Campus News

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
Lionni's work includes acrylics on canvas
January 9

Lionni’s work featured at Stockholm gallery

“Airmail,” a solo show by visiting UO Department of Art faculty member
January 8

Obfuscation in HE (including the UO)

Heard recently on campus: "No problem, I can JV that out of your index." FYI, you read it at AtO first.
Brown will lead the Gospel Singers in honoring King
January 8

UO honors MLK, Jr. Day with music and dance concerts

The week of the Martin Luther King, Jr.
January 8

UO to Host International Conference on Supercomputing

The 27th International Conference on Supercomputing will be held at the University of Oregon June 10-14, featuri
photo by George Hecht, associate vice president for Campus Operations
January 7

Electrical explosion in tunnel disrupts first Monday of winter term

The University Health Center was evacuated Monday morning following the sounds of explosions and the smell of smoke from a utility tunnel.
Graduate art student Jonathan Bagby at the “Tour of Studios”
January 7

‘Tour of Studios’ spotlights work of 10 MFA candidates

Twice each academic year, graduate students in the Department of Art open their studios to faculty, invited guests a
January 7

CSWS looking for student help on exhibitions

The Center for the Study of Women in Society seeks two qualified students to collaborate on the design and production