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December 8 - 14, 2016

Thursday, December 8

2017 SOSer Applications Open!

Apply to be on the Student Orientation Staff for 2017 IntroDUCKtion! Applications are due by February 1, 2017 at orientation.uoregon.edu/student-jobs.

Minoru Yasui, Japanese Internment, and the Fight for Social Justice/The Yasui Family of Hood River, Oregon

This exhibit explores Japanese internment during World War II, the career of Oregon Law graduate Minoru Yasui, and the importance of social justice lawyering...

Oregon BEST Fest Art Installations

Parametric modeling extends folding experiments by articulating geometric relationships, allowing an infinite number of design variations. As a demonstration...

Race, Homeownership and Wealth: The Story We're Not Telling in Portland

This meeting is by invitation-only. For many, the victory of the Yes for Affordable Homes campaign this week was a significant step in the right direction....

The Write Time

The “Write Time” combines gentle accountability and peer support in a (quiet) group setting. Whether you are wrangling a thesis, dissertation, article, or...

Tech Desk @ EMU

Get free tech support at the EMU! UO's Technology Service Desk has set up a temporary help desk under the EMU's grand staircase. Stop by for help...

Explore Oregon

300 million years of Northwest natural history. Go Deep. Explore the forces shaping Oregon’s landscapes and ecosystems. Discover the giant sabertooth salmon...

Many Nations—Oregon Tribal Flags

Oregon is home to nine independent tribal nations. Journey into the history and meanings of each nation’s flag.

Oregon—Where Past is Present

Delve into Oregon’s story, from the first Americans at Paisley Caves to the dynamic cultures of today’s tribes. This newly enhanced exhibit combines...

Paisley Caves and the First Americans

When did people first arrive in North America? How did they get here? Museum archaeologists found surprising answers to these questions at Oregon’s Paisley...

Restore Oregon — Reflections on Water

A project in partnership with the UO Environmental Leadership Program This collection of student photographs captures the beauty of the McKenzie River...

Strung Together — Beads, People, and History

From ancient artifacts to works by contemporary artists, discover a world of human stories behind the beauty of beads.

White Box Exhibit | An Inventory of Effects

White Box at University of Oregon in Portland is pleased to host a solo exhibition by Christopher Michlig. November 3 – December 10, 2016 Artist Talk...

Drop-In Career Advising

Open to all students! Drop-in advising is a great way to get quick questions answered such as "How do I find a job on campus," or "What should I expect at a...

2PM Talks at the Museum

The Museum of Natural and Cultural History offers exhibit talks Tuesdays through Sundays at 2:00 p.m. The talks cover a wide range of topics – from Oregon...

Our Bodies, Our Country, Our World

“This is your country, this is your world, this is your body and you must find some way to live within the all of it” ~ Ta-Nehisi Coates Sparked by this...

Korngold Violin Concerto

|ON SALE AT THE UO TICKET OFFICE IN THE EMU| Presented by Eugene Symphony Hear Mozart’s effervescent and whimsical Overture, then revel in the lush...

Friday, December 9

2017 SOSer Applications Open!

Apply to be on the Student Orientation Staff for 2017 IntroDUCKtion! Applications are due by February 1, 2017 at orientation.uoregon.edu/student-jobs.

Job Shadow Program: Dates for Fall Term Visits

Fall term 2016 Job Shadow Program participants will visit their host companies on one of four days: December 9, 12, 13 or 14.

Minoru Yasui, Japanese Internment, and the Fight for Social Justice/The Yasui Family of Hood River, Oregon

This exhibit explores Japanese internment during World War II, the career of Oregon Law graduate Minoru Yasui, and the importance of social justice lawyering...

Oregon BEST Fest Art Installations

Parametric modeling extends folding experiments by articulating geometric relationships, allowing an infinite number of design variations. As a demonstration...

Architecture Info Session

The Department of Architecture and Interior Architecture has informational meetings available for prospective undergraduate and graduate students each month...

Tech Desk @ EMU

Get free tech support at the EMU! UO's Technology Service Desk has set up a temporary help desk under the EMU's grand staircase. Stop by for help...

Little Wonders – Stories and Activities for Preschoolers

You and your child are invited to learn and play at the museum during our monthly Little Wonders event! This month’s theme is "Starry Night," with stories...

Explore Oregon

300 million years of Northwest natural history. Go Deep. Explore the forces shaping Oregon’s landscapes and ecosystems. Discover the giant sabertooth salmon...

Many Nations—Oregon Tribal Flags

Oregon is home to nine independent tribal nations. Journey into the history and meanings of each nation’s flag.

Oregon—Where Past is Present

Delve into Oregon’s story, from the first Americans at Paisley Caves to the dynamic cultures of today’s tribes. This newly enhanced exhibit combines...

