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Calling all wildlife enthusiasts | March 23 & April 5
In two upcoming Travel Talk webcasts with the OSU Alumni Group Travel program, preview tours where you can observe some of the world’s most unique wildlife in their natural habitats and meet locals who steward the lands and protect these treasured species.
March 23 | Gorilla Trek in Uganda with Mayflower representative and OSU mom Sandy Doss
April 5 | Alaska and the Inside Passage with College of Earth, Ocean, and Atmospheric Sciences Distinguished Professor Alan Mix and photographer Rod Chandler, ’68
Sustainability-forward fashion | April 6
In an insightful conversation with authors Leslie Davis Burns, Oregon State faculty emerita, and Jeanne Carver, Imperial Stock Ranch/Shaniko Wool Company, examine the importance of sustainable practices across the fashion supply chain.
Thrive in a changing work culture| April 7 & 28, May 19
The Winning in Life spring series offers career advice to help employees at a crossroads, from communicating your worth during salary negotiations to evolving as a leader amidst hybrid work culture and the after-effects of “The Great Resignation.”
OSUAA members: Enjoy a picture-perfect Tulip Fest | April 9
Spring is on vibrant display at the Beaver-owned Wooden Shoe Tulip Farm, where members can enjoy an exclusive behind-the-scenes tour, a free bouquet and an optional wine tasting. Not a member? Join today.
An evening with prestigious wordsmith Mary Karr | April 13
A partnership of the Office of the Provost and the OSU Foundation, the Provost’s Lecture Series is joined by Mary Karr, the award-winning poet and author of the best-selling memoirs The Liars’ Club, Cherry and Lit. Her lively and interactive conversation will explore how the art of memoir helped her rise from a toxic upbringing to tell her own tale. This free webinar is open to the public.
Advocating for inclusive education | April 21
Join an OSU Changemakers discussion with inclusion and equity specialist Rebecca Arce, MPP ’14, to learn how she creates more equitable and accessible educational outcomes for all Oregonians through policymaking and building community connections and trust.