Campus News

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
Campus Shuttle van
May 7

UO Campus Shuttle adds two routes to meet demand

Now with a total of three routes, the shuttles are free to UO students and employees
Pioneer Award recipients
May 4

UO honors three alumni with the 2018 Pioneer Awards

Joe Robertson, Amy Kari and Ross Kari will be honored at a May 17 event in Portland
Woman on stage
May 4

Storytellers to share personal tales about their journeys

In its second year, 'Intertwined' adds an additional performance to bring the event to more people
Shaun Harper
May 4

Education expert wraps up this year's African-American series

Shaun R. Harper’s visit will focus on free speech, academic freedom and student rights
LiDAR helped Roering's group locate an ancient riverbed in northern California
May 4

Pub talk will tell how lasers are revealing Oregon's landscapes

Earth sciences professor Josh Roering is learning about ancient and potential landslides with lasers fired from the sky