Campus News

Jay and Kim Mohr
September 19

A Duck's gift is helping business students take flight

Jay and Kim Mohr are transforming career services at the Lundquist College of Business
UO Convocation Procession
September 18

Tech leader and Duck Renée James to speak at convocation

The Oregon alumna was president of Intel before becoming the CEO of Ampere Computing
The Duck and Lee Corso
September 18

GameDay returns to the UO's Memorial Quad this Saturday

The popular college football preview show lands on campus for the 10th time
President Schill at Wings event
September 18

Three UO researchers will headline Wings event in Portland

https://www.eventbrite.com/e/uo-wings-november-1-2018-tickets-50427001519The Nov. 1 evening at the White Stag Block includes Curtis Austin, Alison Gash and...
Bernice Yeung with panel
September 17

Journalist to discuss sexual assault of vulnerable women

Bernice Yeung's work at the Center for Investigative Reporting has earned numerous awards
Rainbow flag
September 17

Submissions now being accepted for the annual OUTList

LGBTQIA community and allies invited to participate as part of the UO's Coming Out Week
Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art
September 14

Public series explores global plastics issues through art

The programs are part of the exhibit 'Plastic Entanglements: Ecology, Aesthetics, Materials'
Sarah Bernhardt from Rebus,' Vik Muniz
September 14

New three-part art installation at the JSMA brings plastic to life

The UO art museum is presenting the history and future of plastic in a new fall new exhibit
Aerial view of site
September 7

Tower crane rises above Knight Campus construction site

The 190-foot hoist will be a fixture as the new building begins to rise on Franklin Boulevard
A vaquita, a species of critically endangered porpoise, is seen in the Gulf of California
September 7

Economist to tell how big data could tame overfishing

Grant McDermott will talk about how his work is delivering a clearer picture on global fisheries

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