Campus News

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
Sunset
June 15

Outdoorsy celebration at UO museum to kick off summer

Activities geared to the summer solstice will put the emphasis on the great outdoors June 20
James Ivory
June 14

Filmmaker James Ivory to speak at cinema studies graduation

The award-winning director spoke to the first-ever class of cinema studies graduates in 2011
Bike lane closure sign on Agate Street
June 13

Move-out, commencement spur campus traffic cautions

Visitors to the area are urged to mind pedestrians and be prepared for congestion
Troy Campbell
June 12

UO prof and former 'imagineer' will discuss designing awesome

UO marketing prof Troy Campbell, a former Disney 'imagineer,' will discuss what people love, and why
Scene from the play 'Metamorphoses'
June 8

10 years later, gifts to Miller Theatre deliver dramatic changes

Gift-funded improvements now add up to better teaching, learning and production experiences
Greenland fjord filled with ice (Photo by Rosemary Camozzi)
June 6

UO reaffirms it will stay ambitious in acting on climate change

The university is now a member of the nationwide group We Are Still In
Patrick Phillips
June 6

Knight Campus project now moving into the design phase

In a message, Patrick Phillips notes the progress to date and lays out the next steps in moving the $1 billion initiative forward
Repairing an exhibit
June 2

Quick-moving custodians help stymie history museum leak

Hundreds of gallons of water damaged walls and ceilings, but no artifacts

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