News Archive prior to Feb. 2015

UO honors James Hamrick with 2009 McMath Award for preservation achievements

EUGENE, Ore. -- (April 13, 2009) - Longtime leader and advocate for historic preservation, James Hamrick has been chosen to receive a new honor, the 2009 McMath Award. Hamrick served for 25 years in guiding and leading the state of Oregon's heritage conservation efforts.

Architecture with a social conscience

By Reed Kelley, Student Writer
School of Architecture and Allied Arts

UO professor and student win Civic Engagement awards

EUGENE, Ore. -- (April 8, 2009) -A University of Oregon professor from the School of Architecture and Allied Arts and a student have been selected as Civic Engagement Award-Engagement in Sustainability winners.

University of Oregon's new dean of students will begin in May

EUGENE,
Ore. -- (April 7, 2009) - Paul Shang will join the University of Oregon as

UO to present 2009 Margaret Mead Film and Video Festival

EUGENE,
Ore. -- (March 31, 2009) - The Margaret Mead Film & Video Festival, the
longest-running showcase for international documentaries in the United States, will
be screened in April at the University of Oregon. The festival will kick

International UNESCO Chairs travel to Eugene for first U.S. meeting

EUGENE,
Ore. -- (March 30, 2009) -- The University of Oregon's Center for Intercultural
Dialogue will host the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural
Organization (UNESCO) Chairs from the Intercultural Dialogue Program in the

Six UO, LCC sustainability projects get seed grants

EUGENE, Ore. -- (March 30, 2009) -- Six projects from the University of Oregon and Lane Community College have won grants for 2009 from the Meyer Fund for a Sustainable Environment.

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