Campus News

Michael Redding
March 7

Redding to take Chicago position, leaving UO

Michael Redding, vice president of university relations at the University of Oregon, announced today (March 7) that he has accepted a position at the Univers
James Bean, provost
March 6

UO sees growth in graduate programs

Graduate studies enrollment data shows moderate growth in overall programs in recent years, Provost James Bean said, in a recent message to the UO community.
"Balaganchik" is free March 9 and 10 at the Global Scholars Hall
March 6

UO Russian Theater Presenting Balaganchik March 9

“Balaganchik,” or "The Puppet Show," is a tale of mystics, romance and a global revolution.
Reuben Zahler
March 6

UO prof discusses Chavez death with Wall Street Journal

Reuben Zahler, an assistant professor of history with the University of Ore
UO President Michael Gottfredson at Wednesday's forum
March 6

Last forum on arming UO police officers draws crowd

The final open campus forum to discuss the issue of arming University of Oregon's campus police offiers was the best-attended, with at least 50 students, fac
Stierch will lead a free workshop March 8 (Matthew Roth, Wikimedia Foundation)
March 6

Upcoming events celebrate women

Celebrate women – and learn how to become a Wikipedian while you’re at it.
March 6

Deadline March 6 for genocide research proposals

Preliminary proposals are due by 5 p.m.
Deadline is noon March 7 to RSVP for the International Opportunities Workshop
March 6

Deadline March 7 for int’l workshop RSVP

The deadline is noon Thursday, March 7, to RSVP for the International Opportunities Workshop for UO Faculty, which runs from noon to 2 p.m.
Loren Sears video van
March 5

“The Haight Ashbury Quartet” and other Loren Sears documentaries at Schnitzer Cinema

Eugene-raised film and video artist Loren Sears showcases his documentaries “The Haight Ashbury Quartet” and “The Pacific Lake” at 7 p.m.
Chelsee Carter as Mullaya/Amal
March 5

Play examines women’s experience during Iraq War

What does it mean to be a woman in a country overshadowed by war?