DEI is looking for donations for this year's Food For Lane County-sponsored Governor's food drive, which runs from February 3 - February 29. Non-perishable canned and boxed goods can be brought to the Center for Multicultural Academic Excellence (CMAE) lobby. The barrel is located next to the front desk. Chocolate bars (milk and dark) from Woodblock Chocolate in Portland can be purchased for $5 each from the CMAE Center Coordinator, Matt Marcott (firstname.lastname@example.org, 6-3347).
Online monetary donations can be made by visiting the DEI Hunger Force page at https://fundraise.foodforlanecounty.org/team/274656. Please join us and help reduce food insecurity around Lane County!
Let’s Talk is a free and confidential service where UO students can stop by for support from a mental health professional in locations across campus. Let’s Talk counselors can provide help with problem solving, as well as provide support, insight, and information about additional resources. Counselors staffing Let's Talk can be found here.
Let's Talk is a drop-in service. Students are seen on a first-come, first-serve basis.
Come ski the slopes of Hoodoo with Jared! Get in on the lowest group rates out there and ski/board your heart out.
Mandatory pre-trip meeting: Thursday, Feb 20 at 4:30 p.m. at the EMU OP Office, Room 008 -- (NOT the barn).
At the pre-trip meeting, the trip will be discussed, questions answers, and spots on the trip paid for. People earn a spot on the trip based on when they sign up here online.
If you earn a space on the trip, you’re expected to pay CASH at the pre-trip meeting. First 10 sign-ups will have priority.
The base fare is $10 gas + $44 lift ticket = $54 CASH
Need rentals? Add $18 to the base fare and pay $72 CASH at the pre-trip
Need rentals and lessons? Add $30 to the base fare and pay $84 CASH at the pre-trip
Bring $8 with you for the hot springs!
If you cannot make it to the pre-trip meeting, you can send someone with your money to hold your spot.
If you sign-up, the trip initiator will email you with more details prior to the pre-trip meeting. The trip initiator only handles details of the trip. If you have questions about how to sign-up, contact Liana at email@example.com
Community members contact firstname.lastname@example.org to inquire about signing up.
Stop by the Duck Nest to pet some dogs and destress for the day. We love having the dogs come visit us and they love seeing you!
PAAWS is a Eugene, Oregon based support and networking organization for teams registered or certified with a recognized therapy animal organization.
Join us for the intramural coed volleyball tournament on Saturday, February 22 and Sunday, February 23 at McArthur Court
Each participant can purchase the IM Membership for unlimited intramural access all term for only $10 by going to recweb.uoregon.edu or at the SRC Service Center Desk. After purchasing your membership, you may register your team on IMLeagues.com/uo beginning Monday, January 6 at 9:00 a.m.
The deadline to register for the tournament is Tuesday, February 18.
If you have any questions, please contact Assistant Director for Intramural Sports Sean Graninger at email@example.com
The Department of Biology will hold bake sales on each Monday during the month of February. Bake sales will start at 8:30 a.m. 100% goes to Food for Lane County. The event takes place in Klamath 77. The office is closed during lunch noon-1 p.m.
Diversity and Retention GE, David Furjanic, will be available for peer advising. Drop ins are welcome, appointments may also be made in advance.
Disability access (physical and mental health)
Graduate student life
Transitioning to grad school
Comprehensive exams/advancing to candidacy
Preparing a thesis or dissertation
Professional consulting with community stakeholders
Service not available on 2/7, 2/21, and 3/20.
For more information contact firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com
Graduate students Gina Williamson and Gabriella Luther will present their research with Latino men and eating and body image, and with Latina women and body size perceptions. They will also discuss research with non-white populations regarding body image, the Western thin body ideal, and why BMI is not a good measure of health.
Food and drinks will be provided! This event is free and open to all students, faculty, and staff.
Join the University of Oregon Outdoor Program, as we invite the Outdoor Women’s Alliance for an informational night about the volunteer-run organization. This is a great opportunity to learn how to get involved with OWA: internships, leadership skill-building, professional mentorship, as well as networking with self-identified women professionals in the outdoor industry.
All are welcome to attend! Following the presentation, registration will open for an all-women’s* snowshoe outing led by the UO Outdoor Program, on Saturday, February 29. This trip is open to all students and community members self-identify as women.
Presentation is free!
Cost: For the Snowshoe Outing is $15.00, plus rental price if you need them.
*This is a safe and educational space for all self-identified women, including trans women and non-binary folk.
Sign-up: None required.
Level 1: Designed for beginners: no experience necessary.
Questions about accessibility / your ability to participate? Email OPCPC@uoregon.edu