Lundquist College of Business

Campus building
November 9

UO Law's Nonprofit Clinic offers free governance assessments

Services will be provided remotely this spring, offering help to more-distant clients
A women's basketball game from 2019
November 3

New initiative centered on women in sports gains momentum

UO joins 'The Collective Think Tank,' a group of 10 schools in the U.S., Canada, Europe
Lillis Hall entry
October 26

New Innovation Student Fellowships to launch in November

Applications for the program, which centers on entrepreneurship, are due by Nov. 16
Drowsy man working at laptop
October 22

UO study takes on the idea that real men need less sleep

Researchers find the idea that masculinity means more work, less sleep is harmful
A chemical plant
October 9

Research highlights how public and private companies differ

Albert Sheen in the Department of Finance finds notable differences in their strategies
Tech firm workers
September 18

New study tracks COVID-19’s effects on small tech firms

Management professor Lauren Lanahan will examine challenges faced by small firms
Healthy food next to junk food
August 17

Parental choices on junk food, healthy eating influence children

UO study finds parental views are another challenge for promoting healthy eating
Silhouette of protesters and company logos
July 20

Study shows corporate activism can help, or hurt, the bottom line

Research by Joshua Beck shows companies need to be in step with key stakeholders
Aerial view of downtown Eugene buildings
July 13

New research examines the societal effects of COVID-19

Two new projects look at changes to transportation, shopping and infrastructure
Idit Shner and Bettina Cornwell
July 6

Two professors receive appointments as Knight Chairs

The recipients are marketing professor Bettina Cornwell and saxophone professor Idit Shner