Campus News

University of Oregon sign near campus entrance
May 10

UO to require COVID-19 vaccinations for students, employees

President Schill says the new vaccine policy is critical for public health
The Duck
May 10

Virtual Giving Day offers Ducks a chance to make a real difference

The May 13 event is a chance to unlock more than $600,000 in challenge gifts
Law school class of 2021 at orientation
May 10

Law school to hold virtual and in-person graduation activities

Martha Lee Walters, chief justice of the Oregon Supreme Court, will speak to graduates
Award repcipients Kenda and Ken Singer (above) and Linda and Scott Andrews.
May 10

Pioneer Awards honor four who have helped shape the UO

Kenda and Ken Singer and Linda and Scott Andrews will be celebrated virtually May 13
Map of work area
May 7

Work to begin on South Bank Trail on UO riverfront property

The realignment will close the path west of the Frohnmayer Bridge through September
Computer screens showing actors
May 6

Theater brings two LatinX-themed shows to the virtual stage

'Watermelon Kisses' and 'Marisol’s Christmas' will run on YouTube through June 30
Ed Whitelaw
May 5

UO mourns economist Ed Whitelaw, a 'disruptive visionary'

The founder of ECONorthwest, he was a rigorous but entertaining educator for 50 years
2018 Mother's Day Powwow dancers
May 3

Mother's Day Powwow, oldest in state, will be a virtual treat

Organizers are planning more online activities and plan to have a live event next year
Waterfall sculpture
May 3

Waterfall sculpture splashes down in Price Science Commons

The work by local artist Lee Imonen is installed in the library's entrance stairwell
Logos of ADPI student groups
April 30

Heritage month honors Asian, Desi, Pacific Island community

The event brings celebrations, speakers, markets, conferences and more through May