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May
18

WM Scholar alum helps kids explore nature

Kevin Frazier is the founder of Passport Oregon, an organization dedicated to giving Oregon kids a chance to experience the outdoors. Frazier was a Wayne Morse Scholar who graduated in 2015. Read the story in Around the O.

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May
04

Randi Weingarten on the Future of Public Education

Randi Weingarten spoke on the Future of Public Education at events in Portland and Eugene on April 25 and 26, 2017, as the inaugural speaker for the Margaret Hallock Program for Women’s Rights.

Watch the video.

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Mar
16

Video from What Kids Bring to School event

The video from the What Kids Bring to School: How educators Can Address Poverty, Domestic Violence, and Other Challenges Affecting Their Students panel discussion is now available on the UO Channel.

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Jan
08

Robert Kuttner, former Wayne Morse Chair, calls for citizens’ impeachment inquiry

Robert Kuttner, former occupant of the Wayne Morse Chair, co-editor of The American Prospect, and a faculty member at Brandeis University’s Heller School, offered this perspective on “Impeaching Trump” in The Huffington Post on January 1, 2017.

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Dec
13
Nov
21

Rebecca Flynn receives outstanding employee award

Wayne Morse Center codirector Rebecca Flynn will be recognized with a UO Outstanding Employee Award in a ceremony on Nov. 30 at 3 p.m.

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Nov
14

Apply now for Project Grants and more

The Wayne Morse Center is now accepting applications for the Project Grant, Resident Scholar and Graduate Research Fellowship programs.

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Nov
14

Amy Stuart Wells on How Education Sustains a Diverse Democracy (video)

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8REljNIk8II&feature=youtu.be
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Oct
04

Wayne Morse Scholars applications due Oct. 20

This program is an opportunity for civic-minded UO undergraduates from across disciplines to engage with issues around public affairs, policy, and leadership. Learn more and apply

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Aug
25

Tichenor receives NEH grant for immigration study

Dan Tichenor was recently awarded a grant to study what shapes immigration policies across America—why some U.S. states welcome immigrants, while others aggressively oppose them.

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