News Archive prior to Feb. 2015

UO graduate student named Tillman Military Scholar

After five years of service and two combat tours to Afghanistan, graduate student Matthew McCallum enrolled in the University of

Lead gift to Ducks Softball launches new stadium project

The University of Oregon softball team enjoyed tremendous success on the field this season. And now, the Ducks will enjoy a brand new softball facility in the not-too-distant future.

Boost in science majors leads to latest new academic facility at UO

Plans detailed for new academic center named after former university leader Allan Price

University of Oregon to honor music alumnus Lynn Sjolund

The 1951 graduate will receive the 2014 Distinguished Alumnus Award at commencement

UO researchers use rhythmic brain activity to track memories in progress

EEG electrodes capture electrical oscillations as a remembered object is encoded and held in memory

Meeting notice of the Board of Trustees of the University of Oregon

EUGENE, Ore. – (June 4, 2014) – The Board of Trustees of the University of Oregon will meet on Thursday, June 12, and Friday, June 13.

UO commencement to celebrate graduates and families on June 16

EUGENE, Ore. -- (June 4, 2014) -- The University of Oregon will celebrate the graduates who are eligible to participate in commencement exercises on Monday, June 16.

Jill Strandquist ’89 Named Jeanne Johnson Alumni Service Award Winner by UOAA

EUGENE, Ore. – (May 30, 2014) –Jill Strandquist, a 1989 graduate of the College of Arts and Sciences at the University of Oregon, has been honored by the UO Alumni Association as the recipient of the Jeanne Johnson Alumni Service Award.

15th annual Oregon Quarterly essay contest winners to be read May 29

Winning writers receive cash prizes, and the winning essay is published in the summer issue of Oregon Quarterly.

UO museum invites visitors to 'Explore Oregon'

The University of Oregon's Museum of Natural and Cultural History (MNCH) is set to open "Explore Oregon" and welcome the public to the new 2,755-square-foot exhibition hall devoted to the state's natural history and geology.