SOU to Break Ground on Theatre Building, JPR Broadcast Center Project

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(Ashland, Ore.) — Southern Oregon University is set to officially break ground on two new construction projects during a ceremony scheduled for June 3 at 12:30 p.m. The projects, a renovation and expansion of the University’s Theatre Building as well as new studios and administrative offices for Jefferson Public Radio, are expected to be complete by fall 2017.

The Theatre Building renovation and expansion is an $11 million project that will add a dynamic new program element to the Oregon Center for the Arts at Southern Oregon University and create an arts and culture hub on the SOU campus.

“This expansion is badly needed,” according to SOU President Roy Saigo. “Our theatre program has been at capacity and this project will provide more opportunities for current and future students at SOU.”

By co-locating the new JPR studios and offices with the Oregon Center for the Arts, SOU will realize efficiencies and cost savings in the project, and also improve instructional benefits for students. “Jefferson Public Radio is a vital part of our campus community, and the entire region of southern Oregon and northern California,” Saigo said. “This project will create new, hands-on learning experiences for SOU students while engaging the campus and community with the cultural and civic programs that are broadcast on JPR.”

The ceremony will take place on the east side of the Theatre Building.

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About Southern Oregon University

Southern Oregon University is a medium-sized campus that provides comprehensive educational opportunities with a strong focus on student success and intellectual creativity. Located in vibrant Ashland, Oregon, SOU remains committed to diversity and inclusion for all students on its environmentally sustainable campus. Connected learning programs taught by a host of exceptional faculty provide quality, innovative experiences for students. Visit sou.edu.

SOU Board Narrows Field of Presidential Candidates

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(Ashland, Ore.) — After a nationwide search, three finalists have been selected in the search for a new president of Southern Oregon University. The finalists were recommended to the SOU board of trustees by the Presidential Search Committee, which was comprised of key members of both internal and external constituent groups, including, but not limited to, the board of trustees; SOU faculty, staff, alumni, and students; an Oregon public university president; and members of the Rogue Valley community.

Each of the three finalists will visit Southern Oregon in coming days to meet with various SOU constituent groups as well as hold town hall-style forums that will be open to the public.

The first of the finalists to arrive on campus will be Dr. Michael Tidwell, who is scheduled to visit the SOU campuses on May 25 and 26. Tidwell currently serves as dean of the College of Business at Eastern Michigan University, Ypsilanti. He holds a doctorate in organizational studies from Washington State University, a master’s degree in communication, also from WSU, and a bachelor’s degree in communication from Ball State University.

Prior to his role as dean of the College of Business at Eastern Michigan, Tidwell held various positions in higher education teaching and administration, including dean of the College of Business at Bloomsburg University of Pennsylvania, assistant dean for the School of Business at Clayton State University, and numerous faculty appointments.

The public will have an opportunity to meet and ask questions of Tidwell during an open forum on May 25 at 3:30 p.m. The forum will take place in Room 151 inside the Science Building on SOU’s main campus in Ashland.

“We are hoping that not only our campus community, but the entire Rogue Valley will want to be involved in this process and meet these candidates,” said Bill Thorndike, chair of the SOU board of trustees. “We will be soliciting feedback from all who attend, and that input is very important in our decision making process.”

The other finalists will be announced in advance of their visit early in June. More information on the search and the candidate is available at presidentialsearch.sou.edu.

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About Southern Oregon University

Southern Oregon University is a medium-sized campus that provides comprehensive educational opportunities with a strong focus on student success and intellectual creativity. Located in vibrant Ashland, Oregon, SOU remains committed to diversity and inclusion for all students on its environmentally sustainable campus. Connected learning programs taught by a host of exceptional faculty provide quality, innovative experiences for students. Visit sou.edu.

