May is going to be a great month for biking on campus and beyond! It’s a good time for fair-weather cyclists to roll those steads out of the garage and for everyone who rides bikes to celebrate together. With 30+ bike rides and events happening during the Eugene-Springfield Bike Month it’s the perfect time to try out something new! Visit webikelane.org for a complete list of events, dates, and times.
Take a moment to connect with yourself during this communal meditation circle | Hosted by Arian Mobasser of Oregon Mindfulness (OM)
Learn personalized stress management techniques and how to identify the signs, symptoms, triggers, and underlying functions of stress. All students welcome to drop-in.
Gain an understanding of your anxeity triggers and symptoms, and develop strategies for addressing related challenges. All students welcome to drop-in.
CLLAS Research Series Graduate Grantee Presentation: Translation & Interpretation Experiences & Perceptions among Latina/o High School Language Brokers in Oregon, presented by Angel Dorantes, Department of Education Studies.
Angel Dorantes is a doctoral candidate in the Critical and Sociocultural Studies in Education program. His research agenda includes issues of access and equity in education, and the experiences of Latina/o children/adolescents who translate for their parents. Recently, he co-authored a journal article, titled, Reforzando las Redes: Supporting Latina/o Undergraduates at a State Flagship University, that was published in the Journal of Hispanic Higher Education.
Angel's dissertation explores the experiences of Latina/o high school students who translate and/or interpret for their parents and their perceptions regarding benefits and concerns commonly associated with this practice and their views on their own acculturative processes.
This event is free and open to the public.
Did you know if you relax your hands and feet your whole body relaxes?
Come learn an easy way to roll your way to relaxation!
Bouncy Ball included
Facilitator: Jude Kehoe, LPN, HTCP, Meditation Instructor
Come participate in a collaborative two-part discussion series on multiple aspects of healthy LGBTQIA+ relationships. Pizza will be provided!
Topics covered will include:
• Forming strong relationships in all forms
• Navigating conflict
• Dealing with microaggressions, bias, and marginalization
• Affirming support resources
This discussion will be facilitated by Chris Michaels, a current Doctoral Psychology Intern at the University Counseling Center who provides therapeutic and consultative services to the UO community.