Paisley Caves and the First Americans

When did people first arrive in North America? How did they get here? Museum archaeologists found surprising answers to these questions at Oregon’s Paisley...

Restore Oregon — Reflections on Water

A project in partnership with the UO Environmental Leadership Program This collection of student photographs captures the beauty of the McKenzie River...

Strung Together — Beads, People, and History

From ancient artifacts to works by contemporary artists, discover a world of human stories behind the beauty of beads.

Ugly Sweater Sweat-Off

Put on your ugly sweater and come play at the Rec! UO Faculty and Staff are invited to join us at this free event to participate in a variety of playful...

White Box Exhibit | An Inventory of Effects

White Box at University of Oregon in Portland is pleased to host a solo exhibition by Christopher Michlig. November 3 – December 10, 2016 Artist Talk...

2PM Talks at the Museum

The Museum of Natural and Cultural History offers exhibit talks Tuesdays through Sundays at 2:00 p.m. The talks cover a wide range of topics – from Oregon...

Accounting Research Workshop

Kimberly Kreig and Courtney Roth, Lundquist College of Business Accounting PhD students, will be presenting their papers as part of a series of workshops at...

Drop-In Career Advising

Open to all students! Drop-in advising is a great way to get quick questions answered such as "How do I find a job on campus," or "What should I expect at a...

Our Bodies, Our Country, Our World

“This is your country, this is your world, this is your body and you must find some way to live within the all of it” ~ Ta-Nehisi Coates Sparked by this...

The Book of Esther -- A Rock Gospel Ballet

|ON SALE AT THE UO TICKET OFFICE IN THE EMU| Presented by Ballet Fantastique Experience Ballet Fantastique’s daring dance theater collaboration with the...

A3 Fall Dance Concert

|ON SALE AT THE UO TICKET OFFICE IN THE EMU| The Academy for Arts and Academics presents the A3 Fall Dance Concert featuring work by Laura Black, Erinn...

Old Dominion

|ON SALE AT THE UO TICKET OFFICE IN THE EMU| Old Dominion is an American five-member country music band formed in Nashville, Tennessee. The band consists of...

Wild Child

|ON SALE AT THE UO TICKET OFFICE IN THE EMU| Wild Child is an American indie pop band from Austin, Texas, United States. The band consists of Kelsey Wilson...

Saturday, December 10

2017 SOSer Applications Open!

Apply to be on the Student Orientation Staff for 2017 IntroDUCKtion! Applications are due by February 1, 2017 at orientation.uoregon.edu/student-jobs.

Enjoy Winter Break!

Winter Classes Begin January 9, 2017

Minoru Yasui, Japanese Internment, and the Fight for Social Justice/The Yasui Family of Hood River, Oregon

This exhibit explores Japanese internment during World War II, the career of Oregon Law graduate Minoru Yasui, and the importance of social justice lawyering...

Oregon BEST Fest Art Installations

Parametric modeling extends folding experiments by articulating geometric relationships, allowing an infinite number of design variations. As a demonstration...

Women in Business Bay Area Site Visit

WIB will be traveling to the Bay Area for a site visit. We will be visiting companies in the area to gain insigt into different professions and career paths....

Explore Oregon

300 million years of Northwest natural history. Go Deep. Explore the forces shaping Oregon’s landscapes and ecosystems. Discover the giant sabertooth salmon...

Many Nations—Oregon Tribal Flags

Oregon is home to nine independent tribal nations. Journey into the history and meanings of each nation’s flag.

Oregon—Where Past is Present

Delve into Oregon’s story, from the first Americans at Paisley Caves to the dynamic cultures of today’s tribes. This newly enhanced exhibit combines...

Paisley Caves and the First Americans

When did people first arrive in North America? How did they get here? Museum archaeologists found surprising answers to these questions at Oregon’s Paisley...

Restore Oregon — Reflections on Water

A project in partnership with the UO Environmental Leadership Program This collection of student photographs captures the beauty of the McKenzie River...

Strung Together — Beads, People, and History

From ancient artifacts to works by contemporary artists, discover a world of human stories behind the beauty of beads.

White Box Exhibit | An Inventory of Effects

White Box at University of Oregon in Portland is pleased to host a solo exhibition by Christopher Michlig. November 3 – December 10, 2016 Artist Talk...

2PM Talks at the Museum

The Museum of Natural and Cultural History offers exhibit talks Tuesdays through Sundays at 2:00 p.m. The talks cover a wide range of topics – from Oregon...

Our Bodies, Our Country, Our World

“This is your country, this is your world, this is your body and you must find some way to live within the all of it” ~ Ta-Nehisi Coates Sparked by this...

