SOU In the News: Nov. 22 – 28

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Biomass Magazine – SOU Considers Biomass Conversion: http://biomassmagazine.com/articles/11243/southern-oregon-university-considers-biomass-conversion

Mail Tribune – Dry Future for McNeal Pavilion: http://www.mailtribune.com/article/20141124/NEWS/141129853/0/SEARCH

Stevens Point Journal Media – Chevrolet Helps Colleges Reduce Carbon Footprint: http://www.stevenspointjournal.com/story/life/2014/11/21/chevrolet-helps-colleges-reduce-carbon-footprint/19344667/

Daily Tidings – SOU Honors College Team Takes on Food Bank Project: http://www.dailytidings.com/article/20141124/NEWS/141129894/0/SEARCH

The Oregonian – SOU Athletic Complex Plan Eliminates Pool, Upsetting Swimmers: http://www.oregonlive.com/pacific-northwest-news/index.ssf/2014/11/southern_oregon_universitys_at.html

Philadelphia Inquirer – When an Apology Falls Short of Remorse (cites Dr. Edwin Battistella and his recent book): http://www.philly.com/philly/news/20141124_When_an_apology_really_isn_t.html

Daily Tidings – Our View: Pool is Not a Priority (Editorial): http://www.dailytidings.com/article/20141126/OPINION/141129868/0/SEARCH

Bend Bulletin – SOU Ditches Swimming Pool: http://www.bendbulletin.com/localstate/2622943-151/sou-ditches-swimming-pool#

SOU In the News: Nov. 15 – 21

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KTVL – SOU Takes Stand Against Domestic Violence: http://www.ktvl.com/shared/news/top-stories/stories/ktvl_sou-takes-stand-against-domestic-violence-14652.shtml

Oregon Public Broadcasting – SOU Wants to Lead Pacific Northwest in Campus Biomass (note audio link on site): http://earthfix.opb.org/energy/article/southern-oregon-university-wants-to-lead-pacific-n/

Jefferson Public Radio (Jefferson Exchange Program) – SOU’s Pleasant Enrollment Surprise (link to audio of interview with Dr. Saigo included): http://ijpr.org/post/sous-pleasant-enrollment-surprise

Jefferson Public Radio – SOU Wants to Lead Pacific Northwest in Campus Biomass (same story as above, only on the JPR site): http://earthfix.ijpr.org/energy/article/southern-oregon-university-wants-to-lead-pacific-n/

Mail Tribune – ‘Red Nose’ a Raucous, Edgy Romp: http://www.mailtribune.com/article/20141114/ENTERTAINMENTLIFE/141119759/0/SEARCH

The Jacksonville Review – Making Clarinet Cool! (Performance review): http://jacksonvillereview.com/making-clarinet-cool/

The Energy Source – SOU Wants to Lead Pacific Northwest in Campus Biomass: http://theenergysource.org/133707-southern-oregon-university-wants-to-lead-pacific-northwest-in-campus-biomass-jefferson-public-radio

TheFire.org – Oregon Law Enforcement Works with University Toward Better Response to Sexual Assault Allegations: http://www.thefire.org/oregon-law-enforcement-works-university-toward-better-response-sexual-assault-allegations/

Oxford University Press Blog – Edwin Battistella’s Words: http://blog.oup.com/2013/11/edwin-battistella-new-words-creation-woty-2013/

Mail Tribune – Local Farmers Need More Products in Grocery Stores (article based on results of SOU study): http://www.mailtribune.com/article/20141117/NEWS/141119741

Fastlane.com – Colleges Get Chevy Support for Clean Energy Effort: https://fastlane.gm.com/2014/11/18/colleges-get-chevy-support-clean-energy-efforts/

Chevrolet – Chevrolet Helps 11 Colleges Reduce Their Carbon Footprint: http://media.chevrolet.com/media/us/en/chevrolet/news.detail.html/content/Pages/news/us/en/2014/Nov/1118-clean-campus.html

Green Building Information Gateway – Join the Clean Energy Conversation at #CleanEnergyU: http://insight.gbig.org/join-the-clean-energy-conversation-at-cleanenergyu/

KOBI – Universities Keeping Marijuana Policies: http://kobi5.com/component/zoo/item/universities-keeping-their-marijuana-policies.html#.VGzWRYf0QaA

KTVL – SOU Still Not Allowing Marijuana On Its Campus: http://www.ktvl.com/shared/news/top-stories/stories/ktvl_southern-oregon-university-not-allowing-marijuana-its-campus-14674.shtml

3BL Media – Colleges Get Chevy Support for Clean Energy Efforts: http://3blmedia.com/News/Colleges-Get-Chevy-Support-Clean-Energy-Efforts

