Archaeology Roadshow

Tuesday, June 1, 2021 - 4:00 PM - Wednesday, June 30, 2021 - 8:00 PM
Cost / Admission
Free and Open to Public

Celebrate the archaeology of Oregon and beyond at the 9th annual Archaeology Roadshow, which has shifted to a virtual experience this year. As in past years, the Roadshow will feature dozens of presentations and activities hosted by archaeologists, community members, and students from around the state -- from universities, tribes, federal and state agencies, archaeology companies, and nonprofit organizations.

  • Browse a gallery of 30 "exhibits" (videos and blogs)
  • Tune into 12 real-time lectures and panels during the month of June
  • Explore a dynamic map of archaeological and cultural heritage points of interest in Oregon and our region
  • Meet virtually with specialists in archaeology and geology to learn more about the personal artifacts you have. Stone, bone, woven, plant and historical items are welcome.

All events are free and open to all. The Roadshow kicks off with an opening ceremony on June 1 at 4 p.m.

Visit the Archaeology Roadshow website for more information, including how to register for events and get updates over the month of June.

Student holding a shovel artifact recovered from gold mining complex

Upcoming events

Research Town Hall: Co-Occupying Campus Spaces

With students and faculty members returning to campus for research and creative activities, it is inevitable that there will be some overlap with the…
Add to my Calendar 2020-10-15 15:00:00 2020-10-15 16:00:00 Research Town Hall: Co-Occupying Campus Spaces With students and faculty members returning to campus for research and creative activities, it is inevitable that there will be some overlap with the university's essential workforce. Staff members from PSU's Environmental Health & Safety unit, Facilities Management, and Campus Public Safety Office are hard at work ensuring campus facilities are safe and operating properly. Given the necessary overlap, it is critical that we implement practices to improve communications among students, faculty, and staff working on campus to ensure experiments and other work in progress are not disrupted. At our next research town hall meeting, we will discuss protocols for implementing strategies that will result in improved communications between lab and studio managers and staff to assure all parties know when campus spaces will be occupied. We invite you to attend and learn how these new procedures will be implemented. To help facilitate this process it is imperative that PIs and lab or studio managers provide information about the campus spaces they and their staff and students occupy. Please do so by submitting this form. If you are a student, faculty, or staff member and would like to attend the town hall please submit this form.   Research Town Hall: Co-Occupying Campus Spaces Thursday, October 15, 2020 3:00 - 4:00 p.m.Register to AttendSubmit Your Lab/Creative Space Information   Presenters: Jason Podrabsky, Interim Vice President, Research & Graduate Studies Jeffery Rook, Director, Environmental Health & Safety Willie Halliburton, Police Sergent, Campus Public Safety Office Heather Randol, Director, Facilities & Property Management Virtual Zoom Meeting research@pdx.edu research@pdx.edu America/Los_Angeles public

NIH Virtual Seminar on Program Funding and Grants Administration

If you’re new to working with the NIH grants process as an investigator or administrator, then mark your calendar for Tuesday, October 27 – Friday,…
Add to my Calendar 2020-10-27 13:00:00 2020-10-30 17:00:00 NIH Virtual Seminar on Program Funding and Grants Administration If you’re new to working with the NIH grants process as an investigator or administrator, then mark your calendar for Tuesday, October 27 – Friday, October 30 for a unique opportunity to learn, share and meet virtually with NIH and HHS experts. The NIH is offering a virtual seminar that you won’t want to miss! Here are our top five reasons: #1: Four days of sessions with live and simu-live sessions, as well as an on-demand video library #2: Three tracks designed around grants policies, processes, case-studies and Q&As #3: Live chats one-on-one with NIH & HHS experts on the grants process and policies #4: Downloadable resources to reuse and/or share with others at your institution #5: Registration is free! Yes, you read it right. Are you excited yet? Keep tabs on the latest registration and agenda updates, as well as sign up for our LISTSERV, on the NIH Regional Seminar Home Page. We hope to “see” you there!   The National Institutes of Health is pleased to provide you with this unique, virtual opportunity to learn, share and meet with NIH and HHS experts, as well as with your peers from across the globe. This event is intended to help: Demystify the application and review process; Clarify federal regulations and policies; and Highlight current areas of special interest or concern. Who Should Attend? This seminar is designed for those who are new to working with NIH grants. Administrators, early stage investigators, researchers, graduate students are all encouraged to attend. For those with more experience, NIH experts provide a few sessions that are designed for participants that are more advanced and are focused on more in-depth policies and processes.   Event is FREE Review agenda and Register: https://nihvirtualseminar2020.vfairs.com/en/registration Virtual Seminar research@pdx.edu research@pdx.edu America/Los_Angeles public

NSF BIO-wide Virtual Office Hours

Migration to Research.gov October 19, 2020 11:00 AM  to  October 22, 2020…
Add to my Calendar 2020-10-19 11:00:00 2020-10-22 16:00:00 NSF BIO-wide Virtual Office Hours Migration to Research.gov October 19, 2020 11:00 AM  to  October 22, 2020 4:00 PM Online Save the Date As highlighted in Important Notice No. 147 and detailed in a recent Dear Colleague Letter (NSF 20-129), in accordance with NSF's proposal submission modernization effort, the Directorate for Biological Sciences (BIO) will implement a requirement for submission of full proposals via Research.gov (or Grants.gov) for BIO solicitations that accept proposal submission at any time, i.e., have no deadlines. This is the first phase in an eventual shift to all proposals being submitted via Research.gov (or Grants.gov) instead of in FastLane.  To support the community through this migration, we are offering a series of BIO-wide virtual office hours during which high-level information about the process will be provided and as an opportunity for the community to ask questions of BIO program officers. The virtual office hours will occur: Mon, Oct 19, 2020, 11:00 AM – 12:00 PM EDT Tues, Oct 20, 2020, 10:00 AM – 11:00 AM EDT Wed, Oct 21, 2020, 1:00 PM – 2:00 PM EDT Thurs, Oct 22, 2020, 3:00 PM – 4:00 PM EDT To register, please visit https://nsf.zoomgov.com/webinar/register/WN_-pXaabftTeiF2phfTaDxIw. Please only register to attend one session. Meeting Type Outreach Contacts Jared Dashoff, (703) 292-4523, email:jdashoff@nsf.gov        Preferred Contact Method: Email NSF Related Organizations Directorate for Biological Sciences Virtual meeting research@pdx.edu research@pdx.edu America/Los_Angeles public

Internal Deadline: Limited Opportunity Submission

Major Research Instrumentation Program: (MRI)
Add to my Calendar 2020-10-13 00:00:00 2020-10-13 23:59:59 Internal Deadline: Limited Opportunity Submission Major Research Instrumentation Program: (MRI) Sponsored Projects Administration awards@pdx.edu awards@pdx.edu America/Los_Angeles public