News Archive prior to Feb. 2015

UO graduate programs continue to earn high marks in education, law

EUGENE, Ore. -- (April 23, 2009) -- The University of Oregon College of Education ranks number one among public institutions and fourth overall in the nation in the U.S. News & World Report's 2010 edition of America's Best Graduate Schools announced today.

UNESCO conference attendees to enjoy home stays for true Eugene experiences

EUGENE, Ore. -- (April 22, 2009) - The University of Oregon hopes to make impressions on international visitors with hometown hospitality when they visit the Eugene-Springfield area in May for a first-of-its kind conference in the United States.

Bestselling author to discuss his journey into America's history

EUGENE,
Ore. -- (April 22, 2009) - On a trip to Plymouth Rock, Tony Horwitz realized he

Animating Democracy director leads forum on arts, sustainability and civic issues

EUGENE,
Ore. -- (April 17, 2009) - For centuries, the arts have been used as an outlet,
to make a statement, or to reflect current events. Communities, schools and
cultural organizations are using the arts to create dialogue to address social
and civic issues.

UO names 1,401 students to winter term dean's list

EUGENE, Ore. -- (April 17, 2009) -- Each term the University of Oregon names its top students to the dean's list in recognition of their academic achievements. During the 2009 winter term, 1,401 UO students qualified for this honor.

UO Museum of Natural and Cultural History hosts Identification Day

EUGENE, Ore. -- (April 17, 2009) -- The University of Oregon Museum of Natural and Cultural History will host the 20th annual Identification Day on Saturday, May 9, from 1-4 p.m.

Speaker to discuss the increase in female suicide terrorists

EUGENE,
Ore. -- (April 15, 2009) - As Mia Bloom researched the evolution of suicide
terrorism, she discovered a distinct increase in the recruitment of women for
the act. She will talk about the

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