Lundquist College of Business

Bruce Blonigen
July 25

New interim dean named for Lundquist College of Business

A professor of economics, Blonigen's research has looked at international trade and multinational corporations
UO business professor Troy Campbell
July 19

Fantasy fans are the real superheroes, UO prof writes

Comic-con nerds aren't all costumes and consumerism, says marketing professor Troy Campbell
UO marketing professor Lynn Kahle
July 7

New Portland program builds skills for business innovators

The nine-month certificate program will focus on strengthening new ventures
Exterior of Earle A. Chiles Business Center
June 29

UO remembers donor and supporter Earle M. Chiles

Earle M. Chiles named the building for his father, a 1927 college of business alumnus whose family owned Fred Meyer, Inc.
The Amtrak train station in downtown Albany.
May 26

UO to partner with Albany on more than 20 civic projects

The UO’s Sustainable City Year Program will engage hundreds of students across 10 disciplines on real-world projects for the city
President Michael Schill and others walking across campus to deliver an award.
May 25

Nine outstanding faculty members receive UO's highest teaching honors

The Herman and Ersted awards are given annually to recognize excellence in teaching
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.