Skip to main content | text only

To request accessibility assistance
Contact the Office of Disability Services

call(503) 838-8250 VTTY or e-mail ods@wou.edu
after hours assistance and hints and tips

 

Skip to main content

Office of Public Relations

Use Google Translate to view this page in other languages.
Weekly Events Calendar

 

Week Of: April 28 - May 04

04/28 12:00 PM

Lunch and Learn Free workshops provided by WOU's SafeZone: 4/19 - Meaning of the "Day of Silence" 4/30 - "What is SafeZone?" 5/10 - Sexual Violence against the LGBT Community 5/24 - The (OR) State of Marriage Equality 6/3 - "What is Lav Grad?" 6/7 - Riot and Pride: History of Stonewall

- 141

04/28 09:00 AM

Track & Field WOU track & field team at Pacific Twilight

-

04/29 12:00 PM

Lunch and Learn Free workshops provided by WOU's SafeZone: 4/19 - Meaning of the "Day of Silence" 4/30 - "What is SafeZone?" 5/10 - Sexual Violence against the LGBT Community 5/24 - The (OR) State of Marriage Equality 6/3 - "What is Lav Grad?" 6/7 - Riot and Pride: History of Stonewall

- 141

04/29 10:00 AM

Education Career Fair At WOU we connect teaching and learning both in our classrooms and in schools, and we're proud that our graduates are some of the most sought after in Oregon and the Northwest. Register for this fair today through Wolflink! If you are not already a registered recruiter through Wolflink, you must register first, then you may register for the fair. We've been continuously accredited by NCATE and Oregon's TSPC since 1954 and are one of only eight nationally accredited teacher preparation programs in Oregon; our next on-site visit is tentatively set for 2014. In 2008 we achieved accreditation by Council on Rehabilitation Education (CORE). The BA/BS in American Sign Language/English Interpreting program earned full national accreditation through the Commission on Collegiate Interpreter Education on March 31, 2010.

-

04/29 12:00 PM

Social Science Symposium Series: Dr. Joan E. Paluzzi "Tuberculosis on ICE: Intersections between health and immigration policy" For many immigrants, ICE policy (Immigration and Customs Enforcement) and the actions of its agents may play a more pivotal role than that of Public Health professionals in determining the ability of an individual to survive a diagnosis of tuberculosis. Access to the diagnostic services and the therapies necessary to cure diseases like TB are regulated by claims to citizenship or the perceived legitimacy of one?s presence on one side of a border or the other. This privileges determinations of legality or illegality and the enforcement of immigration policies and laws over curative interventions and life-saving interventions. It also fails to take advantage of a critical opportunity to move the discussion of health as a fundamental human right onto center stage in the current health reform debate.

- 105

04/30 12:00 PM

Lunch and Learn Free workshops provided by WOU's SafeZone: 4/19 - Meaning of the "Day of Silence" 4/30 - "What is SafeZone?" 5/10 - Sexual Violence against the LGBT Community 5/24 - The (OR) State of Marriage Equality 6/3 - "What is Lav Grad?" 6/7 - Riot and Pride: History of Stonewall

- 141

04/30 09:00 AM

Track & Field WOU track and field at GNAC Multi Event Championships

-

05/01 12:00 PM

Lunch and Learn Free workshops provided by WOU's SafeZone: 4/19 - Meaning of the "Day of Silence" 4/30 - "What is SafeZone?" 5/10 - Sexual Violence against the LGBT Community 5/24 - The (OR) State of Marriage Equality 6/3 - "What is Lav Grad?" 6/7 - Riot and Pride: History of Stonewall

- 141

05/01 09:00 AM

Track & Field WOU track and field at GNAC Multi Event Championships

-

05/01 12:00 AM

May 1 Intent to Enroll Process for Freshmen Per the National Association for College Admission Counseling (NACAC), admitted freshmen are required to notify colleges and universities of the enrollment decision beginning May 1, 2013. Students admitted to Western Oregon University as a first-time freshman are required to access their WOU Portal to share their enrollment decision beginning May 1. Admitted freshmen were mailed their "Intent to Enroll" packet the week of April 22-27. The May 1 intent to enroll policy does not apply to transfer students.

