Campus News

Ann Curry
February 19

UO alum Ann Curry to present Ruhl Lecture Feb. 28

NBC reporter Ann Curry, a University of Oregon graduate, will return to her alma mater to present the 2013 Ruhl Lecture on journalism ethics.
Travel mugs still up for grabs
February 19

Travel mugs are waiting for those on latest list of AtO winners

Here's some better-late-than-never Valentine's Day love for 10 careful readers of AroundtheO: the lucky numbers have been drawn for last week's scavenger hun
UO delegation greeted in Middle East by alums
February 19

UO delegation visits Middle East

A delegation from the University of Oregon recently visited Kuwait and the United Arab Emirates – the first such visit in more than five years by a UO group
Miller will discuss the Trailblazers and Nike (credit: Ballerstatus.com)
February 18

President of Nike’s Jordan Brand to keynote law conference

Larry Miller has experience working with Michael Jordan, the Portland Trailblazers and the NBA.
Underwood coaches cheerleaders at Thurston High School
February 18

A couple minutes with Katie Underwood

It took Katie Underwood a couple years in high school to work up the nerve to become a cheerleader.
Miller will discuss communes Feb. 22
February 17

Oregon communes examined in Feb. 22 talk

Timothy Miller, a leading authority on communes in the United States, will speak at the University of Oregon on Feb.
Power of Parenting Conference Feb. 23
February 17

Power of Parenting Conference coming to UO Feb. 23

Early childhood special educators and community leaders will hold a free conference on Saturday, Feb.
February 17

Lundquist students get real-world education with “Nuggets”

Call it “Experiential Learning 101.”
James Bean, provost
February 15

Data show changes for undergraduates

New data show how undergraduate student credit hours and other undergraduate measurements have changed over the last five years, Provost James Bean said, in
Dalai Lama
February 15

Public tickets for Dalai Lama’s visit to Eugene on sale March 11

The University of Oregon and the Eugene Sakya Center (Nyen-Gyud Samten Choeling for Tibetan Buddhist Studies) are co-or

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