Campus News

March 11

Youth Enrichment/Talented and Gifted Program offers spring break camp

Spring break is from March 25 to March 29, and children in the second- through sixth-grades have a variety of classes to choose from through the
Convicted murderer Gary Haugen
March 11

Death penalty case to be heard at UO School of Law

Oregon death row inmate Gary Haugen is fighting Gov. John Kitzhaber for his right to die.
Lacrosse March 16 includes faculty/staff appreciation (photo credit: Eric Evans)
March 10

Oregon Women’s Lacrosse March 16 features faculty/staff appreciation

The Oregon Women’s Lacrosse matchup with no.
Barth will perform modern works during a free performance March 16
March 10

Portland concert to feature Grammy flutist

Highlighting a month-long celebration of modern music, Grammy-award winning flutist and UO faculty member
Yvette Alex-Assensoh
March 8

Finalists for second-in-command at equity and inclusion to visit campus

Two finalists for the position of assistant vice president and chief of staff in the University of Oregon's Office of Equity and Inclusion will be on campus
March 7

PEBB meetings focus on better care, lower costs

Better health at lower costs.
Michael Redding
March 7

Redding to take Chicago position, leaving UO

Michael Redding, vice president of university relations at the University of Oregon, announced today (March 7) that he has accepted a position at the Univers
James Bean, provost
March 6

UO sees growth in graduate programs

Graduate studies enrollment data shows moderate growth in overall programs in recent years, Provost James Bean said, in a recent message to the UO community.
"Balaganchik" is free March 9 and 10 at the Global Scholars Hall
March 6

UO Russian Theater Presenting Balaganchik March 9

“Balaganchik,” or "The Puppet Show," is a tale of mystics, romance and a global revolution.
Reuben Zahler
March 6

UO prof discusses Chavez death with Wall Street Journal

Reuben Zahler, an assistant professor of history with the University of Ore