College of Design

Rebecca Lewis, Nico Larco and Earl Blumenauer
February 1

UO’s Urbanism Next leads stakeholder briefing in Washington

Researchers talked about their work on how emerging technologies will affect American cities
Students examine clothing
January 23

UO product design program has a case of the Prison Blues

Students are working with inmates to help design and produce a new clothing line
Africa Hall sits atop a hill with a view of the Addis Ababa skyline. Photo courtesy of David Koch
January 11

Alumnus of German Joins UN Restoration Project

Africa Hall has a storied history on the continent–and David Koch will help tell it
MLK images
January 9

University honors the life and legacy of MLK throughout January

Awards, speakers, marches and music are part of the university and community activities
Studio in 510 Oak
November 29

New downtown art building is ready for the spotlight

The School of Art + Design to host the 510 Oak grand opening at the Dec. 7 First Friday ArtWalk
The Protective Atmospheres Workshop
November 14

Student design project takes on a notorious pest: Mosquitoes

A workshop looked at better ways to build research facilities to study the pesky, dangerous bugs
Autumn scene
November 13

Summer fellowships doubled for creative arts and humanities

Tenure-related faculty members will have more opportunities for summer research funding
510 Oak St. building
September 28

New 510 Oak building brings new creativity to downtown Eugene

The building will house art and product design research studios and a new Center for Art Research
White Stag Block
September 14

Sports product design goes to the Portland Maker Faire

The event is intended to inspire participants to consider studies in STEM subjects and other fields
Yekang Ko channels her passion for the environment through her work creating sustainable and resource-efficient landscapes. Photograph by Chris Larsen, University Communications
July 6

Profile: Yekang Ko

Assistant professor of landscape architecture looks to help cities better coexist with the environment around them

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