Campus News

Teen doing bike acrobatics
May 3

Pub talk will sort out which teens go too far with risky behaviors

Professor Atika Khurana will challenge the stereotype that all teens struggle to manage impulses
Ed Whitelaw
May 1

Gift will create new endowed chairs in two UO colleges

One chair will be housed in the College of Arts and Sciences and other in the College of Design
Youngsters playing football
May 1

Native American youngsters get a playful intro to campus life

The outdoor field day program Youth Movement returns to the UO this week for its seventh year
Shanghai skyline
April 29

UO Confucius Institute to close

The university made the decision to comply with federal law and maintain research and other education opportunities
Bikers on campus
April 29

May will put Ducks on wheels as campus celebrates Bike Month

Free Peace Health Rides and loads of bicycle events come to campus for National Bike Month
Plastic film being stretched
April 29

Fantastic Plastic: Algotek aims for an environmental solution

Three Ducks are making a biodegradable plastic as an alternative material for packaging
Earthrise from the moon
April 29

Spring arts and entertainment events are busting out all over

Theater, music, art, movies and more will be on tap across campus during May
Hearing test headphones
April 26

Free hearing screenings will be offered on campus this May

Be sure to hear the sounds of spring loud and clear after getting a hearing test at the EMU
Ocean wave and sky
April 26

'Together We Rise' is Asian Pacific American Heritage Month theme

UO Asian, Desi and Pacific Island Americans celebrate their cultures and traditions through May
Model of brain with teen
April 26

Pub talk will try to unravel the mystery of the teenage brain

Psychology professor Jennifer Pfeifer will talk about how the adolescent brain changes over time

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