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Astoria's Liberty Theater
June 12

Students explore Oregon's past through the lens of its theaters

A cinema studies class takes a historical look at the social role of small-town movie houses
Bill Bowerman with track athlete
June 12

The original 'Men of Oregon' take a lap along memory lane

Former UO runners who trained under Bill Bowerman recently visited campus to reminisce
Classroom scene
May 21

New summer institute will put the focus on teaching

Applications are due May 28 for the weeklong UO Summer Teaching Institute
Facade of Knight Library
April 26

Task force asks for students’ creative responses to library murals

The controversial artworks have been the topic of debates over race and intellectual freedom
Photos of Bhagwan Shree Rajneesh
April 23

The history of Rajneeshpuram has a home in UO Libraries

Artifacts from the commune, back in the limelight after a Netflix series, are part of special collections
Computer station
March 26

Transform IT progress is reviewed at town hall meeting

CIO provided an update on the service-based approach, as well as IT governance
Skype screenshot
March 16

A new tool for staging online meetings comes to campus

The Skype for Business phased rollout will eventually include all UO faculty, staff and students
Carolina Hernandez in the Visualization Lab
March 14

Digital Scholarship Center now accepting grant proposals

Faculty members are invited to submit funding requests for digital research projects by April 30
Split screen image of library and art museum
March 5

Information sessions offered for Mellon fellowship grants

Sessions provide faculty information about grants to advance UO Libraries-JSMA collaboration
James Ivory
March 5

UO alum James Ivory wins Oscar for 'Call Me by Your Name'

The legendary director is honored with his first-ever individual Oscar for best adapted screenplay

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