Campus News

2018 Mother's Day Powwow dancers
May 3

Mother's Day Powwow, oldest in state, will be a virtual treat

Organizers are planning more online activities and plan to have a live event next year
Waterfall sculpture
May 3

Waterfall sculpture splashes down in Price Science Commons

The work by local artist Lee Imonen is installed in the library's entrance stairwell
Logos of ADPI student groups
April 30

Heritage month honors Asian, Desi, Pacific Island community

The event brings celebrations, speakers, markets, conferences and more through May
Disability studies panelists
April 30

Panelists to discuss how disabled professionals find success

The May 5 event is the first public form staged by the UO's disability studies minor
Geri Richmond and President Barack Obama at the White House with the National Medal of Science
April 29

Geri Richmond nominated for a top post in US Energy Department

The UO chemistry professor is asked to serve as undersecretary for science
Bathsheba Demuth
April 26

The life of Arctic peoples will be explored in humanities talk

Environmental historian Bathsheba Demuth of Brown University will speak May 4
Oregon Capitol Building
April 23

Universities seek funding from state during legislative session

UO community is encouraged to sign up for virtual UO Day at the Capitol on May 25
Woman who just got vaccine
April 23

UPDATED: First takers at new UO vaccine clinic welcome shots

The university will hold four drive-up, walk-up clinics in Autzen Stadium's east parking lot
Crowd reacts to verdict
April 23

Verdict was 'the right result' in Chauvin trial, law professor says

Jennifer Reynolds said the state proved officer’s misconduct without being anti-police
Scene from 'Nomadland'
April 23

Virtual arts and culture events are bursting out all over in May

Spring flowers, Cinco de Mayo and Mother’s Day: It must be May.