Campus News

Man with bandage after giving blood
May 29

Campus pop-up donor center will bolster local blood supply

Clinics will be held June 4-6 and 11-13; appointments must be scheuled in advance
Measuring a classroom
May 26

Homegrown tool gives the UO an advantage in fall planning

An app was reconfigured to address physical distancing needs sparked by COVID-19
Scene showing virus transmission
May 22

UO launches 'Voices of Innovation and Impact' speaker series

Experts will discuss their work and take questions, beginning with COVID-19, via Zoom
Scene from the movie 'First Cow'
May 21

Faculty recommendations for passing time in the pandemic

Discover more films, TV shows and book recommendations in this second installment
'Song for a Lost Bird,' Jessica Segall
May 18

Create time and space for art as you shelter in place

Museum collections, music and movies are being offered online during the pandemic
Leonard Mlondinow
May 15

Physicist will explore how the human mind handles change

Leonard Mlodinow will discuss elastic thinking in the May 21 Kritikos Lecture
Dianne Nelson
May 15

After six decades, a UO operator prepares to hang it up

Dianne Nelson, who fielded untold thousands of calls, is ready to retire her headset
Abstract illustration of curved lines suggesting waves
May 11

May at the UO marks Asian Desi Pacific Island Heritage Month

Even with campus mostly quiet, the UO honors its student and staff communities
Paul Root Wolpe
May 11

Speaker to explore the ethical dilemmas tied to COVID-19

Paul Root Wolpe of Emory University will speak via Zoom on Thursday, May 14
Harper Keeler at the Urban Farm
May 11

Without students, the Urban Farm feeds the food pantry

The long-running program produces about 10 tons of vegetables and fruit a year

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