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
eNews Park Forest: UO has once again earned the acknowledgement as a top military friendly school.
The Register-Guard: United Academics and UO reached tentative agreement on first collective bargaining contract.
UO on the Web
AroundtheO: The UO-led Atlas of Yellowstone has received an award from the Wyoming State Historical Society – the second award this year for the atlas, which began nine years ago as a geography class project at the UO.
AroundtheO: Instead of voting to confirm the members of the board, the Senate voted to refer all of the governor's executive appointments for three university boards of trustees back to the Senate Rules Committee.
Oregon Research: The Large Hadron Collider at CERN in Geneva is shut down for scheduled retooling, but as crews work to double its energy capacity for proton collisions to 14 trillion electron volts (TeV), two University of Oregon physicists are rising into pivotal leadership roles for the data handling system of the ATLAS experiment.
KVAL: The University of Oregon hosted a day full of activities celebrating Hispanic culture on Sunday to mark the beginning of Hispanic heritage month, kicking off the festivities with an all-ages soccer tournament.
AroundtheO: An exhibit focusing on Iberian and Latin American studies continues through next February at the University of Oregon Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art.
Scout: Following Johnny Mundt’s breakout performance in the Ducks’ 59-14 win over Tennessee on Sept. 14, Mundt has been awarded John Mackey Tight End of the Week.