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May 1 - 7, 2016

Sunday, May 1

Application Deadline: Sports Product Management

The University of Oregon has partnered with the sports product industry's best to offer a first-of-its-kind Master's in Science, Sports Product Management in...

Art, Born of Fire! Exhibit

Join us in the Mills International Center to enjoy beautiful copper artwork by FireSmith Copper! Exhibit runs from April 13 through June 13, 2016. Visit...

Asian Pacific American Heritage Month Libraries Exhibit: Past, Present, Future

This display has been created by members of the Asian Pacific Islander Strategic Initiatives Group as part of University of Oregon’s Asian Pacific American...

Continuous Lattice: PSU-UO Exchange Exhibition

New Work by current Portland State University and University of Oregon MFA students Opening Reception: Friday, April 15, 6-8pm On view April 15–May 13,...

 UO Cricket Club vs Reserved for Rain-Out

Come cheer on the UO's Cricket Club team. Go Ducks! Please see detailed schedule here: http://blogs.uoregon.edu/cricket/2016/03/23/2016-t20-schedule/

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...

Olga Volchkova: The Nature of Religion

Trained as an icon painter and conservator, Russian artist Olga Volchkova uses her knowledge of Orthodox iconography and her love of botany to create...

Oregon - Where Past is Present

Discover Oregon’s deep history and the artistry and technologies of its first peoples. See the world’s oldest shoes – 10,000-year old sandals recovered from...

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. 2PM Talks cover a wide range of topics – from Oregon...

Stage Kiss

Art imitates Life. Life imitates Art. When two actors with a history are thrown together as romantic leads in a forgotten 1930s melodrama, they quickly lose...

Oregon Wind Ensemble

Rodney Dorsey, conductor. Tickets are available at the door or in advance from the UO Ticket Office, 541-346-4363.

Pacific Rim Gamelan | "May Day Gamelanfest: 21 Premieres!"

Robert Kyr, director. New music for Balinese gamelan with instruments from around the world--a sonic extravaganza!

Monday, May 2

Art, Born of Fire! Exhibit

Join us in the Mills International Center to enjoy beautiful copper artwork by FireSmith Copper! Exhibit runs from April 13 through June 13, 2016. Visit...

Asian Pacific American Heritage Month Libraries Exhibit: Past, Present, Future

This display has been created by members of the Asian Pacific Islander Strategic Initiatives Group as part of University of Oregon’s Asian Pacific American...

Cercle Francais- Weekly French Conversation Group

Cercle Francais is a free and friendly French conversation group that meets once per week. Come practice your French with some nice discussion, games and...

Continuous Lattice: PSU-UO Exchange Exhibition

New Work by current Portland State University and University of Oregon MFA students Opening Reception: Friday, April 15, 6-8pm On view April 15–May 13,...

Registration Deadline: Lundquist College Undergraduate Commencement Ceremony

Seniors: if you are planning to attend the Lundquist College of Business commencement ceremony, you will need to register on Marching Order between May 2 and...

Krause Gallery Exhibit: "Disparate Cultures"

BFA Thesis Exhibition in the LaVerne Krause Gallery Artists: Danielle Lopez Gabriel Bleuwater Chester Malinow

Geffen Mesher Office Hours

Are you an accounting student looking for intern and full-time opportunities? Heard of Geffen Mesher? Chat with Julie Brodell-Martin and a member of their...

Olga Volchkova: The Nature of Religion

Trained as an icon painter and conservator, Russian artist Olga Volchkova uses her knowledge of Orthodox iconography and her love of botany to create...

"Principles of Tsawalk: Indigenous Environmentalism in a World of Relationships"

In the the Nuu-chah-nulth language, Heshook-ish tsawalk means “everything is one”. We as humans are knit together in complex webs of relationship with other...

Penn Station [Lost] - Grand Central [Saved]

This Preservation Month event features Professor Leland Roth, presenting on "Penn Station [Lost] - Grand Central [Saved]" from his latest book, American...

IMPACT General Meetings

The Intercultural Mentoring Program Advancing Community Ties (IMPACT) at the University of Oregon is a retention program, connecting first year students with...

Roundtable & Panel Discussion Promoting Awareness of the Lived Experiences of Student & Faculty of Color in STEM

Join us for an enriching roundtable and panel discussion designed to give voice to the lived experiences of both faculty and students of color in STEM...

UO Economics Club Meeting

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...

