Archive for May, 2015

Employers coming to campus in June

Employer on Campus: U.S. Navy
Tuesday, June 2, 10am – 2pm
Outside information booth: between Neuberger Hall and Smith Memorial Student Union

Hiring for: Supply Officer, Information Professional Officer, Naval Pilot, and Nuclear Officer.
Details: https://www.facebook.com/events/954615574562405/

Employer on Campus: Renewal by Andersen
Tuesday, June 2, 11am – 2pm
Outside information booth: between Neuberger Hall and Smith Memorial Student Union
Hiring for: Marketing Representative
 
 
Join Intel for a Technical Talk
Tuesday, June 2, 12-2pm
in Science Research and Teaching Center, 247
Hiring for: Manufacturing Technicians: Degree Programs (all science degrees)
Employer on Campus: United Way
Wednesday, June 3, 12-1pm
in Urban Center, 611
Hiring for: Community Account Managers & Program Coordinator
Employer on Campus: Lile International Companies
Thursday, June 4, 10am-2pm
Outside information booth: between Neuberger Hall and Smith Memorial Student Union
Seeking for: Mover/Helper, FT/PT/Summer Positions
Employer on Campus: Amazon Day
Tuesday, June 9, 4-5pm
in School of Business Administration, 140
Hiring for candidates in the Operations Field.
Employer on Campus: Lile International Companies
Wednesday, June 24, 10am-2pm
Outside information booth: between Neuberger Hall and Smith Memorial Student Union
Seeking for: Mover/Helper, FT/PT/Summer Positions
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Notes from the Field: Driving Wedges into Cedar

David Lewis Presentation May 20_2015

Driving Wedges into Cedar

Presented by David G. Lewis, Ph.D.
Oregon State University, Oregon Heritage Commission, Chinook, Santiam Kalapuya, Yoncalla, Takelma
This talk will address the challenges of a Native person becoming a Tribal anthropologist, at the university, and at one’s tribe. Over the past 15 years I have engaged in many discussions about the legitimacy of native people in higher
education with colleagues and native students at the university, and at my tribe. This presentation will address identity, politics and power issues that are part of having a PhD in anthropology in a native community.
Wednesday, May 20th 4:00pm,
Smith Memorial Student Union 333
Free & Open to Public
ansa@pdx.edu

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Anthropology Photography Exhibit!

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