Campus News

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
Lorry Lokey
March 6

Lokey's next project: $10 million for Knight Campus faculty chairs

One of the UO's most generous supporters steps up again in hope of sparking other gifts
Illustration of self-driving cars
March 5

Presidential fund awards $1 million for Urbanism Next Center

A center will be established to research how new tech will affect cities
James Ivory
March 5

UO alum James Ivory wins Oscar for 'Call Me by Your Name'

The legendary director is honored with his first-ever individual Oscar for best adapted screenplay
MNCH exhibit
March 5

UO science museum is tapped as a national medal finalist

The local community is asked to #ShareYourStory about the museum on social media in March, April
Robin Wall Kimmerer
March 5

Indigenous knowledge and public lands is topic of Clark lecture

Native American professor Robin Wall Kimmerer of SUNY will speak March 13 in Lillis Hall
Backhoe tearing down building
March 2

New era begins as construction starts on UO's Knight Campus

‘This is an important moment in the history of our university,’ President Schill says at a groundbreaking ceremony
The UO emblem on Dads Gate
March 2

Tuition process for next academic year wraps at board meeting

A 2.8 percent increase in resident tuition is relatively modest by recent standards

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