SOU In the News: May 17 – 23

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SOU Student, Alumni, Faculty, and Staff Features:

Upper Rogue Independent – From Watching COPS to Being One (feature on SOU alumnus): http://www.urindependent.com/2016/05/from-watching-cops-to-being-one/

 

News on SOU Academic Programs:

Medford School District – Bulldogs to Raiders Travel to OMSI: http://www.medford.k12.or.us/site/default.aspx?PageType=3&DomainID=4&ModuleInstanceID=381&ViewID=047E6BE3-6D87-4130-8424-D8E4E9ED6C2A&RenderLoc=0&FlexDataID=3858&PageID=1

KTVL – Students Work on Deer Mockumentary: http://ktvl.com/news/local/students-work-on-deer-mockumentary

South County Spotlight – Not Distracted by Distracted Driving Violations (SOU Student Research Project Featured): http://pamplinmedia.com/scs/83-news/307852-185592-not-distracted-by-distracted-driving-violations

 

News on SOU Environment and Sustainability Initiatives:

Daily Tidings – Ashland Institutions, Residents, Take Strides Toward Solar Power: http://www.dailytidings.com/article/20160517/NEWS/160519844/0/SEARCH

 

News on SOU governance and Board of Trustees:

KOBI – SOU Presidential Search Narrowed Down to 3: https://kobi5.com/news/sou-presidential-search-narrowed-down-to-3-27926/

 

Miscellaneous News:

Daily Tidings – Entre Amigos: Sister City Universities Open New Era of Collaboration: http://www.dailytidings.com/article/20160516/NEWS/160519847/0/SEARCH

The Siskiyou – Showing Pride: http://siskiyou.sou.edu/2016/05/18/showing-pride/

JPR – Jefferson Exchange: SOU’s WRC Turns 40: http://ijpr.org/post/thu-830-sous-wrc-turns-40

Daily Tidings – Students Learn by Telling Personal Truths: http://www.dailytidings.com/news/20160519/students-learn-by-telling-personal-truths

Periodico Correo – Planea Ayuntamiento Viaje a Ashland (Spanish language newspaper story on SOU Guanajuato visit): http://periodicocorreo.com.mx/planea-ayuntamiento-viaje-a-ashland/

AM Guanajuato – Estrecha UG Lazos (Spanish language website coverage of Guanajuato visit): http://www.am.com.mx/2016/05/06/guanajuato/local/estrecha-ug-lazos-282122

The Siskiyou – ASSOU Candidate Learns Perils of Social Media During Election: http://siskiyou.sou.edu/2016/05/21/assou-candidate-learns-perils-of-social-media-during-election/

The Siskiyou – Students Decide that Ball Actually is Life: http://siskiyou.sou.edu/2016/05/23/students-decide-that-ball-actually-is-life/

Daily Tidings – Council Oks Mural on Calle Guanajuato: http://www.dailytidings.com/article/20160520/NEWS/160529960/0/SEARCH

Daily Tidings – A Southern Oregon Wine You Can’t Buy: http://www.dailytidings.com/article/20160523/NEWS/160529954/0/SEARCH

Mail Tribune – School Districts Grapple with Transgender Guidelines; Ashland has Walked the Talk for Years (SOU mentioned): http://www.mailtribune.com/article/20160522/NEWS/160529833/0/SEARCH

Mail Tribune – Students Learn by Telling Personal Truths: http://www.mailtribune.com/article/20160523/NEWS/160529861/0/SEARCH

SOU Joins New Climate Commitment

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(Ashland, Ore.) — Southern Oregon University, along with 90 other colleges and universities across the United States, committed to carbon neutrality and resilience by becoming a Charter Signatory to the Climate Commitment. The Climate Commitment, a signature program of Boston-based nonprofit Second Nature, will require SOU to set climate targets, report on progress publicly, and collaborate with the surrounding community, all while integrating sustainability across the curriculum. To become a Charter Signatory of the Climate Commitment, schools had to sign between October 5, 2015 and Earth Day, 2016.

“Being charter signatories to this commitment further illustrates how seriously SOU takes its commitment to the climate and environment,” said SOU President Roy Saigo. “We are honored to join 90 other colleges and universities in making this commitment.”

The Climate Commitment is one of three commitments from Second Nature. These are known jointly as the Climate Leadership Commitments, and include a Carbon Commitment (focused on reducing greenhouse gas emissions), a Resilience Commitment (focused on climate adaptation and building community capacity), and a Climate Commitment that integrates both.

The Carbon Commitment, formerly known as the American College & University Presidents’ Climate Commitment (or ACUPCC) has a track record of 10 years of success, boasts nearly 600 signatories, and has been used as a model for higher education climate action internationally. The Climate Commitment seeks to expand on that success and integrate resilience into the framework. In the U.S., these signatory institutions become part of the Climate Leadership Network, which comprises more than 650 colleges and universities in every state and the District of Columbia.