-

05/01 02:00 PM

PeaceCorps Visits WOU Have you thought about living and working overseas when you graduate? Consider opportunities to make a difference abroad as a Peace Corps volunteer and come to the info session Wednesday, May 1, 2 p.m., WUC Willamette Room. Begin the journey of a lifetime at www.peacecorps.gov/apply and you could be living and working abroad after graduation. Get a jump start on your Peace Corps service by submitting a complete application by May 30 for priority consideration for assignments departing by summer 2014. Peace Corps service has many financial, professional and personal benefits, including a monthly living allowance, medical and dental care, travel to and from the country of service, student loan assistance, and grad school programs, just to name a few. For those attending the educator fair and looking for education opportunities, Peace Corps offers 2 years teaching experience. Not sure if you qualify? With summer approaching, now is the perfect time to use your internship, job or volunteer experience to help you qualify for a Peace Corps assignment. Find out how to strengthen your application or gain experience this summer and over the next year through one of Peace Corps volunteering and service partners.

- Willamette

05/01 06:00 PM

Admitted Student Reception Admitted freshmen from the local area are invited to attend Western Oregon University's annual admitted student reception. Students and their guests will be treated to a complimentary pizza dinner while receiving updates regarding university housing, SOAR and course registration for fall term. Students who have not registered for the event are invited to participate as a "walk-in". Attendees are asked to park in Lot G, which is located behind the stadium, and check-in is scheduled from 6:00 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. outside the Pacific Room in the Werner University Center.

- Pacific Room

05/02 12:00 PM

Lunch and Learn Free workshops provided by WOU's SafeZone: 4/19 - Meaning of the "Day of Silence" 4/30 - "What is SafeZone?" 5/10 - Sexual Violence against the LGBT Community 5/24 - The (OR) State of Marriage Equality 6/3 - "What is Lav Grad?" 6/7 - Riot and Pride: History of Stonewall

- 141

05/02 12:00 PM

Speaker: Seng Kok Ung Note: There will be two speaking events, one at noon and one at 4 p.m. Seng Kok Ung (aka Sam Ung), author of the book, I Survived the Killing Fields, grew up in Cambodia in the city of Battambang, which is in the northwest part of the country. His mother and father owned a small restaurant that supported the family until the fateful day in which the Khmer Rouge took power and emptied all of the cities of people. Overnight they lost everything they had and were thrown into a strange world where Pol Pot wanted to create a true agrarian society, taking Cambodia to what he termed was "Year One." By the end of the Khmer Rouge dictatorship and Pol Pot, 3 million people had simply disappeared. This is where Sam's story starts. He was somehow able to survive and bring many of his family members out of a collapsed nation that was still at war with itself. It is a story of courage and faith and love that sets itself apart. Sam is a riveting speaker who digs deep into his spirit to bring the honest emotions of a man who had to unimaginable things to stay alive in order to help his family in any way he could. Since Sam has seen so much war in his life he speaks about peace and love for your fellow man and has a great desire to do what he can to help bring about healing in the Seattle Cambodian community Please join us as we hear Sam's story.

- Willamette

05/02 03:00 PM

Annual Pastega Awards Ceremony The 2013 Pastega faculty award winners are: Julia Smith (Special Education) - Pastega Award for Excellence in Teaching and Tom Bergeron (Creative Arts, Music) - Pastega Award for Excellence in Scholarship. Julie will present "Stepping Off the Beaten Path: Opening Our Eyes to Diversity." She will be talking about what she has learned about making sure her class lectures and presentation materials are accessible to all students in the classroom, especially students who are deaf or have a disability. Tom will present "A Musical Retrospective," described as some of the bands he has played with and a few of the tunes he has encountered along the way. ** Must RSVP with Julie Harding (hardinj@wou.edu) to attend this event.

