Student Life

Relief carving of intertwined UO
February 6

Public sessions planned to discuss presidential search

Open sessions will be held on Feb. 11 at 9 a.m. in the Knight Law Center and at the 3 p.m. University Senate meeting.
Charles Darwin
February 6

MNCH marks the 206th birthday of naturalist Charles Darwin

Two other events later this month will be part of the Darwin Conversation series at the campus museum.
February 6

University budget process underway despite unknowns

An advisory board is about to make its budget recommendations, followed by a public forum with students.
February 5

New vendors for EMU among topics on committee agenda

A new blend of food and beverage offerings will provide a mix of various fares to choose from at the newly renovated and redesigned student union.
February 5

Two cases of meningococcemia confirmed

University of Oregon works with Lane County Public Health to respond to two cases of meningococcemia.
February 2

Sustainability Fair coming to EMU ballroom Feb. 3

The annual fair brings together many groups focused on the environment and offers hands-on involvement.
February 2

Symposium on food rights to address sustainable agriculture

Keynote speakers will be leaders from the Sustainable Economies Law Center and Food First.
Richard Davidson
February 2

Mindfulness research is topic for two days of public events

Feb. 9 symposium to feature prominent neuroscientist Richard Davidson; on Feb. 10 a 'Mindfulness Showcase' looks at UO research.
January 30

Graduate Student Research Forum to be held Feb. 20

Planning is continuing for this year’s Graduate Student Research Forum, which offers expanded awards, competitive
January 30

The UO tops another list of the best universities in Oregon

A 'data explainer' website gives the UO high marks for academics, diversity, campus quality and athletics.

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