The Disordered Cosmos: A Journey into Dark Matter, Spacetime, and Dreams Deferred by Dr. Chanda Prescod-Weinstein.
Oregon State CLA presents a talk by Dr. Vershawn Ashanti Young, a linguistic researcher and author, on code-switching and black language appropriation in academia. The talk is virtual and public, next Thursday (Feb 24th) from 12pm – 1:30pm. Several PhIS members are attending and we want to encourage as many people as possible to come too! If you can’t make this event, there are many events organized by various OSU organizations that are acknowledging and celebrating Black History Month – we encourage everyone to take advantage of these opportunities to learn and reflect.
On Tuesday, Feb 22nd, we will be watching Fixed: The Science / Fiction of Human Enhancement. This is a documentary that explores the opportunities and consequences of biotechnology, and challenges our definitions of ‘disabled’ and ‘normalcy.’ For information regarding this events location, please contact PhIS.
November 23rd at 7-8pm in Kelley 1001 Girls Empowerment, Engineering, and Outreach club is hosting a trivia night. They say:
“Come join us to get to know our club, do some trivia, earn prizes, and eat food! We welcome all students who are passionate about our cause, and if you would like to become a member, we can get you on-boarded at our event.”