CAFE. Stop by and have a hot cup of financial well-being.

Speaker: Prem G. Mathew
Associate Dean for Undergraduate Student Development
Director, Center for Advancing Financial Education (CAFE)
Associate Professor of Finance, College of Business
Recorded on March 1, 2023.


Mindfulness in Social Justice Education: Critical Race Feminist Perspectives

Speaker: Kathryn McIntosh
Associate Professor, ESOL/DLI and Language Equity in Education
College of Education | Oregon State University
Recorded on February 8, 2023.

Natural Products and Hemp: Under-appreciated Sources for COVID-19 Therapeutic Agents

Speaker: Richard B. van Breemen, PhD
Professor, Pharmaceutical Science
College of Pharmacy | Linus Pauling Science Center | Global Hemp Innovation Center
Oregon State University
Recorded on December 6, 2022.

War in Ukraine: Lessons Learned, Emerging Challenges, and Potential Outcomes

Speaker: Sarah Henderson
Associate Professor, Political Science
College of Liberal Arts | Oregon State University
Recorded on October 4, 2022.

Social Media: Friend or Foe?

Speaker: Brian A. Primack, PhD
Dean, College of Public Health and Human Sciences 
Oregon State University
Recorded on September 6, 2022.

Perspectives and Complexities of Responsible Offshore Wind Development in Oregon

Speaker: Flaxen D L Conway
Director, Marine Resource Management Graduate Program
Professor / Extension Specialist, Oregon State University / Oregon Sea Grant
Recorded on May 9, 2022.

On the Road to Recovery: Promoting Resilience with Children and Early Educators

Speakers:
Shannon Lipscomb
College of Public Health and Human Sciences
Barbara Brody
OSU Extension, Malheur County
Recorded April 11, 2022.

Investigating how COVID-19 proteins stick to viral RNA and taking research from the lab to the dance floor

Speaker:  Heather Masson-Forsythe
Ph.D. Biochemistry and Biophysics, Oregon State University
Recorded March 14, 2022.

Clearing the Haze Around Wildfire Smoke's Impact on Wine

Speaker: Cole Cerrato
Ph.D., Food Science and Technology
Recorded February 14, 2022.

Your Christmas tree:  what does a grower do in the 7-12 years before you cut a tree?

Speaker: Chal Landgren
Professor and OSU Extension Christmas Tree Specialist
Recorded November 8, 2021.

To Boldly Go: Why Scientists and Social Justice Warriors Need Star Trek

Speaker: José-Antonio Orosco
Professor, Philosophy, School of History, Philosophy, and Religion
Recorded October 11, 2021.

How to Teach a Two-Legged Robot to stand, walk, run, hop and skip

Speaker: Alan Fern
Professor, Computer Science and Associate Head of Research, College of Engineering
Recorded September 21, 2021.

Wave Energy: Role in Decarbonizing our Energy System and Why Oregon?

Speaker: Bryson Robertson
Associate Professor, Civil and Construction Engineering
Recorded May 10, 2021.

Vitamin C and Health: Fact versus Fiction

Speaker: Alexander Michels
Research Associate, Linus Pauling Institute
Recorded April 12, 2021.

The Moral Terrains of Science Activism and Environmental Justice

Speaker: Robert Melchior Figueroa
Associate Professor, Environmental Justice and Philosophy
Recorded March 8, 2021.

When Ideology Trumps Science: Why We Question the Experts on Everything from Climate Change to Vaccinations

Speakers: Erika Allen Wolters, Assistant Professor and Associate Director Public Policy Undergraduate Program and Brent Steel, Professor and Director, Public Policy Graduate Program
Recorded Feb. 8, 2021

Seeing through Clothes: Impression formation, prejudice and sexism

Speaker: Regan A. R. Gurung
Director, General Psychology Program
Recorded on January 11, 2021.

Fires in the West: How to build fire adaptive communities for the future

Speaker: Erica Fisher
Assistant Professor, Civil and Construction Engineering
Recorded November 9, 2020.

The Pandemic That We Were Not Prepared For

Speaker: Chunhuei Chi
Professor, Global Health Program; Professor, Health System and Policy Program; Director, Center for Global Health: College of Public Health & Human Sciences
Recorded October 12, 2020.

From Extinction to Recovery: Bringing golden paintbrush back from the brink in Western prairies

Speaker: Tom Kaye
AssociateProfessor, Botany and Plant Pathology
Recorded September 14, 2020.

Race and Politics: Reflections on a movement and an election

Speaker: Christopher Stout
Professor, School of Public Policy
Recorded July 13, 2020.

World Oceans Day - Marine Studies Initiative Virtual Event

Recorded June 10, 2020.

Too Much of a Good Thing?The Science of Super-cushioned Running Shoes

Speaker: Christine Pollard
Director, FORCE Lab; Associated Professor, Kinesiology
Recorded May 11, 2020.