difficult and equip you with the skills you need to communicate assertively, determine when and how to say no, and set healthy boundaries to increase overall well-being and reduce stress.

Mar 5
National Geographic Live - Pink Boots and a Machete7:30 p.m.

|ON SALE AT THE UO TICKET OFFICE IN THE EMU|   Mireya Mayor, Primatologist & TV Correspondent A former NFL cheerleader and daughter of Cuban...
March 5 7:30 p.m.
Newmark Theater – Portland

|ON SALE AT THE UO TICKET OFFICE IN THE EMU|

 

Mireya Mayor, Primatologist & TV Correspondent

A former NFL cheerleader and daughter of Cuban immigrants who grew up in Miami, Mireya Mayor followed her unlikely dreams. In short order, she became a respected primatologist, audacious explorer, and Emmy Award-nominated wildlife correspondent for the National Geographic Channel. Mayor’s adventures have taken her⎯armed with little more than a backpack, notebooks, and hiking boots⎯to some of the wildest and most remote places on earth. She’s survived poisonous insect bites, been charged by gorillas and chased by elephants⎯and keeps going back for more.

On a National Geographic-supported expedition in Madagascar in 2000, Mayor discovered a rare new species of mouse lemur, then believed to be the world’s smallest primate. Her discovery inspired the prime minister of Madagascar to establish a national park to help protect the new species, conserving the 10 percent that remains of the African island nation’s once vast forest.

Currently hosting the Nat Geo WILD series Wild Nights With Mireya Mayor, Mayor has been hailed as a “female Indiana Jones,” and an inspiration to young women interested in science and exploration. She’ll share stories, images, and film clips of her adventures, offering a behind- the-scenes look at the hardships and danger of life in the field, along with the moments of discovery that make it all worthwhile.

Mar 6
SWAT Workshop for Eugene Rotary Clubnoon

The Sexual Wellness Advocacy Team (SWAT) is a group of students on campus who utilize theater and other interactive activities to start conversations about consent, healthy...
March 6 noon–1:00 p.m.
The Hilton Hotel

The Sexual Wellness Advocacy Team (SWAT) is a group of students on campus who utilize theater and other interactive activities to start conversations about consent, healthy relationships, and sexual violence.

 

Our presentations include the following topics and are very interactive:

- What it means to be sex-positive and survivor-centered

- The definition of consent, according to S.W.A.T., the UO, and Oregon state law

- Demonstrations of healthy communication

- Listening to a story of sexual violence

- Interacting with and intervening in survivor-blaming speech

- Supporting friends

- Mandatory reporting

- Resources available to survivors on campus

- How intoxication can affect communication and consent

- Interactive bystander intervention skills practice

 

***Please note this is a closed workshop***

 

Mar 6
"Who Am I and What Matches My Personality?" MBTI Workshop2:00 p.m.

Learn about your personality based on the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI). Through group activities identify your unique preferences and how to apply this information to...
March 6 2:00 p.m.–3:00 p.m.
Hendricks Hall, Room 220 - Career Center

Learn about your personality based on the Myers-Briggs Type
Indicator (MBTI). Through group activities identify your
unique preferences and how to apply this information to make
more meaningful choices.

You need to pre-register for this workshop and take the assessment beforehand.

Fee notice: $10 will be charged to your student account to cover the cost of the online assessment portion of the MBTI

Mar 6
Backpacking for Beginners6:00 p.m.

Learn backpacking basics such as how to pack, what to bring, and good places to go.
March 6 6:00 p.m.–8:00 p.m.
Outdoor Program Barn

Learn backpacking basics such as how to pack, what to bring, and good places to go.

Mar 6
UO Toastmasters Meeting7:00 p.m.

Join us to improve your public speaking and leadership skills in a supportive, low-stress environment. Both members and visitors are welcome. You do not need to be a...
March 6 7:00 p.m.–8:15 p.m.
Chiles, Room 125

Join us to improve your public speaking and leadership skills in a supportive, low-stress environment. Both members and visitors are welcome. You do not need to be a university student to attend.

Mar 6
They Might Be Giants8:00 p.m.

|ON SALE AT THE UO TICKET OFFICE IN THE EMU| They Might Be Giants have been delivering highly energetic, highly melodic and highly imaginative music for over...
March 6 8:00 p.m.
Hi-Fi Music Hall

|ON SALE AT THE UO TICKET OFFICE IN THE EMU|

They Might Be Giants have been delivering highly energetic, highly melodic and highly imaginative music for over thirty years. They write, record and perform continuously. Brooklyn’s original alternative rockers have made more than a dozen albums, sold more than a million, and won a couple of Grammys. They have created DVD and book projects for kids, and contributed themes and songs to numerous television and film projects. Alternative/indie rock band that was formed in 1982. The band was started by John Linnell and John Flansburgh, who are still the band's only official members. They were initially accompanied by a drum machine before employing a backing band in 1992. 

18+

Mar 7
9th Annual Women's Roundtable: Define Your Edge, The Power of Leveraging Your Strengths5:30 p.m.

With a person's role (or place) in the workforce being less defined than ever before, people need to make their mark and prove that they are essential to their company. But if...
March 7 5:30 p.m.–7:30 p.m.
White Stag Block

With a person's role (or place) in the workforce being less defined than ever before, people need to make their mark and prove that they are essential to their company. But if knowledge and diligence simply aren't enough to succeed in today's competitive work environment, what is?

We invite you to come hear Lauren McGoodwin, BS '09, founder and CEO of Career Contessa, speak on how to leverage your competitive advantage and drive your career forward with an interactive presentation and worksheet.

Lauren McGoodwin, founded Career Contessa in 2013 after working in recruiting for a tech company and experiencing a gap in career development resources for women who might be job searching, soul searching, leading, and managing, or trying to find new ways to advance within their careers. A true trailblazer, Lauren has experienced the value of owning one's unique strengths first hand.

Lauren's career expertise has appeared in Forbes, Business Insider, Fast Company, Refinery29, and more. Career Contessa now helps more than one million women navigate their careers each year though original career advice, job opportunities, and an inside look at companies hiring, online career classes, and access to expert career coaches—all tailored to the needs of professional women.

Our Program:

5:30–6:15 p.m. – Registration, check-in, and networking
6:15–7:30 p.m. – Interactive program and Q&A

Registration:

Registration is open to all. Bring a friend! Sign them up when you register.

FREE for current UO students and 2017 graduates
$15 for UOAA members
$20 for nonmembers
Price includes drinks and appetizers.

Please register by Monday, March 5. Online registration will remain open until the day of the event. Registrations received after March 5 will not include a preprinted name tag. On the day of the event, walk-up registration is $20 for all.

Register online, or call 800-245-ALUM. UOAA members will need to log in to access any discounted pricing.

Questions:

For additional information, email Linda Favero, UO Career Center Portland, or call 503-412-3704.

Special thanks to our partners and sponsors:

Partners: Boly Welch and the UOAA Duck Career Network

Sponsors: UO School of Law Portland, UO School of Journalism and Communication Portland, Sports Product Management, and Oregon Executive MBA