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Illustration of woman with cellphone
May 11

Faculty, community input sought on next steps for open access

A virtual town hall meeting will be held May 28 to hear comments, share information
James F. Ivory with his Oscar
March 31

Oscar award winner chosen as next honorary degree recipient

The UO Board of Trustees approved James Ivory’s nomination this month
Watching a class online
March 30

UO jumps into remote learning with passion and innovation

During the global health emergency, the UO taps into expertise and community spirit
Biology professor Diana Libuda
March 27

Faculty borrow a page from Hollywood as spring term nears

Several UO profs got creative in preparing for an unprecedented spring term
Senjafuda panels
March 23

Sheltering in place? Art and culture are only a click away

The university offers a wealth of videos to entertain, educate and inspire
Japanese senjafuda drawing
February 21

Check out the UO's strange menagerie of Japanese senjafuda

These small, woodblock prints were made by pilgrims as a kind of devotional graffiti
Startup Week event
November 4

UO Startup Week focuses on ways to disrupt the food industry

Events, workshops and a pitch competition are among the activities offered starting Nov. 8
Aerial view of campus
October 16

Searches launched for College of Design, UO Libraries leaders

The national searches for the two positions are underway and likely will be filled by next year
Japanese votive slip
October 4

Ghosts and monsters of Japan to scare up interest at pub talk

Professor Glynne Walley will talk about senjafuda votive slips at the Oct. 9 event
Peg Lynch with script and radio microphone.
August 7

Library exhibit celebrates the legacy of TV pioneer Peg Lynch

She created the popular radio and TV series 'Ethel and Albert' and broke new ground for women

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