CFAES Newsletter Archive
Below is an archive of CFAES News, the biweekly newsletter for the College of Food, Agricultural, and Environmental Sciences. ...
3rd annual virtual FORWARD symposium
The Women’s Place invites you to join us for the 3rd annual virtual FORWARD symposium. This year’s theme, “Time for Change,” reframes our relationships to time, money, and power in the quest for gender equity. ...
March 29, 2023
Dean Kress delivers State of the College to inspire and ignite potential
Apply for the President and Provost’s Leadership Institute
The Women’s Place invites clinical or tenured professors (associate or full) to join the next cohort of the President and Provost’s Leadership Institute (PPLI). ...
Difficult Conversations: Communicating Effectively Across Difference
Have you ever engaged in a conversation about an uncomfortable or sensitive topic with someone who is very different from you and didn't know how to approach it? Conversations between people with different views and lived experiences can go awry and ...
Implicit Associations, Insidious Assumptions: Unintended Manifestations of Bias in Everyday Life
This 90-minute workshop will provide an introduction to unconscious associations that can lead to an affinity toward or prejudice against some people (implicit bias). We will explore how our socialization process leads to the formation of conscious and un ...
How COVID-19 Impacted Food Systems
The COVID-19 pandemic exposed the fragility of our food supply system. While national-level responses to our food supply revealed a lot of weaknesses, the hyper-local response to feeding our communities demonstrated great strength in our mutual aid networ ...
ATI students experience beef industry in Western U.S.
A group of six second-year livestock students, led by faculty member Dr. Michael Amstutz, spent Feb. 28- March 7 touring various livestock businesses in Oklahoma and Texas. Businesses included the Oklahoma National Stockyards, the world's largest sto ...
Upcoming student events
Please encourage your students to attend! ...