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Western Oregon Autism Study Enrollment Open for Kids Ages 6-11
Teaching Research Institute

Western Oregon Autism Study Enrollment Open for Kids Ages 6-11

Salem-News.com by Kevin Hays July 23, 2014 Families enrolled in the study receive all services for free, including training, treatment and assessments. (MONMOUTH, Ore. ) – The Teaching Research Institute at Western Oregon University and Louisa Silva, M.D., M.P.H. are announcing a first time opportunity for parents with children between the ages of 6 and … Continue reading

Summer School
General

Summer School

Polk County Itemizer-Observer by Emily Mentzer July 9, 2014   MONMOUTH — It may feel like a ghost town on Western Oregon University’s campus during the lazy days of summer, but don’t be fooled. Plenty is going on, including many students hitting the books — and hitting them hard. Kylen Dix walked with her classmates … Continue reading

Apple Box Children’s Theater to present ‘The Odyssey’ at WOU
Creative Arts / General

Apple Box Children’s Theater to present ‘The Odyssey’ at WOU

Polk County Itemizer-Observer By Emily Mentzer July 9, 2014   MONMOUTH — It was a sad day for one of Odysseus’ soldiers, eaten alive by the Cyclops. “Poor Antitheses!” one soldier shouted. “We’re all going to die!” shouted another. But Odysseus’ quick thinking and wit helped save the day, lulling the monster to sleep before … Continue reading

WOU taking Hall of Fame ballots
Alumni / Athletics

WOU taking Hall of Fame ballots

Polk County Itemizer-Observer PC I-O staff report July 2, 2014   MONMOUTH — Western Oregon University’s Athletic Department is accepting nominations for its 2014 Hall of Fame class. Nominations will be taken through July 18. Nominations can be made online at http://www.wou-wolves.com or by downloading a printable form and mailing to WOU Athletics, Attn.: Barrett … Continue reading

Local teacher to get taste of Italy
Alumni / College of Education

Local teacher to get taste of Italy

Gresham Outlook by Lisa K. Anderson June 27, 2014 Gresham resident Amanda Asp will enliven her teaching curriculum in July during a 10-day exploration of sustainability practices in the Tuscan region of Italy. A 2009 Centennial High School graduate who recently received her degree in education from Western Oregon University, Asp is participating in the … Continue reading