Campus News

Popcorn will be a part of "Duckies at Dusk" on April 18
April 9

UO Work-Life Resources hosts family-friendly events

Two family-oriented events from UO Work-Life Resources are heading to the University of Oregon campus in April: a “Duckies at Dusk” family movie night on Thu
Participants at a previous roundtable
April 9

Roundtable on service-learning April 11

The University of Oregon's Service-Learning Program will host its next Service-Learning Roundtable on Thursday, April 11, from 9 a.m.
Several development and training options upcoming at UO
April 8

UO training to tackle high-stakes conversations, different behaviors and more

The University of Oregon's Office of Organizational Development and Training is offering a variety of new skills for faculty or staff members looking to impr
Richard Katz
April 8

April 16 talk covers role of educators in the digital future

The ever-changing digital world means new roles for faculty members, university administrators and information technology providers in the years to come.
Samuel Ward
April 8

Guest lecturer covers shoulder structure and function

The University of Oregon’s Department of Human Physiology will host a May 10 talk, “Human Shoulder Muscle Structure and Function in Health and Disease,” as p
The program puts students and cities together on sustainability projects
April 7

Universities nationwide come for UO sustainability program

A University of Oregon program that pairs faculty and students with local cities for sustainability projects has been something of a best-kept secret.
Jim Keju
April 7

UO PEOPLE PROFILE: Jim Keju, a golden personality

Jim Keju feels that having a “golden” personality means being friendly, kind, and patient with others.
Plate from exhibit shows how changes of quantity in color can change appearance and influence color
April 7

"Color: A Magic Power" in AAA Library

An exhibit on display in the Architecture and Allied Arts Library,  "Color: A Magic Power," shows the
April 4

Town hall meeting on unruly gatherings April 10 at UO

An April 10 town hall meeting at the UO on Eugene's new social host ordinance will is aimed at building awareness among students and others who may be affect
Jackson studies international relations theory
April 4

April 8 talk features international relations expert

Scholars in international relations have long believed that there is one true scientific method, and adherence to it guarantees the validity of the research.

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