Multimedia

Juan-Carlos Molleda, dean of the School of Journalism and Communication
July 15

Optimism, broad communications experiences drive new SOJC dean

Juan-Carlos Molleda took a nontraditional route into academia and is ready to help students take on the changing challenges in communications
Chuck and Gwen Lillis
July 12

Gift from Gwen and Chuck Lillis boosts volcanology faculty cluster

The $10 million contribution from Gwen and Chuck Lillis funds the hiring of two expert faculty and startup costs
W. Andrew Marcus
July 8

Andrew Marcus stands tall as the new Tykeson Dean

After seeing three of his own children through the College of Arts and Sciences, Marcus has a keen perspective on leadership
Runners at the UO
July 7

Not an Olympian? You can still run with a star UO researcher

Check out video on the scores of people who have joined the morning runs
Duck athlete Jenna Prandini on the Hayward Field track
July 1

Tracking her course: Jenna Prandini at the Olympic Trials

Prandini, who graduated in June, is one of the fastest women to run at the UO
A graduate student works with a child in the UO's HEDCO Clinic.
June 28

Leadership gift will expand HEDCO Clinic in College of Education

Quest Fund’s $6 million gift provides support to broaden the clinic's reach 
Allyn and Cheryl Ramberg Ford
June 17

Fords’ $7 million gift initiates renovation of Pacific Hall

The latest gift from donors Cheryl and Allyn Ford will renovate science labs and kick off a major update of the UO’s original 1952 science building
School of Journalism and Communication
June 16

Academic Ducks: School of Journalism and Communication

The SOJC is a community of media scholars and professionals dedicated to teaching, research, and creative projects
Scene from 2016 commencement ceremony
June 10

Congratulations to the University of Oregon Class of 2016

Graduating students bid farewell to their undergraduate years at the 2016 commencement ceremony
Kenda and Kenneth Singer
June 8

Gift expands collaboration between academics, athletics

Leading human physiology professors will move to new laboratories at Hayward Field

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