Campus News

Bicyclist riding on campus
March 4

UO earns gold status for having a bicycle-friendly campus

The League of American Bicyclists has given the UO its top award each year since 2011
Naomi Oreskes
March 4

Harvard science historian explores skepticism about science

Naomi Oreskes will give the annual Cressman Lecture via Zoom on March 12
Woman speaking at rally
March 3

Voices on Racism asks, 'Where do we go from here?'

Faculty, alumni, community members and students offer perspectives and reflections
The UO emblem on Dads Gate
March 2

Board to consider student tuition and fee rates at winter meeting

Student success, academic initiatives and textbook affordability also are on the agenda
Lab worker holding DNA samples
March 2

UO genome sequencing detects variant strain of coronavirus

The variant is thought to be more contagious, but it is not a ‘variant of concern’
UO President Michael Schill
March 1

UO faculty, staff to get vaccine, securing fall in-person classes

Faculty and staff who are needed to teach or work on campus will be eligible by May 1
Overhead photo of student studying at desk
February 26

$5 million pledge creates new Student Emergency Fund

Unlike a similar fund, the anonymous gift also will help students with academic costs
Students meeting in the Black Cultural Center
February 23

Listen Learn Act: Gift means 16 new scholarships to aid students

The UO's anti-racism initiatives also are creating authentic and civil spaces for discussion
Freeman Wrabowski III
February 22

Expert in inclusive excellence in STEM to give campus talk

Freeman A. Hrabowski is next African American Workshop and Lecture series speaker
Student Food Pantry
February 22

There’s still time to donate to the state employees food drive

Payroll deduction is a great way to give before the month-long drive ends this week