Robin Jaqua, UO supporter and philanthropist
November 10

Robin Jaqua, UO supporter and philanthropist, dies at 94

With her husband, John, Robin Jaqua was a loyal and generous Duck and an advocate for children and the arts.
UO President Michael Schill
November 9

President launches initiative to open doors, reduce time to graduation

The $17 million plan will expand scholarship and help students save thousands in tuition by helping ensure they graduate in four years.
UO President Michael Schill
November 5

President to unveil new student access and success program

The new plan will build on the success of PathwayOregon, the innovative program that is aiding hundreds of Oregon students.
A chemistry students tosses a frozen pumpkin off Lillis in the name of science.
November 2

The week that was in UO social media, Oct. 26-Nov. 1

Here's a quick look at some of our most popular social media posts over the past week.
October 30

President to discuss access, opportunity at all-campus event

President Michael Schill is inviting the campus and community to his first all-campus address at 11 a.m. Nov. 10 in the EMU ballroom.
October 30

Governor appoints Stamps Scholar to UO Board of Trustees

Once confirmed by the Oregon Legislature, freshman accounting major Will Paustian will serve through June 30, 2017.
October 28

Campus invited to meet the candidates for Title IX AVP

Candidate names and full interview schedules will be released Monday; additional candidate visits will be Nov. 10-11 and Nov. 19-20.
October 28

Women in Higher Education set annual conference in Bend

More than 100 women from universties and colleges across the state are expected to attend the annual networking event.
The combined UO Symphony Orchestra and Eugene Symphony will the largest ever a the Hult Center
October 27

Special deal for big symphony concert is music to Ducks' ears

Students can attend for $10 by showing a valid UO ID card when buying tickets, and UO faculty and staff can get a 10 percent discount.
Stacks of books
October 26

President Schill makes room for more faculty-authored books

The summer drop-in events were so successful, the president’s office is scheduling three more for this academic year.