Campus News

A delegation of 14 Gabonese representatives visited the UO in January
July 18

Gabon partnership springs from note to Oregon Quarterly

For the fall 2010 issue, Oregon Quarterly received a class note from Eric Benjaminson '81, sharing the news that he had been confirmed as ambassador
Straub Hall construction has begun
July 18

Summer is active with campus construction

The Straub Hall renovation, expansion of the Student Recreation Center and other University of Oregon construction projects are expected to impact streets an
Schnitzer museum hosts free outdoor screening of “The Painting” July 24
July 17

Schnitzer museum hosts free outdoor screening of “The Painting”

The Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art hosts a free, outdoor screening of Jean-François Laguionie’s animated film,
Scott Coltrane, interim senior vice president and provost
July 17

Interim provost: Galvan, Freinkel appointments move UO forward

Dennis Galvan has been appointed vice provost for International Affairs and Lisa Freinkel has been appointed vice provost for Undergraduate Studies, Interim
Chefs Savage and Lang pour liquid nitrogen into a cream base (photo: Ann Wiens)
July 15

A molecular gastronomy test kitchen

What happens when the head chef of the UO’s central kitchen meets a lecture demonstrator in the chemistry department?
Chewbacca or sasquatch - you make the call (photo by Matt Cooper)
July 15

UO WEEK: in photos (through July 17)

The weekly AroundtheO photo gallery focuses on the people and places that make the University of Oregon special.
July 12

Higher ed board lowers tuition increase after Legislature provides more funding

The State Board of Higher Education voted unanimously today to reduce previously approved tuition rates for resident undergraduates, effective this fall, whe
Charles Martinez
July 11

New grants to Center for Equity Promotion fund projects in Oregon and Central America

The University of Oregon's Center for Equity Promotion, an outreach unit of the Colle
July 11

UO Abroad: Art professor Jenny Lin finds Shanghai illuminating

1. Where in the world were you?I was in Shanghai, China.
Ellis has 43 years with the force (photo: Oregon Daily Emerald – Alex McDougall)
July 10

EPD's Randy Ellis brings distinctive style to policing the West University area

Aggressive panhandling, public drunkenness, and drug dealing—20 years ago the stretch of East 13th Avenue just west of campus was a magnet for these illegal