Inside Oregon

June 8th, 2009

Frohnmayer farewell set for Tuesday

photo_frohnmayerAs Dave Frohnmayer prepares to retire after serving as president of the University of Oregon for 15 years, faculty, staff and students will

Pauline Austin passes away

austin_pauline_0145Pauline Austin, long-time University of Oregon director of media relations, died of heart failure on Sunday, May 31. She was

Alumni center design takes shape

alumni1When visitors – whether prospective students or community members – come to campus for the first time, where

Riverfront Research Park moves forward with expansion plans

At the June meeting of the State Board of Higher Education, the University of Oregon received approval to enter into a long-term lease agreement and

2009-2010 Oregon Community Credit Union Research Fellowships Announced

The Office of the Vice President for Research and Oregon Community Credit Union are pleased to announce the

Professors use social media in the classroom

“My views are just one perspective. Their voices are just as valid to be heard as mine. By the end of the term my voice is seen less and less,” said

2009 commencement will send off graduates, long-time leader

For the final time as president of the University of Oregon, Dave Frohnmayer will deliver the commencement address to more than 4,000 students during

Law professors lecture throughout Korea

koreaTwo law professors completed a two-week lecture tour in Korea during May. Svitlana Kravchenko and John Bonine spoke at

UO archaeologist to appear on OPB program ‘Time Team America’

julie-in-scotland A televised archaeological rollercoaster kicks off Wednesday night, July 8, by way of Oregon Public Broadcasting on national

Rothbart award 2009 Gold Medal for Life Achievement

maryrothbartMary K. Rothbart, professor emeritus of psychology, is the recipient of the 2009 Gold Medal for Life Achievement in

World Harmony Project highlights the UO cultural offerings

The University of Oregon has long served as the cultural and artistic hub of the region. Now, in an effort to unify the arts and reach out to

Romance Languages adopts Open Access mandate

The Department of Romance Languages has voted to adopt a

Oregon Quarterly summer issue available online

oqThe Summer 2009 issue of Oregon Quarterly is now available. This is the