Lundquist College of Business

UO business professor Troy Campbell
March 4

Business prof named to top '30 Under 30' list

Pacific Standard magazine puts Troy Campbell on its list of millennials who are "nobly intentioned, action-oriented, extraordinarily motivated — and crazy...
A tax preparation session
March 4

UO students again offer free tax prep service

No appointment is necessary to receive help from volunteer tax assistants, and clients are served on a first-come, first-served basis at the Saturday sessions.
Jim Rippey
March 1

James Rippey, UO friend and advocate, passes away at age 84

Rippey and his wife have given generously to the College of Business, Knight Library, the College of Arts and Sciences, and Oregon Institute of Marine Biology.
February 4

Finalists for five dean and VP positions coming to campus

Each candidate will meet with stakeholder groups and make a presentation to the campus community as part of the visits.
Dancers at a recent show by the UO's new Hip Hop Ensemble, one of seven campus groups seeking crowdfunding help.
February 1

Seven new crowdfunding projects go live

The campaigns hope to use the power of crowdfunding to raise money for a variety of programs that serve students and the community.
Troy Campbell
January 5

UO professor writes about Sanders, Trump and politics

Marketing professor Troy Campbell says both men are tapping into deeply held beliefs people were once afraid to voice.
December 21

Game on: Business college sets the UO's first gaming hackathon

Short for hack marathon, the hackathon is an intense weekend where student teams develop digital gaming prototypes.
Marketing professor Aparna Sundar
December 3

New study suggests color affects ethical judgments of brands

Studies by the UO's Aparna Sundar show ‘green’ colors in a logo influence buyer perception of environmental friendliness.
October 6

The UO has the nation's top green MBA program, Princeton Review says

The publication ranked the Oregon MBA program in the Lundquist College of Business above Yale and Stanford in the green MBA category.
Roger and Robin Best have endowed a fund for doctoral students in business
October 5

New $1 million gift will help doctoral students in College of Business

The gift from emeritus professor of marketing Roger Best and his wife, Robin, will help support research, publishing and teaching.