College of Design

 Kevin Loo-Chan describes his final architectural design project
June 22

A&AA poised to 'make a difference around the world,' trustees learn

Interim Dean Brook Muller tells the board that the school delivers solid returns to the UO for a modes investment.
Liz Zarro, UO Class of 2015
June 16

UO grad Liz Zarro plans a career helping people through product design

UO graduate Liz Zarro went from dancing to design at the UO, and now hopes to use what she’s learned to make people’s lives better.
June 9

Leadership transition at Lundquist; searches to begin for deans and VP

Dean Kees de Kluyver has prepared the Lundquist College of Business for growth and continued excellence.
UO in Portland
June 2

Student work highlighted Thursday during Portland open house

Work by students in journalism, architecture and product design will be among the pieces on display.
Gerardo Francisco Sandoval
May 20

In ongoing study, UO's Sandoval looks at exploitation of workers

An Iowa meatpacking plant's employment of undocumented Guatemalans opens a window on risks taken by Latin American migrants.
May 18

Inaugural Reynolds Symposium highlights an energy-efficient future

The UO’s first-ever John Reynolds Sustainability Symposium offered a look at healthier and more energy-efficient future in its inaugural run at the Ford Alum
Brook Muller, acting dean, School of Architecture & Allied Arts
May 7

Brook Muller to serve as interim A&AA dean pending national search

An architecture professor and associate dean, Muller has served as acting dean since last fall.
May 5

UO partners with OSU on new center for sustainable wood products

Architecture professor Judith Sheine recently spoke to the state Legislature on the need to fund the center.
May 5

Budget process yields strategic investments in academics, campus support

New faculty positions and support for the library, science literacy and SAIL are among the funded initiatives. 
Dyana Mason
May 4

Culturally targeted pitch for support scores for nonprofit

UO study finds that a targeted Los Angeles audience responded well to a culturally considered letter seeking charitable support. 

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