Campus News

Oily water at remediation site
April 19

Symposium looks at using microbes to clean up contamination

Known as bioremediation, the approach holds promise for cleaning up polluted sites
Computer screens in a lab
April 19

Public talk will tie aging research to the Knight Campus

Patrick Phillips will tackle our desires to cheat death and live longer May 9 at Eugene's Shedd Institute
Twilight image of building exterior, Price Science Commons and Research Library.
April 19

Price Science Library wins AIA award for design excellence

The building is one of seven library projects worldwide to be honored for its architecture and design
Frohnmayer Music Building celebration
April 19

Longtime donors make new gift that reaches across campus

Generous investment by Leona and Robert DeArmond will support scholarships and a faculty chair
Members of the Pakistani delegation
April 17

Delegation from Pakistan visits UO to discuss disability policy

Ten professional leaders and policymakers will also cover professional exchange opportunities
UO College of Design
April 17

UO’s new College of Design will put the focus on creativity

The School of Architecture and Allied Arts is getting a new name and new organization
Sandra Morgen
April 17

First Acker-Morgen Lecture will honor two UO feminist scholars

When Joan Acker, who helped found the Center for the Study of Women in Society, and Sandra Morgen, a longtime center d
Randi Weingarten
April 14

President of teachers union will speak on the future of education

AFT President Randi Weingarten will be at events set for Portland and Eugene
Self-driving cars on roadway
April 14

Workshop will look at how to prepare for self-driving cars

Urbanism Next looks at how the coming of autonomous vehicle could change cities
Noa Cohen and family
April 14

Five of Oregon’s best high schoolers accept Stamps awards

This fall’s class includes students from Portland, Bend, Klamath Falls, Beaverton and Corvallis