Campus News

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
A portion of a tapestry
September 15

UO art museum to show rare, 400-year-old Italian tapestries

An exhibition of rare Italian tapestries will have an early unveiling Sept.
Northern flicker
September 14

Local artist Greg Giesy brings photo exhibit to UO law school

The show runs through Dec. 18, with a reception Sept. 21 at the Knight Law Center
PathwayOregon students
September 12

Led by Knight gift, UO achieves record $695M fundraising year

The university has now reached $1.7 billion in its historic $2 billion campaign
Frohnmayer Music Building celebration
September 11

UO grad and passionate Duck Leona DeArmond passes at 88

With her husband Bob, the couple gave generously to music, business, libraries, athletics and other programs
The UO emblem on Dads Gate
September 8

Board welcomes new provost and discusses campus growth

Trustees also approved Kalapuya Ilihi as the name of the new residence hall
Candles being lit at a vigil
September 8

UO hosts national victim support conference Sept. 12-14

‘Leave No Victim Behind’ draws 200-plus national emergency response experts to campus
Green light bulbs
September 8

Campus festival celebrating innovation posts call for proposals

Set for Oct. 27, Innovation Summit 2017 is open to students, faculty, alumni and community members
Unpack the Quack 2016
September 7

Volunteers needed to greet new Ducks at Unpack the Quack

Volunteers are key players when new students move into residence halls
UO President Michael H. Schill
September 5

President Schill calls for keeping DACA immigration policy

In a message to campus, the president tells students the UO will continue to support them

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