Paddock Talk – Chevrolet Helps 11 Colleges Reduce Their Carbon Footprint: http://paddocktalk.com/news/html/story-268143.html

Mail Tribune – Les AuCoin Recommended for State Board: http://www.mailtribune.com/article/20141120/NEWS/141129933/0/SEARCH

Daily Tidings – The Future of SOU’s McNeal Pavilion Doesn’t Include a Pool: http://www.dailytidings.com/article/20141120/NEWS/141129956/0/SEARCH

Daily Tidings – Guest Opinion: Save the SOU Swimming Pool: http://www.dailytidings.com/article/20141121/OPINION/141129971/0/SEARCH

The Siskiyou – Free Speech Flap Ending: http://siskiyou.sou.edu/2014/11/20/free-speech-flap-ending/

KOBI – SOU Working on New Free Speech Policy: http://kobi5.com/news/local-news/item/sou-s-new-free-speech-policies-established-before-winter-break.html#.VG9lbof0QaA

The Oregonian – Les AuCoin, Jeremy Nootenboom, and Bill Thorndike Make SOU News: http://www.oregonlive.com/business/index.ssf/2014/11/les_aucoin_and_jeremy_nootenbo.html

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(Ashland, Ore.) – The Music program of the Oregon Center for the Arts at Southern Oregon University presents “A Rose in Winter,” a delightful mix of carols old and new, performed by the SOU Concert Choir and Chamber Choir on Sunday, December 7 at 3:00 p.m. in the SOU Music Recital Hall.

“A Rose in Winter” is a beautiful concert of Christmas music featuring the lovely German chorale “Lo how a Rose,” in settings by Michael Praetorius and award-winning Swiss composer, Jan Sandstöm; the virtuosic “Ave Eva” by the Slovakian composer Ivan Hrušovský; two lyrical settings of “There is no Rose” by Robert Young and Paul Hillier; two settings of “O Magnum Mysterium,” by Australian sensation David Childs and Swiss composer Ivo Antognini; Christmas motets by Hans Leo Hassler as well as a bouquet of traditional carols and spirituals from around the world.

“This concert will be a family favorite of the season. There will be warm, familiar pieces for the nostalgic lover of traditional Christmas music,” said director Dr. Paul French, “intermingled with unique, less familiar selections from around the world. This is a concert that will offer something that pleases everyone.”

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French is the Director of Choral/Vocal Studies at Southern Oregon University and Artistic Director/Conductor of the Southern Oregon Repertory Singers. French has extensive professional experience as singer, conductor and educator. A great advocate of contemporary music, French has commissioned and premiered over 40 new choral works and is also active in performing rare and seldom-heard compositions. In recent years, French has devoted special attention to the performance of Renaissance and Baroque music, and his performance of the Bach “Mass in b minor” was described as “beautiful and inspiring” by internationally known soprano, Julianne Baird. In 2012, iconic composer Morten Lauridsen praised French and the SOU Chamber choir as “brilliant and superb… in the top rank of university chamber choirs in the United States.”

Tickets are $10 general admission, $5 for senior citizens and free to full-time students. The Performing Arts Box Office is located in the Music Recital Hall lobby. Box office hours are noon to 6 p.m. Monday through Friday and two hours prior to each performance. Tickets can be purchased with a credit card over the phone by calling 541-552-6348 or online at sou.edu/performingarts. Contact the box office for discounts offered to SOU alumni, Osher Lifelong Learning Institute participants and SNAP/Oregon Trail cardholders.

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 percent of its water consumption. Visit sou.edu.

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SOU Percussion Ensembles present audio visual concert

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(Ashland, Ore.) – The Music program of the Oregon Center for the Arts at Southern Oregon University presents “Contact!,” an innovative, audio visual experience performed by the SOU Percussion Ensembles on Friday, December 5 at 7:30 pm in the SOU Music Recital Hall.

“Contact!” is inspired thematically by the piece, “Contactual Constellations,” composed by Bryan Jeffs, SOU adjunct faculty and an alumnus of the SOU Music program. “Contactual Constellation” features graphic musical scores manufactured onto bass drum heads, played upon by the performers, captured in real time and projected for the audience. The ensembles are directed by Dr. Terry Longshore, director of percussion studies at Southern Oregon University,

“Seeing the musical score, while hearing it being played, and, in real-time, getting to follow along visually to see how the artists interpret the score is an amazing experience for the audience,” said Longshore. “The SOU Graduate Percussion Group will have just premiered this piece at the Percussive Arts Society International Convention in Indianapolis in November. This concert will be the West Coast debut of this piece.”

