Campus News

Conventional wisdom says a typical recovery from concussion takes seven to 10 days, said David Howell, a graduate student in the UO Department of Human Physiology.
“Airmail,” a solo show by visiting UO Department of Art faculty member Sylvan Lionni, continues at Stene Projects in Stockholm, Sweden, through Jan. 12. Lionni, who is teaching painting and drawing, represents a new generation of contemporary minimalism and abstract painters. He uses existing forms or ideas as drawings; his paintings are neither pictures, nor primary structures, nor allusions. While complicated to make, they look simple and can be seen at a glance.
Heard recently on campus: "No problem, I can JV that out of your index." FYI, you read it at AtO first. Right here at the UO – or should we say, Alphabet Soup U.
The week of the Martin Luther King, Jr. holiday will feature two concerts sponsored by the University of Oregon School of Music and Dance, honoring the life and legacy of Dr. King. The UO Gospel Singers, under the direction of ensemble conductor Andiel Brown, swept both the first and second annual Disney Gospel Choir Fest in 2010 and 2011.
The 27th International Conference on Supercomputing will be held at the University of Oregon June 10-14, featuring a mix of workshops, tutorials and technical programs on supercomputing. The conference is the premier international forum for presentation of research results in high-performance computing systems. The general chair is Allen Malony, a professor in the university’s Computer and Information Science department.
The University Health Center was evacuated Monday morning following the sounds of explosions and the smell of smoke from a utility tunnel. A possible blown transformer continued to cause electrical problems around campus late Monday morning.
Twice each academic year, graduate students in the Department of Art open their studios to faculty, invited guests and students for a “Tour of Studios,” followed by closed review sessions with faculty and guests, part of the review process for MFA students.
The Center for the Study of Women in Society seeks two qualified students to collaborate on the design and production of two exhibitions of archived materials relating to feminist research, activism and creative production at the University of Oregon. The project, which is part of CSWS’s 40th anniversary celebration this fall, offers students an opportunity to extend, advance and further their skills in exhibition development.