Events

Feb
08

Visiting Artists and Scholars Lecture Series: Nigel Poor

Nigel Poor's work has been shown at the San Jose Museum of Art, Institute of Contemporary Art, San Jose; Friends of Photography, SF Camerawork, San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, the San Diego Museum of Contemporary Art, Museum…
Feb
10

WRGP Winter Seminar: Perspectives Across the Hydrologic Cycle

Please join us for the upcoming Water Resources Seminar. Naomi Tague of the University of California - Santa Barbara Bren School of Environmental Science & Management, will present “How above-ground forest structure and below-ground water storage interact…
Feb
11

The Untapped Potential of Muslim Women

M. Hasna Maznavi made history by starting the first all-female mosque in the United States in 2015. The Women's Mosque is hosted in a modest, multifaith worship center, where Muslim women and women of other…
Feb
12

CPHHS Research Seminar

"Spatially Varying Effects of Exposure on Adverse Pregnancy Outcomes in Los Angeles County: A Bayesian approach"John Molitor, PhD, Associate Professor of Biostatistics, College of Public Health and Human Sciences Dr. Molitor's research interests include bayesian methods,…
Feb
17

WRGP Winter Seminar: Perspectives Across the Hydrologic Cycle

Please join us for the upcoming Water Resources Seminar. Andrew Long with the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) in Tacoma WA, will present “Tracers applied to groundwater mixing: karst aquifers and Puget Sound research” on Wednesday February 17th,…
Feb
17

Provost's Lecture with Ruth Reichl

Bestselling author, food critic, and judge on Bravo's Top Chef Masters Ruth Reichl is one of the most recognizable and beloved culinary voices, guiding people around the kitchen, showing them what to eat, how to make…
Feb
18

RAFWE

The Research Advances in Fisheries Wildlife and Ecology Symposium (RAFWE) showcases research, extension, and outreach activities…
Feb
18

'By the Grace of God': The Sanctity of English Kingship in the Middle Ages, 1215-1400

Dr. Alexander Brondarbit will be visiting OSU and giving a guest lecture in HST 328 (the History of Medieval Europe).   His talk will be open to the public.…
Feb
18

2016 Starker Lecture Series-Scott Stephens

     Many forests have been altered by 100 years of fire suppression and past harvesting which has increased their hazards and susceptibility to fires with intensities and severities outside of desired ranges. Changing climates have intensified these problems…
Feb
19

CPHHS Research Seminar

"Panel Discussion: Translating Evidence-Based Programs to Practice" Facilitator: Joe Catania, PhD, Professor  of Health Promotion & Health Behavior, CPHH Panel Members: Melissa…
Feb
19

Kenneth Poeppelmeier (Northwestern)

 "The Impact of Local Structure on Transparent…
Feb
22

In-Group Bias, Opportunism, and the First Amendment: Do Justices Defend the Speech They Hate?

In-Group bias theory holds that we humans evaluate our own group, ideological enclave or its members more favorably than outsiders.  We conduct an observational study to determine if Supreme Court justices fall prey to this particular form of bias. …
Feb
24

WRGP Winter Seminar: Perspectives Across the Hydrologic Cycle

Please join us for the upcoming Water Resources Seminar. Catalina Segura, with Oregon State University's Department of Forest Engineering, Resources and Management, will present “Sediment transport modelling” on Wednesday February 24th, from 4 to 5 p.m. in…
Feb
25

The Prayer-Gauge Debate: Prayer and Healing in the Victorian Era and in Ours

In 1872 the English physicist John Tyndall proposed a scientific experiment to test the efficacy of prayers for the sick in which the mortality rates of one group who would be the object of prayers alone would be…
Feb
26

CPHHS Research Seminar

"Improving Diet and Health via Food Systems and Food and Nutrition Policies" Jennifer Otten, PhD Assistant Professor in Health Services and affiliated with the Nutritional Sciences Program and Center for Public Health Nutrition, School of Public Health, University…
May
21

National Get Outdoors Day

The fourth annual National Get Outdoors Day event will be held on Saturday May 21st, 2016 from 10am-3pm at Peavy Arboretum. This free event is hosted by OSU College of Forestry and OSU Benton County Extension, and will…

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