Campus News

The proposed south courtyard for Straub Hall
May 13

Straub Hall Classroom Expansion Project seeks input

The campus community is invited to comment on plans to transform Straub and Earl halls with state-of-the-art classrooms, a 500-seat auditorium and more.
Wildlife Safari will bring cheetahs to Schnitzer Museum's family day
May 13

FAMILY FRIENDLY: Art museum offers free family day

The Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art will take families on a safari to explore “Artful Animals,” a free event for all age
A watercolor on display is among the items in the Graves papers
May 13

Exhibit in Special Collections features Morris Graves Papers

An exhibit at the Knight Library through May 31 will give insight into the life of a Northwest original: artist Morris Graves.
Aldave (right), with family
May 12

Barbara Aldave: A legal legacy

On Monday, April 29, Professor Barbara Bader Aldave taught her last class at Oregon Law.
Howard will take the audience "back to the new normal" in the digital age
May 12

Knight Library Hosting Lecture on Communication and Folklore May 14

A folklore professor from the University of Wisconsin will take his audience “back to the new normal” in the digital age during an upcoming lecture that is f
May 12

UO radio station stages music and media festival to recognize 20th anniversary

KWVA Eugene 88.1FM turns 20 this year and is celebrating with a weeklong music and media festival called
The Dalai Lama at Matthew Knight Arena (photo by Tim Christie)
May 10

Dalai Lama talks oneness, humility with appreciative UO crowd

His Holiness Tenzin Gyatso, the 14th Dalai Lama of Tibet, tried his best on Friday afternoon to convince the 11,000 followers and curious onlooker
Betty and the Boy play at the Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art
May 9

Betty and the Boy kick off a new season Museum After Hours May 10

The Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art’s music series Museum After Hours features a concert by
May 9

Friendly Hall makes Jeopardy!

The UO's very own Friendly Hall made it to Jeopardy! earlier this week.
Fombonne (right) and Ricketts, during the autism seminar
May 8

Seminar reveals autism facts, fiction

With autism rates especially high in Oregon and rising everywhere, University of Oregon experts on May 7 helped the public separate fact from fiction during