Campus News

Cast in rehearsal
May 22

University Theatre season closes with lost comedy of New Spain

‘Tricks to Inherit,’ written in 1789 and set in New Spain, touches on class dynamics and race in 1700s America
Stephen Gillett
May 22

Knight Campus speaker, a UO grad, to discuss digital change

Technology guru Stephen Gillett will deliver the first Knight Campus Distinguished Lecture
Margaret Redsteer
May 18

UO Today: Researcher discusses Navajo Nation and climate change

Margaret Redsteer talks about the effects of climate change on indigenous people
Diana Libuda
May 18

Learn how humans faithfully pass along genetic information

Biologist Diana Libuda will talk about DNA and sperm development in a May 23 Quack Chat
May 17

20th annual campus fun run and walk or roll will be held May 31

All events begin and end at the turf field near the Student Recreation Center starting at noon
Karen Freberg
May 17

Social media expert to give public talk May 23 at SOJC

Karen Freberg, an author and professor, is part of the school's PR Game Changer Speaker Series
Margo Jefferson
May 17

Margo Jefferson to give final lecture in 'We the People' series

The Pulitizer Prize-winning writer will give the annual Kritikos Lecture in the Humanities
Bedding plants
May 16

University Day focuses on adding pollinator plants to campus

The annual spruce-up happens Thursday, May 17, and is open to the entire campus community
Ned Robert and family
May 16

Duck's family ties inspire $1 million gift for new faculty chair

Ned Robert, who co-developed the balloon agioplasty, creates the UO's first endowed chair in biology
Artist rendering
May 15

University unveils vision for its new Black Cultural Center

The $2.2 million project is expected to get underway this fall at East 15th Avenue and Villard Street