As the world watches the unfolding Ebola crisis with increasing concern, the UO also is assessing programs that send students to West Africa to study. Decisions on whether to continue those programs are being made with the safety of students and faculty as the first priority.
Along with the rest of the nation, the UO is taking time to embrace Hispanic culture and contributions this week as part of the nationwide Hispanic Heritage Month observance. A daylong campus celebration takes place this Sunday, Oct. 12, in and around Gerlinger Hall with soccer, music and dancing.
But the month is about more than festivities. It’s also a time to reflect on the many ways that Hispanic culture has broadened and enriched the American experience, as well as an opportunity to renew our commitment to inclusion and multiculturalism.
We’re excited about our 2014 class of freshmen. They’re smart, diverse and come from all over the globe. They are so ready to be Ducks, so ready to soak up all that the college experience offers at the University of Oregon. We’ve picked some of them to profile, starting with an outstanding group of Stamps Leadership Scholars. We’ll be adding more profiles during the fall term, so be sure to check back often.
A look into natural law; how a renovation with blend the old EMU with the new; entrepreneurial Ducks and their successful products; debunking 5 athletic myths
The University of Oregon's 2013-2014 academic year came to a close with commencement on June 16. The UO would like to congratulate its phenomenal faculty, staff and students for once again earning many outstanding honors and awards. Read the list of notable awards listed below.
The University of Oregon’s Class of 2014 celebrated its graduation on Monday, starting with the traditional Duck Walk through the heart of campus.
Check back here throughout the day for photos, videos and a sampling of your commencement-related social posts tagged #UOGrad.
Kesey collected; remembering Steve Prefontaine; hoop dreams; Mr. Oregon; the best burger on campus
AroundtheO is running profiles of several of the employees who graciously volunteer their time to serve on the University Senate or a committee on campus.
Mountaineer Luther Jerstad's summit of Everest; Analyzing elephant bones; Mount Pisgah's restoration; Campus's newly constructed facilities; Maximum-security classrooms