Campus News

February 5

Lecture focuses on concussions

Concussions may accelerate normal cognitive deterioration.
February 5

Fembot Jam Session 1: An Unconference on Feminist Multimodal Publishing and Collaboration

It’s been a year – time for Fembot to take a good hard look at itself.
February 4

UO continues to be major economic driver in the state

Direct spending by the UO, its researchers, students and visitors accounted for more than $1.2 billion in FY2011-12.
February 1

University Symphony features Sibelius

David M. Jacobs, UO director of orchestral studies and assistant professor of conducting, will conduct the University Symphony on Sunday, Feb. 3.
Steve Huter
February 1

UO-based NSRC cultivates Moroccan connections

The University of Oregon-based Network Startup Resource Center (NSRC) is continuing to cultivate its relationships with un
Knight Library
February 1

Suicide prevention training offered

The University Counseling and Testing Center (UCTC) and the UO Suicide Prevention Team are offering suicide prevention trainings to faculty, staff, departmen
February 1

UO Libraries to acquire Nineteenth Century Collections Online databases

The UO Libraries will soon acquire four of the new digital database archives that form the popular Nineteenth Century Collections Online (NCCO) database.
Curt Lind
February 1

Curt Lind to retire this year

After more than 35 years of service to the UO, Curt Lind, currently the Director of Academic Extension, i
photograph submitted in last year's Campus Copy art contest
January 31

Campus Copy art contest up and running

Campus Copy, a branch of UO Printing and Mailing Services, held an art contest last year to promote the business’s location and to “add some creativity to th
photos by Rich Bergeman
January 31

Exhibition explores pioneering, gold rush days of Eastern Oregon

An exhibition by Rich Bergeman of photographs depicting the history of Oregon's Baker County is being hosted through July 24 at the UO School of Law's second