In a new study, lead author Sreerupa Ray, assistant professor of biology at Linfield College, demonstrated how a key enzyme works in repairing damaged DNA.
Anis Mojgani, an award-winning poet, will read from his work on Thursday, April 5, at 7:30 p.m. in the Austin Reading Room at the Nicholson Library at Linfield College. Continue reading
Abigail Sperling, instructor of flute at Linfield College, will present her first faculty recital at Linfield, featuring music from New Zealand, Germany, Italy and France. The recital will be held Thursday, April 5, at 7 p.m. in the Delkin Recital Hall at the Vivian A. Bull Music Center. Continue reading
Youth political participation will be the topic of an upcoming lecture at Linfield College. Daniel Oross, a visiting Fulbright scholar, will present “Comparing Political Participation by Youth in the US and EU” on Thursday, March 22, at 7 p.m. in the Austin Reading Room in the Nicholson Library at Linfield.
Professor Daniel D. Hutto, visiting from Australia, will navigate topics such as narrative practices as a cornerstone of human social life and new ideas in the area of cognitive science in two upcoming lectures.
Hutto will present two lectures as part of the annual Walter Powell Philosophy Lecture series March 19-20 at Linfield College. Hutto will present “Making Sense of Ourselves and Others: Narratives not Theories” on Monday, March 19, at 7 p.m. in Jonasson Hall on the lower level of Melrose Hall at Linfield. He will then present “Radical Enactivism: Rethinking Basic Minds” on Tuesday, March 20, at 7 p.m. in Jonasson Hall. Continue reading
“No Madness in Mexico” guest lecture planned
As part of Women’s History Month, Laura Shelton, associate professor of history at Franklin and Marshall University, will present “No Madness in Mexico: Understanding Infanticide Trials in the Nineteenth Century.” The lecture will take place Monday, March 12, at 7 p.m. in the Austin Reading Room in Nicholson Library.
As part of Women’s History Month, Laura Shelton, associate professor of history at Franklin and Marshall University, will present “No Madness in Mexico: Understanding Infanticide Trials in the Nineteenth Century.” The lecture will take place Monday, March 12th at 7 p.m. in the Nicholson Library Reading Room.
—Domaine Serene founders Grace and Ken Evenstad make the largest gift in support of wine studies in state history—
Domaine Serene Winery founders Grace and Ken Evenstad have pledged $6 million to Linfield College, the largest gift in Oregon history in support of wine education. The gift is also one of the largest donations in Linfield’s history and will allow the college to significantly expand its wine education program, which already offers the first interdisciplinary liberal arts bachelor’s degree in wine studies in the United States.
Linfield examines Oregon’s WWII internment of Japanese Americans
Throughout March, Linfield College will discuss the incarceration of Japanese Americans throughout Oregon during World War II. The college will examine the weight of these actions through a traveling exhibit, an art installation and a documentary film.