Campus News

Donating food to the Student Food Pantry
February 12

Faculty, staff play a role helping students facing food insecurity

Pointing students to resources is one of the many ways employees can help
MNCH courtyard
February 12

Nominations sought for annual Oregon Stewardship Award

Thanks to a gift, the UO's Museum of Natural and Cultural History will offer two awards
Health care worker getting vaccine
February 10

First UO health care employees get the COVID-19 vaccine

It remains unclear when innoculations may begin for faculty, staff and students
Aerial view of campus
February 9

President announces departure of UO's communications VP

Kyle Henley will depart Feb. 28 for a similar post at the University of Southern California
Nikole Hannah-Jones
February 8

New York Times reporter brings ‘The 1619 Project’ to the UO

Nikole Hannah-Jones won a Pulitzer Prize for her work documenting the legacy of slavery
Black History Month logo
February 8

Reflections on Black History Month from those who live it

Members of the UO's Black community share their experiences with race, community
Student Food Pantry
February 5

Pivot to virtual events spurs creative thinking for food drive

Online raffles and competitions are new ways for employees to engage and give
Lia Epperson
February 4

Civil rights expert to speak at annual Derrick Bell Lecture

Lia Epperson is a professor at the American University Washington College of Law
New York Times newspapers
February 3

UO community now has digital access to The New York Times

Archives, videos, blogs are included in the online subscription through UO Libraries
Françoise Baylis
February 3

Bioethicist named as this year's Wayne Morse Chair

Françoise Baylis is a research professor at Dalhousie University, Nova Scotia

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