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SOU School of Business: Winter 2019 Events

The Southern Oregon University School of Business hosts the Business Leaders Speaker Series. During the winter term, the two speakers are Andrea Reeder and Michelle Johannes.

Fall 2018 Events

The Southern Oregon University School of Business is hosting two speaker events this Fall 2018 term: Ginger Johnson & Paul J. Seymour. Check out the After Hours Business Event.

OAL Spring Immersion 2018: Klamath River

Week four of Spring Immersion found us floating down the Klamath River. While previous weeks involved splitting our cohort into two or three groups for separate adventures, this week involved applying multi-day expedition techniques in the river environment with the entire group.

Spring Immersion 2018: Smith Rock State Park Trip

For week three, we traveled to northern California for sea kayaking and central Oregon for rock climbing. On Shasta Lake, we experimented with self-support human-powered travel as we toured the lake in sea kayaks. In central Oregon, we base-camped on BLM land and explored Smith Rock.

Winter 2018 Events

The Southern Oregon University School of Business hosted two events during the winter term, the three speakers were Norm Kester, Kelsy Ausland, and Robert MacLellan.

Spring Immersion 2018: Bend and North Umpqua

For week two – We traveled to Bend, OR, one of the mountain biking meccas of Oregon and practiced base camping skills – then we traveled to the North Umpqua to practice base camping skills involving kitchen set up and breakdown for a large group.

Video: Spanish Teachers in Guanajuato

The Summer Language Institute offered by Southern Oregon University enables you to earn your Master’s degree, hone your teaching expertise, sharpen your language skills and deepen your cultural understanding while studying each summer in beautiful Angers, France or Guanajuato, Mexico.

Jennifer Lind – Featured Alumnus

Jennifer is the CEO of Jackson Care Connect, a regional healthcare company created in 2012, working towards creating better health for people in the community. As an undergraduate, Jennifer always had an interest in the intersection of health and human experience and how equity can be achieved.

Zach Rodriguez – Featured Alumnus

As an archeologist for the Forest Service, it is Zach’s job to manage projects including archeological sites for local tribes. Through his ability to work with people from many different backgrounds, Zach understands how cultural values shape identity. Being sensitive to histories allows him to have successful interactions with the people he works with.

Eirik Thorsgard – Featured Alumnus

With experience working in archeology and education, Eirik is now working for the National Parks Service as a cultural anthropologist and American Indian tribal liaison at Yosemite National Park in California. Providing a voice inside of lands that are managed by federal agencies is work Eirik is passionate about.