The Book of Esther -- A Rock Gospel Ballet

|ON SALE AT THE UO TICKET OFFICE IN THE EMU| Presented by Ballet Fantastique Experience Ballet Fantastique’s daring dance theater collaboration with the...

A3 Fall Dance Concert

|ON SALE AT THE UO TICKET OFFICE IN THE EMU| The Academy for Arts and Academics presents the A3 Fall Dance Concert featuring work by Laura Black, Erinn...

World's Finest with Hillstomp

|ON SALE AT THE UO TICKET OFFICE IN THE EMU| World's Finest Creating what could best be described as Neo-Americana, World's Finest has bridged the gap...

Sunday, December 11

2017 SOSer Applications Open!

Apply to be on the Student Orientation Staff for 2017 IntroDUCKtion! Applications are due by February 1, 2017 at orientation.uoregon.edu/student-jobs.

Enjoy Winter Break!

Winter Classes Begin January 9, 2017

Minoru Yasui, Japanese Internment, and the Fight for Social Justice/The Yasui Family of Hood River, Oregon

This exhibit explores Japanese internment during World War II, the career of Oregon Law graduate Minoru Yasui, and the importance of social justice lawyering...

Oregon BEST Fest Art Installations

Parametric modeling extends folding experiments by articulating geometric relationships, allowing an infinite number of design variations. As a demonstration...

Explore Oregon

300 million years of Northwest natural history. Go Deep. Explore the forces shaping Oregon’s landscapes and ecosystems. Discover the giant sabertooth salmon...

Many Nations—Oregon Tribal Flags

Oregon is home to nine independent tribal nations. Journey into the history and meanings of each nation’s flag.

Oregon—Where Past is Present

Delve into Oregon’s story, from the first Americans at Paisley Caves to the dynamic cultures of today’s tribes. This newly enhanced exhibit combines...

Paisley Caves and the First Americans

When did people first arrive in North America? How did they get here? Museum archaeologists found surprising answers to these questions at Oregon’s Paisley...

Restore Oregon — Reflections on Water

A project in partnership with the UO Environmental Leadership Program This collection of student photographs captures the beauty of the McKenzie River...

Strung Together — Beads, People, and History

From ancient artifacts to works by contemporary artists, discover a world of human stories behind the beauty of beads.

2PM Talks at the Museum

The Museum of Natural and Cultural History offers exhibit talks Tuesdays through Sundays at 2:00 p.m. The talks cover a wide range of topics – from Oregon...

Our Bodies, Our Country, Our World

“This is your country, this is your world, this is your body and you must find some way to live within the all of it” ~ Ta-Nehisi Coates Sparked by this...

Amadeus -- The Film with Eugene Symphony

|ON SALE AT THE UO TICKET OFFICE IN THE EMU| Presented by Eugene Symphony Watch the Academy Award-winning film Amadeus, which details the life of...

The Book of Esther -- A Rock Gospel Ballet

|ON SALE AT THE UO TICKET OFFICE IN THE EMU| Presented by Ballet Fantastique Experience Ballet Fantastique’s daring dance theater collaboration with the...

Monday, December 12

2017 SOSer Applications Open!

Apply to be on the Student Orientation Staff for 2017 IntroDUCKtion! Applications are due by February 1, 2017 at orientation.uoregon.edu/student-jobs.

Enjoy Winter Break!

Winter Classes Begin January 9, 2017

Job Shadow Program: Dates for Fall Term Visits

Fall term 2016 Job Shadow Program participants will visit their host companies on one of four days: December 9, 12, 13 or 14.

Minoru Yasui, Japanese Internment, and the Fight for Social Justice/The Yasui Family of Hood River, Oregon

This exhibit explores Japanese internment during World War II, the career of Oregon Law graduate Minoru Yasui, and the importance of social justice lawyering...

Oregon BEST Fest Art Installations

Parametric modeling extends folding experiments by articulating geometric relationships, allowing an infinite number of design variations. As a demonstration...

Drop-In Career Advising

Open to all students! Drop-in advising is a great way to get quick questions answered such as "How do I find a job on campus," or "What should I expect at a...

Our Bodies, Our Country, Our World

“This is your country, this is your world, this is your body and you must find some way to live within the all of it” ~ Ta-Nehisi Coates Sparked by this...

University of Oregon Economics Club

The University of Oregon Economics Club is a student run organization with the goal of promoting the study of economics at the University of Oregon through...

Tuesday, December 13

2017 SOSer Applications Open!

Apply to be on the Student Orientation Staff for 2017 IntroDUCKtion! Applications are due by February 1, 2017 at orientation.uoregon.edu/student-jobs.

Enjoy Winter Break!

Winter Classes Begin January 9, 2017

Job Shadow Program: Dates for Fall Term Visits

Fall term 2016 Job Shadow Program participants will visit their host companies on one of four days: December 9, 12, 13 or 14.

