A symposium hosted by Wayne Morse Resident Scholar Erik Girvan and the UO Appropriate Dispute Resolution Center. Girvan is an Assistant Professor at the University of Oregon School of Law, where he teaches courses in civil litigation, the psychology and law of discrimination, and the psychology of conflict. Erik’s research, published in law reviews and […]
This panel discussion features four experts on Oregon education and funding: Adam Davis, founder of DHM Research; Oregon State Senator Sara Gelser; Colt Gill, Bethel School District superintendent; and John Tapogna, president of ECONorthwest.
Join us as we honor our dear friend and Wayne Morse Resident Scholar, Jerry Rosiek and his recent book, Resegregation as Curriculum: The Meaning of the New Racial Segregation in U.S. Public Schools. Rosiek is an Associate Professor here at University of Oregon and teaches Education Studies. His areas of teaching and research consist of […]
Featuring Wayne Au, associate professor at University of Washington Bothell, and educator/activist Jesse Hagopian. Sponsored by CAPE with support from a Wayne Morse Center Project Grant. Au’s academic focuses fall under education theory and teaching for social justice, specifically high-stakes testing, critical educational theory and practice, curriculum studies, and multicultural education. He serves on the […]
Featuring UO President Michael Schill. Schill became the 18th president of the University of Oregon in 2015. He previously served as the dean and Harry N. Wyatt Professor of Law at the University of Chicago Law School. President Schill is an expert in the fields of property, real estate, and housing law and policy. He […]
Featuring Charles Ogletree, professor of law at Harvard Law School and the founding and executive director of the Charles Hamilton Houston Institute for Race and Justice. Ogletree is a legal theorist with an international reputation for his work in securing equal rights for all. He has written extensively on race and justice, his most recent […]
A symposium organized by Resident Scholar Jerry Rosiek. Featuring Rosiek, Gary Orfield and Patricia Gándara as well as Professor Michael Dumas of UC Berkley and Sonya Hordsford of George Mason.
Featuring Patricia Gándara, UCLA Graduate School of Education and co-director of the Civil Rights Project at UCLA; and Dr. Gustavo Balderas, Superintendent, Eugene School District 4J. Cosponsored with UO Center for Latino/a and Latin American Studies and UO College of Education.