The University of Oregon's American English Institute (AEI), College of Arts and Sciences, and Teaching Effectiveness Program will host “The International Classroom,” a workshop for UO instructors, from 9 a.m. to 11:15 a.m., on Friday, Feb. 1.
On Jan. 20, Knight Library began its new around-the-clock schedule. The library is now open for study from 9 a.m. Sunday to 7 p.m. Friday. Saturday hours are 9 a.m. to 7 p.m.
The ASUO is financially supporting the extended hours.
The UO Wayne Morse Center for Law and Politics kicks off its winter/spring 2013 Public Affairs Speaker Series, "Governing a Polarized Republic: Is This Any Way to Run a Democracy?" with a roundtable discussion, Governing after the 2012 Election,
A Gabonese delegation headed by education minister Séraphin Moundounga spent a full day at the University of Oregon on Monday and heard descriptions of potential research projects that could result from a new Gabon/Oregon Transnational Research Center on Environment and Development.
A 14-person delegation from the west-central African nation of Gabon – including Gabonese education minister Séraphin Moundounga – are at the University of Oregon today.
The Oregon State Board of Higher Education met today and accepted the resignation of Oregon University System Chancellor George Pernsteiner. The board also approved the terms of Pernsteiner's separation agreement.
World-renowned pianist Julian Martin will visit the UO School of Music and Dance to teach a master class from 10 a.m. to noon on Monday, Feb. 4 in Beall Concert Hall.
University of Oregon faculty members are being encouraged to contact student authors of exceptional papers or theses and urge them to submit applications before the Feb.
Architecture and landscape architecture students in the “OregonBILDS 2” studio at the University of Oregon are designing prototypes for an annual series of classes that will design and build a residence every year, with profits from each home's sale poured into a fund to make the program self-per