Minoru Yasui, Japanese Internment, and the Fight for Social Justice/The Yasui Family of Hood River, Oregon

This exhibit explores Japanese internment during World War II, the career of Oregon Law graduate Minoru Yasui, and the importance of social justice lawyering...

Oregon BEST Fest Art Installations

Parametric modeling extends folding experiments by articulating geometric relationships, allowing an infinite number of design variations. As a demonstration...

Application Mistakes and How to Avoid Them (Webinar)

Back by popular demand. Don't fall victim to simple and fixable application mistakes. Join us to learn how to put your best foot forward in avoiding common...

Explore Oregon

300 million years of Northwest natural history. Go Deep. Explore the forces shaping Oregon’s landscapes and ecosystems. Discover the giant sabertooth salmon...

Many Nations—Oregon Tribal Flags

Oregon is home to nine independent tribal nations. Journey into the history and meanings of each nation’s flag.

Oregon—Where Past is Present

Delve into Oregon’s story, from the first Americans at Paisley Caves to the dynamic cultures of today’s tribes. This newly enhanced exhibit combines...

Paisley Caves and the First Americans

When did people first arrive in North America? How did they get here? Museum archaeologists found surprising answers to these questions at Oregon’s Paisley...

Restore Oregon — Reflections on Water

A project in partnership with the UO Environmental Leadership Program This collection of student photographs captures the beauty of the McKenzie River...

Strung Together — Beads, People, and History

From ancient artifacts to works by contemporary artists, discover a world of human stories behind the beauty of beads.

2PM Talks at the Museum

The Museum of Natural and Cultural History offers exhibit talks Tuesdays through Sundays at 2:00 p.m. The talks cover a wide range of topics – from Oregon...

Our Bodies, Our Country, Our World

“This is your country, this is your world, this is your body and you must find some way to live within the all of it” ~ Ta-Nehisi Coates Sparked by this...

Wednesday, December 14

2017 SOSer Applications Open!

Apply to be on the Student Orientation Staff for 2017 IntroDUCKtion! Applications are due by February 1, 2017 at orientation.uoregon.edu/student-jobs.

Enjoy Winter Break!

Winter Classes Begin January 9, 2017

Job Shadow Program: Dates for Fall Term Visits

Fall term 2016 Job Shadow Program participants will visit their host companies on one of four days: December 9, 12, 13 or 14.

Minoru Yasui, Japanese Internment, and the Fight for Social Justice/The Yasui Family of Hood River, Oregon

This exhibit explores Japanese internment during World War II, the career of Oregon Law graduate Minoru Yasui, and the importance of social justice lawyering...

Oregon BEST Fest Art Installations

Parametric modeling extends folding experiments by articulating geometric relationships, allowing an infinite number of design variations. As a demonstration...

The Write Time

The “Write Time” combines gentle accountability and peer support in a (quiet) group setting. Whether you are wrangling a thesis, dissertation, article, or...

Explore Oregon

300 million years of Northwest natural history. Go Deep. Explore the forces shaping Oregon’s landscapes and ecosystems. Discover the giant sabertooth salmon...

Many Nations—Oregon Tribal Flags

Oregon is home to nine independent tribal nations. Journey into the history and meanings of each nation’s flag.

New—Drop-in Hours for Graduate Students

Graduate Student Drop-In Hours at the Career Center are a place for you to ask questions and get access to help and resources. Graduate Student drop-in hours...

Oregon—Where Past is Present

Delve into Oregon’s story, from the first Americans at Paisley Caves to the dynamic cultures of today’s tribes. This newly enhanced exhibit combines...

Paisley Caves and the First Americans

When did people first arrive in North America? How did they get here? Museum archaeologists found surprising answers to these questions at Oregon’s Paisley...

Restore Oregon — Reflections on Water

A project in partnership with the UO Environmental Leadership Program This collection of student photographs captures the beauty of the McKenzie River...

Strung Together — Beads, People, and History

From ancient artifacts to works by contemporary artists, discover a world of human stories behind the beauty of beads.

Winter Wednesdays at the Museum Store

Make a difference with your holiday shopping! Your purchases at Past and Presents help support the museum’s education programs as well as the local artists...

2PM Talks at the Museum

The Museum of Natural and Cultural History offers exhibit talks Tuesdays through Sundays at 2:00 p.m. The talks cover a wide range of topics – from Oregon...

Our Bodies, Our Country, Our World

“This is your country, this is your world, this is your body and you must find some way to live within the all of it” ~ Ta-Nehisi Coates Sparked by this...

Financial Management Association Meeting

The Financial Management Association (FMA) is a national organization that is focused on bridging the gap between the classroom and the real world. Meetings...

December 8 - 14, 2016