Student Life

Late Night BreakfastMar 19
10:00 p.m.
Erb Memorial Union (EMU)
Violin Performance at the EMU - Happy 332nd...Mar 21
12:00 p.m.
Erb Memorial Union (EMU)
Quack Chats Pub Talk: “The Coming Revolution in...Mar 21
6:00 p.m.
Downtown Athletic Club, Ax Billy Grill Third Floor

March 31

Governor Brown lends voice to vaccination efforts

Gov. Kate Brown releases public service message to students urging them to get vaccinated against meningitis B.
March 31

Sustainable City Year program to partner with city of Redmond

More than 400 University of Oregon students will work on city projects during the 2015-16 academic year.
March 31

Duck Store's Grad Fair begins online April 1, in-store April 6-9

 Students who order on or before April 9 will receive a $10 Duck Store gift card and $10 off their purchase of a graduation package.
March 30

Graduate School to fund media-based recruitment and retention efforts

Eight awards of up to $2,500 will be made in this year's Innovations in Graduate Education program.
March 30

Three Minute Thesis competition returns to UO

Think fast — the Three Minute Thesis competition is returning to the University of Oregon.
Geri Richmond
March 24

UO’s Richmond is among 1859 magazine’s ‘Eminent Women’

Bend-based publication features the UO's presidential chair in a roundup of women whose efforts have had positive influences on Oregon.
“Breath Buddies,” by Hana Hiratsuka, is a home medical device for Angie, a 3-year-old user who has cystic fibrosis.
March 24

Product design students win IDSA scholarship, merit award

Two Product Design Program BFA candidates were honored recently for their work by the Industrial Designers Society of America. 
Beth Stormshak
March 24

Stormshak receives award for new intervention program

The award from the National Institute on Drug Abuse will establish a new, online resource to help reduce substance abuse in middle-school youth.
Michael Pawlyn
March 24

HOPES conference wades through data in search of solutions

The annual Holistic Options for Planet Earth Sustainability (HOPES) conference will feature a student-designed parklet in downtown Eugene.
March 24

Exhibit highlights museum’s connection to campus community

Students photographed tree plantings, burn sites and attractive spots in Eugene as part of the class project.