Undergraduate Research and Projects in Critical and Creative Practices with Shaw Osha

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This is an opportunity for students to work on faculty-driven scholarly and creative projects. By working with faculty in a studio and research “apprentice” model, students will gain hands-on experience in visual arts studio practices, film/media production practices, the creative writing workshop focused on craft, critical research and writing, library and archival research practices, and much more.

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Jazz Ensemble - at SPSCC

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Spanish - First Year I at SPSCC

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This beginning Spanish course introduces the four basic skills of the language: listening, speaking, reading and writing. The language will be studied within its cultural context. This course requires that students have regular access to high-speed internet, login to the publisher's website (subscription included with purchase of a new textbook), and complete online assignments. Students receive Evergreen credits.  

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American Sign Language I at SPSCC

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This course introduces the two basic skills of American Sign Language (ASL): receptive and expressive communication skills. Students will study American Sign Language within its cultural context.  Credits awarded will be 4 Evergreen credits.

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MPA alumna published in Willamette Journal for International Law and Dispute Resolution

Alicia DeLuc

In May 2018, Alicia LeDuc (MPA 2011) published the article "Strategic Alliances as an Impact Litigation Model: Lessons From the Sepur Zarco Human Rights Case in Guatemala" in the Willamette Journal for International Law and Dispute Resolution. The 2016 Sepur Zarco case marked the first time a national court prosecuted sexual violence as a crime against humanity. Two military officials were convicted and sentenced to over 300 years for violence perpetrated against indigenous women during the country's internal armed conflict in the 1980's.

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Scanning Electron Microscopy, Sea Stars & Viruses

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This last year, my thesis research has explored the possibility of developing a method that could successfully implement Scanning Electron Microscopy to identify sea star-associated densoviurs in purple-orange ochre sea stars (Pisaster ochraceus) infected with sea star wasting disease. The impetus for this research is to create a method that is both cost-effective and accessible for researchers with limited access to funding resources.  This would allow greater accessibility for potential contributions to sea star wasting disease literature.