Student Life

Taylor Branch
April 13

Civil rights historian Taylor Branch giving Presidential Lecture

A leading author on the civil rights movement, Branch will talk about his work on the rise of Martin Luther King Jr.
Cantus Vocal Ensemble
April 8

Cantus Vocal Ensemble to close UO chamber music series

The University of Oregon’s ChamberMusic@Beall concert series — known throughout Oregon for bringing renowned live chamber musicians to the ears of Willamette
April 7

UO Libraries announce launch of new learning management system

The new Canvas system is now in use, and all classes will need to move to the program by fall 2015.
April 7

Notable speakers coming to UO for global justice events

Former United States ambassador Princeton Lyman will be the keynote speaker for the April 10 event.
UO Goldwater Scholars Kyla Martichuski and John Gillies
April 7

Two UO juniors named 2015 Goldwater Scholars

The prestigious awards recognize top undergraduate students for their research in science, math and engineering.
April 6

School of Journalism launches web channel focused on books

With television channels for everything else, students and faculty asked 'Why not a channel for books?'
April 3

Physics Slam is shaping up to be a campus hit

Six UO scientists will compete to explain a complex physics topic in just 10 minutes, without jargon.
April 3

RAINMaker Awards could turn summer break into a startup

The $5,000 seed grants are funded by Rumblefish founder and UO grad Paul Anthony Troiano.
Students launch the atlatls they built
April 2

UO students get taste of archaeology by making, throwing spears

Introductory science course is designed to teach the real methods of the field and debunk the Indiana Jones portrayal.
April 1

UO’s Brooks offers tips to better chances of receiving state grants

Apply early and list state schools first when filling out the FAFSA: Those are two pieces of advice that University of Oregon financial aid director Jim Broo

Pages