Campus News

photo by Christopher Prentiss Michel
January 11

Dalai Lama coming to UO (UPDATED)

His Holiness the 14th Dalai Lama of Tibet will deliver a lecture at the University of Oregon’s Matthew Knig
January 11

State Board of Higher Education approves UO request for EMU renovation

The State Board of Higher Education voted on Friday to approve a University of Oregon request for the chancellor to ask Gov. John Kitzhaber to add the Erb...
January 11

Congratulate Laura Lacasa – this week's scavenger hunt winner

Laura Lacasa, an information technology consultant at the University of Oregon's Financial Aid and Scholarships office, got winter term off to a good start –
PhD student Banek is already being recruited for postdoctoral programs
January 11

Grad student on fast track in physiology

Everything just seems to happen faster for Chris Banek.
Kids of all ages can hit the rock wall at the Family Rec Open House
January 11

Families: Get your fun on

It’s trite but true: The family that plays together, stays together.
Yvette Alex-Assensoh at Thursday's meeting
January 10

Office of Equity and Inclusion planning meetings continue Friday

UO Vice President for Equity and Inclusion Yvette Alex-Assensoh held the second of three town hall meetings on Thursday to receive input from students, facul
James Bean, provost
January 10

UO employees must report child abuse, other concerns

A law that went into effect Jan.
January 10

Listening tour covers goals, technology

The future is unknowable, but Information Services and UO Libraries wi
Yvette Alex-Assensoh
January 9

UPDATED: Town hall meetings scheduled for OEI action plan

The University of Oregon's Office of Equity and Inclusion will host three town hall meetings during the first week of winter term to gather input from across
Left to right: Osternig, Chou and Howell studied high school athletes
January 9

Cognitive deficits from concussions present after two months

Conventional wisdom says a typical recovery from concussion takes seven to 10 days, said David Howell