Campus News

Frohnmayer described Bulk Handling Systems as "one to watch."
June 25

Industrial-strength recycling

Waste material: It may not seem glamorous, but finding sustainable ways to deal with it is one of the century's most pressing issues.
UOPD sergeants Michael Matchulat (left) and Brad Petrie
June 25

UO police officers to expand services to campus immediately

The State Board of Higher Education granted permission at its June 21 meeting for the University of Oregon to equip its police officers with firearms.
Inside the EMU fishbowl, looking out (photo by UO Admissions)
June 25

UO WEEK: in photos (through June 25)

The weekly AroundtheO photo gallery focuses on the people and places that make the University of Oregon special.
Miller engages students in interpreting sitcoms as cultural commentary
June 24

Sitcoms show class tensions and more, professor finds

Ellen is having a bad hair moment.
J-school students participated in internships in Vienna
June 24

Ducks on the Danube

Nine UO School of Journalism and Communication students traveled to Vienna this spring, hoping their professor and Billy Joel knew something they didn’t. The
Cathedral of Hagia Sophia, Novgorod (photo by A. Dean McKenzie)
June 24

Photographs of Russian Orthodox cathedrals and churches on view at Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art

The Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art is presenting a photographic exhibit of Russian Orthodox cathedrals and churches from the 11th to the 20th
June 24

David Woken hired as history/Latin American studies librarian

David Woken has been hired by UO Libraries as the as new history and Latin American studies librarian.
Livelybrooks is on the research vessel Atlantis to track earthquakes
June 23

Physics instructor sets sail to track earthquakes

From June 25 to July 9, UO senior physics instructor Dean Livelybrooks and a team of n
UO ergonomics training offered monthly
June 23

Ergonomic training offered to UO office workers

Stiff neck?  Sore shoulders? Aching back?
June 23

Law student accepts unique clerkship

In the District of Oregon, the trend among bankruptcy judges has historically been to employ career clerks.