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PORTLAND -- Researchers from Portland State University say the Columbia River has suitable conditions for invasive freshwater mussels to grow if they get a toehold.
April 29, 20136 p.m.238 Smith Memorial Student Union1825 SW BroadwayFree and open to the public.
In a rapidly evolving economy, how are Oregon universities adapting to meet the demands and limits of a changing world?
Watch the webcast live from New York City and join the local food discussion.
When: Saturday, February 16, 10:30 a.m.-2:30 p.m.Where: Portland State University, Parson's Gallery, Urban Center, room 212 (506 SW Mill St.)FREE and open to the public
Portland State University's Master's in Publishing Program and Ooligan Press present
with speaker Eli Horowitz, former managing editor and publisher at McSweeney's
Thursday, February 21, 2013Reception*: 6:30 p.m.Lecture: 7:30p.m.Open to the publicFree, suggested donation on a sliding scale between $5-$10