July 23

UO faculty compensation competitive with other public AAUs, reaches target Set by senate

The University of Oregon has achieved an ambitious goal set by the University Senate in 2000 to bring
Kiersten Muenchinger and Michelle McKinley
July 22

Two UO professors named Fulbright scholars for 2015-16

Law professor Michelle McKinley and product design professor Kiersten Muenchinger plan international research programs.
UO physicist Russ Donnelly
July 20

UO physicist Russ Donnelly remembered at campus gathering

A UO faculty member since 1966, Donnelly was a prominent physicist whose research explored the coldest temperatures possible.
Johnson Hall
July 20

UO sets a record for academic giving in first public year of campaign

The $214 million pledged means the UO has topped $200 million in gifts twice in three years and raised the campaign total to $827 million.
CAS interim Dean W. Andrew Marcus, Don Tykeson, Vice President for Student Life Robin Holmes (seated, from left) and Willie Tykeson
July 15

Lawmakers approve College and Careers project, major renovations

The Legislature approves $37 million for the new building plus renovations in Klamath and Chapman halls. 
UO to sponsor Rose City Comic Con
July 15

Sponsorship gives Duck fans a discount on Rose City Comic Con tickets

UO alumni, students and employees can get a 20 percent discount on tickets for the September comic convention.
July 15

Summer may be the time to take a professional development course

UO employees looking to sharpen their skills or pick up some new ones over the summer are invited to check out the list of professional development opportuni
150 Columbia renovation underway
July 15

Renovation of 150 Columbia should be complete by winter 2016

Construction is underway on the 150 Columbia lecture hall renovation project, which will bring the 55-year-old space up to modern standards.
Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art
July 13

UO museums offer free summer admission to military personnel

Both the Jordan Schnitzer Musuem of Art and the Museum of Natural and Cultural History are taking part in the program.
Whitney Wagoner
July 13

Whitney Wagoner chosen to lead Warsaw Sports Marketing Center

Wagoner will be the first woman to lead the highly regarded center, the first program of its kind at a U.S. business school.