Campus News

COVID-19 test swab in tube
October 26

State allocates $4.3 million to the UO for COVID-19 test processing

The funding takes advantage of UO's science strengths to double state testing capacity
Kathleen Hall Jamieson
October 22

Morse Center hosts founder of FactCheck.org for virtual lecture

The co-founder of FactCheck.org will discuss online deception and confusion in politics
Man using laptop
October 22

As Wi-Fi needs surge, the UO adds wireless infrastructure

Students with network problems in the residence halls should contact ResNet
Monitoring team members
October 21

New grant will expand COVID-19 testing in Latinx communities

A $4.9 million NIH award will allow the UO to reach underserved Oregon communities
A cyclist on the new bikeway
October 19

New bikeway connecting UO and downtown nears opening

The city and UO will celebrate the opening of the two-lane corridor Oct. 23-30
Artwork at the Black Cultural Center
October 19

A year later, Black Cultural Center is a place of bonding and pride

Despite the pandemic, staff are finding creative ways to connect with students remotely
UO President Michael Schill
October 16

Schill renews commitment to inclusion under new federal policy

Campus efforts will continue following an executive order on diversity training
Doctor with testing swab
October 15

President announces COVID-19 testing capacity expansion

The move will allow more voluntary tests of employees and off-campus students
UO entrance sign
October 13

Winter term to remain a mix of remote, online and in person

President and provost outline plans for university operations over winter term
Eric Holder
October 13

Former U.S. attorney general to give Wayne Morse Center keynote

Eric Holder will give a virtual address as part of the center's 20th anniversary

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