Are you interested in attending law school? Want a chance to network with local attorneys and judges? Do you want to be connected to resources and people at PSU and in the community that will help?
Apply for our Explore the Law program. The program is for diverse PSU students to explore, prepare for and pursue careers in law. This program is a partnership between Portland State University, the Oregon State Bar and the Multnomah Bar Association.
Award ceremony and reception for "Everybody Reads" short story contest winners, hosted by PSU's Native American Student and Community Center.
Winners will read from their work.
March 11 at 5 pm will be held at the Native American Student and Community Center.
"Sherman Alexie: A Literary Roundtable": Portland State literature professors discuss The Absolutely True Diary of a Part-Time Indian, as well as some of Alexie’s short fiction. Sunday, February 3, 2-3:30 pm
"Taking Flight with Sherman Alexie's Native Slipstream": Dr. Cornel Pewewardy and faculty from PSU's Indigenous Nations Studies Program discuss contexts for Alexie's work. Tuesday, February 5, 6:30-8pm
WHAT Hosted by the Diversity Action Council and facilitated by Dr. Samuel D. Henry -- all PSU students, faculty, staff, and community leaders are invited to join PSU’s Diversity Action Council in this facilitated dialogue aimed at developing better (best) practices on race matters between the University and its communities of color.