PCOSW Past Events

2018-2019 Events

    Wednesday, September 19, Philomath Scout Lodge
    New Member Session: 8:30-10:45am
    All Members Planning Session: 11am-2pm

2017-2018 Events

  • June 7, noon-1:30
    Valley Library-Willamette Room East
    Scholarships and Awards Luncheon honoring recipients of PCOSW’s 2017-2018 Scholarships & Awards funding. Featured awardees will share presentations about the community work, professional development, and research they advanced with the help of PCOSW funds. Members and Invited guests.
  • May 9, 6pm
    Oregon Historical Society-Portland
    “Breaking Barriers”-A Celebration of The Accomplishments and Impact of OSU Women
    Co-Sponsored with the Office of Institutional Diversity, The Office of the Provost, OSU Athletics, and University Relations & Marketing
    • Breaking Barriers in Education Award: Dr. Lisbeth Goddik, Professor of Dairy Processing-Extension Specialist, Department of Food Science & Technology
    • Breaking Barriers in Research Award Dr. YanYun Zhao, Professor and Value-Added Food Product Specialist, Department of Food Science & Technology
    • Breaking Barriers in Athletics Award: Marianne Vydra, Deputy Athletic Director for Administration, OSU Athletics
    • PCOSW Community Builder Award: Bouquet Harger, Administrative Manager College of Agricultural Sciences and Leader of the Corvallis Changemakers
  • March 5, 2pm
    MU Horizon Room
    Workshop “Beyond eSets-Better Ways to Evaluate Teaching” with Dr. Ann Taylor, The Penn State University

Past Speaker Series Co-sponsored Events

Annual Theme: “Raising Awareness: Knowledge is Power”

  • February 2, 9am
    Native American Longhouse Eena Haws
    Oregon Indigenous College Student Leadership Winter Gathering
  • February 14, 6pm
    Milam Auditorium
    Dr. Silvia Federici, “Wages for Housework and #MeToo” (link to School of History, Philosophy, and Religion YouTube video of the talk)
  • February 28, 5pm
    LINC 128
    “Eating Disorder Awareness Week” Talk: Healthy Eating at Every Size and Myth Busting
  • March 8, 6pm
    MU Horizon Room
    “Human Rights Defenders-Guatemala”
    International Women’s Day
    Held in conjunction with the Little Gallery “#NosDuelen56 exhibit
  • April 6, 7pm
    Milam Auditorium
    Walidah Imarisha-“Dreaming New Futures: Sci-Fi and Social Change”
    Part of the Radical Imagination Conference
  • May 16, 4pm
    Dr. Alia Dietsch (Ohio State University)
    “Implications of a multilevel approach to understanding social values applied to biodiversity conservation”