Campus News

Pfeifer studied 27 children at ages 10 and 13
April 28

UO psychologist: Brain devotes areas to social self-evaluation during puberty

A study by a UO psychologist confirms what has long been suspected: There is biology behind the adolescent’s drive to self-evaluate at puberty.
"Fanfare for Marching Band"
April 28

Black Maria Film and Video Festival returns to Jordan Schnitzer

The monthly Schnitzer Cinema at the University of Oregon's Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art will host the
A May 9 lecture addresses a Baez performance 50 years ago in Alabama
April 28

UO Music and Dance wrap through May 15

The University of Oregon is pleased to host special guest artists, the jazz ensemble Refuge Trio.
April 25

Duck Store gets philanthropic with students

Twenty lucky Ducks got help with textbook costs last month, courtesy of The Duck Store and Enrollment Management.
April 25

University Advancement VP talks with former University Relations staff

Michael Andreasen had a simple and straightforward message to former University Relations staff members as he welcomed them Thursday morning under the new Un
April 25

Deadlines extended for those willing to serve on University Senate or committees

The University Senate has extended the deadline to Wednesday, May 3, for responses from those who wish to serve on the senate, or on various elected or appoi
Business students acted as consultants for Springfield Golf Club
April 24

Coursework sends students to golf course

When your client is the Springfield Golf Club, it just makes good business sense to visit the course and play a
UO Health Promotion Director Staight campaigned against tobacco use for years
April 24

UO receives accolades for tobacco-free policy

The UO has received the Fresh Air Gold Campus award for adopting a 100 percent tobacco-free policy, the highest level of achievement awarded by the Fresh Air
Malony will chair an international supercomputing conference on campus in June
April 24

Malony will chair international supercomputing conference

A University of Oregon professor will chair the 27th International Conference on Supercomputing, considered the
Mary Ann Petersen
April 23

Acupuncturist's education gets straight to the point

Her school supplies were glass cups, dried mugwort, three-thousand-year-old textbooks and, of course, needles.