The Weekly Wrap is an update each Friday morning from the Office of Strategic Communications. It provides highlights of news you may have missed during the week and showcases UO stories about amazing students, faculty, staff and alumni.
UO in the News
TMC News: University of Oregon was ranked at number 8 in StudentAdvisor.com’s annual list of the top 100 colleges with the best social media practices in the U.S.
KVAL: UO’s outdoor program spent Saturday giving the Agate playground a thorough cleaning to make it a safer place for families and children.
The Lund Report: A new study conducted at Boston Medical Center uses the Patient Activation Measure developed at UO to find a strong link between patient activation and hospital readmissions.
KGW: After a piece of mammoth tusk was discovered in Eastern Oregon earlier this month, UO paleontologists were able to preserve it for further examination.
UO on the Web
AroundtheO: University of Oregon professor Jon Erlandson was among 164 artists, scientists, scholars, authors and institutional leaders inducted into the American Academy of Arts and Sciences at a ceremony in Cambridge, Mass., this month.
UONews: The Lillis Business Complex, one of the nation’s most environmentally friendly business school facilities and the first LEED certified building in the Eugene-Springfield area, is celebrating its 10th anniversary this Thursday.
Daily Emerald: The University of Oregon’s ASUO Women’s Center is partnering with Community Alliance of Lane County to feature the Facing Equality photo series in the Oct. 25 Last Friday Art Walk.
UONews: More than 100 UO students and faculty are planning to participate in Make a Difference Day, a national event on Oct. 26 to give back service to local communities.
News 16: The University of Oregon will host its 8th ESPN College Gameday on campus this Saturday to kick off the undefeated Ducks’ game against UCLA.
GoDucks: Over the course of 16 hours, a GoDucks.com writer joins student-athlete Daryle Hawkins from a football practice in Eugene to a classroom in Portland.
- from the UO Office of Strategic Communications