Evguenia Davidova, International Studies and University Studies faculty, presented “Doctors Across Borders — Reluctant Revolutionaries? Some Examples from the Mid-19th Century Ottoman Balkans,” at the Association for Slavic, East European and Eurasian Studies in Boston, Nov. 21-24.
J.R. "Jones" Estes and Annie Knepler, University Studies faculty, presented "Teaching Student Resiliency Requires Faculty Adaptability: Two Case Study Comparisons" at the Association for the Advancement of Sustainability in Higher Education conference in Nashville, Tenn., Oct. 6-9.
Evguenia Davidova, International Studies and University Studies faculty, authored an article. “Business Partnerships and Practices from the Nineteenth-Century Ottoman Balkans," published in Turcica 44 (2012-2013).
Christopher Carey, University Studies faculty, and graduate student Lena Teplitsky authored a study, "Child Sex Trafficking has been Described as Domestic Violence on Steroids," released by U.S. Attorney Amanda Marshall and Sen. Ron Wyden in a Portland press conference on Aug. 6.
Chet Orloff knows museums. The historian and professor, who manages one of the largest private collections of art and history in the United States, spent a decade overseeing the galleries as director of the Oregon Historical Society. He spent another decade helping build a virtual museum of cities and linking it to an international group of city museums.
Hear from recently returned PSU student, Marcus Kirlin, about his time at Aoyama Gakuin University in Tokyo, Japan. Learn more about studying abroad in Japan, financial resources, how you can prepare, and more!
Join us for this event on July 17th in Gaiser Hall at Clark College. The event will start at 7:30 (Doors at 7pm) and go to 9:00. We will have time for questions and we will discuss the upcoming Summer Heat Climate Action on the Columbia River that is scheduled for July 27th and which Bill is promoting in his visit to Vancouver.
After 160 years of practice, Portlanders are perfecting — though still learning — some of the complex and interconnected actions it takes to sustain what its founders originally envisioned: an enduring and livable community.