News Archive prior to Feb. 2015
EUGENE, Ore. — (Jan. 28, 2009) — A new study reports that charcoal left by wildfires in sediments of 35 North American lake beds don't provide ready support for the theory that comets exploding over the continent 12,900 years ago sparked a cooling period known as the Younger Dryas.
EUGENE, Ore. -- (Jan. 26, 2009) - A special edition of the journal DesignIntelligence recognized the University of Oregon's department of architecture for its commitment to teaching sustainable design. The publication ranks the country's top architecture and design schools each year.
EUGENE, Ore. -- (Jan. 23, 2009) -- There is a theory that tucked away
on the shelves of the nation's universities are the technologies of
tomorrow. These are the ideas and research for new products, but they
EUGENE, Ore. -- (Jan. 23, 2009) - The period between 1802 and 1861
was a time of exploration and settlement in the Pacific Northwest,
specifically in the area that would become Oregon in 1859. An
exhibition of rare maps from this time period will be displayed through
EUGENE, Ore. -- (Jan. 23, 2009) - The University of Oregon Museum of Natural and Cultural History will host a Winter Family Fun Day on Saturday, Feb. 7, from 1 to 4 p.m.
By Kaya Hardin, summer intern
EUGENE, Ore. -- (Jan. 12, 2009) – The University of Oregon is committing approximately $340,000 to help 2,900 students who recently learned their Oregon Opportunity Grant funding will be cut for the remainder of the academic year.
EUGENE, Ore. -- (Jan. 12, 2009) – In a partnership between the University of Oregon Department of Public Safety (UODPS) and Eugene Police Department (EPD), Traffic Safety Day will help drivers, bikers, walkers and skateboarders learn how to better share the road.
EUGENE, Ore. -- (Jan. 9, 2009) - Three University of Oregon professors have been awarded the 2008-09 Fulbright Scholar grant. In addition, the university welcomes two visiting scholars for the academic year.
EUGENE, Ore. -- (Jan. 9, 2009) -- The University of Oregon expanded the pipeline for new Oregon businesses this week by awarding six grants totaling $191,849 to help six promising innovations make the first critical steps toward commercialization.