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SOU Economics Students Present This Year’s Macro Forecast

 (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 Conference Coming to SOU

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.

Award Winning Documentary “Hot Coffee” to Show at SOU

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.

SOU School of Education and the University of Oregon Work Together to Deliver Education Doctoral Program

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.).

SOU History Professor to Explore the Past, Present and Future of the Middle East

Professor Harrison will review the history of the region from the pharaohs to the sultans, shahs and kings, through the colonial rule of the British and French, and to the dynastic dictators who followed and led to the people’s revolutions of the Arab Spring of 2011.

Global Drummers Alliance for Hunger Relief to Host ‘Hunger Beat-Down’ on January 14th, 2012

In Ashland, the drumming will be led by Dr. Terry Longshore.

SOU Foundation Awards Scholarships to Single Mothers

The Columbia Pacific Foundation creates three $3,000 scholarships for single moms (Ashland, Ore.) — The SOU Foundation awarded three new Columbia Pacific Foundation Scholarships this month—funds that will help three single mothers attend college. Business administration junior Daniella Bivens (Grants Pass) and graduate students Johanna Morris, a special education student (Klamath Falls) and interdisciplinary studies […]

Three SOU Professors Awarded Presidential Funds for Research, Creative Work

(Ashland, Ore.) — An international study of teen bullying, an artist-in-residence program in Budapest and a live art performance in New York—these are just three of the scholarly and creative projects that Southern Oregon University faculty are pursuing. Because of the significance of these projects nationally and internationally, SOU President Mary Cullinan chose them as […]

Osher Foundation Ups SOU’s OLLI Endowment to $2 Million

(Ashland, Ore.) — The Bernard Osher Foundation of San Francisco has awarded the Osher Lifelong Learning Institute (OLLI) at Southern Oregon University (SOU) an additional $1 million endowment. The news came to SOU President Mary Cullinan in a phone call from Osher Foundation President Mary Bitterman. “The Osher Foundation is so strongly supportive of OLLI,” says […]