News - Presented
Monday, May 2, 2016
»Eric Holmes, Communication and Business Administration adjunct faculty, presented "Common Lore: Folklore in the K-12 Classroom" at the Oregon Council of Teachers of English 2016 Spring Conference, April 30.
»Karen L. Karavanic, Computer Science faculty, presented "Extensible, Performance-Aware, SMM-based Runtime Integrity Measurement," invited talks at New Mexico State University on April 20 and the University of Texas at El Paso on April 22.
»Tom Larsen, Library faculty, presented "Cataloging by the Eastern Sea: Training Librarians in Central Vietnam," at the 2016 Oregon Library Association Annual Conference in Bend, April 22.
»José Padín, Sociology faculty, guest lectured for "Causes of the Puerto Rico Debt Crisis," an event sponsored by the Oregon chapter of Jubilee USA, a civil society movement that focuses on "the cancellation of odious and illegitimate debt that many develo
»Max Nielsen-Pincus, Environmental Science and Management faculty, co-presented "New Approaches for Mapping the Wicked Problem of Wildfire” and "Coupling Human and Biophysical Dimensions of Wildfire to Better Understand Wildfire Risk Mitigation: Results fr
»Elisa Saturno Paasche, World Languages and Literature and Theater + Film faculty, presented a paper titled "Salvo (2013) the New Mafia Genre in Italian Cinema" about the movie Salvo, at the seventh annual Film Symposium on New Trends in Modern and Contemp
»Anousha Sedighi, World Languages and Literatures faculty, presented “Creating Online Content-based Material for Persian: Lessons Learned” at the 19th annual conference of the National Council of Less Commonly Taught Languages in Atlanta, April 24-26.
»Nicole Rigelman, Education faculty, co-presented a paper titled "Developing Mathematics Teacher Leaders: Supporting District-Wide Learning and Systemic Change" at the annual conference of the National Council of Teachers of Mathematics, San Francisco.
»Robert Schroeder, Library faculty, co-presented "Autoethnography: Our Stories, Our Research" at the Oregon Library Association Conference in Bend, April 22.
»Keith Walters, Applied Linguistics, presented "Applying Linguistics in Court Cases Involving Speak-English-Only Rules in U.S. Workplaces" as part of an invited colloquium at the annual conference of the American Association for Applied Linguistics in Orla
Monday, April 25, 2016
»Ginny Garcia-Alexander, Sociology faculty, presented a paper, "Racial and Ethnic Disparities in Desire for Reversal of Sterilization among U.S. Women," at the 2016 Annual Meeting of the Population Association of America, Washington, D.C.
»Susan Conrad, Applied Linguistics faculty, presented a paper titled "Using Word Lists to Evaluate Word Choices in English for Specific Purposes Writing" in a colloquium on Issues in Creating and Using Practical Corpus-based Lexical Lists during the Americ
»Evguenia Davidova, International Studies faculty, presented a paper titled “Nineteenth-Century Balkan Journeys: The Case of Eastern Orthodox Clergy” at the Western Social Science Association in Reno, April.
»John Hellermann, Applied Linguistics faculty; and Steve Thorne, World Languages and Literatures faculty, presented a paper titled “Membership Categorization for the Analysis of Tasks in Place-Based Mobile Games” at the recent American Association for Appl
»Maura Kelly, Sociology faculty, and undergraduate student researchers Mila Buckland, Shelby Hemphill, Sonya Kaidanov and Rachael Anderson participated in a panel on “Doing Gender in Public Spaces” at the Women, Gender and Sexuality Studies colloquium.
»Susan Kirtley, English faculty, presented a talk on "The Hero’s Journey: Finding a Comics Job in the Academy" at the International Comic Arts Forum held at the University of South Carolina, April 15.
»Marilyn K. Moody, Library dean; and Kirk Kelly, Office of Information Technology, presented in a panel titled "Past, Present, and Future of Library and Information Technology Collaboration" at the Northwest Academic Computing Consortium/Orbis Cascade Alli
»Anoop Mirpuri, English and Black Studies faculty, gave a lecture, "Racial Haunting in an Age of Black Ascendance," on April 15 and 23 in conjunction with Profile Theatre's production of Tanya Barfield's play Blue Door in Portland.
»Eva Núñez, World Languages and Literatures faculty, presented "The Case of Caballo: Cracking the Confusion of b & v in the History of the Spanish Language," and gave the invited keynote "Language & Power: Biculturalism and the Discourse of Migration" at t