Campus News

April 22

Employee portraits at UO library May 7-8

The Image Services Center in the UO Knight Library will be taking professional headshots of UO faculty and staff who wish to participate from 9 a.m.
April 22

Veteran Job Fair is May 1 in Hillsboro

A Veteran Job Fair will be held May 1 at the Tuality Healthcare center in Hillsboro, with about 40 employers and 20 veteran resources.
Gospel Singer Amy Hackenschmidt sang during the spring break tour of China
April 21

Gospel Singers and China connect through music

The crowds that came to hear the UO Gospel Singers during their first-ever tour of C
Smith-Benanti will speak at Take Back the Night
April 21

“Take Back the Night” demands end to sexual violence

An historic event returns to Eugene April 25 with the 34th annual Take Back the Night 2013, a free, public event seeking an end to sexual violence in the com
April 21

Anthony Hornof accepts program director position at NSF

Anthony Hornof, an associate professor in Computer and Information Science, has been selected for a supervi
April 19

Offices of student groups vandalized at EMU

University of Oregon leaders reacted with concern and disappointment following the discovery on Thursday that doors leading to the Native American Student Un
Furniture Purchasing Expo April 29
April 18

April 29 expo will explain UO furniture purchasing

University of Oregon Campus Operations is presenting a "UO Furniture Purchasing Expo" on Monday, April 29, from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. in the EMU Fir Room.
April 17

Stress reduction course starts April 24

An upcoming nine-week course promises to teach participants how to diminish stress and pain while improving physical and mental health.
Charlotte Biltekoff
April 17

CSWS offers plateful of food discussions

The University of Oregon's food studies research group and various other disciplines on campus are presenting several food-related discussions this spring –
Zedashe Ensemble
April 17

Unearthing the musical past: Zedashe brings ancient harmonies to UO

From the mountainous Caucuses region of Georgia in Eastern Europe, a tradition of song in three-part harmony, dancing and winemaking – suppressed during the