The Climate Leadership Commitments have created tremendous impact: A recent study from the University of New Hampshire and facilities solutions company, Sightlines, found that campuses that have signed the Carbon Commitment have 47 percent lower carbon emissions from purchased energy than non-signatories that are doing sustainability work on campus.

Second Nature launched the Climate Commitment on October 5, 2015, along with the Resilience Commitment and the Carbon Commitment.

For a full list of the Climate Commitment Charter Signatories, see: secondnature.org/charter-signatories/

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About Southern Oregon University

Southern Oregon University is a medium-sized campus that provides comprehensive educational opportunities with a strong focus on student success and intellectual creativity. Located in vibrant Ashland, Oregon, SOU remains committed to diversity and inclusion for all students on its environmentally sustainable campus. Connected learning programs taught by a host of exceptional faculty provide quality, innovative experiences for students. Visit sou.edu.

About Second Nature

Second Nature works to proactively build a sustainable and positive global future through initiating bold commitments, scaling successful actions, and accelerating innovative solutions among leadership networks in higher education. The Climate Leadership Commitments are a signature program of Second Nature and include a Carbon Commitment (focused on reducing greenhouse gas emissions), a Resilience Commitment (focused on climate adaptation and building community capacity), and a Climate Commitment that integrates both. The Climate Leadership Network comprises more than 650 colleges and universities in every state and the District of Columbia who have committed to take action on climate and prepare students through research and education to solve the challenges of the 21st century. Learn more at: secondnature.org.

SOU In the News: May 10 – 16

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SOU Student, Alumni, Faculty, and Staff Features:

Daily Tidings – Quills & Queues: SOU’s Tutunov Says Ashland is a Cultural Oasis: http://www.dailytidings.com/article/20160512/NEWS/160519912/0/SEARCH

Great Northwest Wine – Stats Show 2016 Vintage for Northwest Vineyards Off to Record Start (Greg Jones featured): http://www.greatnorthwestwine.com/2016/05/10/stats-show-2016-vintage-for-northwest-vineyards-off-to-record-start/

Mail Tribune – OSF, Wine the Perfect Pairing for Expanding Cultural Tourism (Greg Jones featured): http://www.mailtribune.com/article/20160509/NEWS/160509616

Mail Tribune – Kevin Stine Faces Uphill Primary Battle Against Sen. Ron Wyden (feature on SOU alumnus challenging Senator Ron Wyden): http://www.mailtribune.com/article/20160515/NEWS/160519729

Daily Tidings – Backstage: Ashland High Students Learn the Magic in Storytelling (feature on SOU alumnae Betty Bishop): http://www.dailytidings.com/article/20160515/NEWS/160519877

 

News on SOU Academic Programs:

Daily Tidings – Emerging Media and Digital Arts Students Aim High: http://www.dailytidings.com/article/20160509/NEWS/160509806/0/SEARCH

 

News on SOU Fine and Performing Arts:

Daily Tidings – Fringe Festival Underway at SOU: http://www.dailytidings.com/article/20160509/NEWS/160509807/0/SEARCH

Mail Tribune – On the Fringe: http://www.mailtribune.com/article/20160510/NEWS/160519945/0/SEARCH

The Siskiyou – What the Fringe?: http://siskiyou.sou.edu/2016/05/11/what-the-fringe/

Daily Tidings – Musical ‘The Secret Garden’ Opens at SOU: http://www.dailytidings.com/article/20160512/ENTERTAINMENT/160519996/0/SEARCH

 

News on Recent and Upcoming SOU Events:

JPR – Jefferson Exchange: Learning and Using Math (features SOU Kieval Lecture Series Speaker Keith Devlin): http://ijpr.org/post/learning-and-using-math

 

News on SOU governance and Board of Trustees:

KOBI – Five on 5: Chris Maples, President OIT (SOU president search mentioned): https://kobi5.com/features/chris-maples-president-oit-27256/

Oregonian/Oregon Live – Independence for Oregon’s Public Universities Viewed as a Success, So Far: http://www.oregonlive.com/education/index.ssf/2016/05/independence_for_oregons_publi.html

 

Miscellaneous News:

KTVL – Bike Thefts Season in Swing, But Overall Decrease in Cases: http://ktvl.com/news/local/bike-thefts-season-in-swing-but-overall-decrease-in-cases

SOU to Showcase Student, Faculty Research and Performance Art

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(Ashland, Ore.) —Southern Oregon University is planning once again to showcase student and faculty research and performance art projects during its 9th annual Southern Oregon Arts and Research (SOAR) event, taking place May 16-20 throughout SOU’s main campus in Ashland.

