Campus News

Coronavirus testing event
October 29

COVID-19 testing slots available to UO employees and students

The voluntary tests are free and available on a first-come, first-served basis on Nov. 2-6
Student putting ballot in ballot box
October 28

Students, faculty, staff offer views on a momentous election

During the last presidential election, 73 percent of registered UO students cast ballots
Racing to Change poster
October 27

Museum's exhibit on Eugene's civil rights history goes digital

Oregon Black Pioneers and the Black community were key partners on the collection
UO President Michael Schill
October 27

President Schill urges the campus community to vote

He calls on faculty, staff and students to reject hate and vitriol and embrace understanding
Brain scans
October 27

UO conference features top researchers in brain injury science

The Center on Brain Injury Research and Training is organizing the virtual event
COVID-19 test swab in tube
October 26

State allocates $4.3 million to the UO for COVID-19 test processing

The funding takes advantage of UO's science strengths to double state testing capacity
Kathleen Hall Jamieson
October 22

Morse Center hosts founder of FactCheck.org for virtual lecture

The co-founder of FactCheck.org will discuss online deception and confusion in politics
Man using laptop
October 22

As Wi-Fi needs surge, the UO adds wireless infrastructure

Students with network problems in the residence halls should contact ResNet
Monitoring team members
October 21

New grant will expand COVID-19 testing in Latinx communities

A $4.9 million NIH award will allow the UO to reach underserved Oregon communities
A cyclist on the new bikeway
October 19

New bikeway connecting UO and downtown nears opening

The city and UO will celebrate the opening of the two-lane corridor Oct. 23-30

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