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Having a Voice on Campus

WHAT: Having a Voice on Campus

WHEN: 6:30 pm Saturday, March 18th, 2017. (Event begins at 7:00 pm)

WHERE: Native American Student Community Center (Room 110)

COST: Students: Free with ID. CFI Members: $7. General Public: $10.

I Am Not Invisible Exhibit

Portland State University’s Veterans Resource Center is teaming up with the Oregon Department of Veterans Affairs and the Portland Art Museum to present “I Am Not Invisible,” an exhibit of 20 portraits of women military veterans.

WHEN:   5 to 7:45 p.m. Friday, February 24
WHERE:  Portland Art Museum, Andree Stevens Boardroom, 1219 SW Park Avenue
COST:    Complimenary admission with check-in

Celebrate Dr. Seuss's Birthday

Portland State Bookstore will join millions of their peers across the country to celebrate Dr. Seuss’s birthday through the 19th annual National Education Association's Read Across America Day.

Provost's Lecture Series: Who Votes for Mayor? Voter Turnout for Mayoral Elections in America's Largest Cities

The Portland State University Provost’s Office is hosting a campuswide lecture series on pre- and post-presidential election related topics. Faculty will give a 30-minute lecture or group panel discussion, followed by a 30-minute discussion on the complexities of recent political issues and the implications in their area of scholarly expertise. 

WHEN:      Thursdays, 2 to 3 p.m., February 23 through April 20
WHERE:     Hoffmann Hall, 1833 SW 11th Ave
OPEN TO:  PSU students, faculty and staff

Provost's Lecture Series: Latinos and the Future of American Politics: Some Reflections from History

The Portland State University Provost’s Office is hosting a campuswide lecture series on pre- and post-presidential election related topics. Faculty will give a 30-minute lecture or group panel discussion, followed by a 30-minute discussion on the complexities of recent political issues and the implications in their area of scholarly expertise. 

WHEN:      Thursdays, 2 to 3 p.m., February 23 through April 20
WHERE:     Hoffmann Hall, 1833 SW 11th Ave
OPEN TO:  PSU students, faculty and staff

Provost's Lecture Series: Russian Involvement in the Election: Kompromat, Ideology, and the Role of the State

The Portland State University Provost’s Office is hosting a campuswide lecture series on pre- and post-presidential election related topics. Faculty will give a 30-minute lecture or group panel discussion, followed by a 30-minute discussion on the complexities of recent political issues and the implications in their area of scholarly expertise. 

WHEN:      Thursdays, 2 to 3 p.m., February 23 through April 20
WHERE:     Hoffmann Hall, 1833 SW 11th Ave
OPEN TO:  PSU students, faculty and staff

Provost's Lecture Series: The Future of Social Security and Medicare in the Age of Trump

The Portland State University Provost’s Office is hosting a campuswide lecture series on pre- and post-presidential election related topics. Faculty will give a 30-minute lecture or group panel discussion, followed by a 30-minute discussion on the complexities of recent political issues and the implications in their area of scholarly expertise. 

WHEN:      Thursdays, 2 to 3 p.m., February 23 through April 20
WHERE:     Hoffmann Hall, 1833 SW 11th Ave
OPEN TO:  PSU students, faculty and staff