News - October 2013 - Presented
Monday, October 21, 2013
»Dacian Daescu, Mathematics and Statistics faculty, presented his research titled “Adjoint Estimation of the Forecast Impact of Observation Error Correlations Derived from A Posteriori Covariance Diagnosis” to the sixth World Meteorological Organization Sy
»Jennifer Dill, Urban Studies faculty, presented an invited talk titled “Peer-to-Peer Carsharing: Early Insights from Portland, OR” at the Shared Use Mobility Summit, held in San Francisco on Oct. 10-11.
»Alastair Hunt, English faculty, presented “The Politics of Personification” at The Exceptional Animal Conference held at Oxford Brookes University in Oxford, United Kingdom, Sept. 6.
»Priya Kapoor, Communication faculty, chaired a panel titled “Community and Activist Media and Global Youth Movements: Studies from the Global South” and presented a paper titled “Community and Transnational Media Trajectories: Community Radio in India and
»Sarah Key-DeLyria, Speech and Hearing Sciences faculty, presented "Executive Functions and Sentence Comprehension" at the Oregon Speech-Language & Hearing Association Annual Conference in Salem, Oct. 11-12.
»Andy McMillin, Speech and Hearing Sciences faculty, presented “Beyond Disfluencies: Measuring the Entire Stuttering Disorder” at the Oregon Speech-Language & Hearing Association Annual Conference 2013 in Salem, Oct. 11-12.
»DeLys Ostlund, World Languages and Literatures faculty, presented “When Does La Celestina Stop Being La Celestina?: Adapting a Classical Spanish Text” at the 67th Annual Rocky Mountain Modern Language Association Convention in Vancouver, Wash., on Oct. 12
»Liane O'Banion, Learning Center faculty, presented “How Learning Centers Can Partner to Foster Student Veterans' Success in College” at the National College Learning Center Association's 29th annual conference in Charleston, S.C., on Sept. 25.
»Deborah Peterson, Educational Leadership and Policy faculty, presented “Responding to Racial Violence in Schools: Empowering Students, Families, and the Community” at the Teaching With Purpose Conference, co-sponsored by the Graduate School of Education,
»J.J.P. Veerman, Mathematics and Statistics faculty, gave two public lectures on synchronization of multiple agent systems at the University of Salerno and the University of Naples Federico II in Italy in September.