Education

SOU graduate is Oregon’s first female, ROTC-trained infantry officer

April 4, 2021

from SOU News https://news.sou.edu/2021/03/sou-graduate-oregon-first-female-rotc-trained-infantry-officer/ Haleigh Wagman knew long before her graduation from SOU last year that she was on track for something special, but she chose to keep it to herself until the accomplishment was in sight. That happened in the fall of 2019, when Wagman – a four-year Army ROTC participant – let others…

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How E-Rate is Impacting Students Inside and Out of The Classroom 

April 4, 2021

By Anne Tetamore Marketing Director Hunter Communications – HunterFiber.com When COVID-19 shut down schools and libraries across the United States last year, many families with school-aged children who did not have access to high-speed internet were significantly impacted. Ranked 34th in the nation for broadband access, less than half of Oregon’s residents have access to…

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Interview with Moneeka Settles, Program Coordinator of the SOU Innovation & Leadership Program

April 4, 2021

By Chris Cook, Capiche, capiche.us President and CEO of Capiche & Capiche Wine, Chris Cook is a leadership coach focused on happiness, culture, living your brand, and winery marketing & PR. She brings decades of experience in marketing and a love of entrepreneurship. INTERVIEW CONDUCTED BY MELISSA L. MICHAELS, CAPICHE CONTRIBUTOR/STRATEGIC PARTNER, MICHAELS & MICHAELS CREATIVE, LLC When Moneeka Settles…

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Local Innovation Lab prepares SOU interns to address disaster issues

March 6, 2021

from SOU News If you’re looking for a silver lining somewhere deep within the dual catastrophes of COVID-19 and last fall’s southern Oregon wildfires, look no further than the Local Innovation Lab. The collaborative project of Southern Oregon University and the Humane Leadership Institute is finding student interns and training them as leaders to tackle some of…

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SOU Honors College director leads the Democracy Project and more

February 4, 2021

Cherstin Lyon is the director of Southern Oregon University’s Honors College, organizes the Democracy Project with Philosophy Department chair Prakash Chenjeri and mentors students. And she has been at SOU for just a year. “Coming to SOU I was immediately impressed by how welcoming the campus is, and by all of the people who reached…

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Pandemic Enrollment Declines at Oregon Community Colleges

January 5, 2021

By Jessica Nelson State of Oregon Employment Department Employment Economist jessica.r.nelson@oregon.gov Enrollment at Oregon higher education institutions declined in fall 2020 amid the COVID-19 pandemic and it’s economic fallout. The enrollment drop affected community colleges much more significantly, declining 23% since fall 2019. Every Oregon community college had a lower headcount compared with last year,…

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SOU retreat for Native American Youth spins off multigenerational program

January 5, 2021

Southern Oregon University’s Konaway Nika Tillicum wasn’t what anyone expected last summer, when the seven-day academic and cultural enrichment residential camp for Native American Youth was shifted to a virtual version of itself because of the COVID-19 pandemic. Then the totally unexpected happened: the Oregon Community Foundation, a longtime supporter of the Konaway program, reached…

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Southern Oregon University recognized for doing well in conversion to remote coursework

December 8, 2020

SOU was recognized by the rankings website niche.com as one of “Eleven Schools That Did Online Learning Well This Spring.” Universities that made the list were from all parts of the U.S., but SOU was the only one mentioned from the West Coast. “We used the Moodle platform as well as Zoom call platforms to…

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Southern Oregon University Launches New Esports Management Minor

November 6, 2020

A minor in esports management? Information about the soon-to-be-launched Esports Hub in SOU’s Student Recreation Center? The university’s new esports website brings all the information about SOU’s trend-setting programs together in one place. The university is launching both an academic program and a competitive team in esports this fall, becoming one of the first institutions…

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Oregon Launches Education Support Professional of the Year Program

September 25, 2020

The Oregon Department of Education and Oregon State Lottery partner to honor one outstanding education support professional for their service and commitment to public schools and students. (Salem, Ore.) – Today the Oregon Department of Education (ODE), in partnership with the Oregon State Lottery, announced a new program recognizing the outstanding contributions of Oregon’s Education Support Professionals (ESP)!…

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Education Audit – ODE Can Better Support Students Experiencing Disabilities

July 2, 2020
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Indigenous Peoples Day officially recognized at LCC

June 24, 2020

Tuesday, June 23, 2020 EUGENE, Ore.–The second Monday of every October will now be known as Indigenous Peoples Day at Lane Community College. LCC’s Board of Education unanimously adopted a resolution making the change at its June 17 meeting. The resolution commemorates and honors Lane’s Native American heritage, culture and community and intends to welcome…

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