A weeklong event with a program of ongoing concurrent sessions, SOAR brings together an array of disciplines, projects, and displays, with the students and faculty responsible for the work available to discuss and explain it. SOAR participants represent all areas of study at SOU, as well as the many student- and community-oriented programs organized by the University.

“This event is a wonderful experience,” said Kelsie Lawson, undergraduate alum and current MBA student at SOU. “SOAR is an opportunity to view and appreciate the collaborative works of the campus community.”

Among the demonstrations, presentations, performances, and panels to be offered during SOAR week will be “Digital Storytelling: Legends and Narratives at Play,” which will explain how a digital storytelling program at a middle school transformed the students’ learning and simultaneously transformed the SOU pre-service teachers’ understanding of teaching.

“Cascade by Colin Malloy” is a sonic exploration of the Cascade-Siskiyou National Monument. The soundscape is constructed from field recordings made at the monument and the sheet music is inspired by the landscapes surrounding it.

Other highly anticipated presentation are “Beyond the Battered Women’s Movement: Advocating for LGBTQ Survivors of Domestic and Sexual Violence,” and “It’s Not Sexy or Romantic: The Cultural Normalization of Stalking.” The former will focus on the unique struggles faced by LGBTQ survivors of domestic and sexual violence while the latter informs of how media normalizes stalking behavior, sending dangerous messages that perpetuate violence against women and people of all genders.

“There will also be academic presentations on topics including local organic farming, a historical analysis of the use of Indian scouts, enlistment of Native Americans by the US military, SOU becoming the first designated Bee Campus USA in the nation, and much, much more,” according to Lawson. “There truly is something for everybody during SOAR, and far too much going on to name everything.”

Admission to all SOAR events is free and open to the public, and free parking will be available campus-wide during SOAR week. For more information, and a complete schedule of events, please visit www.sou.edu/soar.

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About Southern Oregon University

Southern Oregon University provides outstanding student experiences, valued degrees, and successful graduates. SOU is known for excellence in faculty, intellectual creativity and rigor, quality and innovation in connected learning programs, and the educational benefits of its unique geographic location. SOU was the first university in Oregon—and one of the first in the nation—to offset 100 percent of its energy use with clean, renewable power, and it is the first university in the nation to balance 100% of its water consumption. Visit sou.edu.

SOU Presents 2016 Kieval Lecture Series

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(Ashland, Ore.) —The Harry S. Kieval Lectures Series continues at Southern Oregon University this month with a presentation by Stanford University mathematics professor Dr. Keith Devlin.

Dr. Devlin has written 32 books and more than 80 published research articles. He is the recipient of the Pythagoras Prize, the Peano Prize, the Carl Sagan Award, and the Joint Policy Board for Mathematics Communications Award. He is also known as National Public Radio’s “Math Guy.” Dr. Devlin will give a lecture tailored to the general public on Friday, May 13, at 3:30 p.m. in Room 151 inside the Science Building on SOU’s main Ashland campus.

The presentation, “Too Good to be True? Unravelling the Mystery of Some Recent Studies of Video Game Math Learning” will focus on how video games can help children learn mathematics. The presentation is free and open to the public.

“We know people are sometimes turned off by presentations like this because they assume it will be over their head or uninteresting,” said Dr. Kemble Yates, professor of mathematics at SOU, “but Dr. Devlin is a great presenter and this lecture is specifically designed for the general public. No particular knowledge of mathematics is necessary in order for attendees to appreciate the material, have a good time, and learn something.”

The Harry S. Kieval Lecture Series was endowed in the early 1980s by a generous gift from the late Harry S. Kieval. The SOU Mathematics Department invites speakers to address broad, popular aspects of mathematics with the goal of attracting undergraduate students and the general public to the lectures.

More information on the Kieval Lecture Series is available at www.sou.edu/math/kievel.

Dr. Devlin’s full bio is available at web.standford.edu/~kdevlin.

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About Southern Oregon University

Southern Oregon University is a medium-sized campus that provides comprehensive educational opportunities with a strong focus on student success and intellectual creativity. Located in vibrant Ashland, Oregon, SOU remains committed to diversity and inclusion for all students on its environmentally sustainable campus. Connected learning programs taught by a host of exceptional faculty provide quality, innovative experiences for students. Visit sou.edu.

