Born in 1965, the University of Oregon's Center for Volcanology is now an international powerhouse. Our students and researchers are working on computer simulations, analyzing materials in their labs, and working out in the field at various volcanic sites.
The southern migration for the Ducks-Badgers matchup is about more than just competition. The UO will showcase research collaborations, academic programs, community service, and the rosy UO student experience.
The University of Oregon is situated on Kalapuya ilihi, the traditional indigenous homeland of the Kalapuya people. This month, we honor the diverse cultures, history, and contributions of all Native Americans.
Journalism and public relations students traveled to Doha, Qatar, to cover the IAAF Track and Field World Championships for US media. It was a preview for 2021, when Eugene hosts the championships at Hayward Field at the University of Oregon.
360-degree video. Augmented reality apps. Virtual worlds. Students and faculty at UO Portland's new Oregon Reality Lab are using immersive media technologies to create virtual reality experiences. They're also also studying their impact on communication, business, and social innovation.
The Atlantic recently referred to Christopher Hendon as “specialty coffee’s resident scientist.” Now that he’s our scientist, he’s using supercomputers to work on solving the world's most pressing energy and sustainability problems
The University of Oregon unveiled architectural renderings of the Phil and Penny Knight Campus for Accelerating Scientific Impact, revealing a singular design where impact and curiosity will come to life
President Michael H. Schill announced an expansion of research and discovery, student access, and faculty hiring made possible by a new, $50 million anonymous gift to establish the Presidential Fund for Excellence.
In 2013, five outstanding Oregon high school seniors committed to the University of Oregon after being named the first UO recipients of the prestigious Stamps Scholarship. This June, that first cohort will graduate.
Kevin Frazier, BS '15, founded Passport Oregon in the spring of 2016 to take students and their parents out of their normal, every day city lives and into nature; helping Oregonians experience the state of Oregon.
From making well-timed gifts to steady the UO’s academic mission during hard times to propelling the Ducks to the national stage, Nike founder Philip H. Knight’s incredible generosity has transformed the UO during his lifetime.