Campus News

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
School lunch items
April 14

'Renegade Lunch Lady' to give talk on healthy food for schools

Chef Ann Cooper is an advocate for fresh, nourishing school meals
Kids at a science camp
April 13

Big science and little kids on tap at annual UO science fair

Scores of children will show off their science skills at Willamette Hall on April 22
Thomas Jefferson
April 13

Historians will shed light on private life of Thomas Jefferson

Two leading Jefferson scholars will deliver the 2017 O'Fallon Lecture April 21
Zarina Rogers and her father Nathan at Stamps signing day
April 12

Expansion makes UO's Stamps Scholarship twice as nice

UO Stamps Scholarships to double, opening prestigious program to out-of-state students
Law professor Greg Dotson
April 12

UO Today: Environmental law prof discusses Clean Power Plan

Greg Dotson worked on the plan while at the Center for American Progress
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