- Columbia

05/03 12:00 PM

Lunch and Learn Free workshops provided by WOU's SafeZone: 4/19 - Meaning of the "Day of Silence" 4/30 - "What is SafeZone?" 5/10 - Sexual Violence against the LGBT Community 5/24 - The (OR) State of Marriage Equality 6/3 - "What is Lav Grad?" 6/7 - Riot and Pride: History of Stonewall

- 141

05/03 09:30 AM

Alzheimer's & Public Health: Moving Oregon Forward Participants in this symposium will learn the basics of Alzheimer's disease, why it should be addressed from a public health approach, and how the State Plan for Alzheimer's Disease and Related Dementias in Oregon deals with it. Participants also will provide advice and recommendations for prioritizing actions in the State Plan using the Essential Services of Public Health. National and state experts in public health and Alzheimer's disease and related dementias will be presenting at the symposium. All interested persons are invited to attend - including students, faculty, staff and community members. ** Event is FREE, but registration is REQUIRED. Please register at: act.alz.org/oregonpublichealth

-

05/03 01:00 PM

Baseball WOU men's baseball team vs. Central Washington (DH)

-

05/03 06:00 PM

International Night 2013 Every year, the International Club at Western hosts International Night. The evening includes fabulous performances by students and community members, a global fashion show, and a dinner with delicious dishes from around the globe.

- Pacific Room

05/04 12:00 PM

Lunch and Learn Free workshops provided by WOU's SafeZone: 4/19 - Meaning of the "Day of Silence" 4/30 - "What is SafeZone?" 5/10 - Sexual Violence against the LGBT Community 5/24 - The (OR) State of Marriage Equality 6/3 - "What is Lav Grad?" 6/7 - Riot and Pride: History of Stonewall

- 141





Add an Event
.................................................

Jump to today


.................................................

 

Events Types

Feature coming soon

 

Departments

Feature coming soon

Date: Friday , April 19 (Multi-day event)
Time: 12:00 p.m. - 10:00 p.m.
Location: , 141
Cost: free
Audience:
Description: Free workshops provided by WOU's SafeZone: 4/19 - Meaning of the "Day of Silence" 4/30 - "What is SafeZone?" 5/10 - Sexual Violence against the LGBT Community 5/24 - The (OR) State of Marriage Equality 6/3 - "What is Lav Grad?" 6/7 - Riot and Pride: History of Stonewall
Sponsoring Group: Student Leadership and Activities
Contact Info: 503-838-8659
Event Website: http://www.wou.edu/student/sla/safezone.php#contact

Submit event | contact admin
close window
Date: Saturday , April 27 (Multi-day event)
Time: 09:00 a.m. - 10:00 a.m.
Location: ,
Cost: TBA
Audience:
Description: WOU track & field team at Pacific Twilight
Sponsoring Group: WOU Athletics
Contact Info: 503-838-8051
Event Website: http://www.wouwolves.com/index.aspx

Submit event | contact admin
close window
Date: Friday , April 19 (Multi-day event)
Time: 12:00 p.m. - 10:00 p.m.
Location: , 141
Cost: free
Audience:
Description: Free workshops provided by WOU's SafeZone: 4/19 - Meaning of the "Day of Silence" 4/30 - "What is SafeZone?" 5/10 - Sexual Violence against the LGBT Community 5/24 - The (OR) State of Marriage Equality 6/3 - "What is Lav Grad?" 6/7 - Riot and Pride: History of Stonewall
Sponsoring Group: Student Leadership and Activities
Contact Info: 503-838-8659
Event Website: http://www.wou.edu/student/sla/safezone.php#contact

Submit event | contact admin
close window
Date: Monday , April 29
Time: 10:00 a.m. - 05:00 p.m.
Location: ,
Cost: free
Audience:
Description: At WOU we connect teaching and learning both in our classrooms and in schools, and we're proud that our graduates are some of the most sought after in Oregon and the Northwest. Register for this fair today through Wolflink! If you are not already a registered recruiter through Wolflink, you must register first, then you may register for the fair. We've been continuously accredited by NCATE and Oregon's TSPC since 1954 and are one of only eight nationally accredited teacher preparation programs in Oregon; our next on-site visit is tentatively set for 2014. In 2008 we achieved accreditation by Council on Rehabilitation Education (CORE). The BA/BS in American Sign Language/English Interpreting program earned full national accreditation through the Commission on Collegiate Interpreter Education on March 31, 2010.
Sponsoring Group: SLCD
Contact Info: 503-838-8432 |
Event Website: http://www.wou.edu/student/career/edfair.php

