The University of Oregon School of Law will hold 2013 commencement exercises at 1 p.m. on Saturday (May 18) at the Hult Center for the Performing Arts in downtown Eugene. A reception will immediately follow the ceremony at the Knight Law Center, 1515 Agate St.
Pouring rain and cooler temperatures didn’t stop volunteers from participating Thursday in University Day, the campus-wide beautification project that occurs each year.
Started in 1905 to improve the grounds before commencement, the day has evolved to celebrate and preserve the natural beauty of the campus.
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Environmental, health and engineering experts from across Oregon will discuss the impacts of fuels and cooking throughout the world at the inaugural Spark Initiative showcase, to be held from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. today (Friday, May 17) at the University of Oregon's Erb Memorial Union.
Just as undergraduate students complete a week of events celebrating their research efforts, younger budding scientists from grades 1-8 in the Eugene 4J School District will invade the University of Oregon on Saturday. They'll be showing off their experiments and inventions.
There was extra foot traffic and mingling crowds all day on Thursday, May 16, in the Erb Memorial Union as students gathered to share their research efforts during the third annual Undergraduate Symposium.
"Oregon Archaeology," written by three archaeologists at the University of Oregon's Museum of Natural and Cultural History, earned a 2013 Oregon Heritage Excellence Award from the Oregon Heritage Commission.
One was called “the epitome of an entrepreneur.” The other, “an incredibly hard worker.”
Together, Kala Bernhardt and William “Brent” Hamilton are the 2013 Outstanding Students in Law and Entrepreneurship.
If approved as proposed, a public institutional board for the University of Oregon would provide a springboard for “astonishing” successes, university President Michael Gottfredson said May 14, at a campus gathering with faculty and staff.