Women, Wrenches, & Wheels Course - Women's Bike Maintenance

People who identify as female and are interested in honing their bike maintenance skills, expand their network of biking culture in Eugene, and feel...

Lecture by Rick Lowe: “Art And The Social Context”

Rick Lowe- “Art And The Social Context” Reception: 6:00 pm, hosted by Design Create Change, a new cluster of courses Lecture: 6:30 pm This lecture will...

Peasant Agroecology for Food Sovereignty and Mother Earth

Peasant Agroecology for Food Sovereignty and Mother Earth: Voices from the Via Campesina Movement La Via Campesina is an international social movement made...

Tuesday, May 3

Art, Born of Fire! Exhibit

Join us in the Mills International Center to enjoy beautiful copper artwork by FireSmith Copper! Exhibit runs from April 13 through June 13, 2016. Visit...

Asian Pacific American Heritage Month Libraries Exhibit: Past, Present, Future

This display has been created by members of the Asian Pacific Islander Strategic Initiatives Group as part of University of Oregon’s Asian Pacific American...

Continuous Lattice: PSU-UO Exchange Exhibition

New Work by current Portland State University and University of Oregon MFA students Opening Reception: Friday, April 15, 6-8pm On view April 15–May 13,...

International Business and Economics Club

IBEC offers students from all majors an opportunity to learn about and discuss topics relating to international business and economics through bi-weekly...

Asian Pacific American Student Union Kickoff

Join the Asian Pacific American Student Union throughout the day for student peformances to kickoff Asian Pacific American Heritage...

Krause Gallery Exhibit: "Disparate Cultures"

BFA Thesis Exhibition in the LaVerne Krause Gallery Artists: Danielle Lopez Gabriel Bleuwater Chester Malinow

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...

Olga Volchkova: The Nature of Religion

Trained as an icon painter and conservator, Russian artist Olga Volchkova uses her knowledge of Orthodox iconography and her love of botany to create...

Oregon - Where Past is Present

Discover Oregon’s deep history and the artistry and technologies of its first peoples. See the world’s oldest shoes – 10,000-year old sandals recovered from...

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.

Intramural Sports Kickball Tournament Deadline

Intramural Sports Kickball Tournament deadline is Tuesday, May 3, 2016 at noon. This is a 1-day tournament on Saturday, May 7 (12:30 PM start time) at...

The Ancient and The Modern: Customary and Civil Marriage and Family Law in Post-Colonial Gabon

African Studies Lecture Series Spring 2016: Sexuality in Africa Lecture led by Rachel Jean-Baptiste of the Department of History at University of...

2PM Talks at the Museum

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

Cuentos Para Dormir (Bedtime Stories): Sophia Sobko Lecture

The Department of Education Studies will welcome Sophia Sobko, an educator and activist, to campus on May 3 for a free lecture to bring awareness to the...

Between the World and the International: Thinking Rebellion in Palestine

Professor Samera Esmeir is a former lawyer and now an Associate Professor in the Department of Rhetoric at the University of California at Berkeley. She is...

Emerald Media Group: Focus Groups

The Emerald Media Group will be holding focus groups Tuesday, May 3rd at 5:00 for sophomores and 5:30 for juniors. The focus group will be centered on...

Women in Business Professional Meeting

WIB provides students, both male and female, with opportunities to learn about different fields of business and professional development while being a part...

Listening with Eyes, Ears, and Heart | A Gateway to Artistic Value in Unknown Places

A Talk by Rick Lowe This is a free event but tickets are limited so advance reservations are required. Rick Lowe is a Houston-based artist who has...

After the Iran Nuclear Deal : Global and Domestic Impact

Joe Cirincione, President of Ploughshares Fund, a global security foundation, will discuss the historic Iran Nuclear Deal and how this deal has blocked...

Behind The Lens Film Series - Wings of Desire

Behind the Lens films continue exploring the 1980s. This was the age of high-concept blockbusters with simple plots and lots of excitement. Accountants and...

Bean West Hall Government Meeting

Come plan events you want to attend, choose how we spend our hall money, and meet more people from the hall at Bean West Hall Governement every Tuesday...

Walton North Hall Government Meetings

Come plan events you want to attend, choose how we spend our hall money, and meet more people from the hall at Walton North Hall Governement every Tuesday...

Walton South Hall Government

Come plan events you want to attend, choose how we spend our hall money, and meet more people from the hall at Walton South Hall Governement every Tuesday...

