Campus News

September 8

UO School of Law welcomes alumni back

The University of Oregon School of Law will welcome alumni back to campus on Thursday, Sept.
September 5

UO’s De La Cruz contributes to feminist publication

University of Oregon doctoral student Sonia De La Cruz is keeping the feminist movement alive.
“Irene, Big Limit Café, Cabazon, California, 1948,” by Patricia Harris Noyes
September 4

UO’s “Women’s Stories, Women’s Lives” includes photo exhibit and gallery talk

Images representing the diversity of the female experience are on display in conjunction with the 40th anniversary of the University of Oregon's
Scientists retrieve an earthquake sensor from the Pacific (credit: Matt Cooper)
September 4

Canada’s Discovery Channel spotlights UO earthquake research

Earthquake research at the University of Oregon went primetime recently for a “Disaster Week” specia
"Nevada Cowboy," from the National Geographic exhibit
September 3

National Geographic’s "American West” photo exhibit to open at UO museum

A National Geographic exhibit of historic and contemporary photos of the American West will open Sept.
Oregon Bach Festival’s first season under Halls takes place June 25 to July 13
September 3

UO Oregon Bach Festival ranges far and wide under Halls

Oregon Bach Festival’s first season under the directorship of Matthew Halls promises to be as diverse and widesp
August 29

UO's trademark licensing policies unchanged

The University of Oregon will make no change
Lonnie Ekstrom
August 28

A couple minutes with ... Lonnie Ekstrom

The latest "A couple minutes with…" video interview is with Lonnie Ekstrom, who started working at the UO Department of Public Safety in 2004 – first as a pa
"Order (The Red Guards)," by Xiaoze Xie
August 28

UO’s Schnitzer museum celebrates 80 with Chinese art effort

In celebration of the Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art’s 80th anniversary, the museum is raising donations to acquire Ch
"Mt Pisgah Dancing Oaks," by Michael Thompson.
August 27

Eugene photographer explores "Rhythms and Geometry" for Oregon law

Eugene photographer Michael Thompson’s fascination with the intersection of the natural and built landscapes will be featured in an upcoming exhibit in the U