CLA This Week will be on hiatus until the start of Fall term, with exceptions made for time-sensitive events only. Happy Summer!
Honors & Awards
Oregon State’s second annual Breaking Barriers celebration highlights the impacts women make across campus and in the community through mentoring, research and cultural connections. Presented by the President’s Commission on the Status of Women, the Office of the Provost and the Office of Institutional Diversity, the awards recognize women who pave the way to help other women through research or advocacy.
There are four categories: education, research, community builder and the Harriet “Hattie” Redmond award, which recognizes an agent of change in service of racial justice and gender equity. CLA award recipients included: Mei-Ching Lien, professor in the School of Psychological Science; Melissa Cheyney, associate professor in the School of Language, Culture and Society; and Holly Horan, doctoral candidate in the School of Language, Culture and Society.
The Oregon State International Film Festival Spring Pop-Up heads to Portland! Find us at the Clinton Street Cinema on June 14 and 15 with two blocks of shorts and two full-length features. The line-up is here: https://www.cstpdx.com/content/oregon-state-international-film-festival. Tickets are $8 at the box office or online at https://cstpdx-com.seatengine.com/. The OSIFF is presented by the School of Language, Culture and Society and the School of Writing, Literature and Film.
The Little Gallery — Presents “Drawing in the Northern Light,” an exhibit of poems and photographs by Joseph Ohmann Krause, faculty in World Languages and Cultures. On view May 28-September 30, 210 Kidder Hall. The opening reception will take place Tuesday, June 4, 11:30 a.m.