UO Wings - October 16, 2019

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The Redd East

831 SE Salmon Street

Portland, OR 97214

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Join University of Oregon President Michael H. Schill for an inspiring and intimate evening of discussion, research and inquiry. This speakers series focuses on the extraordinary people connected to the UO who have ideas that take flight to improve our community and advance society. Enjoy appetizers, drinks and dessert.

Program:

Using Lasers to Peer Behind Cascadia's Green Veil

UO geologist Josh Roering will discuss how high-resolution data has redefined our understanding of natural hazards in the Pacific Northwest.

A Coach's Journey on Building the Ducks

Kelly Graves, UO women's head basketball coach, talks leadership and preparation for one of the best teams in the country in advance of the 2019-2020 season.

What Do We Mean When We Talk About Freedom?

UO law professor Michelle McKinley will explore how women claim freedom across the Americas.

Adventures in Tea

Matt Thomas, founder of Townshend's Tea Company and Brew Dr. Kombucha, tells his story of turning an undergrad class assignment into $50 million in revenue.

Music by JazzArts, a UO student ensemble. Hosted by David Rae of 503 Media.

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The Redd East

831 SE Salmon Street

Portland, OR 97214

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Refunds up to 7 days before event

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