8th annual Undergraduate Research Conference today: Portland State is set to host the 8th annual Undergraduate Research Conference today, which will recognize the academic work being done by the university’s undergraduate students.
8th annual Undergraduate Research Conference today
Portland State is set to host the 8th annual Undergraduate Research Conference today, which will recognize the academic work being done by the university’s undergraduate students.
The conference begins today at 8 a.m. and will run until 3 p.m. in Smith Memorial Student Union, rooms 327, 328 and 333. The event is free and open to the public.
Meet and greet with ASPSU
ASPSU will host a town hall on Wednesday, May 18, to provide the student body an opportunity to meet their ASPSU president, vice president and senators. Representatives from ASPSU will also have information on how to get involved with student government.
The town hall will run from 4 to 6 p.m. in Parkway North, located on the first floor of Smith Memorial Student Union.
Senate passes bill that would help at-risk students
Oregon senators approved House Bill 3106 last week, which would make it easier for at-risk high school students to take community college and university courses, according to an article published by The Oregonian on May 11.
If made into law, HB 3106 would require school districts to prioritize participation in Expanded Options Program, which was developed in 2005 to help low-income, at-risk students.
The bill passed through the Oregon State House of Representatives on April 14.
Annual Salmon Bake to be held on Wednesday
The United Indian Students in Higher Education will host its annual Salmon Bake fundraiser in the South Park Blocks on Wednesday.
According to a press release, the group will be serving traditionally baked salmon, rice, corn and salad. Visitors will be charged $8 per plate. The event will take place at 11:30 a.m. ?