News - April 2014 - Presented
Monday, April 28, 2014
»Heejun Chang, Geography faculty, gave a presentation, titled “Ecosystem Services and Scale: A Geographical Approach,” at the Association of American Geographers Annual Meeting in Tampa, Fla., April 10.
»Dave Ervin, Institute for Sustainable Solutions faculty, delivered the 25th Annual David W. Staniforth Memorial Lecture, “Herbicide Resistance: Will Voluntary Measures Work or Is Regulation Inevitable?” at Iowa State University, April 15.
»Mel Gurtov, Political Science emeritus faculty, organized and presented on China’s perspective at the World Affairs Council of Oregon conference, “Pacific Conflicts: China, Japan and the U.S.,” in Portland, April 15; and spoke on his latest book, Will Thi
»Samuel D. Henry, Curriculum and Instruction faculty, was an invited presenter at the “Reconciliation after the Khmer Rouge Regime and The Role of Civil Society Movements on Reconciliation” panel discussion in Phnom Pehn, Cambodia, March 29.
»Tom Larsen, Library faculty, participated in a panel, “RDA One Year In,” at the Oregon Library Association Annual Conference in Salem, April 18.
»Susan Lindsay and Julie Haun, Applied Linguistics faculty, and Lori Barkley and Mary Smith, Intensive English Language faculty, presented a discussion session, “Shared Faculty Governance and IEP Administration,” at the 2014 Teachers of English to Speakers
»Audrey Lingley, Curriculum and Instruction faculty, presented a paper, “Spiritual Development in Developmentally Responsive Practice,” at the 2014 American Educational Research Association annual meeting in Philadelphia, April 3-7.
»Jesse Locker, Art and Design faculty, presented “Powerful and Intrepid Women: Artemisia Gentileschi in Venice,” new findings from his upcoming book on 17th-century Italy’s most celebrated woman artist, at University of Washington in Seattle, May 5.
»Richard Lycan, Geography emeritus faculty, presented “Forecasting Senior Populations” at the Association of American Geographers Annual Meeting in Tampa, Fla., April 8-12.
»Nathan McClintock, Urban Studies and Planning faculty, presented “Sustainability, Sacrifice, and Scale: Residential Gardens in Portland, Oregon” at the Association of American Geographers Annual Meeting in Tampa, Fla., April 11.
»Sue Taylor, Art History faculty, participated in the panel discussion “‘Avant-Garde and Kitsch’ Today,” exploring the legacy of American art critic Clement Greenber, at Blackfish Gallery in Portland, April 19.
»Billie Sandberg, Public Administration faculty, presented the paper “Information and the Everyday Maker” with her co-author, Thomas Catlaw, at the 2014 Western Political Science Association Annual Meeting in Seattle, April 19.