Campus News

Members of the UO Chamber Choir
August 22

UO Chamber Choir wins top international singing competition

The singers took first place, by a hair, at the Grand Prix of Nations in Gothenburg, Sweden
Photo of barn
August 19

New law school exhibit takes viewers on a trip across America

Landscape images by local photographer Michael Z. Taylor are on view through Jan. 3
Group of IPCA participants on a raft
August 16

Bridge programs offer tomorrow’s Ducks a taste of college life

Residential programs and visits have drawn some 200 students to campus to explore academics
SPICE Camp participant at her automata
August 9

SPICE Camp gives girls a passionate environment to explore science

Middle schoolers have fun with projects designed to encourage a love of science with mentorship from UO undergraduate women
Peg Lynch with script and radio microphone.
August 7

Library exhibit celebrates the legacy of TV pioneer Peg Lynch

She created the popular radio and TV series 'Ethel and Albert' and broke new ground for women
Student in science lab
August 5

UO fundraising campaign posts second-highest annual total

Gifts for student support, teaching, research and facilities surpass $250M during fiscal 2019
'Understood' logo
August 2

UO research comes to life in a new YouTube video series

'Understood' features faculty members talking about complex subjects in an easy-to-follow format
Flowers at the Urban Farm
July 31

Summer is the best time to explore quiet corners of campus

Check out this short list for some of the various forms of hidden art and entertainment at the UO
UO identification card
July 26

UO ID cards are still the key to free LTD bus rides

The transit agency is moving to new electronic passes but will continue to honor Duck ID
Fractal carpet pieces
July 23

Carpet design inspired by UO physics gets the world's attention

The stress-reducing design came out of work by a research team led by professor Richard Taylor