Campus News

Tasia Smith
January 14

A campus gathering Jan. 18 will celebrate the life of Tasia Smith

Smith, who died in December, was a professor of counseling psychology and human services
Artist conception of avian dinosaurs
January 11

MNCH puts a feathered friend on display in new dino exhibit

The birdlike Archaeopteryx is the star of a new exhibit at the Museum of Natural and Cultural History
Franklin Boulevard intersection
January 10

City seeks comments on planned Franklin Boulevard makeover

A series of public meetings will be held in late January to gather ideas from the public
MLK images
January 9

University honors the life and legacy of MLK throughout January

Awards, speakers, marches and music are part of the university and community activities
Gabe Paquette
January 9

Honors College dean talks about his latest book on UO Today

Gabe Paquette discusses his coming book, the honors college and the value of liberal arts
Christopher Hendon
January 4

Dr. Coffee to reveal the secrets of a consistent cup at pub talk

Chemist Christopher Hendon will give the low-down on how to make great coffee every time
Museum of Natural and Cultural History exterior
January 3

MNCH seeks nominations for the Oregon Stewardship Award

The Museum of Natural and Cultural History will announce the award recipient on March 1
A SAIL science class
January 3

The UO's SAIL program charts a new course across Oregon

The college access program for middle- and high-schoolers is opening to students across the state
Artist rendering of east campus development
January 2

Developer shares possible vision for former Romania property

A classic structure would be preserved, and residential, retail and business space added
Dave Petrone and Jon Anderson
December 21

Twin matching gifts create new chairs, boost faculty excellence

Longtime donors step up again to establish faculty endowments in journalism and economics

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