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AEI survey is part of a research project aimed at helping international students communicate more clearly with UO faculty

The competitive excellence plan summarizes several strategic initiatives and new proposals to advance the university’s mission

In addition to listening sessions, the search committee has an online survey for individuals who wish to share input about a new president

Ciara Jasinski. Photo: Brinkley Capriola.

Freshman profile: Ciara Jasinski

The freshman from Arizona made sure to bring a pair of rain boots to Oregon.

“Kick for a Cure” Pink Game

Soccer Raises $2,000 for Susan G. Komen Foundation

The money was raised through a silent auction at the game, the pink jersey online auction and by Oregon soccer family and friends

Rawlins on writing: Don't let college essays drive you nuts

UO admissions director Jim Rawlins is featured in a USA Today article that offers high school students tips for writing a good admissions essay

After 47 years, high school program closes its doors

The program, begun in 1967, offered a way for migrant farmworkers to earn a high school-equivalent diploma through a 10-week course

Ed Madison

New video workshop gets attention for digital storytelling

The Digital Skills Workshop offers a new way to teach teachers how to use technology to help students meet new Common Core standards

SpookTastic! concert

Brass bands get in the spirits with SpookTastic! concert

UO brass bands trade scales for scares in annual concert featuring spooky, but not frightening, classical music with a Halloween theme

Tyrone Hayes

Conference to address effects of herbicides on health

Keynote speaker Tyrone Hayes, a biology professor from Berkeley, will discuss the effects of a common herbicide on amphibian populations

Oregon Bach Festival

Oregon Bach Festival transitions to interim leadership

A face familiar is in a new position of leadership, as the former head prepares to return to Europe

Comics Pedagogy Symposium

Symposium will explore ways to use comics in college classrooms

The Comics Pedagogy Symposium will bring together scholars and authors to discuss ways to use comics and graphic novels in college curriculum

UO gets big bounce in annual sexual health rankings

The university's smartphone app SexPositive is praised as one reason the UO leapfrogged 31 places compared to last year's ranking