College of Design

Architecture professor Mark Gillem
March 23

Gillem and team win 7 of 17 awards for federal projects

The awards honored Gillem and his firm, The Urban Collaborative, for projects focused on American military installations in the U.S. and Puerto Rico.
Stained glass version of the university seal
March 17

Candidates come calling as dean searches rev up

With four dean searches underway, candidates for all of them could be on campus at the same time in the weeks following spring break.
Microbial cloud illustration by Gwenda Kaczor
March 9

Like it or not, we all have our own cloud of microbes (OQ)

Thanks to research conducted by BioBE scientists, we now know that each of us emits a one-of-a-kind microbial cloud into the surrounding air.
A book produced on the Connective Conversations series.
March 4

Partnership expands support to Oregon artists

Connective Conversations enriches the state's visual arts by giving artists access to curators and critics and and bringing their work to a wider audience.
Postdoctoral researcher Erica Hartmann
March 3

UO researcher cooks up chemistry for kids

Hartman wrote "The Adventures of Meg A. Mole, Future Chemist," a child-friendly publication issued by the American Chemical Society.
Students in the OregonBILDS studio frame and lift exterior walls into place.
February 25

UO housing design program wins national award

The housing design award is given jointly by the Association of Collegiate Schools of Architecture and the American Institute of Architecture.
UO President Michael Schill (left) and U.S. Sen. Ron Wyden listen as speakers discuss a joint program to boost wood manufacturing in Oregon.
February 17

Sen. Ron Wyden visits campus to talk wood products

Wyden and Sen. Jeff Merkley helped secure a $400,000 grant for the new National Center for Advanced Wood Products Manufacturing and Design.
The Energy Studies in Buildings Laboratory Climate Chamber
January 25

Science Friday chases bugs with look at UO research

The popular NPR program will feature research from the UO on microbial clouds and antibiotic-resistent pathogens found in dust.
Marc Schlossberg
January 22

Schlossberg talks bicycles vs. cars in Israel

The UO professor of city and regional planning is at the Technion-Israel Institute of Technology on a Fulbright fellowship.
John Fenn, a professor in the UO arts administration program, also is a cultural agent for the U.S. Department of Arts and Culture
January 21

Campus invited to add to ‘People’s State of the Union’

A Jan. 29 gathering in the Many Nations Longhouse at UO aims to collect stories from the campus and community for a ‘cultural narrative.’

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