Model United Nations studies the functions and actions of the United Nations, the foreign policy positions of selected countries and current international problems; participates in regional and national conferences.
Students interested in the study of law gather to view videotapes, hear speakers, visit area law schools, exchange information about law school and the legal profession.
For additional information, please contact email@example.com
For information, please contact Dr. Stephen Gibbons, 838-8317, HSS 222, firstname.lastname@example.org
A grassroots community organization dedicated to serving the towns of Monmouth and Independence, Oregon. The group improves the quality and cost of rental housing.
For more information, please visit Monmouth – Independence Tenants Union
An organization dedicated to promoting History in an educational but fun envirionment. The goal of SHOW is to exite interest in the field of History, to all students and members of the community.
For more information contact: email@example.com
WOU Criminal Justice Association
This club is primarily for students who are majoring in one of the Criminal Justice degrees, but is open to anyone who is interested in the field. The meetings often have guest speakers from Criminal Justice agencies.
Misty Weitzel, Faculty Adviser firstname.lastname@example.org
Recent topics include: divesting from fossil fuels, hydraulic fracking, deforestation, drought, climate change, ozone depletion, flooding, big agriculture, rise of ocean temperatures, overpopulation, endangered species, nuclear energy, food safety, pandemics.
Faculty Contact: Dr. Mark Henkels (email@example.com)
Latino Mentor Program
This course links students from Western Oregon University with high school students participating in a variety of programs designed to encourage participation in higher education along with a reduction in the high school dropout rate. The original focus was on supporting Latino high school students in Oregon, but all who are interested are invited to participate. WOU students are encouraged to become involved with community based organizations that provide professional experience and future employment contacts.
For more information please contact:
Dr. Maureen Dolan, HSS 210A 503-838-8292 firstname.lastname@example.org