Submit event | contact admin
close window
Date: Monday , April 29
Time: 12:00 p.m. - 01:30 p.m.
Location: , 105
Cost: free
Audience:
Description: "Tuberculosis on ICE: Intersections between health and immigration policy" For many immigrants, ICE policy (Immigration and Customs Enforcement) and the actions of its agents may play a more pivotal role than that of Public Health professionals in determining the ability of an individual to survive a diagnosis of tuberculosis. Access to the diagnostic services and the therapies necessary to cure diseases like TB are regulated by claims to citizenship or the perceived legitimacy of one?s presence on one side of a border or the other. This privileges determinations of legality or illegality and the enforcement of immigration policies and laws over curative interventions and life-saving interventions. It also fails to take advantage of a critical opportunity to move the discussion of health as a fundamental human right onto center stage in the current health reform debate.
Sponsoring Group: WOU Social Science Division
Contact Info: 503-838-8835
Event Website: http://www.wou.edu/las/socsci/

Submit event | contact admin
close window
Date: Friday , April 19 (Multi-day event)
Time: 12:00 p.m. - 10:00 p.m.
Location: , 141
Cost: free
Audience:
Description: Free workshops provided by WOU's SafeZone: 4/19 - Meaning of the "Day of Silence" 4/30 - "What is SafeZone?" 5/10 - Sexual Violence against the LGBT Community 5/24 - The (OR) State of Marriage Equality 6/3 - "What is Lav Grad?" 6/7 - Riot and Pride: History of Stonewall
Sponsoring Group: Student Leadership and Activities
Contact Info: 503-838-8659
Event Website: http://www.wou.edu/student/sla/safezone.php#contact

Submit event | contact admin
close window
Date: Tuesday , April 30 (Multi-day event)
Time: 09:00 a.m. - 10:00 a.m.
Location: ,
Cost: TBA
Audience:
Description: WOU track and field at GNAC Multi Event Championships
Sponsoring Group: WOU Athletics
Contact Info: 503-838-8051
Event Website: http://www.wouwolves.com/index.aspx

Submit event | contact admin
close window
Date: Friday , April 19 (Multi-day event)
Time: 12:00 p.m. - 10:00 p.m.
Location: , 141
Cost: free
Audience:
Description: Free workshops provided by WOU's SafeZone: 4/19 - Meaning of the "Day of Silence" 4/30 - "What is SafeZone?" 5/10 - Sexual Violence against the LGBT Community 5/24 - The (OR) State of Marriage Equality 6/3 - "What is Lav Grad?" 6/7 - Riot and Pride: History of Stonewall
Sponsoring Group: Student Leadership and Activities
Contact Info: 503-838-8659
Event Website: http://www.wou.edu/student/sla/safezone.php#contact

Submit event | contact admin
close window
Date: Tuesday , April 30 (Multi-day event)
Time: 09:00 a.m. - 10:00 a.m.
Location: ,
Cost: TBA
Audience:
Description: WOU track and field at GNAC Multi Event Championships
Sponsoring Group: WOU Athletics
Contact Info: 503-838-8051
Event Website: http://www.wouwolves.com/index.aspx

Submit event | contact admin
close window
Date: Wednesday, May 01 (Multi-day event)
Time: 12:00 a.m. - 12:00 a.m.
Location: ,
Cost: free
Audience:
Description: Per the National Association for College Admission Counseling (NACAC), admitted freshmen are required to notify colleges and universities of the enrollment decision beginning May 1, 2013. Students admitted to Western Oregon University as a first-time freshman are required to access their WOU Portal to share their enrollment decision beginning May 1. Admitted freshmen were mailed their "Intent to Enroll" packet the week of April 22-27. The May 1 intent to enroll policy does not apply to transfer students.
Sponsoring Group: Office of Admissions
Contact Info: 503-838-8601
Event Website: www.wou.edu/admissions

