Student Life

April 20

45th Earth Week at the UO will be a busy one

Activities will range from speakers and documentaries to a day of service Saturday, April 25.
April 16

Duck Days and track meet will boost campus traffic Friday

Visitors to campus are advised to walk, bike or ride the bus to avoid traffic congestion and limited parking.
April 16

IAAF World Championships are coming to the UO in 2021

The event will mark the first time in the IAAF's 33-year history that the championships will be held in the United States.
Dev Sinha
April 16

Math professor Dev Sinha takes Common Core training statewide

Sinha, a UO mathematics professor, helps explain new K-12 standards at training events across the state.
April 15

UO football coaches launch $500,000 scholarship fund drive

Football coaches pledge $250,000 in matching money and hope to double that by the May 2 spring game. 
April 15

'Sila,' a play inspired by climate change, debuts at University Theatre

The play is the first to incorporate Inuit myth, Arctic Circle policy and climate change in a theatrical performance.
RecycleMania workshop
April 15

Slim margin separates UO, OSU in 2015 RecycleMania Civil War

Beavers claim the 2015 trophy with a scant 0.10 pounds per person advantage over the Ducks.
Charlotte Rheingold
April 14

UO undergraduate to present her research at national conference

Charlotte Rheingold will speak about the ways climate change research is translated into indigenous languages.
Image source: NASA
April 14

Students take a moonshot as part of new Telescope competition

The contest challenges students to turn astrophysics research into a compelling visual presentation.
Bread loaves on display on the final day of Bread 101
April 13

National food association honors teaching approach of UO’s ‘Bread 101’

Team-taught course featured interdisciplinary approach to study the science, culture and politics of an every day food staple.

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