Campus News

River and mountains with Land Air Water logo
February 27

Annual conference will promote unity among environmentalists

The Public Interest Environmental Law Conference will bring thousands of activists to the UO
A floating market in Thailand
February 24

Family day at UO museum will explore 'What’s Cooking?'

March 4 will be a day for families to stop in at the Museum of Natural and Cultural History
UO Board of Trustees 2016
February 23

Trustees to address tuition proposal at March meeting

The board will consider a recommendation for a 10.6 percent increase for 2017-18
Mabel Byrd (fourth from the right)
February 23

First African-American Duck was an early civil rights leader

Mabel Byrd spent two years at the UO, majoring in economics
Jessie Minton
February 22

New Information Services leader to join university from OHSU

Jessie Minton, a UO grad, approaches projects with ‘coordination and collaboration’
An empty stage
February 21

UO community members invited to join storytellers’ workshop

The workshop is connected with a May 11 'listening event'
Knight Law Center
February 21

Campus visits continue for School of Law dean candidates

Public presentations are Feb. 12, 23 and 27 in the Knight Law Center
Image shows two U.S. military veterans
February 20

Quack Chats to offer unvarnished stories of Oregon veterans

The public can experience UO historian Alex Dracobly’s course on veterans oral history Feb. 22
Model of the new Tykeson Hall
February 20

Cascade: New Tykeson Hall will unite college and careers

The building is designed from the ground up to align academic advising, career guidance and portfolio-building opportunities
Patrick Phillips
February 16

Report: Knight Campus gains momentum, national attention

Acting director Patrick Phillips updates the campus community on the initiative's progress