Couples seeking a Valentine's Day check-up for their relationships can sign up for sessions with graduate student therapists at the University of Oregon.
Campus Copy, a branch of UO Printing and Mailing Services, held an art contest last year to promote the business’s location and to “add some creativity to the stark EMU walls and showcase the talent we have at the university,” says Printing and Mailing Services Assistant Director John Boytz.
Sharon Block, a respected historian of gender, sexuality and race in colonial America and associate professor of history at the University of California–Irvine, will deliver a free public lecture, “Rape: Race, Power and
For many, arriving at the University of Oregon after spending their lives in Texas would be a radical change of pace.
An exhibition by Rich Bergeman of photographs depicting the history of Oregon's Baker County is being hosted through July 24 at the UO School of Law's second-floor gallery.
De'Anthony Thomas put Duck fans into a heightened zone of engagement for watching the 2013 Fiesta Bowl when he returned the opening kickoff for a touchdown, says University of Oregon researcher Frank Diaz.
University of Oregon faculty and staff and their families can watch the Ducks put the biscuit in the basket – for free – when the Oregon Ducks Club Hockey team hosts faculty and staff night at 7 p.m. on Friday, Feb. 1.
Tracey Dudley enjoys solving the riddle that each day brings.
“You never know what might happen,” Dudley says, her eyes bright with excitement. “I just love that – the agenda is always new, always fresh.”
An exhibit showcasing the accomplishments of Alan Turing is on display in the cases located at the east and west entryway corridors in the Knight Library.
The exhibit, which will run through April, is entitled “Alan Turing- the Founder of Computer Science.”