About Dr. Keith Devlin

Dr. Keith Devlin is a co-founder and Executive Director of the university’s H-STAR institute, a co-founder of the Stanford Media X research network, and a Senior Researcher at CSLI. He is a World Economic Forum Fellow, a Fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science, and a Fellow of the American Mathematical Society. His current research is focused on the use of different media to teach and communicate mathematics to diverse audiences. In this connection, he is a co-founder and President of an educational technology company, BrainQuake, that creates mathematics learning video games. He also works on the design of information/reasoning systems for intelligence analysis. Other research interests include: theory of information, models of reasoning, applications of mathematical techniques in the study of communication, and mathematical cognition. He has written 32 books and over 80 published research articles. Recipient of the Pythagoras Prize, the Peano Prize, the Carl Sagan Award, and the Joint Policy Board for Mathematics Communications Award. In 2003, he was recognized by the California State Assembly for his “innovative work and longtime service in the field of mathematics and its relation to logic and linguistics.” He is “the Math Guy” on National Public Radio.

SOU In the News: April 26 – May 9

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SOU Student, Alumni, Faculty, and Staff Features:

Tigard Times – Tigard Police Offer New Approach to Help Homeless (features SOU alum): http://www.pamplinmedia.com/ttt/89-news/305372-183198-tigard-police-offer-new-approach-to-help-homeless

Oxford University Press – Apology Round-Up: 2016 Presidential Race (So Far) (feature by Professor Edwin Battistella): http://blog.oup.com/2016/05/presidential-candidates-2016-apologize/

 

News on Recent and Upcoming SOU Events:

KDRV – Students Talk to Potential Employers at Career Fair: http://www.kdrv.com/news/local/Students_Talk_To_Potential_Employers_At_Career_Fair.html

The Siskiyou – Hawaii Club Honors ‘Aloha Spirit’ in 20th Luau: http://siskiyou.sou.edu/2016/04/28/hawaii-club-honors-aloha-spirit-in-20th-luau/

Rogue Valley Messenger – Concert to Benefit SOU Service Learning Program: http://www.roguevalleymessenger.com/event/slow-corpse/

JPR – Jefferson Exchange: Following the Flag Into Foreign Service: http://ijpr.org/post/thu-830-following-flag-foreign-service#stream/0

The Siskiyou – Latino SU to Host Dance for Children’s Books: http://siskiyou.sou.edu/2016/05/06/latino-su-to-host-dance-for-childrens-books/

Mail Tribune – ‘The Secret Garden’ Set to Music at SOU: http://www.mailtribune.com/article/20160509/ENTERTAINMENT/160509817/0/SEARCH

 

News on SOU governance and Board of Trustees:

Mail Tribune – Bill Thorndike: Medford is Home, Not a Stopover: http://www.mailtribune.com/article/20160501/NEWS/160509993/0/SEARCH

 

Miscellaneous News:

The Siskiyou – Concrete Breaking Alarm Clock: http://siskiyou.sou.edu/2016/04/27/concrete-breaking-alarm-clock/

KTVL – SOU Newspaper Students Hoping for Community Support: http://ktvl.com/news/local/sou-newspaper-students-hoping-for-community-support

The Siskiyou – Sororities Want in on the Conversation: http://siskiyou.sou.edu/2016/05/05/sororities-want-in-on-the-conversation/

The Siskiyou – Disc Golf Dilemma: http://siskiyou.sou.edu/2016/05/07/disc-golf-dilemma/

SOU Students to Work on Film Shoot

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(Ashland, Ore.) — A group of Southern Oregon University students is getting the opportunity to take a unique look at a local issue that recently made headlines in Ashland: what should be done about the growing population of aggressive deer in the city?

Senior instructor Howard Schreiber, who teaches Advanced Production: Narrative Film in the University’s Communication Department is serving as executive producer for a mockumentary-style film designed to spoof the issue.

The Deer Whisperer is scheduled to begin filming at various locations in Ashland in late May and students in Schreiber’s class will have the opportunity to experience filmmaking far beyond the classroom environment.

“One of the main reasons I wanted to launch this project was to provide learning opportunities for my students,” Schreiber said. “The students have been involved in pre-production work, including obtaining the proper permits, location scouting, actor auditions, and more, and now they will get to actually work on an active film shoot.”

