Campus News

Aerial view of campus
March 20

As UO prepares to grow, so does planning for a new building

The classroom and faculty office building would add 750 student seats and could open in 2021
Ann Curry
March 19

Acclaimed journalist Ann Curry talks about career, UO board

She also talked about her new PBS series and the future of journalism in a UO Today interview
Mia Alvar
March 15

UO Today: Filipino-American fiction writer reads her work

Mia Alvar reads from her short story collection 'In the Country' and discusses her writing
UO physics professor Mike Raymer
March 15

Professor to explore the coming revolution in quantum technology

Professor Mike Raymer will talk about the development and potential of quantum computing
Lewis Kamb (middle) and Jim Brunner (right)
March 14

Seattle Times reporters win SOJC ethics award for mayor exposé

Allegations of sexual abuse in the mayor’s past posed dilemmas for Jim Brunner and Lewis Kamb
Officer Troy Phillips and Onyx
March 13

UO Police Department puts a friendly, furry face on the beat

Connecting with students and detecting explosives are the main duties for Onyx the police dog
Alisha Moreland-Capuia
March 8

Portland physician will discuss psychological effects of racism

Dr. Alisha Moreland-Capuia is next guest in African-American Lecture and Workshop Series
Joe Lowndes
March 7

UO Today: Professor explores the history of conservative populism

Political science professor Joseph Lowndes discusses conservatism in the 20th century and today
Three women performing at a Women's Heritage Month event
March 7

Lectures, films and more celebrate Women's Heritage Month

March events across campus and the community celebrate and honor women
Keith Achepohl with Paul Peppis
March 7

UO Today: Eugene-based artist discussed his new exhibition

Keith Achepohl and Schnitzer museum director Jill Hartz talked about Achepohl’s time at an artist’s retreat

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