Campus News

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
January 30

Ducks invite faculty/staff to free night of hockey

University of Oregon faculty and staff and their families can watch the Ducks put the biscuit in the basket – for free – when the Oregon Ducks Club Hockey te
Tracey Dudley
January 30

UO PEOPLE PROFILE: Tracey Dudley, University Housing

Tracey Dudley enjoys solving the riddle that each day brings.
January 30

UO law students host 6th annual Green Business Symposium

The University of Oregon's 6th annual Green Business Symposium will take place beginning at 9 a.m. on Friday, Feb.
January 29

Friday workshop to address "international classroom"

The University of Oregon's American English Institute (AEI), College of Arts and Sciences, and Teaching Effectiveness Program will host “The International Cl
January 29

Knight Library now open 24/5

On Jan. 20, Knight Library began its new around-the-clock schedule. The library is now open for study from 9 a.m. Sunday to 7 p.m. Friday.
Wayne Morse
January 29

Wayne Morse Center kicks off speaker series

The UO Wayne Morse Center for Law and Politics kicks off its winter/spring 2013 Public Affairs Speaker Ser
Gabon delegation meets with UO hosts (photos by Max McDermott)
January 29

UPDATED (SLIDESHOW): Gabonese delegation visits UO

A Gabonese delegation headed by education minister Séraphin Moundounga spent a full day at the University of Oregon on Monday and heard descriptions of poten