SOU in the News: March 27 to April 2

Media coverage and relevant mentions of Southern Oregon University for the most recent week

SOU student, alumni, faculty and sta news and features

Whittier (California) Daily News • April 1
Santa Fe High theatre teacher named to national advocacy group for the arts: Longtime theatre arts instructor Alison Johnson earned degrees at Cal State Los Angeles and SOU

Albany Democrat-Herald • April 1
At Our Best (April 1): Cassandra del Nero of Corvallis graduated magna cum laude last June from Southern Oregon University (this story also appeared in the Corvallis Gazette-Times)

Estes Park Trail-Gazette • March 29
Inside People Feature – Ranger has life-long love of National Parks: Kathy Brazelton, a naturalist for Rocky Mountain National Park’s East District, earned masters degrees from SOU in education and plant ecology

Sierra News Online • March 28
A Boy And His Dog And Their Community Service: Joe Campbell will pursue International Studies at SOU after he graduates in June from Yosemite High School

News about SOU academic programs

KTVL-TV 10 • April 2
SOU students preserve artifacts before site construction: Archaeology faculty and students from SOU lead a survey of artifacts prior to infrastructure improvements at Hanley Farm

KDRV-TV 12 • April 2
SOULA leads archaeological survey at Hanley Farm: An archaeological survey at Central Point’s Hanley Farm is led by the Southern Oregon University Laboratory of Anthropology

KOBI-TV 5 • April 2
Archaeological dig at Hanley Farm: Archaeologists and students from the Southern Oregon University Laboratory of Anthropology help survey and preserve artifacts from Hanley Farm

News about fine and performing arts

News – DailyTidings.com • March 29
Embodying the Bard: Geoff Ridden lectures and acts as William Shakespeare in performances at SOU, the Oregon Shakespeare Festival and elsewhere

News about politics, policy and national trends impacting SOU and higher education

KOBI-TV 5 • March 23
Research symposium shares Cascade-Siskiyou ecology: Annual symposium for Cascade-Siskiyou National Monument features research from grad students including SOU’s Kendra Madaras-Kelly

Miscellaneous news

The (Coos Bay) World Link • March 31
Geology lecture series continues April 15: SOU anthropology professor Mark Tveskov to speak April 15 about the archaeology of the Rogue River War

Medford Mail Tribune • March 30
Get Out: Friday, March 31: Kerry Byrne or Oregon Institute of Technology to address conservation efforts for a rare species of milkvetch in a lecture at 7 p.m. on April 20 in Room 161 of the SOU Science Building