Campus News

Michael and Karol Gottfredson
February 15

UO President addresses Lane County League of Women Voters

University of Oregon President Michael Gottfredson and his wife Karol attended the Lane County League of Women Voters monthly
Ginsberg in London
February 14

A winter of content in literary London

King’s Cross Station, where Harry Potter and Dumbledore have their last conversation; the Globe, Shakespeare’s reconstructed playhouse; the British Museum; t
Oregon Wind Ensemble
February 14

UO Music and Dance wrap through March 6

The University of Oregon School of Music and Dance will see the lion’s share of Music Today Festival events, as well as a concert by saxophonist Seamus Blake
Biology earned platinum and a presidential visit
February 13

Biology goes platinum with green ways

University of Oregon President Michael Gottfredson and UO Sustainability Affairs Graduate Fellow Andrew Louw have awarded the
February 13

Professor’s faculty page aids Texas Girl Scout troop

The UO School of Law places an emphasis on public service work, so Professor Merle Weiner was pleased t
The museum is raising money for the PaleoIndian Endowment
February 13

At UO's MNCH: the PaleoIndian Endowment Challenge

In the fall of 2012, a member of the UO Museum of Natural and Cultural History advisory council made a chal
February 12

Map tells story of UO impact

Wondering what kind of impact the University of Oregon has in the state? There’s a map for that.
February 12

Guide helps with students of concern

There are resources for faculty and staff who encounter students whose behavior is of concern, and a new guide makes that information available online.
Competing athletes can share results online with Athletepath
February 12

Lundquist alum races to online success

An avid triathlete since his days at the Lundquist College of Business, David Embree '05 is running to success in the online world of race information.
Ghanian beads are among the items available for bid
February 11

Online auction benefits food drive

What would you pay for a knitting lesson? Or a glass-bead necklace made by women in Ghana? Or freshly baked coconut macaroons?