Wednesday, May 4

Art, Born of Fire! Exhibit

Join us in the Mills International Center to enjoy beautiful copper artwork by FireSmith Copper! Exhibit runs from April 13 through June 13, 2016. Visit...

Asian Pacific American Heritage Month Libraries Exhibit: Past, Present, Future

This display has been created by members of the Asian Pacific Islander Strategic Initiatives Group as part of University of Oregon’s Asian Pacific American...

Continuous Lattice: PSU-UO Exchange Exhibition

New Work by current Portland State University and University of Oregon MFA students Opening Reception: Friday, April 15, 6-8pm On view April 15–May 13,...

Warsaw Center Guest Lecture: Corey Brenton

Corey Brenton, SVP, Premium Product Sales of LA Football Club, will speak at the UO on May 4 and 5. Time and location TBA.

The "Write Time"

Spring is upon us! With spring comes the desire to be outdoors and enjoy the sun. With so many distractions, it's difficult to sit down and write. Let the...

Krause Gallery Exhibit: "Disparate Cultures"

BFA Thesis Exhibition in the LaVerne Krause Gallery Artists: Danielle Lopez Gabriel Bleuwater Chester Malinow

PPPM Master's Defense: Emily Brown

The public is invited to attend Emily Brown’s master’s defense Wednesday, May 4, 10:00-11:00am Room 100 Hendricks Hall Title: Overcoming the Barriers to...

PwC Careers in Tax

Members of PwC's tax team will be available throughout the day on Wednesday, May 4, to help you learn more about careers in tax. See below for more details....

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...

Olga Volchkova: The Nature of Religion

Trained as an icon painter and conservator, Russian artist Olga Volchkova uses her knowledge of Orthodox iconography and her love of botany to create...

Oregon - Where Past is Present

Discover Oregon’s deep history and the artistry and technologies of its first peoples. See the world’s oldest shoes – 10,000-year old sandals recovered from...

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.

Watchdog: Raise The Bar Workshop

The Agora Journalism Center and Investigative Reporters and Editors are partnering to host an invitation-only workshop at the White Stag Block on May 4-5,...

2PM Talks at the Museum

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

Be Well Wednesdays

Are you feeling stressed or overwhelmed? Do you like free tea? Be Well Wednesdays is an interactive workshop offered weekly where you can learn to...

 An Overview of the History of the Special Collections at Peking University Library

Public talk by Dr. Boyue Yao regarding special collections in libraries in China.

International Women's Support Group

This drop-in group is a friendly and safe forum for international women to have conversations about their cultural identities, adjusting to life in the US,...

Food Photography Workshop

Join UO Social Media Club and Spoon University for a food photography event where students can learn to shoot and eat awesome dishes in any setting....

Spring 2016 Film Series: Challenges to Peace and Demilitarization in Central America and Mexico

Ayotzinapa: Crónica de un crimen de estado

“On Permanent Revolution: A Brief History, from 1793-1917.”

Professor Dan Edelstein of Stanford University will speak on his project about permanent revolution, which "focuses in particular on the transformation of...

7th Annual Career Conversations: Ducks in Tech (Portland)

Join us for a panel discussion with Ducks who are leaders in local technology companies. Get insider information about the growing technology sector in...

Environmental Connect 2016

Join us for the 3rd annual event that brings businesses, municipalities, nonprofits, and government agencies together to network with students who are...

Relax and Renew Spring Meditation Series

This six-week series will take place on Wednesdays, April 13-May 18, 2016. The series will be held from 5:30-6:30 p.m. in Lewis Lounge, fourth floor of...

Ethics and Entrepreneurship: Fred P. Thompson Lecture Series

Building a business requires that you make many decisions. Furthermore, entrepreneurs face ethical questions that are less likely to be encountered by an...

Flick and Feedback: Screening of American Revolutionary: The Evolution of Grace Lee Boggs

The Division of Equity and Inclusion and the UO Student Alumni Association invites you to join us for a screening of American Revolutionary: The Evolution of...

Ideas on Tap: May the Fourth Be With You - Star Wars and Society

The Museum of Natural and Cultural History and Claim 52 Brewing present Ideas on Tap, a conversation series held the first Wednesday of the month at Sprout!...

Department of Architecture Lecture Series: Arthur Gensler

"Art’s Principles" Talk by Art Gensler, FAIA, FIIDA, RIBA Hear from legendary architect and entrepreneur, Arthur Gensler, founder of Gensler, a firm...

