On September 29, 2017, in compliance with the Campus Crime Reporting Act and the amended Higher Education Opportunity Act, the University of Portland’s Annual Security and Fire Report was published and made available to all members of the University community, and to prospective students and employees.
The report includes statistics for the previous three years concerning reported crimes that occurred on-campus, in certain off-campus buildings or property owned or controlled by the University of Portland, and on public property within, or immediately adjacent to and accessible from, the campus. You will also find statistics for fires that occur in residence halls and polices relating to fire safety and preparedness. The report also contains institutional policies concerning campus security, such as policies regarding sexual assault, emergency response, and other matters.
You can obtain a copy of the Annual Security and Fire Report by contacting the Public Safety department at x7161 or by accessing this link.
The Public Safety Department’s mission is to support the University’s primary objectives of teaching and learning, faith and formation, and service and leadership by helping to promote, create, and maintain a safe, secure and enjoyable campus environment for all members of the University community and its guests. Please contact the office at x7161 if you have any questions.
Catch an all-new episode of Portside with the Pilots on Wednesday, October 11, at 9 p.m., live on NBC Sports Northwest. The weekly show looks into all things Pilots and this week’s show will feature the women’s soccer team’s initiative for breast cancer awareness through the campus and community. Also, we sit down with men’s cross country head coach Rob Conner to discuss the upcoming race at Wisconsin and other topics, ranging from heavy metal to pro wrestling to the vegan lifestyle.
Plus, we look back at a big weekend on The Bluff where UP Volleyball and Women’s Soccer hosted 2 WCC matches, as well as the UP Men’s Soccer team who opened Conference play against Pacific.
Tune in to Portside With The Pilots every Wednesday night at 9 p.m. on NBC Sports Northwest. Be sure to visit PortlandPilots.com for all of the latest information on television schedules and programming.
The athletics video team has broken out all segments from the most recent Portside with the Pilots episode (no. 206) with brief descriptions of each video below. Viewers are asked to please provide any and all suggestions they may have for future stories that would be good to capture and share on the show.
- Portside With The Pilots Episode 206
- UP Track & Field Senior Brent Knutzen Teaches Workshop through Shepard Academic Resource Center
- In-Depth Conversation with Men’s Soccer Senior Paul Christensen
- Men’s Basketball Officially Opens 2017-2018 Season
- Women’s Basketball Officially Opens 2017-2018 Season
- Women’s Basketball Team Volunteers At Hoyt Arboretum for WBCA Day of Service
- Volleyball Sweeps WCC Matches On The Road
- Men’s Soccer Sophomore Benji Michel Named WCC Player of the Week for 2nd Time
- Men’s Soccer Splits Two Matches With Top 10 Opponents
- Volleyball Hosts LMU and Pepperdine at the Chiles Center
- Men’s Soccer Hosts Pacific in Pivotal WCC Match
- Women’s Soccer Renews Rivalry with Santa Clara & San Francisco This Weekend
- Louisiana-Pacific Tennis Center Court Resurfaced
For more information go to www.portlandpilots.com.
While the University’s Strategic Plan Vision 2020 (D) states that UP should “Infuse our entire community with a sense of internationalization and diversity, and more specifically centralize university-wide opportunities and curricula supporting internationalization,” the question of how to go about doing this at the classroom level still remains, according to Kimberly Ilosvay, education.
There are many intercultural curricula that facilitate perspective-taking, inclusion, and ethical commitments to world peace, but the UP community is lucky enough to have an institute dedicated to intercultural communication here in Portland, Ore. The Intercultural Communication Institute (ICI) is a nonprofit charity with the mission of fostering an awareness and appreciation of cultural difference in both the international and domestic arenas. The institute has many resources available online that cover many topics involving intercultural exchanges as well as a plethora of activities ready for adaption and use.
The following sites offer events, general ideas, and flexible curricula for use around campus and in classrooms:
For more information contact Ilosvay at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Did you know about daily Mass? Daily Mass is offered Monday through Friday at 12:05 p.m. in the Chapel of Christ the Teacher. Participating can be a wonderful way to give thanks, receive God’s grace and strength, offer prayers for those in need, and root your day in God’s ever-present love and life.
The “Did you know” series comes to you as an initiative of the Garaventa Center and Campus Ministry, intended to broaden awareness of spiritual development opportunities on the University campus. Look for more in the weeks to come.
The UP Wellness Fair will take place on Wednesday, November 1, from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m., in the Beauchamp Recreation & Wellness Center. Once again, the Wellness Fair will kick off the University’s open enrollment period. There are a limited number of openings for additional booths. Please contact Laura Barnard, human resources, if you or a vendor may be interested in hosting a table. All vendors must be approved by HR.
For more information contact email@example.com or call x8752.
As part of the SOPHIA mission to support senior faculty development, a new program is being implemented to match faculty who are seeking promotion to professor or submitting files for post tenure review with faculty who have successfully gone through the promotion process and are willing to read and respond to promotion files, according to Terry Favero, biology. Faculty who are seeking promotion and would like to receive feedback on any aspect of the promotion dossier are asked to contact Favero at x7373 or firstname.lastname@example.org by October 23. please let us know. Senior faculty who are willing to volunteer and assist in this process are asked to contact Favero as well.
SOPHIA is a faculty engagement program, charged by the provost to explore and provide faculty development opportunities for senior-level faculty.
October is National Cycbersecurity Awareness Month, and information services invites the University community to participate in various awareness activities throughout the month of October. Complete an online cybersecurity quiz or enter our monthly email phishing derby to be entered to win an amazon gift card. Stop by our informational tables in Franz Hall Lobby to learn how you can use the internet safely and securely and pick up a #cyberaware t-shirt and other giveaways. To learn more about how to partake, please see the October Cybersecurity Newsletter.
The next Music at Midweek performance will take place on Wednesday, October 11, 12:30 p.m., in Hunt Center Recital Hall. Nico DeVilliers, a South African born, London based pianist, and co-author of Making the Tailcoats Fit: The Life and work of Richard Hageman, will perform a lecture recital featuring the music of Dutch-American composer Richard Hageman following several days of work with UP students on the song repertoire of the composer. The performance is free and open to all. For more information see http://nicodevilliers.com/#nico.
Investigative journalist Eileen Markey will offer a free lecture, “A Dangerous Woman: Faith, Politics and the Assassination of Sr. Maura Clarke,” on Tuesday, October 10, at 7:15 p.m., in Franz Hall room 120. In her talk, Markey (pictured) chronicles the spiritual and political journey that led Maryknoll Sister Maura Clarke to a Cold War martyrdom in El Salvador in 1980. Hosted by the Garaventa Center. For ADA accommodations or more information: email@example.com.