Campus News

Bedding plants
May 16

University Day focuses on adding pollinator plants to campus

The annual spruce-up happens Thursday, May 17, and is open to the entire campus community
Ned Robert and family
May 16

Duck's family ties inspire $1 million gift for new faculty chair

Ned Robert, who co-developed the balloon agioplasty, creates the UO's first endowed chair in biology
Artist rendering
May 15

University unveils vision for its new Black Cultural Center

The $2.2 million project is expected to get underway this fall at East 15th Avenue and Villard Street
Knight Campus construction
May 14

Traffic changes coming as work on Knight Campus ramps up

Site work will prompt changes around Franklin Boulevard and Riverfront Parkway
Poster session
May 11

Annual symposium for undergraduate research is bigger than ever

The symposium will be back May 17 and bigger than ever with 382 student presenters
Children drawing pictures
May 11

Explore art with all five senses at JSMA's free family day May 19

Art activities will engage children of all ages and include storytelling, puppets and ballet
The Duck arm in arm with fans
May 11

Giving Day will be a chance for Ducks to help Ducks

Combined with University Day, the May 17 event gives anyone a chance to make the UO better
Front facade of the Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art at the UO
May 10

Museum roles in challenging times is the focus of four talks

The Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art series will explore how museums respond to social change
An architect's rendering of the new Hayward Field.
May 8

Hayward design honors the past while looking to the future

The new stadium will offer overdue infrastructure improvements with a nod to its iconic past
Young dancer in regalia
May 8

Mother's Day Powwow celebrates milestone, award and tradition

The event, which runs May 11-13, is marking its 50th anniversary and a state heritage designation

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