Campus News

Women at a gathering in South America
April 10

Roundtable will address immigrant and refugee rights issues

UO faculty and immigration lawyers will discuss women fleeing violence in Central America
Laptop open to Common App
April 10

UO to become a member of the Common Application

The university becomes the first public institution on the West Coast to adopt the form
The UO emblem on Dads Gate
April 8

Plane crash claims four, including prospective UO student

A young man and his parents were aboard an aircraft that came down in Linn County
UO sociology professor Jill Ann Harrison
April 7

From shrimp to world trade, UO prof talks globalization research

Sociology professor Jill Ann Harrison discusses Louisiana shrimping and world trade on 'UO Today'
UO graduate alumnus Mao Fei
April 7

Biotech entrepreneur to speak at distinguished alumni event

UO doctoral grad Mao Fei went on to be a leader in the field and start his own company
A black girl playing with a doll
April 7

Documentary 'Black Girl In Suburbia' to be screened April 13

The award-winning film depicts the life of black girls growing up in white communities
Bootprint on lunar surface
April 6

UO linguist will explore Neil Armstrong's missing moon letter

Melissa Baese-Berk will talk about speech and perception at the next Quack Chat
Bowl filled with roasted peppers with freekeh and goat cheese
April 5

Museum seeks recipes, photos and stories about family meals

Museum of Natural and Cultural History is teaming with a ceramic artist to capture how local families dish up meals
Road signs reading Economy and Environment
April 4

Registration open for upcoming forum on green investing

Speakers will discuss ways to help both the environment and the bottom line
Multicolored umbrellas
April 3

Museum of art hosts major Western watercolor exhibit

On view from April 8 to June 19, the exhibition is three shows combined into one