Throughout Black History Month, The Dean of Students Office and the Center for Multicultural Academic Excellence will feature an individual who has made a lasting contribution to Black communities, ranging from literature, law, sports, to science, technology, music and the arts. More information is available on the website.
Emancipating the Past: Kara Walker’s Tales of Slavery and Power
Wednesday, January 29 at 5:30pm to 6:30pm
Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art (JSMA) 1430 Johnson Lane, Eugene, OR, 97403
The Duck Events Fund
supports campus-wide student programming.
One-time awards ($100-$750) are available on a competitive
basis to any organized UO student group (ASUO, EMU, academic department, or auxiliary unit).
All cultural and educational events are considered.
Information is available on the EMU website: http://emu.uoregon.edu/
(scroll down on homepage)
Application Deadline: Wednesday, March 12, 2014 by 5:00 p.m.
Questions? Contact Mary Farrington, EMU Grant Writer email@example.com
WHEN: Wednesday, January 22, 4:30-5:45 PM
WHERE: Many Nations Longhouse, 1630 Columbia St., on the UO Campus.
Sponsored by the UO Department of Ethnic Studies. Contact: Professor Daniel HoSang, firstname.lastname@example.org
The Division of Undergraduate Studies (UGS) will be supporting Winter and Spring “Explore Identity” programming with a grant opportunity for instructional faculty and Level III instructional GTFs. Ten awards of up to $500 each will be available to support undergraduate co-curricular programming designed to sustain inquiry around the themes of race, ethnicity and identity. Awards may be used to support Winter or Spring 2014 courses – or to support activity associated with Academic Residential Programs (ARPs), where those ARPs are anchored through academic coursework.
The funds can be used in any way that supports a course’s or ARP’s instructional objectives – with the exception of primarily social activities (e.g. a meal or party). Funds can be used, for instance, to take students to an event or special location, to fund a guest speaker, to buy materials for special projects, to enable the purchase of archival, etc., materials that would be prohibitively costly otherwise. Grants that entail collaboration between classes or instructors will be especially welcome. All applicants must be the instructor of record for their courses/ARPs. Matching funds from CoDaC may be available for some grants.
The guidelines are intentionally broad, aimed to spark creativity and collaboration. One of our goals in UGS is to promote the UO’s teaching mission with innovative curricular and co-curricular programming.
To apply, please submit the following items electronically to email@example.com (a single PDF is best):
- one-page proposal, including budget
- course description (including course number, projected enrollment, term taught) and outline or syllabus, as well as description of any affiliated ARP
- brief (150 word) bio describing your research interests/academic background
As funding allows, there will be two rounds of application review:
- December 2, 2013
- February 17, 2014
For more information about the grants, contact the Office of the Vice Provost for Undergraduate Studies: firstname.lastname@example.org or (541) 346-1221
For more information about The Race Card Project™:
We invite you to add your six word story about race or identity to The Race Card Project as part of the On Location at the University of Oregon section — and read what others have submitted.
The Race Card Project: Let’s keep the conversation going . . .
A series of Continue the Conversation sessions to discuss The Grace of Silence and The Race Card Project are scheduled this month:
Monday Nov. 18 at 4 p.m.
Wednesday Nov. 20 at noon
Wednesday Nov. 20 at 4 p.m.
All sessions will take place in the Center on Diversity and Community office space in 54 Susan Campbell Hall. Please RSVP to UOExploreidentity@gmail.com.
People who were unable to make the Michele Norris event are still welcome to attend the Continue the Conversation sessions.
Michel Norris’ Race Card Project — on campus this fall! You can participate in The Race Card Project in one of two ways:
Or pick up a postcard at these campus locations and drop it in the collection box:
Clark Honors College (Chapman Hall)
Dean of Students Office (1st floor Oregon Hall)
DuckStore (upstairs in the Literary Duck)
EMU – in the Fishbowl and by the ASUO offices
Housing Service Centers:
• Global Scholars Hall
• Barnhart Hall
• Living Learning Center
Student Rec Center
Michele Norris tickets sold out in 4 days, however some tickets may be made available in the next week. Click Here to add your info to the waiting list.
Due to the overwhelming demand, we will live stream video of the event to the Oak and Maple rooms in the EMU!
We have created a waiting list for those who would like a ticket if tickets become available. Click Here to add your info to the waiting list.If you receive a ticket from the waiting list, you will only have 24 hours to claim it — so be sure to check your email for a message about tickets.
We will fill the overflow room on a first come/first serve basis.