Queer Productions: The Video Art of Zachary Drucker

In conjunction with the exhibition Relationship in the Artist Project Space, Zachary Drucker presents a selection of her works on video, including the...

Think.Play

Think.Play is a group of faculty, staff, students, and community members that facilitates dialogue and critical engagement with video games through play at...

AWSM Welcomes Cathy Henkel

Join the Association for Women in Sports Media as we chat with former Register Guard and Seattle Times reporter Cathy Henkel. Henkel is a pioneering woman in...

Habla Ya!  Weekly Spanish Conversation Group

Habla Ya! is a free and friendly Spanish conversation group that meets once per week at McMenamins Cafe on E. 19th Avenue. Please join us for conversation,...

International Tuba Day Celebration

The annual international celebration of all things "oom-pah" returns to the UO! Founded in 1979 and celebrated the world over, tuba enthusiasts will gather...

Public Lecture | Guy Sigsworth, Producer and Composer

“The Progression of Hearing” Beginning with a 1938 diatribe against popular music by Theodor Adorno (“On the Fetish-character in Music and the Regression of...

Kayak Pool Sessions

Practice your whitewater kayak skills before heading to the river! OP staff will offer informal instruction. Attend one, some, or all of the sessions. Sign...

Thursday, May 5

Art, Born of Fire! Exhibit

Join us in the Mills International Center to enjoy beautiful copper artwork by FireSmith Copper! Exhibit runs from April 13 through June 13, 2016. Visit...

Asian Pacific American Heritage Month Libraries Exhibit: Past, Present, Future

This display has been created by members of the Asian Pacific Islander Strategic Initiatives Group as part of University of Oregon’s Asian Pacific American...

Continuous Lattice: PSU-UO Exchange Exhibition

New Work by current Portland State University and University of Oregon MFA students Opening Reception: Friday, April 15, 6-8pm On view April 15–May 13,...

Warsaw Center Guest Lecture: Corey Brenton

Corey Brenton, SVP, Premium Product Sales of LA Football Club, will speak at the UO on May 4 and 5. Time and location TBA.

The Me'Am Loez in History and Literature

The Me'Am Loez is a rich encyclopedic work of the 18th century which can be mined for a enormous amount of information about the Sephardim of the...

The "Write Time"

Spring is upon us! With spring comes the desire to be outdoors and enjoy the sun. With so many distractions, it's difficult to sit down and write. Let the...

Watchdog: Raise The Bar Workshop

The Agora Journalism Center and Investigative Reporters and Editors are partnering to host an invitation-only workshop at the White Stag Block on May 4-5,...

Krause Gallery Exhibit: "Disparate Cultures"

BFA Thesis Exhibition in the LaVerne Krause Gallery Artists: Danielle Lopez Gabriel Bleuwater Chester Malinow

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...

Olga Volchkova: The Nature of Religion

Trained as an icon painter and conservator, Russian artist Olga Volchkova uses her knowledge of Orthodox iconography and her love of botany to create...

Oregon - Where Past is Present

Discover Oregon’s deep history and the artistry and technologies of its first peoples. See the world’s oldest shoes – 10,000-year old sandals recovered from...

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.

Lunch with Moss Adams

Jump start the recruiting process by connecting early with Moss Adams at our afternoon pizza social, at Pegasus Pizza near campus. This is a great...

Exhibition | optique

optique Peter Campus | Julia Oldham | Suzanne Opton May 5 ­– May 31, 2016 First Thursday Opening Reception | May 5, 2016 | 6:00 p.m.-8:00 p.m. White Box...

2PM Talks at the Museum

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

Developmental Biology Training Program Spring Symposium

Learn more about the Developmental Biology Training Program Spring Symposium: The Developmental Biology Training Program presents an exciting spring...

Shoshanna Johnson, Guest Speaker For Women Veterans Week

Shoshanna Johnson is the first African-American woman to be a Prisoner of War. She will be speaking about her experiences as a Female Veteran. Food is...

UO Jazz Combos

UO combos perform at The Jazz Station in downtown Eugene.

Bate-Papo Brasil, Weekly Portuguese Conversation Group

Bate-Papo is a free and friendly Portuguese conversation group that meets once per week at Espresso Roma Cafe on E. 13th Ave. Weekly Portuguese language...

Racial Dialogues

This is a drop-in weekly discussion group aimed at providing students of color a space to share and speak out about their experience navigating college life...

