Campus News

Maruska is overseeing an art project on the Libraries' Runquist murals
March 19

Libraries’ Runquist murals get fresh look

Two sprawling murals that have been with UO Libraries since its opening in 1937 are getting a second look.
Laura Lee McIntyre, director of the School Psychology program
March 19

College of Education study evaluates autism

Autism spectrum disorder is the fastest growing group of neurodevelopmental disorders, affecting an estimated 1 in 88 individuals.
Graves' Purification Series Number 9, ca. 1938-39
March 19

Pacific Northwest painter Morris Graves is celebrated with a new book, exhibitions and events

A weekend of Morris Graves programming takes place April 5-6 on campus and across Eugene, in conjunction with the publication of
First Lady Michelle Obama participates in Take Our Daughters and Sons to Work Day
March 17

Take your kids to work on April 25

UO employees are invited to bring their children to campus April 25 for “Take Our Daughters and Sons to Work Day,” a national program to inspire girls and bo
EMU art contest seeks entries
March 17

Deadline approaching for annual EMU art contest

Artists are encouraged to submit their work by March 25 – or by April 5, if delivered in person – to be considered for the UO's Erb Memorial Union annual art
Ryan Jung
March 14

Ryan Jung’s best-selling college years

Ryan Jung, a senior honors student majoring in mathematics with a minor in economics, has achieved success with numbers even before he heads out
Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie
March 14

UO's CoDaC presents Chimamanda Adichie and "The Danger of the Single Story"

Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie – whose TED Talk "The Danger of the Single S
March 13

Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art opens “New Art Northwest Kids” exhibition

Language Arts is the theme for the sixth annual “New Art Northwest Kids” exhibition, on view until June 2 at the Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art.
March 13

"Valley VanPool" to aid mid-valley commuters to Eugene and UO

University of Oregon faculty, staff and students who commute regularly from Corvallis or Salem may soon be able to catch a break – and a ride – from the Lane
March 12

Eugene and UO police urge prevention of spring break crime

The Eugene and University of Oregon police departments are urging members of the UO community to make sure their spring break isn't ruined by preventable cri