Campus News

June 3

AIM blog is “Umbrella” for info management

The digital age presents a host of information issues for the business professional: Information management, information design, business management and rese
Oregon's Latino heritage will be celebrated June 6
June 2

Oregon’s Latino heritage to be celebrated June 6

A celebration of the role of Oregon’s Latino community in helping shape the state’s cultural, social and political history will be held June 6 in Knight Libr
Dejing Dou's team will host a data-mining forum June 5
June 2

CIS hosts forum June 5 on SMASH data-mining project

The UO’s Computer and Information Science department will host a forum June 5 on data-mining, social networks and the impact on health-care outcomes.
Anne Kutka McCosh, Leaving the Lecture: The Faculty Wives, oil on canvas, 1936
May 30

New acquisitions open for Schnitzer Museum’s 80th anniversary celebration

The red “JSMA @ 80” symbol is your guide to new artwork at the Schnitzer museum.
Lee’s chair, "6 Shades of Grey," is an eclectic mashup of new and old
May 30

UO student designers’ chairs make their New York City debut

Consumer Reports called it “one of the most inventive uses of laminate you might ever see.”
President Gottfredson, during his investiture (photo credit: Studio McDermott)
May 30

Investiture: President Gottfredson stresses commitment to UO as public research university

Michael Gottfredson was officially installed as the University of Oregon’s 17th president today (Thurs
The OLIS students helped envision a future for this 34-square-block in Portland.
May 29

UO students rethink downtown Portland

Think Nike in Beaverton. Google in Palo Alto. Urban Outfitters in Philadelphia.
The EMU stars in a June 6 documentary free and open to the public
May 29

EMU history documentary premieres June 6

In the early 1950s, the saying was “meet me at the SU” – a reference to the Erb Memorial Union.
Amos (right), with Chris Henry, Eugene transportation planning engineer
May 29

City to study student redesign of 13th Avenue

Eugene will study a redesign of 13th Avenue by University of Oregon students when it considers changes for the roadway in the months ahead, a city
Jason Rowe as Alan Turing and Karsten Topelmann as Ron Miller (photo by Ariel Ogden)
May 28

Genius at work: Turing’s life examined in “Breaking the Code”

“Breaking the Code,” a biographical drama and comprehensive character study that deciphers the life of Alan Turing – brilliant mathematician, code breaker, a