News - January 2013 - University Communications
Monday, January 28, 2013
»Lawrence Wheeler, University Honors faculty, spoke on "William Morris and the New Paleography" to the Portland Society for Calligraphy, Jan. 14.
»John Hall, Economics and International Studies faculty, authored a book review of The Economies of Argentina and Brazil: A Comparative Perspective (Edward Elgar Publishing), published in the Journal of Economic Issues, Vol. XLIV, No. 4.
»Nathan McClintock, Urban Studies and Planning faculty, was lead author of the article "Assessing the Potential Contribution of Vacant Land to Vegetable Production and Consumption in Oakland, California,” published in Landscape & Urban Planning, Vol. 111.
»Susan Reese, English faculty, authored "Hope from Fiction, Lakes and Daughters," published in American Dreamers by SHARP/STUFF, a Wieden & Kennedy initiative, Reese was also featured in the November Friends of William Stafford newsletter, which included a
»Michael J. Smith, Education faculty, authored “Matching International Enthusiasm with Diversity Commitment” published in the winter edition of The Journal of College Admission.
»Sergio Palleroni and Teddy Cruz, Architecture faculty, were mentioned in an article published in the Stanford Social Innovation Review about the Rethinking Shelter Project, which inspires Master of Architecture students to create design propositions addre
»Jack Corbett, Public Administration faculty, presented "Estado, Communidad, y la Proteccion del Patrimonio Mundial en Mexico" at a conference of the International Scientific Committee on Archaeological Heritage Management in Cuzco, Peru, during November.
»Jay Gopalakrishnan, Mathematics and Statistics faculty, gave an invited lecture at the Mathematisches Forschungsinstitut Oberwolfach, Germany, in November.
»Sean Gordon, Institute for Sustainable Solutions faculty, presented “Monitoring Watershed Status & Trends: Lessons from the Northwest Forest Plan” at the Oregon Watershed Enhancement Board meeting in Cottage Grove, Ore., Jan. 16.
»Michael Lupro, University Studies faculty, presented “'Just My Job, Five Days a Week:’ Soundscapes of Space Labor in Apollo Era Pop Music” at the Sounds of Space Workshop in Berlin on Dec. 1.