News - April 2013 - Presented
Monday, April 15, 2013
»Anita Bright, Education faculty, presented the workshop “Taking On Mathematics: How the Common Core State Standards Can Work for English Learners” with graduate students Angela Vargas and Dulce Nash at the Annual Convention of the Teachers of English to S
»Sharon Carstens, Anthropology faculty, presented “The New Generation of Trilingual Chinese Malaysians” at the Annual Meetings of the Association for Asia Studies, San Diego, March 23.
»Christine Cress, Educational Leadership and Policy faculty, presented the invited keynote “A Promising Connection: Increasing Educational Success through Civic Engagement” at the Faculty Professional Development Conference, Eastern Washington University,
»Amy Greenstadt, English faculty, presented a paper, "Unknown Sovereignty: Performative Chastity in Measure for Measure," at the Shakespeare Association of America Conference on March 28.
»G.L.A. Harris and Theresa Julnes Keleka Kaimanu, Public Administration faculty, delivered a paper and presentation titled "The Dumbing Down and Privatization of Higher Education: Are They Mutually Exclusive?" at the American Society for Public Administrat
»Melinda Hutson and Alex Ruzicka, Geology faculty, and student Ryan Brown presented a poster, "A Pyroxene-Enriched Shock Melt Dike in the Buck Mountains 005 (L6) Chondrite," and Ruzicka and Hutson and alumna Niina Jamsja gave an oral presentation titled "A
»Sheila Martin, Institute of Portland Metropolitan Studies, presented "Improving the Flow of Information through Technology Networks: A Case Study of Policy in Slovenia" at the International Atlantic Economic Conference in Vienna, Austria, April 6.
»Meg Merrick, Institute of Portland Metropolitan Studies, presented her paper "Defining, Tracking, and Displaying Regional Equity Conditions: Two Approaches from the Portland-Vancouver Metropolitan Region" at the 43rd Conference of the Urban Affairs Associ
»Jeremy Spoon, Anthropology faculty, presented “Deities Bring Foreigners to See Mount Everest: Tourism, Everyday Buddhism, and Environmental Sustainability in the World’s Highest Ecosystem” at the Everyday Religion and Sustainable Environments in the Himal
»Shelby Anderson, Anthropology faculty, presented “Climate Change and Archaeology in Northwest Alaska,” and, with graduate student Dianna Woolsey, presented “Challenges in the Study of Hunter-Gatherer Ceramics: A Northern Alaskan Case Study” at the Northwe