The students will assist professionals in the field to make the film. “These professionals will also be presenting and guest lecturing in class, so this really is an immersive experience for the students,” Schreiber said.

Schreiber plans to screen the film locally and enter it into film festivals in the region.

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About Southern Oregon University

Southern Oregon University is a medium-sized campus that provides comprehensive educational opportunities with a strong focus on student success and intellectual creativity. Located in vibrant Ashland, Oregon, SOU remains committed to diversity and inclusion for all students on its environmentally sustainable campus. Connected learning programs taught by a host of exceptional faculty provide quality, innovative experiences for students. Visit sou.edu.

SOU In the News: April 19 – 25

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SOU Student, Alumni, Faculty, and Staff Features:

Daily Tidings – Kaegi Named Outstanding Faculty Member: http://www.dailytidings.com/news/20160418/kaegi-named-outstanding-faculty-member

KTVL – Latino Scholarship Fund Expands: http://ktvl.com/news/local/latino-scholarship-fund-expands

Daily Tidings – Caballito Negro Pushes Flute and Percussion to New Heights: http://www.dailytidings.com/article/20160414/NEWS/160419972

JPR – Jefferson Exchange: Flute + Drum + Learning = Caballito Negro: http://ijpr.org/post/flute-drum-learning-caballito-negro

KDRV – SOU Students ‘Save the Day’ for Cancer Patient: http://www.kdrv.com/news/local/SOU_Students_Save_the_Day_For_Cancer_Patient.html

 

News on SOU Environment and Sustainability Initiatives:

Mail Tribune – Since You Asked: Public EV Chargers Charge Drivers for Charging (SOU mentioned): http://www.mailtribune.com/article/20160422/NEWS/160429882/0/SEARCH

 

News on Recent and Upcoming SOU Events:

JPR – Jefferson Exchange: Celebrating Earth Day with Pollinator Art: http://ijpr.org/post/tue-8-am-celebrating-earth-day-pollinator-art

KOBI – SOU Plans Full Schedule of Events for Earth Week: https://kobi5.com/news/local-news/sou-plans-full-schedule-of-events-for-earth-week-25784/

KOBI – Five on 5: Sydney Lund and Nikki Silva – Southern Oregon University ECOS (interview on Earth Week activities): https://kobi5.com/features/sydney-lund-nikki-silva-southern-oregon-university-ecos-25852/

KTVL – SOU Disc Golf Course Set to Open: http://ktvl.com/news/local/sou-disc-golf-course-set-to-open

KTVL – Earth Day Extravaganza at SOU: http://ktvl.com/news/local/earth-day-extravaganza-at-sou

JPR – Jefferson Exchange: How to Scan the Landscape with Permaculture Eyes: http://ijpr.org/post/fri-8-am-how-scan-landscape-permaculture-eyes

 

News on SOU governance and Board of Trustees:

The Siskiyou – Mad Dash to the End: Finding a President: http://siskiyou.sou.edu/2016/04/21/mad-dash-to-the-end-finding-a-president/

 

Miscellaneous News:

The Siskiyou – Letter to the Editor: Keep Frats Away: http://siskiyou.sou.edu/2016/04/18/letter-to-the-editor-keep-frats-away/

Daily Tidings – SOU President to Visit University of Guanajuato in May: http://www.dailytidings.com/article/20160418/NEWS/160419840

The Siskiyou – Can the Siskiyou Be Saved?: http://siskiyou.sou.edu/2016/04/19/can-the-siskiyou-be-saved/

The Siskiyou – Greek Life Says Brotherhood; Students Say Exclusion: http://siskiyou.sou.edu/2016/04/20/greek-life-says-brotherhood-students-say-exclusion/

Jefferson Public Radio – JPR Wins Regional Edward R. Murrow, Associated Press Awards: http://ijpr.org/post/jpr-wins-regional-edward-r-murrow-associated-press-awards#stream/0

Daily Tidings – Guest Opinion: Campus Paper Doesn’t Need Saving: http://www.dailytidings.com/article/20160421/OPINION/160429968/0/SEARCH

Mail Tribune – The Engine that is Southern Oregon University: http://www.mailtribune.com/article/20160424/SPECIAL/160419986/0/SEARCH

JPR – Jefferson Exchange – SOU Students Work to Save Paper: http://ijpr.org/post/mon-8-am-sou-students-work-save-paper#stream/0