Portland

A cellphone tracking device
February 20

Law professor to discuss use of cellphone tracking devices

Carrie Leonetti will discuss constitutional issues raised by the technology
Linda Favero
January 31

New position expands student life support at UO Portland

Linda Favero will help with student life and career services
Ta-Nehisi Coates
January 23

UO Portland to simulcast Ta-Nehisi Coates lecture, followed by panel discussion

For those unable to attend the Ta-Nehisi Coates lect
PDX DNA
January 9

Urban historians to explore the moments that shaped Portland

It’s hard to imagine Portland without the Tom McCall Waterfront Park, the Willamette Valley without the wine industry, or Stumptown without sustainability.
Oregon Folklife Network logo
November 29

Folklife program set for Dec. 3 at Gresham Public Library

Nancy Nusz will discuss the cultural traditions of people in Multnomah County
Tim Duy (left) and Bruce McCain
November 16

Post-election uncertainty could hold back economy, experts say

The forecast was a central part of the recent Oregon Economic Forum in Portland
Skyline image of Portland
November 13

Economic forum in Portland to look at aftermath of fall election

The Nov. 16 event will include an overview of the Knight Campus
David Parkinson working at a sewing machine
November 8

Keeping others safe is the goal of the UO's new Tillman Scholar

David Parkinson, an Air Force vet, landed in the sports product management program
Applied Information Management
October 20

Applied Information Management program celebrates 30 years

The UO Program will celebrate it's 30th anniversary this fall with a gala in Portland on Nov. 5
Moda Center
October 20

Tickets on sale for Portland Classic, featuring UO basketball

Tickets are on sale for the Portland Classic, which will bring both the University of Oregon women’s and men’s basketball teams to the Moda Center on Saturda

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