C. remanei female is shown above a male
May 28

UO study finds New York males are deadly -- in the world of roundworms

A grad student's early observation put UO biologist Patrick Phillips on a quest to understand a reproductive mystery.
May 27

Candidate for sexual assault AVP to appear on campus June 2

A candidate for the UO’s new position of assistant vice president for sexual assault and Title IX coordinator will be on campus June 2 to give a presentation
UO Chamber Choir places second Marktoberfest
May 27

UO Chamber Choir takes second place at international competition

The UO Chamber Choir took second place in the Marktoberfest International Chamber Choir Competition following two days of performance.
Interim UO President Scott Coltrane
May 27

UO to elevate general counsel role to vice president

The job will be elevated to a vice president and new search will be opened based on the new job responsibilities.
May 27

2015 State of Black Oregon panel coming to UO Thursday

A panel discussion will include faculty, advocates and officials from Eugene and Portland.
May 27

Faculty and staff invited to “Take a Hike”

The 17th annual fun run and walk will start and finish on the student rec center activity fields.
2015 Sustainability Awards
May 27

Inaugural Sustainability Awards honor commitment to the environment

Recipients were honored for their work in athletics, campus operations, campus design, student leadership, research and teaching.
Shannon Boettcher
May 26

Clusters hiring launches with focus on basic and applied sciences

National leading researchers are being recruited to help boost the UO's leadership in areas seen as critical to emerging scientific challenges.
Research Excellence Awards
May 26

Five faculty members among those receiving Research Excellence Awards

The 2015 Teaching and Research Excellence Awards ceremony will recognize outstanding faculty.
Incoming UO President Michael Schill
May 26

Incoming president makes another visit to campus this week

The new president will start getting comfortable in his new city as well as meet with faculty, staff and students.