Campus News

March 24

Break out the rocks: MNCH Identification Day is on its way

Experts from the University of Oregon's Museum of Natural and Cultural History will be on hand to hel
Peppis' seminar on modernist fiction begins April 6
March 24

Register now for modernist fiction Insight Seminar

Registration is open for a seminar that will be taught by UO English professor Paul Peppis on 20
Vox Resonat performs in Eugene on Friday and Silverton on Saturday
March 22

Vox Resonat to perform in Eugene and Silverton

Vox Resonat – an ensemble of vocal soloists specializing in music of the Baroque, Renaissance and Middle Ages – will
March 21

UO Libraries' "Discover Music Sale" and "Music Services Intro" set for April 3-4

The UO Libraries will host a Discover Music Sale and a Music Services Intro on Wednesday, April 3, and Thursday, April 4, offering a variety of vintage recor
Chorale music and text
March 21

OBF’s Digital Bach Project launches new St. Matthew exploration

Bach’s St. Matthew Passion takes concert listeners through a story of betrayal, cruelty, faith, hope and redemption – the last hours of Jesus’ life.
Gottfredson and Ray are optimistic about the state economy
March 20

University presidents optimistic about state economy in 2013

With Oregon’s leading universities pulling together, there’s reason for optimism about the state economy in 2013.
Panelists at Alumni Women's Roundtable
March 20

Alumni Women's Roundtable draws crowd at UO Portland

This year's 4th annual UO Alumni Women’s Roundtable drew a r
Kramer (right) and Wachter play a free concert March 28 in NYC
March 20

“Broadway Meets Steinway” in UO’s New York concert

University of Oregon School of Music and Dance faculty members Dean Kramer and
Maruska is overseeing an art project on the Libraries' Runquist murals
March 19

Libraries’ Runquist murals get fresh look

Two sprawling murals that have been with UO Libraries since its opening in 1937 are getting a second look.
Laura Lee McIntyre, director of the School Psychology program
March 19

College of Education study evaluates autism

Autism spectrum disorder is the fastest growing group of neurodevelopmental disorders, affecting an estimated 1 in 88 individuals.