(Ashland, ORE.) — New energy-efficient lights at Southern Oregon University were installed this fall thanks to $50,000 in federal funds awarded to SOU by the Oregon Department of Energy. The project was funded by the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act (ARRA) awarded through the State Energy Program. These funds were designated for energy efficiency and […]
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(Ashland, ORE) – The spring term series of science lectures at Southern Oregon University kicks off this Friday with Jim Christie from the division of clinical biotechnology at the University of Tokyo speaking on the use of nanoparticles in the treatment of cancer. His presentation is April 6, 4:00 p.m. in room 118 of the Science […]
Ashland, ORE – Two researchers who interviewed more than 150 newspaper administrators in every state over 13 months will present “The Transformational Newspaper: Newspapers in the Age of the Internet” at Southern Oregon University (SOU). Paul Steinle and Sara Brown covered 31,000 miles and documented their reports on their website www.WhoNeedsNewspapers.org. Their talk is at 4 […]
Dr. Richard Stallman, who launched the free software movement in 1983, will speak Tuesday, April 3, and Wednesday, April 4, on the SOU campus.
SPOKANE, Wash., March 21, 2012 – Two women faculty from Southern Oregon University have been selected from an outstanding pool of applicants to participate in the National Science Foundation ADVANCE project “Advancing the Careers of Women in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics at Predominantly Undergraduate Institutions through Professional Networks” (ASAP). The faculty are: Carol Ferguson, […]
Projects included Alternative Spring Break, SOU Serves activities in the days before Fall term begins, and individual student contributions.
(Ashland, Ore.) What’s next for the US economy? Find out Thursday, March 15, at 7:00 p.m., as advanced economics students present the results of their forecasting project in Stevenson Union Room 319 at Southern Oregon University (SOU). The students will describe the current status of the economy and explain their analysis of the future outlook. […]
Latino high school students from across Jackson County will gather on the Southern Oregon University campus Friday, March 16, for workshops on leadership, cultural arts and college preparation.
Saladoff’s SOU presentation “Hot Coffee: Is Justice Being Served” is part of the university’s “Civility” campus theme series this year. The SOU film screening and discussion are free and open to the public.
Faculty in the SOU School of Education will collaborate with the department of Educational Methodology, Policy, and Leadership in the College of Education at the University of Oregon to offer a doctoral degree in Educational Leadership (D.Ed.).
Joe Mosley – Director of Community and Media Relations