Campus News

June 13

UO public records office increases volume, efficiency

A year-end report from University of Oregon's Office of Public Records indicates a larger volume than ever of requests for information about various UO opera
Hoss will work with the CDC in Atlanta
June 13

Law school student will work with Atlanta’s CDC

Aila Hoss is off to Atlanta to help the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and “Winnable Battles.”
Mary Hite
June 13

Mary Hite retires after 39 years of service

Among the many dedicated UO employees to be honored at the UO rec
Jim Rawlins (photo courtesy of Colorado State University)
June 12

National leader hired to head UO admissions

Jim Rawlins, a nationally recognized leader in admissions, has been hired as the new director of Admissions at the University of Oregon.
Observing Pakistani elections was "transformational" for Johnson
June 12

Oregon law student witnesses historic elections in Pakistan

Will Johnson is pursuing a concurrent J.D./MA in International Studies, and is scheduled to complete his degree requirements in May 2014.
Harvard's Fisher will lead the upcoming theme, "Media and Democracy"
June 12

Harvard law professor is visiting Morse chair

The University of Oregon School of Law this fall will host a Harvard law professor who developed that university’s first “massive open online courses.”
June 11

Veterans Oral History project captures the stories of UO student veterans

“I thought we were doing good over there, I thought we were rebuilding the country.
June 11

Mobile interface design worth $15,000 to student winners

Can you create a meaningful mobile experience?
June 11

OUR Journal seeks submissions of student research by June 28

The Oregon Undergraduate Research Journal (OUR Journal) is an online, open access undergraduate research journal at the University of Oregon developed by stu