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The organizers of the Data/Media/Digital Graduate Student Symposium invite submissions for 15-minute presentations from UO graduate students on any aspect of Data/Media/Digital studies for a one-day symposium on Friday, April 6, 2019 to be held in the Knight Library's new DREAM Lab collaborative workspace.
The Price Science Commons Visualization Lab is hosting a workshop on Scalable Amplified Group Environmnent (SAGE2) to boost your group's or class's engagement with digital materials.
Using SAGE2, a web-based collaboration system found in the digital commons, groups can display and interact with a variety of audio-visual objects on the 24-panel, 50-million-pixel Viz Lab screen.
Please join us at the UO English Meet and Greet for food and a book exchange!
5:00-7:00 PM, Thursday, January 24, PLC Lobby
Interested in learning more about the English major? Want to learn more about your classmates and instructors? Want to get new fodder for your book collection?
Please join the English Undergraduate Organization for an informal gathering in the PLC lobby, complete with a book exchange. Refreshments will be provided.
Join UO Alum Katlynn Nicolls for an information session on the Denver Publishing Institute
5:00 PM, Thursday, February 7th, 105 Fenton Hall
Career Instructors Jenée Wilde and Stephen Rust present on Comics Justice at the College of Education's annual TeachIN
Marcus Hensel (PhD '12) has published a two-volume collection on monster theory.
Professor Marcus Hensel has recently published a two-volume set titled Classic Readings on Monster Theory. The collection, co-edited by Hensel and Professor Asa Mittman, comes to us from Arc Humanities Press, a partner of Amsterdam University Press.