Campus News

The UO emblem on Dads Gate
December 7

Budget challenges loom as state takes up funding plans

Governor's proposal is the starting point for months of debate and negotiations
Ta-Nehisi Coates
December 6

Tickets available for Ruhl Lecture featuring author Ta-Nehisi Coates

The talk is free, but advance tickets will be needed to attend
New design for UO identification card
December 6

University to begin distributing new ID cards Jan. 9

All faculty, staff and students need to obtain a new card by May 1
President Michael H. Schill at the announcement of the Phil and Penny Knight Campus for Accelerating Scientific Impact
December 2

Knight Campus briefing caps first full board meeting in Portland

Patrick Phillips describes how the game-changing initiative will benefit the basic sciences, speed new advances and create a new way of educating students
Isabel McDowall removes air bubbles from a dinner plate
December 2

UO product design students giving new meaning to carry out

'Feast for Fifty' connects community members and students, and patrons can take home items such as chairs, glassware and textiles when they leave
Scene of the lower Colorado River valley with Quack Chats logo on top
December 1

Run with a researcher, discuss the Colorado River or talk beer

Quack Chats' lineup includes pub talks on river formation and the future of craft beer
Zebrafish in a tank
November 30

OQ winter edition delves into the power of giving, and the givers

The new Oregon Quarterly looks at how the university is being transformed by philanthropy
Oregon Folklife Network logo
November 29

Folklife program set for Dec. 3 at Gresham Public Library

Nancy Nusz will discuss the cultural traditions of people in Multnomah County
UO Board of Trustees 2016
November 28

Knight Campus updates, proposed action on tap at BOT meetings

Bringing the Phil and Penny Knight Campus for Accelerating Scientific Impact to life will involve thousands of steps, and the Board of Trustees of the Univer
Ursula K. LeGuin (Photo: Jack Liu)
November 28

Symposium will celebrate the life and work of Ursula K. Le Guin

The acclaimed science fiction writer is honored in this year's Tiptree Symposium

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