Charles "Dusty" Miller, longtime director of the University of Oregon's Erb Memorial Union, passed away last weekend after complications from a fall. He was 65.
The University of Oregon has been awarded a $100,000 grant from the Freeman Foundation to award and administer Freeman Fellowships for undergraduate and graduate students conducting internships in East and Southeast Asia.
The UO Opera Ensemble, a resident company of the University of Oregon School of Music and Dance, has won second place in the National Opera Association’s annual Collegiate Opera Scenes Competition, Division II, for performers age 23 and older.
Kathryn Lynch, an environmental anthropologist and co-director of the University of Oregon's Environmental Leadership Program, has been named one of 10 Chevrolet GREEN Educator Award-winners from around the country for 2012.
The University of Oregon's Office of Equity and Inclusion will host three town hall meetings during the first week of winter term to gather input from across campus about an equity and inclusion action plan.
The Oregon Humanities Center’s “being human/human being” series continues in late January with two lectures by Dr. Ira Byock, director of palliative medicine at Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center in New Hampshire.
University of Oregon professors Yong Zhao of the College of Education and Helen Neville of the Psychology Department are among 168 scholars recognized today for moving ideas "from the pages of academic journals into the national conversation."