Campus News

Aerial view of campus
March 28

UO programs again rank high in US News graduate school list

Programs from law and business climb while special education stays at No. 3 nationally
Campus entrance sign with spring flowers
March 28

Outside experts to assess campus safety, police department

The consulting firm 21CP Solutions will lead focus groups and listening sessions
Scene from 'Hidden Figures'
March 28

April is dripping with campus arts and entertainment events

Don't let the showers keep you from enjoying film, theater, music, lectures and more
Children in classroom
March 23

Ballmer Institute leader looks ahead to the project's next steps

Randy Kamphaus says the need for new children's behavioral health services is critical
Sarita Gupta
March 18

Labor organizer and strategist to serve as Wayne Morse Chair

Sarita Gupta, vice president of the Ford Foundation, will give a talk on campus March 30
Cornelis A. 'Kees' de Kluyver
March 17

UO remembers former business dean 'Kees' de Kluyver

The UO graduate led the UO's Lundquist College of Business from 2010-15
Thank-you sign on Autzen readerboard
March 16

UO marks second anniversary of COVID-19 as restrictions ease

Community testing, research discoveries and student aid were key in the UO's response
Amber Starks
March 15

Activist shares Native and Black experiences for Common Reading

Alumna Amber Starks is inspiring students using her Muscogee roots and Black activism
The UO seal on Dads Gate
March 7

UO trustees to discuss Ballmer Institute real estate purchase

Student tuition and fee rates for 2022-23 are also on the board's March agenda
UO President Michael Schill
March 2

Ballmer Institute sets ambitious goals for Oregon’s children

The project builds on UO's existing areas of strength in research and faculty expertise