Events On Campus

Resetting the Code is about learning from others. We encourage you to attend events and learn about other cultures, identities, and experiences. Step out; Reset.

May 23
LGBTea Time 1:30 p.m.

Social hour in the LGBTQA3 office in the EMU, with games, crafts, and food. Drop by for snacks between classes, come hangout with us! All LGBTQIA+ individuals and their allies are...
April 25–June 6
Erb Memorial Union (EMU), LGBTQA3 Alliance Office (lower level of the Erb Memorial Union)

Social hour in the LGBTQA3 office in the EMU, with games, crafts, and food. Drop by for snacks between classes, come hangout with us! All LGBTQIA+ individuals and their allies are welcome to join!

In collaboration with the LGBTQIA3 Alliance and LGBT Education and Support Services.

May 24
Peace Corps Application Workshop2:00 p.m.

Make your application stand out from the rest. Attend this workshop to learn how to browse Volunteer openings, find the right program, and strengthen your application. You will...
May 24 2:00 p.m.–3:30 p.m.
Hendricks Hall, Room 220 - Career Center

Make your application stand out from the rest. Attend this workshop to learn how to browse Volunteer openings, find the right program, and strengthen your application. You will have an opportunity to ask questions about service, learn steps you can take to improve your chances, and gain valuable tips to guide you through the application process.

May 24
LGBTQIA+ Health Relationships5:00 p.m.

Come participate in a collaborative two-part discussion series on multiple aspects of healthy LGBTQIA+ relationships. Pizza will be provided! Topics covered will include: ...
May 24–31
Erb Memorial Union (EMU), Duck Nest, Room 041

Come participate in a collaborative two-part discussion series on multiple aspects of healthy LGBTQIA+ relationships. Pizza will be provided!

Topics covered will include:
Forming strong relationships in all forms
Navigating conflict
Dealing with microaggressions, bias, and marginalization
Affirming support resources

This discussion will be facilitated by Chris Michaels, a current Doctoral Psychology Intern at the University Counseling Center who provides therapeutic and consultative services to the UO community.

May 24
LGBTQIA+ Healthy Relationships5:00 p.m.

Come participate in a collaborative two-part discussion series on multiple aspects of healthy LGBTQIA+ relationships. Pizza will be provided! Topics covered will include: ...
May 24–31
Erb Memorial Union (EMU), Duck Nest (041)

Come participate in a collaborative two-part discussion series on multiple aspects of healthy LGBTQIA+ relationships. Pizza will be provided!

Topics covered will include:
Forming strong relationships in all forms
Navigating conflict
Dealing with microaggressions, bias, and marginalization
Affirming support resources

This discussion will be facilitated by Chris Michaels, a current Doctoral Psychology Intern at the University Counseling Center who provides therapeutic and consultative services to the UO community.

May 24
Dylan Marron: Conversations with People Who Hate Me6:00 p.m.

Dylan Marron is an IFP Gotham Award & Drama Desk-nominated writer, performer, and video maker. He is the voice of Carlos on the hit podcast Welcome to Night Vale, an alum of the...
May 24 6:00 p.m.–7:00 p.m.
Erb Memorial Union (EMU), Crater Lake Rooms

Dylan Marron is an IFP Gotham Award & Drama Desk-nominated writer, performer, and video maker. He is the voice of Carlos on the hit podcast Welcome to Night Vale, an alum of the New York Neo Futurists, and the creator of Every Single Word (Tumblr's "Most Viral Blog" of 2015; Shorty Award Nominee), a video series that edits down popular films to only feature the words spoken by people of color.

As a writer & correspondent at Seriously.tv Dylan created, hosted, and produced Sitting in Bathrooms with Trans People, Shutting Down Bullsh*t, and the Unboxing series.

He is currently working on Conversations with People Who Hate Me, a podcast where he has extended conversations with some of the folks who have said the most negative or hateful things about him on the internet. It was selected as a "podcast pick" by USA Today & The Guardian.

