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Glacier in Greenland
January 14

New grant will create an institute for racial and climate justice

The Mellon Foundation gives $4.5 million to create a transformative research platform
The Duck in front of a fireplace
November 30

Fight the chill with some warming arts and entertainment

Neither the pandemic nor looming winter mean an end to cultural happenings
Knight Library entrance
October 5

Library doors reopen to students and employees this fall

Most locations will operate under adjusted hours with service modifications
Collage of portrait photos of the 2020 URA winners
September 22

Ten students win 2020 Undergraduate Research Awards

The honors recognize students for research done using resources at UO Libraries
EMU exterior
September 21

Technology Service Desk reopens in new home at the EMU

Appointments for in-person help will expand tech support options for fall
Knight Library (Akendall/CC BY-SA)
August 12

UO moves to cover controversial murals in Knight Library

The murals have been criticized as racist because of exclusionary language and depictions of Native Americans
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

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