Submit event | contact admin
close window
Date: Wednesday, May 01
Time: 02:00 p.m. - 04:00 p.m.
Location: , Willamette
Cost: free
Audience:
Description: Have you thought about living and working overseas when you graduate? Consider opportunities to make a difference abroad as a Peace Corps volunteer and come to the info session Wednesday, May 1, 2 p.m., WUC Willamette Room. Begin the journey of a lifetime at www.peacecorps.gov/apply and you could be living and working abroad after graduation. Get a jump start on your Peace Corps service by submitting a complete application by May 30 for priority consideration for assignments departing by summer 2014. Peace Corps service has many financial, professional and personal benefits, including a monthly living allowance, medical and dental care, travel to and from the country of service, student loan assistance, and grad school programs, just to name a few. For those attending the educator fair and looking for education opportunities, Peace Corps offers 2 years teaching experience. Not sure if you qualify? With summer approaching, now is the perfect time to use your internship, job or volunteer experience to help you qualify for a Peace Corps assignment. Find out how to strengthen your application or gain experience this summer and over the next year through one of Peace Corps volunteering and service partners.
Sponsoring Group: SLDC
Contact Info: 503.206.2442
Event Website: www.peacecorps.gov/learn

Submit event | contact admin
close window
Date: Wednesday, May 01
Time: 06:00 p.m. - 07:45 p.m.
Location: , Pacific Room
Cost: free
Audience:
Description: Admitted freshmen from the local area are invited to attend Western Oregon University's annual admitted student reception. Students and their guests will be treated to a complimentary pizza dinner while receiving updates regarding university housing, SOAR and course registration for fall term. Students who have not registered for the event are invited to participate as a "walk-in". Attendees are asked to park in Lot G, which is located behind the stadium, and check-in is scheduled from 6:00 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. outside the Pacific Room in the Werner University Center.
Sponsoring Group: Office of Admissions
Contact Info: 503-838-8211
Event Website: www.wou.edu/admissions

Submit event | contact admin
close window
Date: Friday , April 19 (Multi-day event)
Time: 12:00 p.m. - 10:00 p.m.
Location: , 141
Cost: free
Audience:
Description: Free workshops provided by WOU's SafeZone: 4/19 - Meaning of the "Day of Silence" 4/30 - "What is SafeZone?" 5/10 - Sexual Violence against the LGBT Community 5/24 - The (OR) State of Marriage Equality 6/3 - "What is Lav Grad?" 6/7 - Riot and Pride: History of Stonewall
Sponsoring Group: Student Leadership and Activities
Contact Info: 503-838-8659
Event Website: http://www.wou.edu/student/sla/safezone.php#contact

Submit event | contact admin
close window
Date: Thursday , May 02
Time: 12:00 p.m. - 01:00 p.m.
Location: , Willamette
Cost: free
Audience:
Description: Note: There will be two speaking events, one at noon and one at 4 p.m. Seng Kok Ung (aka Sam Ung), author of the book, I Survived the Killing Fields, grew up in Cambodia in the city of Battambang, which is in the northwest part of the country. His mother and father owned a small restaurant that supported the family until the fateful day in which the Khmer Rouge took power and emptied all of the cities of people. Overnight they lost everything they had and were thrown into a strange world where Pol Pot wanted to create a true agrarian society, taking Cambodia to what he termed was "Year One." By the end of the Khmer Rouge dictatorship and Pol Pot, 3 million people had simply disappeared. This is where Sam's story starts. He was somehow able to survive and bring many of his family members out of a collapsed nation that was still at war with itself. It is a story of courage and faith and love that sets itself apart. Sam is a riveting speaker who digs deep into his spirit to bring the honest emotions of a man who had to unimaginable things to stay alive in order to help his family in any way he could. Since Sam has seen so much war in his life he speaks about peace and love for your fellow man and has a great desire to do what he can to help bring about healing in the Seattle Cambodian community Please join us as we hear Sam's story.
Sponsoring Group: Student Affairs Committee on Inclusion (SACI)
Contact Info: 503-838-8652
Event Website: http://www.wou.edu/student/saci/

