Campus News

Martin Luther King Jr. illustration
January 18

Virtual MLK Day is a chance to reconnect, share and remember

The commemoration is one way to take part in making King's dream a reality
Max with his family
January 15

Search for missing dog ends happily for UOPD chief’s family

Max, a 2-year-old German Shepard, was found injured but alive after a 19-day search
Rennard Strickland
January 13

UO marks the passing of former law Dean Rennard Strickland

A national leader in the field of Indian law, Strickland spent 10 years at the UO
Italian billboard promoting face masks
January 11

UO prof discusses life in Italy during its coronavirus peak

Melissa Graboyes shares her perspectives as a public health expert with UO Today
Mother and child at coronavirus testing center
January 11

COVID-19 testing team looks to expand capacity in 2021

Now in its ninth month, the program has processed more than 25,000 COVID-19 tests
Image from the 'Racing to Change' exhibit
January 11

A new year means a new chance to experience art at the UO

Many events and exhibits are virtual, but some in-person art is emerging
Ancil Payne Award plaques
January 8

SOJC opens nominations for journalism ethics award

Submissions for the annual Ancil Payne Award must be received by Feb. 15
Kathleen Hall Jamieson
January 8

Researcher to discuss challenges of COVID-19 communication

Kathleen Jamieson co-founded FactCheck.org and is a professor at UPenn
Martin Luther King Jr. illustration
January 7

MLK Day at the UO will provide 'Lessons for the Flock'

A day of connection and social justice work will honor King's memory and legacy
City street from above
January 6

Urbanism Next to host virtual forum on post-pandemic world

Poster proposals for the March 17-19 event need to be submitted by Jan. 22

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