Campus News

Climate change protester
October 26

Ducks help build the foundation for a landmark climate lawsuit

Students held a rally at the federal courthouse after the Supreme Court put the trial on hold
UO entrance sign
October 22

UO reaffirms commitment to inclusion of all genders and identities

Academic leaders respond to reports of the federal government narrowing the definition of gender
Tim Duy (left) and Bruce McCain
October 22

The economy continues to grow, but inequalities remain

The Oregon Economic Forum in Portland explored a variety of issues and solutions
Oregon Marching Band at Autzen
October 19

Festival of Bands competition hits Autzen Stadium Oct. 27

High school marching bands from across the Pacific Northwest are set to compete in Eugene
Sculptor Gary Staab
October 19

Fish story: Museum's sabertooth salmon gets its teeth fixed

Sculptor Gary Staab dabbles in dentistry to bring the iconic fish into line with new research
Event poster
October 17

Combined networking event supports communities of color

New collaboration strengthens connections among students, faculty members and staff
Illustration of lock on a circuit board
October 15

Cybersecurity event will bring federal expertise to campus

The event takes place Oct. 29, and UO students, faculty and staff can register for free by Oct. 19
Helen Neville
October 15

UO’s Helen Neville, a leading brain scientist, passes at age 72

Neville helped bring neuroimaging and the Lewis Integrative Science Building to campus
Ian Redmond
October 15

Conservationist to discuss protecting elephants and gorillas

Ian Redmond visit campus Oct. 22 to discuss the effects of poaching and climate change
Crystal Roman
October 12

‘Black Latina the Play’ explores themes of race and inclusion

Writer/director Crystal Roman will bring her one-woman play to UO’s Hope Theatre

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