Persistent biases continue to affect the numbers of female physicists.
August 1, 2016: “There are more women in the sciences than ever before. They hold leading faculty and administrative positions while their representation in fields such as biology, sociology and psychology has increased. Yet the physical sciences are woefully behind when it comes to the number […]
[ April 6, 2016; 4:00 pm to 5:00 pm. ]
UO School of Law
Knight Law Center
Abigail Molina is an immigration law attorney in Eugene, Oregon, who represents clients seeking defense from deportation, applications for citizenship, and petitions for humanitarian immigration relief. She will discuss women & children and incarceration on the southwestern border.
Sponsored by the Career Center and Michelle McKinley, Bernard B. Kliks Associate […]
CSWS salutes our long-time Advisory Board member and collaborative researcher, Margaret Hallock
January 20, 2016—“For more than three decades, Margaret Hallock has served the UO and the broader community by looking at the world through the eyes of workers, women and the poor and imagining a better society.
“During that time, she worked as an economics professor, […]
Source: ‘Water by the Spoonful’ to debut at Hope Theater | Around the O
CSWS faculty affiliate Theresa May directs the 2012 Pulitzer Prize-winning play “Water by the Spoonful,” which will open at the Hope Theatre in the Miller Theatre Complex on the University of Oregon campus on Jan. 21. Tickets are free to UO students. […]
See story in Around the O
Four CSWS faculty affiliates are among the recipients of the University of Oregon’s 2016 Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., Award. They are:
Lara Bovilsky, associate professor in the Department of English.
Gabriela Martínez, associate professor in the School of Journalism and Communication and who served the past three academic years as […]
[ May 18, 2016; 6:00 pm to 7:30 pm. ] Straub 156
1451 Onyx St.
Documentary Screening: Keep Your Eyes on Guatemala, produced and directed by Gabriela Martínez Escobar
Keep Your Eyes on Guatemala tells the story of Guatemala’s National Police Historical Archive intertwined with narratives of past human rights abuses and the dramatic effects they had on specific individuals and the nation as a whole. In […]