Submit event | contact admin
close window
Date: Thursday , May 02
Time: 03:00 p.m. - 05:30 p.m.
Location: , Columbia
Cost: free
Audience:
Description: The 2013 Pastega faculty award winners are: Julia Smith (Special Education) - Pastega Award for Excellence in Teaching and Tom Bergeron (Creative Arts, Music) - Pastega Award for Excellence in Scholarship. Julie will present "Stepping Off the Beaten Path: Opening Our Eyes to Diversity." She will be talking about what she has learned about making sure her class lectures and presentation materials are accessible to all students in the classroom, especially students who are deaf or have a disability. Tom will present "A Musical Retrospective," described as some of the bands he has played with and a few of the tunes he has encountered along the way. ** Must RSVP with Julie Harding (hardinj@wou.edu) to attend this event.
Sponsoring Group: Academic Affairs Office
Contact Info: 503-838-8271
Event Website: http://www.wou.edu/provost/office.php

Submit event | contact admin
close window
Date: Friday , April 19 (Multi-day event)
Time: 12:00 p.m. - 10:00 p.m.
Location: , 141
Cost: free
Audience:
Description: Free workshops provided by WOU's SafeZone: 4/19 - Meaning of the "Day of Silence" 4/30 - "What is SafeZone?" 5/10 - Sexual Violence against the LGBT Community 5/24 - The (OR) State of Marriage Equality 6/3 - "What is Lav Grad?" 6/7 - Riot and Pride: History of Stonewall
Sponsoring Group: Student Leadership and Activities
Contact Info: 503-838-8659
Event Website: http://www.wou.edu/student/sla/safezone.php#contact

Submit event | contact admin
close window
Date: Friday , May 03
Time: 09:30 a.m. - 01:30 p.m.
Location: ,
Cost: free
Audience:
Description: Participants in this symposium will learn the basics of Alzheimer's disease, why it should be addressed from a public health approach, and how the State Plan for Alzheimer's Disease and Related Dementias in Oregon deals with it. Participants also will provide advice and recommendations for prioritizing actions in the State Plan using the Essential Services of Public Health. National and state experts in public health and Alzheimer's disease and related dementias will be presenting at the symposium. All interested persons are invited to attend - including students, faculty, staff and community members. ** Event is FREE, but registration is REQUIRED. Please register at: act.alz.org/oregonpublichealth
Sponsoring Group: Alzheimer's Association (National and Oregon Chapter)/WOU Division of Health & Physical Education/ WOU Gerontology Program/DHS/PSU Institute on Aging/OSU Center for Healthy Aging Research
Contact Info: 503-838-8175
Event Website: act.alz.org/oregonpublichealth

Submit event | contact admin
close window
Date: Friday , May 03
Time: 01:00 p.m. - 03:00 p.m.
Location: ,
Cost: TBA
Audience:
Description: WOU men's baseball team vs. Central Washington (DH)
Sponsoring Group: WOU Athletics
Contact Info: 503-838-8051
Event Website: http://www.wouwolves.com/index.aspx

Submit event | contact admin
close window
Date: Friday , May 03
Time: 06:00 p.m. - 09:00 p.m.
Location: , Pacific Room
Cost: $6 Student/$10 General
Audience:
Description: Every year, the International Club at Western hosts International Night. The evening includes fabulous performances by students and community members, a global fashion show, and a dinner with delicious dishes from around the globe.
Sponsoring Group: WOU International Club
Contact Info: 503-838-8425
Event Website: http://www.wou.edu/provost/international/international_club/international_night.php

Submit event | contact admin
close window
Date: Friday , April 19 (Multi-day event)
Time: 12:00 p.m. - 10:00 p.m.
Location: , 141
Cost: free
Audience:
Description: Free workshops provided by WOU's SafeZone: 4/19 - Meaning of the "Day of Silence" 4/30 - "What is SafeZone?" 5/10 - Sexual Violence against the LGBT Community 5/24 - The (OR) State of Marriage Equality 6/3 - "What is Lav Grad?" 6/7 - Riot and Pride: History of Stonewall
Sponsoring Group: Student Leadership and Activities
Contact Info: 503-838-8659
Event Website: http://www.wou.edu/student/sla/safezone.php#contact

Submit event | contact admin
close window
 
Contact

Office of Public Relations 503-838-8208 | or e-mail: visuanod@wou.edu

Western Oregon University | 345 N. Monmouth Ave. | Monmouth OR 97361 | 503-838-8000(V/TTY) | 1-877-877-1593 | webmaster@wou.edu Text only