Campus News

Patrick Phillips
March 21

Knight Campus town hall meeting slated for April 4

The public gathering will provide updates on the progress of the $1 billion initiative
Ancil Payne Award for Ethics in Journalism
March 20

AP reporter wins SOJC's ethics award for Venezuela series

The reporters tackled health care in Venezuela, private prisons and a resort project
Students in the Sports Product Management class
March 17

SPM prepares its first graduating class, many with jobs in hand

All 37 students who started the program two years ago will graduate this month
Richard Taylor, physics and materials science
March 17

Quack Chats will look at tapping nature to overcome blindness

Physicist Richard Taylor will detail his team’s bio-inspired efforts to use fractals to repair vision loss
Members of the Oregon Black Pioneers Board of Directors
March 17

Oregon Black Pioneers receives historic preservation award

The group was honored with the George McMath Award from the School of Architecture and Allied Arts
Marcilynn Burke
March 15

University of Houston associate dean to lead UO law school

Marcilynn Burke also was a top official in the U.S. Department of the Interior
Philosophy professor Nicolae Morar
March 14

Philosophy professor talks clinical ethics in UO Today interview

Nicolae Morar appears with PeaceHealth ethics director John Holmes
People holding signs at a Seattle meeting on the minimum wage
March 14

Architect of Seattle's $15 minimum wage to speak at UO event

Jonathan Rosenblum will discuss his new book on the pay campaign
Ann Bancroft on one of her polar expeditions
March 14

UO grad owns the record book as a pioneering polar explorer

Ann Bancroft, a 1981 grad, tops several lists of polar records
Gov. Brown with Duck alumni
March 9

Ducks swoop into Salem to make a case for a budget boost

Supporters are asking legislators for a $100 million increase for public universities

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