300 million years of Northwest natural history. Go Deep.
Explore the forces shaping Oregon’s landscapes and ecosystems. Discover the giant sabertooth salmon and other amazing animals from Oregon’s past, and take part in a dialogue about climate, conservation, and our future.
Delve into Oregon’s story, from the first Americans at Paisley Caves to the dynamic cultures of today’s tribes. This newly enhanced exhibit combines interactive technology, hands-on experiences, and world-class collections—showcasing 14,000 years of Oregon stories, and inviting you to tell your own. Explore the galleries, try your hand at ancient weaving styles, test your skills as an archaeologist, and much more!
When did people arrive in North America? How did they get here?
Museum archaeologists found surprising answers to these questions at Oregon’s Paisley Caves. Explore the evidence for yourself, and discover the evolving story of the First Americans.
Paisley Caves and the First Americans is part of the newly enhanced Oregon—Where Past is Present exhibit.
Are you feeling anxious? If so, come to this one-hour anxiety management workshop to gain a greater understanding of your anxiety and develop initial strategies for addressing anxiety symptoms and related challenges. No sign-up required, all students are welcome to drop-in.
Join us for Be Well Wednesdays—a weekly interactive workshop. Learn to identify and reduce your own stress through relaxation and stress management techniques. No sign-up required, all students are welcome to drop-in.
For first-year or tranfer students, navigating the university, adjusting to a new life-style, and taking on more responsibilty can feel overwhelming. Gain strategies for navigating college life at the free, drop-in workshop.
MEChA and the EMU are celebrating the reinstallation of the Aztlan Topializti Mural in the Erb Memorial Union. We are honored to have the artist Martha Ramirez Oropeza join the celebration! The day's events are as follows.
1030a - 12n Paint-a-Canvas workshop, open to first 50 participants12n - 1230p History of the piece. Speakers include the artist and MEChA alumni.1230p - 130p Reception130p - 230p The mural's ties to political activism past and present - a Moviemiento Estudiantil Chicano de Aztlan discussion.Please feel free to attend all or any portion of the event series.
For further information contact Jessi Steward at firstname.lastname@example.org
RSVPs are encouraged! - email@example.com
The Suicide Prevention Team and the University Counseling and Testing Center (UCTC) offers this faculty and staff suicide prevention training. You will learn how to recognize suicide warning signs and how to intervene effectively in order to steer at-risk students toward professional help.
Please register here: http://bit.ly/2v1IDno
Join the Museum of Natural and Cultural History for Ideas on Tap, a conversation series held the first Wednesday of the month at Sprout! Regional Food Hub. Enjoy Claim 52 craft beers and thought-provoking discussions about science, culture, and more. Cosponsored by Claim 52 Abbey, La Granada Latin Kitchen, Pig & Turnip, NEDCO, and 100 Mile Bakery.
On tap this month:
Can art change the world? Talk it over with critically acclaimed photographer Dana Gluckstein, whose exhibit DIGNITY: Tribes in Transition helped create a tipping point for President Obama to adopt the United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples.