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.
Pioneer statue
July 9

New AAU salary survey data shows UO compares well

Weighted average salaries for tenure-related faculty increased from 86 percent of the average salary of public AAU peers in 2013 to 94 percent in 2015.
EMU to close for 10 days in August
July 9

EMU to close for almost two weeks in August due to construction

The closure is needed during the replacement of the concrete decks outside the main doors and Fishbowl.
UO president Michael Schill visits with faculty, staff and students at a reception on Monday, July 6, at Allen Hall
July 6

UO's new president gets his feet on the ground

The new president will meet with members of the campus community this week before his first official day July 6.
University of Oregon a Fiske Best Buy
July 1

University of Oregon a top 'Best Buy' according to Fiske Guide

The university, which has made the list four times, is one of 19 public and 24 private schools included on the 2015 rankings.
Sara Hodges and Laura Jacek joining the Graduate School
June 29

Sara Hodges, Laura Jacek take leadership posts in Graduate School

Hodges will serve as associate dean and manage new projects; Jacek will be assistant dean and direct daily operations.
June 29

Incoming President Michael Schill arrives in Eugene this week

The UO's 18th president will make his official debut July 6, wrapping up the day with a public reception in Allen Hall.
June 29

New program brings faculty expertise to broader audiences

The Media Ambassadors Program helps connect journalists with UO faculty with expertise on issues of the day.
University of Oregon
June 29

College admissions conference will bring 1,200 people to campus

The Overseas Association of College Admission Counselors will attract members from 89 countries.