Cheering grads in Knight Arena
June 19

The Ducks of 2019 end one journey and begin thousands more

More than 5,200 students became alumni at the university's 143rd commencement ceremony
The Duck at chalkboard
May 15

Giving Day is a chance for Ducks of a feather to flock together

A gift made on May 16 will help UO supporters unlock gifts and raise more than $1.3 million
Composite image of three undergraduate researchers
May 14

Symposium provides a stage for some extraordinary students

UO undergraduate researchers remain down-to-earth while conducting monumental research
Students inspecting beehives
May 8

Honeybees have a sweet new home on the roof of the EMU

Three hives are buzzing with new worker bees as part of a campus effort to protect pollinators
A teleconference lecture in the DREAM Lab.
May 6

New DREAM Lab offers space for digital scholarship, teaching

Large screens and videoconferencing technology are accessible in all spaces throughout the lab
Urbanism Next 2018 conference
April 17

Urbanism Next to host second national conference in Portland

Participants will discuss the effects emerging technologies will have on cities and communities
Aerial view of Lunquist College of Business
April 17

UO business school opens doors to a world of opportunity

Take a look inside the college and hear how current students and past grads are changing lives
University supporters with the Duck outside the state Capitol
April 15

Calling all Ducks: Advocates needed for UO lobby day in Salem

University supporters will gather at the Capitol to help make the case for better funding
Students Rachael Maloney and Zachary Colligan in the Grow Pod.
April 8

Student farmers get a chance to learn how their garden grows

Indoor GrowPod Lab fosters research, learning and innovation for sustainable urban food production
April 3

Biologist Researches Built Environments

Willem Griffiths wanted a career in research. He’s chasing goals despite fading eyesight.