Campus News

Matthew Halls
June 27

The baton is raised for the start of a new Oregon Bach Festival

This year's event features an array of concerts, classes and community offerings
Three images from exhibition
June 23

JSMA exhibit features women of different cultures and abilities

Opening reception for “Brilliant and Resilient: Celebrating the Power of Disabled Women Activists” is June 28
Fossil exhibit
June 23

Legislature taps UO museum as state’s official home for fossils

The Museum of Natural and Cultural History is now the official repository for publicly owned fossils
Ford Alumni Center
June 22

Six foundation trustees are honored for their years of service

The six retiring board members have helped advance both the foundation and university
Brad Foley
June 21

School of Music and Dance dean to return to teaching in 2018

Brad Foley will step down after 16 years leading the school
The EMU
June 20

Campus buildings, services shift to reduced summer hours

Most services will continue during the summer, but some schedules will chanage
Researcher holding culture dish
June 20

How growing human organs in a lab could be a boon to research

A campus talk June 25 will delve into ethics as well as science
News grads with the Duck
June 19

Ducks on the wing: The Class of 2017 bids farewell

More than 5,000 students had the chance to say goodbye during commencement ceremonies
Building exterior
June 16

Public sessions offer information on Portland graduate programs

People will be able to hear about programs in journalism, business and architecture
Artwork in the exhibit
June 15

Portland’s art and technology thesis exhibit features intermedia

The show is the last for the White Box gallery, which closes on important, diverse note

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