Campus News

Elite athlete Praught works with the new UO sports clinic (photo: Tim Christie)
October 22

COMING ATTRACTIONS: New sports science clinic heads list of upcoming events at the UO

COMING ATTRACTIONS is a regular feature of AroundTheO, highlighting the many upcoming lectures, exhibits and other events at the UO
October 22

Resources are available to new faculty and staff

Within the University of Oregon's 295-acre campus, its 260 academic programs and its countless websites, a variety of resources are available to help acclima
ESPN College GameDay, Courtesy: GoDucks.com
October 22

ESPN’s College GameDay returns to the Memorial Quad

The University of Oregon will host ESPN's "College GameDay" for the fifth-straight year when the on-campus pregame show comes to Eugene this week for No.
October 21

UO scientists invited to November journal conference in Seattle

Scholarly journals are the primary vehicle to communicate discovery to the science community and the public.
Ucci joined the UO faculty in 2004 and taught art and digital arts.
October 20

UO arts professor Kartz Ucci leaves artwork and a song with her passing

Kartz Ucci, associate professor of digital arts for the University of Oregon
Networking event is Oct. 22 in Portland
October 20

Network with employers at UO’s Oct. 22 Get Connected event in Portland

The University of Oregon’s Career Center in Portland is hosting the fifth annual Get Connected event on Tuesday, Oct. 22 from 5 p.m. to 8:30 p.m.
Now THAT'S a great blue heron ... with nice feet (photo by Erick Hoffman)
October 18

UO WEEK: in photos (through Oct. 18)

The weekly AroundtheO photo gallery focuses on the people and places that make the University of Oregon special.
October 18

UO hosts Disability Studies forum and luncheon Oct. 22

The University of Oregon will host a Disability Studies forum and lunch from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 22, in the Knight Library browsing room.
Lillis Business Complex
October 17

CONSTRUCTION: Lillis Business Complex part of biggest building boom in UO history

EDITOR'S NOTE: The University of Oregon has benefited from a steady stream of new construction projects and building upgrades over the past 25 years, and

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