May 30
From "I" to "We": The Role of the Citizen-Critic7:30 p.m.

Margo Jefferson, Pulitzer-Prize winning writer, cultural critic, Columbia University professor, and author of Negroland: A Memoir. “We The People” is an affirmation, but...
May 30 7:30 p.m.–9:30 p.m.
Lillis Business Complex, Room 182

Margo Jefferson, Pulitzer-Prize winning writer, cultural critic, Columbia University professor, and author of Negroland: A Memoir.

“We The People” is an affirmation, but it’s a provocation too. It provokes each of us as individuals, as “I”s who cherish our particular identities, to think about how those identities can join forces in a community. And by” forces” I mean beliefs, achievements and dreams, but also uncertainties and conflicts: histories and traditions that often clash. “We The People” are a nation of communities and cultures struggling hard to make sense of one another. What kind of “we “ is worth dreaming of and working for?

May 31
Global Perspectives on the Regulation of Hate Speech4:00 p.m.

The Office of International Affairs will host Toby Mendel, Executive Director of the Center for Law and Democracy, for a final presentation in the Freedom of Expression series....
May 31 4:00 p.m.–5:30 p.m.
William W. Knight Law Center, Room 110

The Office of International Affairs will host Toby Mendel, Executive Director of the Center for Law and Democracy, for a final presentation in the Freedom of Expression series. Mendel will look at international law and the approaches of various Western countries when it comes to hate speech. He will highlight the differences and explore the pros and cons of different approaches, looked at through a free speech and more general human rights lens.

May 31
From "I" to "We": The Role of the Citizen-Critic7:30 p.m.

Margo Jefferson, Pulitzer-Prize winning writer, cultural critic, Columbia University professor, and author of Negroland: A Memoir. “We The People” is an affirmation, but...
May 31 7:30 p.m.–9:30 p.m.
White Stag Block, auditorium

Margo Jefferson, Pulitzer-Prize winning writer, cultural critic, Columbia University professor, and author of Negroland: A Memoir.

“We The People” is an affirmation, but it’s a provocation too. It provokes each of us as individuals, as “I”s who cherish our particular identities, to think about how those identities can join forces in a community. And by” forces” I mean beliefs, achievements and dreams, but also uncertainties and conflicts: histories and traditions that often clash. “We The People” are a nation of communities and cultures struggling hard to make sense of one another. What kind of “we “ is worth dreaming of and working for?

Jun 20
Reimagining Sustainability • IAMCR 201812:00 a.m.

We are pleased to invite you to the 44th Annual International Association for Media and Communication Research (IAMCR) Conference at the University of Oregon from June 20-24,...
June 20–24
University of Oregon

We are pleased to invite you to the 44th Annual International Association for Media and Communication Research (IAMCR) Conference at the University of Oregon from June 20-24, 2018.

The conference theme is “Reimagjning Sustainability: Communication and Media Research in a Changing World,” which will not only direct attention to environmental and ecological issues, but also address a broader notion of sustainability, which includes social inclusion and equity.

IAMCR is the preeminent worldwide professional organization in the field of media and communication research, with members from over 100 countries. The association was established in 1957 in association with UNESCO, and we still maintain a formal relationship with the UN system as a non-governmental organization, with Special Consultative Status with UNESCO and ECOSOC.

Jun 20
LGBTQIA+ Survivor Support Group @ SASS6:00 p.m.

Sexual Assault Support Services (SASS) is now offering a support group for self-identified members of the LGBTQIA+ community ages 18 and over who have experienced any form of...
April 18–December 19
Sexual Assault Support Services (SASS)

Sexual Assault Support Services (SASS) is now offering a support group for self-identified members of the LGBTQIA+ community ages 18 and over who have experienced any form of sexual violence in the past or present. The group is held every 3rd Wednesday of the month at our main office. Drop-in basis, no registration required, all SASS services are free and confidential.