Student Life

Kris Winter
August 23

Kris Winter, new dean of students, to join UO Sept. 19

A UO grad, Kris Winter returns to the university after a stint at OSU in Corvallis
Handwarmers that are metal boxes with switch on front
August 23

Product design students nab awards for zinc gadgets

A rechargeable light and handwarmer, both made using zinc, won national awards
UO student throwing the O in front of the 'YO' statue in New York City
August 22

High-flying Ducks swoop into New York for media tour

Donor couple helps top journalism students take an O-shaped bite out of the Big Apple
Lauren Goss examining old film reels
August 17

UO Libraries' student jobs are not just off the shelf

Thanks to donors, work-study positions at the UO Libraries help students and the entire university
Artist rendering of wood building complex
August 16

Students nab second place in national design competition

Students designed buildings for a New York City site using timber as a building material
Chemistry professor Jim Hutchison and incoming freshman Makenna Pennel
July 8

New Stamps scholar hits the trail before hitting the books

Makenna Pennel used Run with a Researcher to get an intro with chemistry professor Jim Hutchison
The Order of the Coif pin
July 5

A dozen UO law graduates named to the Order of the Coif

Election to the national honor society is the highest academic honor for law students
Members of the SOMD low brass DuckTet performing
July 5

SOMD students hit high notes on the international stage

A low brass performing group and students exploring music technology recently earned accolades
Members of the Delta Sigma Theta sorority at a campus gathering this spring.
June 29

Black Greek-letter groups assess new campus chapters

The UO has invited six historically black Greek-Letter organizations to campus to hold informational sessions
Image of the supernova taken with a telescope at Pine Mountain Observatory
June 27

Wow at Pine Mountain: UO students zoom in on a dying star

"An improbable goal" is reached as UO undergrads on the first science run of a "small but mighty" new telescope at the Pine Mountain Observatory

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