First Thursday Opening Reception | optique

optique Peter Campus | Julia Oldham | Suzanne Opton May 5 ­– May 31, 2016 First Thursday Opening Reception | May 5, 2016 | 6:00 p.m.-8:00 p.m. ...

Meet the Students - Beta Alpha Psi

Don't wait until fall term to start networking! Make sure to come to one of Beta Alpha Psi's biggest annual events: Meet the Students! Come by and introduce...

Net Impact Undergraduate Chapter Meeting

Net Impact is a nonprofit membership organization for students and professionals interested in using business skills in support of various social and...

MOST Club

The UO MOST Club is a weekly discussion group focused on healthy masculinity and understanding sexual violence. We will meet weekly on Thursday all term in...

Sephardic Literature & Folklore Series

Series of talks and one film on the literature and culture of Sephardic Jews--those who originate in the Iberian Peninsula. Prof. Monique Balbuena, Prof....

Spring Documentary Fest

Join us each Thursday at the Bijou for an informative documentary! April 14: Cartel land This Oscar nominated documentary is on-the-ground look at the...

Public Lecture Guy Sigsworth, Producer and Composer “Anxious Melody”

A defense of the idea of melody, and the belief that there are many melodic possibilities left to keep us intrigued and excited. This lecture will include...

Student Dance Concert

Featuring works by emerging artists expressing their artistry through movement. Audiences can expect to see a diverse set of dance works that range from the...

Ducks After Dark: The 5th Wave

UO Students! Bring your UO ID for free admission and snacks. Doors at 8:30pm, Film at 9pm Movie plot: Four waves of increasingly deadly alien attacks have...

Friday, May 6

Art, Born of Fire! Exhibit

Join us in the Mills International Center to enjoy beautiful copper artwork by FireSmith Copper! Exhibit runs from April 13 through June 13, 2016. Visit...

Asian Pacific American Heritage Month Libraries Exhibit: Past, Present, Future

This display has been created by members of the Asian Pacific Islander Strategic Initiatives Group as part of University of Oregon’s Asian Pacific American...

Continuous Lattice: PSU-UO Exchange Exhibition

New Work by current Portland State University and University of Oregon MFA students Opening Reception: Friday, April 15, 6-8pm On view April 15–May 13,...

Environmental Outdoor Photography Clinic

Learn about environmental photography techniques, styles, and careers. The next day, explore and capture photogenic areas in Oregon with your iPhone, point...

SOJC Commencement Student Speaker voting deadline

Calling all SOJC seniors: With less than two months to go until graduation, it's time we pick who will represent the class of 2016 on the commencement...

Krause Gallery Exhibit: "Disparate Cultures"

BFA Thesis Exhibition in the LaVerne Krause Gallery Artists: Danielle Lopez Gabriel Bleuwater Chester Malinow

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...

Free First Friday

The Museum of Natural and Cultural History offers free admission on the first Friday of the month. Explore 15,000 years of culture and 300 million years of...

Olga Volchkova: The Nature of Religion

Trained as an icon painter and conservator, Russian artist Olga Volchkova uses her knowledge of Orthodox iconography and her love of botany to create...

Oregon - Where Past is Present

Discover Oregon’s deep history and the artistry and technologies of its first peoples. See the world’s oldest shoes – 10,000-year old sandals recovered from...

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.

5th annual CSWS Northwest Women Writers Symposium, “Crossing Borders: Women’s Stories of Immigration, Migration, and Transition”

Will take place at locations on the University of Oregon campus and at the downtown Eugene Public Library starting Friday, May 6, 2016 and running through...

Documentary Film Premiere “Sad Happiness: Cinthya’s Transborder Journey,” with director Lynn Stephen, followed by Q&A

Opening event of the CSWS Northwest Women Writers Symposium: This documentary directed by Lynn Stephen, Distinguished Professor of CAS (Anthropology) and...

Exhibition | optique

optique Peter Campus | Julia Oldham | Suzanne Opton May 5 ­– May 31, 2016 First Thursday Opening Reception | May 5, 2016 | 6:00 p.m.-8:00 p.m. White Box...

FSL SVP Leadership Board

This is a closed meeting. The Fraternity and Sorority Life Sexual Violence Prevention Leadership Board meets weekly with the Director of Sexual Violence...

Oregon Executive MBA Lunchtime Info Session (Portland)

Find out more about the UO's Portland-based executive MBA program at an info event. REGISTER HERE: https://business.uoregon.edu/oemba/info-session See what...

