The goal is clear: Double the number of college degrees in science, technology, engineering and math awarded in Oregon by the year 2030. But how do we get there?
The UO has placed more than 70 life-saving Automated External Defibrillators (AEDs) on campus.
University of Oregon law Professor Emeritus Mary Lawrence, who created the UO School of Law’s nationally ranked Legal Research and Writing program in 1978, received a lifetime achievement award at the Association of American Law Schools (AALS) meeting in January.
The Office of Equity and Inclusion has announced winners of the inaugural Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., Essay Contest and winners of the University of Oregon's 2013 Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., Awards.
The new year is a popular time to review bad habits and begin good ones, and a number of upcoming events offer a chance to get started.
Ten more UO employees won stainless steel AroundtheO travel mugs when their numbers were drawn in today's AroundtheO scavenger hunt contest. Each submitted one or more correct answers in this week's daily contests to become eligible for the weekly drawing.
Three faculty members in the UO chemistry department have been awarded a grant for $25,785 from the Camille and Henry Dreyfus Special Grant Program in the Chemical Sciences for their work on a science education outreach program for middle school and high school students.
Mike Hibbard, a professor emeritus in the UO's Department of Planning, Public Policy and Management, will have the ear – and eye – of this year's Oregon Legislature in a most unusual way.
Update (3 p.m. Friday): The University of Oregon received approval from the Oregon University System Friday afternoon to move forward with improvements that will create easier and greater access for fans entering and exiting the north side of Autzen Stadium.
Multimedia, long a tool used to various ends, is now helping to end mass atrocity crimes.