News - March 2014 - Presented
Monday, March 31, 2014
»Annabelle Dolidon and Stephanie Roulon, World Languages and Literatures faculty, presented “How to Improve Learning with Digital Credentials” at the Central Connecticut State University eighth annual Conference for Language Teachers, March 8.
»Jill Emery, Library faculty, presented “When a Collection is Not a Collection” at the Association of Subscription Agents & Intermediaries, London, United Kingdom, on Feb. 24.
»Andy Job, Educational Leadership and Policy faculty, presented “Effective Classroom Assessment Techniques for the Adult Learner” as an invited guest speaker at the National College of Natural Medicine’s Center for Teaching and Learning 2014 Faculty Semina
»Jason Jurjevich, Population Research Center, and Meg Merrick, Institute of Portland Metropolitan Studies, presented a poster, "Visualizing Uncertainty: A User Study of Techniques for Geovisualizing Uncertainty in Survey Data for Urban Planning," at the 20
»Meg Merrick, Institute of Portland Metropolitan Studies, presented "Moving from Measurement to Action: A Reexamination of Greater Portland Pulse" at the 2014 Urban Affairs Association Conference in San Antonio, Texas, March 21.
»Eva Nunez, World Languages and Literatures faculty, was invited by the Department of Foreign Languages and Literatures at the University of Nevada, Reno to give a lecture on “The Most Asked Questions in the History of Spanish,” March 12.
»Inger M. Olsen, World Languages and Literatures, participated in and presented a paper, "Denmark's Colonial Past Mirrored in 'Rejsen til Kærlighedens Ø' by Jette Kjærboe," at the Yale Conference on Baltic and Scandinavian Studies at Yale University in New
»Lee Ann Phillips, Social Work faculty, and doctoral student Jessica Schmidt, with Maylyn Kane, presented “Building Hope and the My Life Project: Supporting Youth in Special Education and Foster Care” at the 2014 Oregon Association of Vocational Special Ne
»Tracy J. Prince, Portland Center for Public Humanities, wrote an op-ed for The Oregonian, “Why Tillicum is the Right Name for TriMet’s New Bridge,” Feb. 27.