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 11

Arsenic-cycling findings by UO’s Jin draw quick media coverage

The UO research done south of Eugene has worldwide implications for making water in affected areas safer to drink.
March 11

US News graduate rankings for 2016 include UO programs

The School of Law, School of Education and several science programs were included among the nation's best.
March 9

School of Music and Dance offers a week of musical events

Puerto Rican Bomba, chamber music, jazz and gospel will be performed on campus and in downtown Eugene.
March 6

Center to host symposium on Latin American rights, culture

The first symposium by the Center for Latino/a and Latin American Studies will offer panel discussions, speakers and music.
March 4

Environmental law conference to focus on 'Changing Currents'

Numerous keynote speaker, panel discussions, workshops and more will tackle important environmental law topics.
Frans de Waal
March 3

Primatologist de Waal to discuss emotions among animals

De Waal will talk about empathy and altruism among primates in the annual Robert D. Clark Lecture.
March 2

More volunteers needed to help at meningitis immunization clinic

Workers are especially needed to help complete the eligibility check and to direct people at Matthew Knight Arena.
February 28

Vaccination effort kicks into high gear beginning March 2

More than 3,000 UO students have already received meningitis B vaccines in advance of the large-scale clinic beginning March 2.
Graduate Forum winners
February 24

UO Grad Forum awards over $10,000 in prizes to students

Eighteen UO grad students were awarded cash prizes for their panel and poster presentations at the Graduate Student Research Forum.
February 23

Mass vaccination clinics begin March 2; additional clinics set

The university expects to vaccinate thousands of students at the Matthew Knight Arena clinic and hundreds at other clinics on and off campus.