This lecture, “Daily Traffic with the Frenchmen: Merchant Colonialism and West African Sovereignty in the Sixteenth-Century,” is part of the African Studies Lecture Series. The lecture will be given by Sarah Zimmerman, who is part of the History department at Western Washington University.
George Packer, author of The Unwinding: An Inner History of the New America. In his book, Packer posits that American democracy is beset by a sense of crisis. Seismic shifts during a single generation have created a country of winners and loser, allowing unprecedented freedom while rending the social contract, driving the political system to the verge of breakdown, and setting citizens adrift to find new paths forward.
This lecture, “Sugar Disease, Bitter Medicine: living with diabetes in an urban poor Ghanaian community,” is part of the African Studies Lecture Series. The lecture will be given by Ama de-Graft Aikins, who is part of the Psychology and Global Health departments at the University of Ghana.
International Student Career Night will celebrate the international student experience and encourage students to think about their next steps after graduation. Networking activities and presentations reflecting on the international student experience will be accompanied by a discussion with panels of students and employers. Ample time will be provided to develop networking skills with employers.
This lecture, “Teaching and researching on Mongo Beti,” is part of the African Studies Lecture Series. The lecture will be given by Andre Djiffack , who is part of the Romance Languages department at the University of Oregon.
Internships are a hot topic! Join us this Valentine’s Day for the Internship, Summer Job & Volunteer Fair! Recent studies show student graduating with internship experiences are more likely to find employment after graduation (NACE Journal, May 2017, D’Abate, 2010). This fair will host more than 80 companies with internships and summer experiential learning ops. So come by and get a productive answer to that inevitable question “what are you doing this summer”?
So many companies are in search of technology savvy talent! Tech Connect, being not too big or too small, provides abundant face-time with tech-focused companies looking to hire creative, motivated students.
Become a published artist with ephemera!
Each year, ephemera, the Creative Arts Journal of the Clark Honors College, publishes CHC students’ creative work in a print publication. Regardless of major, ALL honors college students are welcome to submit their poetry, prose, photography, whether it be terrifying short stories reminiscent of Stephen King novels, clever verse in iambic pentameter, hand-drawn comics that make you chuckle, or photographs worth sharing on social media.
We accept art submissions throughout the school year, with a deadline on April 6th, 2018 (the first Friday of Spring Term). If you are interested in submitting, please email your poetry, prose, or visual art to email@example.com. Visit our website, honors.uoregon.edu/ephemera, to find more information or to peruse past issues of ephemera.
We are looking for a cover artist! All interested artists should contact us directly through email.
We are still accepting applications to join the ephemera staff. The positions open this year are prose editor, design/layout editor, and event/student outreach coordinator. Applications are due on October 27th, with interviews following this deadline.
If you have questions regarding submission guidelines, applying to the ephemera staff, or becoming our cover artist, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or send us a message on Facebook, @chcartsjournal.
Plan Your Reconnaissance through LinkedIn and Networking! Come in and get your resume checked, learn to connect through LinkedIn and chat with a select group of professionals. Begin strategizing the path to your next destination.
This lecture, “Daily Traffic with the Frenchmen: Merchant Colonialism and West African Sovereignty in the Sixteenth-Century,” is part of the African Studies Lecture Series. The lecture will be given by Brett Rushforth , who is part of the History department at the University of Oregon.
Grab this opportunity to connect with hiring employers before the fair! Join us and learn networking basics with more than 20 of the employers who'll be attending the career fair the next day. Career Center counselors will cover the essentials during a short guided workshop, leaving plenty of time for open networking over hors d oeuvres and sparking water.
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This is the last chance of the year to connect with over 100 companies and organizations that will be here in search of talented UO students and alumni! Polish up your resume and join us in the EMU Ballroom between noon and 4:00pm!
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What’s the next step in your path toward a career in healthcare? Find the answer at the Health Professions & Graduate School Fair by connecting with up to 60 graduate programs covering a wide variety of disciplines. We’ll be in the EMU Ballroom from 11 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. Don’t miss this!
This lecture, “Oil and the Licit Life of Capitalism in Equatorial Guinea,” is part of the African Studies Lecture Series. The lecture will be given by Hannah Appel, who is part of the Anthropology and Economics departments at UCLA.
This lecture, “The New African Diaspora Writer and the Idea of a Convivial Humanity,” is part of the African Studies Lecture Series. The lecture will be given by Hannah Appel, who is part of the Anthropology and Economics departments at UCLA.