SOU News Archives

SOU to Hold End of School Year Recycling Event

(Ashland, Ore.) The end of the school year is approaching when, in the past, SOU had to order several large dumpsters to handled what students threw away as they moved out of their residence hall. Much of what has been tossed in the trash is perfectly useful – in some cases unused – clothes, books, […]

SOU Expands Annual Showcase of Arts and Research

Southern Oregon Arts and Research (SOAR) will Feature More Than 100 Academic Presentations, 26 Laboratory and Studio Open Houses, Live Performing Arts and a Student Film Festival

SOU Receives a Third Million Dollar Cash Grant From the Osher Foundation

The Bernard Osher Foundation of San Francisco has awarded the Southern Oregon University Foundation a one-million-dollar cash grant for reentry scholarships.

SOU’s School of Business Receives Accreditation

Both Undergrad and Graduate Programs Receive Endorsement from Global Business Accreditation Organization

Creator of SOU’s Waste Management Project is Ashland’s Conservationist of the Year

SOU student Misty Munoz will be acknowledged at the Science Works Earth Day celebration on Saturday, April 21, as the recipient of the Ashland Conservation Commission’s “Conservationist of the Year.”

Latino Students and Their Families will Experience College Life This Saturday at SOU

April 21st is Latino Family Day for students in grades 8 through 11, providing Latino families an opportunity to become acquainted with SOU and what it offers

Southern Oregon University Deepens Commitment to Sustainability

SOU has recently become a member of the Association for the Advancement of Sustainability in Higher Education (AASHE) to further campus efforts toward building a healthy and just world.

SOU Archaeology Professor to Explore Fort Lane, the Rogue Indian Wars, and their Lasting Impact

Dr. Mark Tveskov, Southern Oregon University Professor of Anthropology, will present “Myth, Memory, and Identity: Fort Lane and the Rogue River Wars” on Wednesday, April 18 at 7:00 p.m. in the Meese Room of the Hannon Library.

SOU’s ‘Civility’ Theme Continues with Spring Term Presentations

Southern Oregon University continues discussing this year’s campus theme “Civility” with a fascinating series of spring term presentations. All presentations are free and open to the public.

Recovery Act Funds SOU Lighting Project

(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 […]