Lundquist College of Business

Aerial image of Redmond Airport
May 16

Hub of change: Sustainable Cities Year in Redmond

As it has done every year since 2009, SCYP helps cities with existing problems as well as dream projects
Marketing professor Aparna Sundar
May 11

Aparna Sundar talks about color and consumer with Forbes

In an interview with Forbes, Sundar talks about using color to influence consumer perception
Grand opening of the 942 Olive building
May 11

The UO's new innovation hub opens in downtown Eugene

Known as 942 Olive, the new building will house facilities that connect students with local businesses.
The entrance to 942 Olive, the UO's new innovation hub in downtown Eugene
May 10

UO's new hub for innovation featured in Register-Guard

The building will be home to two UO programs, the university’s Product Design Program and Tyler Invention Greenhouse.
Toyota Mobility Challenge logo
May 6

Votes needed: UO team is finalist in Toyota challenge

The team with the most votes by May 8 will receive a prized internship with Toyota.
Apple logo
April 25

Innovations by 'exciting' brands are more acceptable

UO marketing prof explores how two sensory perceptions play a role when brands surprise consumers with something new.
Anthony Newman speaking to Native American students
April 8

Business students host a field day for Native American youth.

Begun by the Warsaw Sports Business Club, the Youth Movement event inspires young Native Americans to stay active in ways that celebrate their culture.
UO entrance sign
April 8

April 8 update: Comments sought as interviews conclude

The final candidate in the SOJC dean search presents today.
University of Oregon Logo
April 7

April 7 update: Interviews continue, no public presentation today

The final candidate presentation is Friday for the School of Journalism and Communication.
The Duck with a 3-on-3 tournament player in 2012
April 5

Youth basketball tourney gets time in the spotlight

Students in the Lundquist College of Business staged the fundraiser to benefit two local scholarship funds, one at KIDSPORTS and one at the UO.

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