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The concert will also include a classic percussion work, “The Drums of Orpheus” by Lou Harrison; “Dance of the Little Fox” by Celso Ruiz for clarinet quintet, arranged by his son, Grant Ruiz, a local flamenco guitarist, for three marimbas and vibraphone; “Reunion,” a new piece for marimba ensemble, written in the style of the Zimbabwe marimba tradition by Lucas Sennhauser, a SOU freshman music major; “Akadinda Trio” by Emmanual Séjourné, for marimba trio in the Uganda “Akadinda” style; “Piru Bole,” a hand drum ensemble piece by John Bergamo, featuring guest artist Daniel Kennedy from California State University, Sacramento; and “Tin Play” by Per Andreasson for percussion quartet.

For lovers of the “Rebel Frog” series composed by Bryan Jeffs, the Percussion Ensembles will introduce “The Rebel Frog Wassails.” Longshore characterizes it as “Frank Zappa meets Christmas music.”

Tickets are $10 general admission, $5 for senior citizens and free to full-time students. The Performing Arts Box Office is located in the Music Recital Hall lobby. Box office hours are noon to 6 p.m. Monday through Friday and two hours prior to each performance. Tickets can be purchased with a credit card over the phone by calling 541-552-6348 or online at sou.edu/performingarts. Contact the box office for discounts offered to SOU alumni, Osher Lifelong Learning Institute participants and SNAP/Oregon Trail cardholders.

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 percent of its water consumption. Visit sou.edu.

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Governor Recommends Additional SOU Board Members

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(Ashland, Ore.) — Oregon Governor John Kitzhaber has recommended for confirmation two individuals to serve on the Southern Oregon University Board of Trustees. Once confirmed by the Oregon Senate, Les AuCoin and Jeremy Nootenboom will complete the 15-member board.

AuCoin, a former U.S. Congressman, has been nominated to serve on the SOU Board of Trustees for a four-year term. In addition to representing Oregon’s 1st Congressional District from 1975 to 1993, AuCoin held the Glenn L. Jackson Visiting Professorship of Government and Business Ethics at SOU from 1998 to 2004. During that time he was named Outstanding Professor by the SOU chapter of Phi Kappa Phi, the oldest, largest, and most selective all-discipline honor society for public colleges and universities in the United States.

The Honorable Les AuCoin has served on many boards, including the Federal Home Loan Bank of Seattle Board of Directors and the Pacific University Board of Trustees, among others. He has held various positions in university administration as well. He is the author of two books of non-fiction and his op-eds and essays have been printed in numerous publications, including the New York Times, the Washington Post, the Portland Oregonian and the Seattle Times.

“Mr. AuCoin brings great breadth and depth of knowledge and experience to our board,” said SOU President Roy Saigo. “His previous tenure at SOU as Visiting Professor also equips him with valuable knowledge of the University.”

Nootenboom has been nominated by Governor Kitzhaber to serve in a board seat reserved for a current SOU student. Students serving on the SOU Board of Trustees are appointed to fulfill a two-year term.

“It’s very important to have a student voice on the Board of Trustees,” Dr. Saigo said. “The collective knowledge and expertise of our Board of Trustees is extremely impressive. We are excited for our board to formally take over governance of the University in July.” In April, the Oregon State Board of Higher Education endorsed the creation of an institutional board for SOU.

Also this week, Governor Kitzhaber appointed current SOU board member Bill Thorndike, Jr. to the State Board of Higher Education. In that capacity, Thorndike will assist in the governance transition from the State Board to the SOU Board. The State Board will sunset on June 30, 2015 and the SOU Board will assume its governing role on July 1, 2015.

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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.

Honors College at SOU Students Serve Community

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(Ashland, Ore.) — Forty-seven students from the Honors College at Southern Oregon University traveled to Portland recently, where they—along with approximately 1,000 other volunteers—participated in the Table For Two event held at Freeman Motor Company.

The students and other volunteers collectively packaged approximately 260,000 meals, each containing a nutritional combination of beans, rice, soy, and vitamins. Half of the meals went to the Oregon Food Bank, while half are destined for Rwanda. Honors College at SOU students partnered with two service organizations, Numana and Africa New Life, which provided funding for the purchase of the bulk food supplies and transportation of the packaged food.

“An integral aspect of the Honors College curriculum is community service,” according to Dr. Ken Mulliken, Director of the Honors College at SOU. “In addition to being a learning experience, this was very meaningful service for these students.”

The Honors College at SOU, now in its second year, accepts students from every major and allows for a customizable academic plan. All qualifying students who are accepted into the Honors College receive a scholarship.

