Campus News

May 16

Historical money coming UO's way

A bill recently passed by the Oregon Legislature and awaiting the signature of Gov.
President Gottfredson (right) with Jim Brau, Knight Professor of Natural Science
May 15

President Gottfredson: Institutional board bolsters UO mission

If approved as proposed, a public institutional board for the University of Oregon would provide a springboard for “astonishing” successes, university Presid
Doss with Supreme Court Justice Sotomayor
May 14

Darrell Doss, a 1995 UO law grad, conquers Capitol Hill

Oregon Law graduate Darrell Doss has found his center in a world of constant flux: Capitol Hill.
The center provides students with service and professional experience
May 14

Community Service Center honored for contributions to planning

The University of Oregon’s Community Service Center will receive the 2013 Oregon Chapter of the American Planning Assoc
The exhibit features a cookbook “accordion" with various ethnic dishes
May 14

"Russia Inside Out” exhibit in Knight Library

An exhibit titled “Russia Inside Out: Voices and Faces” is on display in front of the Knight Library Browsing Room.
May 14

Fire out at Hamilton complex, students returning

Smoke alarms in the Hamilton Housing Complex went off just before 11 a.m. this morning.
A pot of gold at Hayward Field (photo by Ashley Krause)
May 13

UO WEEK: in photos (through May 14)

The weekly AroundtheO photo gallery focuses on the people and places that make the University of Oregon special.
The proposed south courtyard for Straub Hall
May 13

Straub Hall Classroom Expansion Project seeks input

The campus community is invited to comment on plans to transform Straub and Earl halls with state-of-the-art classrooms, a 500-seat auditorium and more.
Wildlife Safari will bring cheetahs to Schnitzer Museum's family day
May 13

FAMILY FRIENDLY: Art museum offers free family day

The Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art will take families on a safari to explore “Artful Animals,” a free event for all age