The fourth annual Environmental Arts and Humanities Graduate Student Conference is this Thursday, May 24th, and all are welcome! Students representing many different universities will be presenting their work on diverse, environmentally-themed topics. This year, students are attending from OSU, University of Oregon, Portland State University, Pacific Northwest College of Art, and the University of Essex (UK).
At 5pm, when all four sessions of graduate student presentations have concluded, Marsha Weisiger will give her keynote address, “Danger River: Narrating Adventure down the Colorado River.” Dr. Weisiger is the Julie and Rocky Dixon Chair of U.S. Western History and the Co-Director for the Center of Environmental Futures at the University of Oregon.
At roughly 6pm, Professor Jacob Hamblin, Director of Environmental Arts and Humanities and organizer of the conference will walk the students, Dr. Weisiger, and all others who are interested, to McMenamins to unwind with a social hour.
When and Where?
- Memorial Union room 213
- May 24th, 8am-6pm