In addition to service to the community, Honors College students also learn outside of the classroom with real-world experiences. “Every honors student works with a community mentor—a local professional working in a field of interest to the student,” Mulliken said.

“This is more than just networking; it’s an exploration of the uncharted world of life after college. Students will graduate with the necessary skills and experience to feel at home in a professional environment,” He continued. Honors College students work with their community mentors on applied research or other project which is then presented to members of the University and community upon completion.

SOU is accepting applications now through Jan. 16, 2015, for the 2015 cohort of Honors College Scholars. High school seniors and graduates, as well as transfer students who have not progressed beyond their sophomore year of college are eligible for consideration.

Priority consideration for admission into the Honors College will be given to those applicants who have a 1,200 combined critical reading and math SAT score with neither section below a 500, or a 27 overall ACT score with scores of at least 22 on both the math and English sections; and a cumulative GPA (high school and/or college) of 3.75 or higher, though Mulliken says students who don’t meet those qualifications are still encouraged to apply. “We look at the totality of each applicant: their personal interests, skills, previous community service, hobbies, and more,” he said. “We want students who will not only succeed academically, but who will contribute to the various aspects of the Honors College experience.”

For more information, or to apply, prospective students can visit honorscollege.sou.edu.

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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.

About the SOU Honors College

Combining real world projects with intellectual rigor, The Honors College at Southern Oregon University aims to provide a challenging learning environment. Our creative curricula will take advantage of the university’s unique location by drawing on the rich natural, cultural, and artistic resources that are Southern Oregon. Visit honorscollege.sou.edu.

SOU Wind Ensemble offers “Seasons Greetings”

 

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(Ashland, Ore.) – The Music program of the Oregon Center for the Arts at Southern Oregon University presents “Seasons Greetings,” a collection of holiday favorites performed by the SOU Wind Ensemble on Thursday, December 4 at 7:30 p.m. in the SOU Music Recital Hall.

This concert showcases the large wind ensemble at Southern Oregon University, under the direction of Dr. Cynthia Hutton. The SOU Wind Ensemble will perform “’Twas the Night Before Christmas,” with Sarah Wright, a Theatre Arts major, narrating the well-known poem. The concert includes selections from the Renaissance composition “Danserye” and “Patapan,” a traditional carol; Russian Christmas Music; selections from “The Nutcracker;” and “Sleigh Ride.” The concert also features the Brass Consort and Siskiyou Saxophone Orchestra.

“All who enjoy band music with a holiday twist will enjoy this concert,” said Hutton. “I especially encourage all members of our community bands and folks who support the SOU wind and percussion collaborations to attend this concert.”

The SOU Wind Ensemble has approximately 45 members and is opened to talented student musicians from all campus disciplines. It is dedicated to the study of a diverse repertoire for winds and percussion from masterworks to recent commissions of new compositions. The SOU Wind Ensemble has performed for the Oregon State Music Educators Association Conference, the Lawrence R. Sutherland Intercollegiate Wind Band Festival, the College Band Director Regional Conference and the Western International Band Conference.

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Hutton is Associate Professor of Music at Southern Oregon University. She teaches classes in conducting, music theory, aural skills, brass methods and instrumental music education. In addition to her role at SOU, Dr. Hutton is the Music Director of the Youth Symphony of Southern Oregon and has served as Conductor of Youth Symphony and Youth Orchestra since 1995. She has served on the boards of the Oregon Music Educators Association and College Band Directors National Association, Northwest Division. As a horn artist, Dr. Hutton is a member of the Rogue Valley Symphony and the RVSO Brass Quintet.

Tickets are $10 general admission, $5 for senior citizens and free to full-time students. The Performing Arts Box Office is located in the Music Recital Hall lobby. Box office hours are noon to 6 p.m. Monday through Friday and two hours prior to each performance. Tickets can be purchased with a credit card over the phone by calling 541-552-6348 or online at sou.edu/performingarts. Contact the box office for discounts offered to SOU alumni, Osher Lifelong Learning Institute participants and SNAP/Oregon Trail cardholders.

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 percent of its water consumption. Visit sou.edu.

