Campus News

Fall retreat scene
September 21

Students from diverse heritage bond in annual fall retreat

The Center for Multicultural Academic Excellence builds network of academic support
Actors in makeup
September 20

Moviemaking Ducks score big with their first film out of college

'Waldgeist,' made by a team of cinema studies grads, will have its premier Sept. 23 in Portland
Physicist Richard Taylor talks
September 19

Quack Chats to land in downtown Eugene starting Sept. 27

UO’s pub talk series, designed to encourage public interaction with UO researchers, is moving to the Downtown Athletic Club
Beatrice Dohrn, director of the Nonprofit Clinic; Marcilynn Burke, dean of law; and Heather Brinton, director, Environmental and Natural Resources Law Center.
September 19

Oregon Community Foundation grants $1.8M to UO law school

Funding will boost the Environmental and Natural Resource Law Center and the Nonprofit Clinic
Artwork in the exhibit
September 18

Science is turned into art in new exhibition coming to JSMA

With ‘Appropriating Science,’ the UO art museum will feature the works of Barbara MacCallum
George Wickes
September 18

Professor, student, soldier, spy: George Wickes and Vietnam

The unlikely story of a retired UO English professor and his wartime service
A bicyclist riding on campus
September 18

Ducks who don't drive can win big in the Drive Less Challenge

Through Sept. 30, UO employees can bag prizes for green, healthy commuting habits
Robot hands
September 15

Oregon Economic Forum to look at new economy of sin and robots

The 14th annual event is Oct. 26 at the Portland Marriott Downtown Waterfront
Traffic on move-in day
September 15

Caution: Flocks of Ducks to land on campus Thursday

Around 4,000 new students move to campus this week, bringing changes to parking and traffic
Chet Paulson
September 15

UO mourns passing of Chet Paulson, a fan of football and folios

A longtime and ardent supporter, he leaves behind rich legacy for the UO and the state

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