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SOU In the News: Nov. 8 – 14

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Mail Tribune – Living with Wildfire (coverage of recent article coauthored by SOU researcher, not news about SOU): http://www.mailtribune.com/article/20141108/NEWS/141109692/0/SEARCH

New York Magazine – The Police Department in Southern Oregon that Plans to End Campus Rape: http://nymag.com/thecut/2014/11/can-this-police-department-help-end-campus-rape.html

Daily Tidings – SOU Eyes Burning Biomass Instead of Gas: http://www.dailytidings.com/article/20141110/NEWS/141119972

Mail Tribune – SOU Considers Biomass Cogeneration Facility: http://www.mailtribune.com/article/20141112/NEWS/141119902/0/SEARCH

Daily Tidings – Our View: Generating a Good Idea (Editorial in support of biomass cogeneration project): http://www.dailytidings.com/article/20141112/OPINION/141119954/0/SEARCH

KOBI – Southern Oregon University Enrollment Increases: http://kobi5.com/news/local-news/item/southern-oregon-university-enrollement-increases.html#.VGN-PYf0QaA

Daily Tidings – SOU Bucks Trend, Increases Enrollment: http://www.dailytidings.com/article/20141111/NEWS/141119953

Mail Tribune – Good News for SOU: Enrollment’s Up: http://www.mailtribune.com/article/20141111/NEWS/141119905

KDRV – SOU Enrollment Up Year-to-Year: http://www.kdrv.com/sou-enrollment-up-year-to-year/

KOBI – SOU Looking at Heating Campus with Leftover Timber (video included): http://kobi5.com/news/local-news/item/sou-looking-at-heating-school-with-harvest-timber.html#.VGTW14f0QaA

Mail Tribune – Our View: Saigo Brings an Energy to SOU Campus (Editorial): http://www.mailtribune.com/article/20141113/NEWS/141119860/0/SEARCH

Daily Tidings – Biomass Could Make University Carbon Neutral: http://www.dailytidings.com/article/20141113/NEWS/141119904

Oregon Public Broadcasting – Rogue Valley Residents Question University Biomass Proposal: http://earthfix.opb.org/energy/article/rogue-valley-residents-question-university-biomass/

SOU Enrollment Increases

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(Ashland, Ore.) — Southern Oregon University has seen its enrollment climb to more than 6,200 students this fall, an increase of more than 1 percent compared to fall 2013. The enrollment numbers represent the first year-over-year increase in fall term enrollment since 2011.

The increase comes despite previous Oregon University System projections that predicted an enrollment decrease for SOU this fall. In order to overcome those dour projections, faculty and staff at SOU worked hard over the spring and summer to identify potential new students. With the enrollment increase, SOU bucks statewide and national trends, where university enrollment has experienced a general decline.

Two major factors in SOU’s enrollment increase are new transfer students and new freshmen coming into SOU. New transfers are up more than 8 percent from last year, while new freshmen have increased by about 10 percent, constituting the largest freshman class in the last 10 years at SOU.

“Students don’t decide to attend SOU by happenstance,” said Dr. Roy Saigo, SOU president. “These numbers reflect a lot of hard work by a lot of people. They also indicate that our programs and faculty are extremely well respected. Students want to learn from the best and leave with a degree that is valued. They know they will find both at SOU.”

SOU is now accepting applications for winter, spring, summer, and fall 2015 terms.

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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 In the News: Nov. 1 – 7

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Daily Tidings – And the Winners Are…Ashland Students (two SOU grads named “Teacher of the Year”): http://www.dailytidings.com/article/20141030/SPORTS/141039970/0/SEARCH

Mail Tribune – Half of Oregon’s Community College Enrollees Need Remedial Classes (SOU mentioned): http://www.mailtribune.com/article/20141102/NEWS/141109943/0/SEARCH

JPR – SOU Considers Biomass (audio of the interview in the link): http://ijpr.org/post/sou-considers-biomass-fuel

Nature – Learning to Coexist with Wildfire: http://www.nature.com/nature/journal/v515/n7525/full/nature13946.html

 

The above was co-authored by SOU’s Dennis Odion. It was covered widely, including by NBC News (http://www.nbcnews.com/science/environment/wildfire-prone-areas-need-learn-live-flames-experts-say-n242081) and others.

Mail Tribune – SOU Presents ‘Drunken City’: http://www.mailtribune.com/article/20141105/ENTERTAINMENT/141109867/0/SEARCH

Daily Tidings – SOU Student Wins Friendship Force Scholarship: http://www.dailytidings.com/article/20141105/NEWS/141109910/0/SEARCH

Mail Tribune – SOU Partners with Local Arts: http://www.mailtribune.com/article/20141107/ENTERTAINMENT/141109866/0/SEARCH

KDRV – SOU Online Accounting Ranked No. 12 in U.S.: http://www.kdrv.com/sou-online-accounting-12th-in-u-s/

KTVL – Magnitudes Increase in Earthquake Swarm (SOU professor interviewed): http://www.ktvl.com/shared/news/top-stories/stories/ktvl_magnitudes-increase-earthquake-swarm-14563.shtml