Professional Development Series: Tips for Interviewing

The intended audience for this workshop is first and second year master’s students who are interested in learning how to prepare for behavioral interviews...

SOJC Research Presentation Series: Smutty Little Movies: The Creation and Regulation of Adult Video

Presentation by SOJC Assistant Professor Peter Alilunas Why did adult film move from theaters to VCRs? What were the consequences? How did things change?...

Demystifying: How to reach under-represented communities

Tracie Powell is the founder and editor of All Digitocracy, which focuses on technology, media and policy. She is currently a Knight Fellow at Stanford...

Faculty-GTF Reading Group: Between the World and Me

Join the Division of Undergraduate Studies and TEP this May to read and discuss Ta-Nehisi Coates’ National Book Award-winning meditation on race in America,...

“Crossing Borders: What It Means in the Life of a Child” a panel featuring author Reyna Grande in discussion of her memoir, “The Distance Between Us”

Opening day panel of the CSWS Northwest Women Writers Symposium, with keynote author Reyna Grande This panel will focus on the memoir The Distance Between...

2PM Talks at the Museum

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

Civil War Shark Tank

Civil War Shark Tank is a competition between University of Oregon and Oregon State University (OSU) undergraduate students in which individuals or teams...

Intramural Sports Swim Meet

Join us for the Intramural Sports Swim Meet on Friday, May 6, 2016. Register on-site at 3:30pm. Competition begins at 4pm. This event is Free.

“Fearless Journeys on the Edge: A Literary Conversation” with Ariel Gore & Chris Scofield, moderated by Valerie Brooks.

Opening day CSWS Northwest Women Writers Symposium This conversation features the writers Ariel Gore and Chris Scofield and is being moderated by writer...

2016 UO Art MFA Thesis Exhibition

May 6- May 29, 2016 Opening Reception: Friday, May 6 from 6-9pm Gallery Hours: Friday–Sunday, Noon–5:00 p.m. Disjecta Contemporary Art Center 8371 N...

Keynote Talk: Reyna Grande, “From Iguala to El Otro Lado: A young girl's journey to the American Dream”

Talk, Reading, Q&A, Booksigning 5th annual CSWS Northwest Women Writers Symposium, “Crossing Borders: Women’s Stories of Immigration, Migration, and...

48th Annual Mother's Day PowWow

This year's 48th Annual Mother's Day Powwow will be held at Mac Court! May 6th and 7th! Salmon Bake Sunday May 8th! More info TBA!! Hosted by the Native...

Friday Night Dance

Hello Dancers and welcome to our 2016 Spring season! Our first dance takes place Friday April 8th, and the season will continue through May 20th. Lessons...

Public Lecture: Guy Sigsworth, Producer and Composer “What Is a Record Producer?”

An exploration of the various roles and tasks of the producer. Guy Sigsworth will talk about his approach to production by tracing the journey and details of...

Stage Kiss

Art imitates Life. Life imitates Art. When two actors with a history are thrown together as romantic leads in a forgotten 1930s melodrama, they quickly lose...

Student Dance Concert

Featuring works by emerging artists expressing their artistry through movement. Audiences can expect to see a diverse set of dance works that range from the...

Saturday, May 7

Art, Born of Fire! Exhibit

Join us in the Mills International Center to enjoy beautiful copper artwork by FireSmith Copper! Exhibit runs from April 13 through June 13, 2016. Visit...

Asian Pacific American Heritage Month Libraries Exhibit: Past, Present, Future

This display has been created by members of the Asian Pacific Islander Strategic Initiatives Group as part of University of Oregon’s Asian Pacific American...

Continuous Lattice: PSU-UO Exchange Exhibition

New Work by current Portland State University and University of Oregon MFA students Opening Reception: Friday, April 15, 6-8pm On view April 15–May 13,...

5th annual CSWS Northwest Women Writers Symposium, “Crossing Borders: Women’s Stories of Immigration, Migration, and Transition”

Will take place at locations on the University of Oregon campus and at the downtown Eugene Public Library starting Friday, May 6, 2016 and running through...

Writers Panel Discussion with Q&A: 5th annual CSWS Northwest Women Writers Symposium “Crossing Borders: Women’s Stories of Immigration, Migration, and Transition”

On Saturday, the symposium will convene at the Downtown Eugene Public Library in the Bascom / Tykeson rooms with a panel of our featured writers on the theme...

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...

Olga Volchkova: The Nature of Religion

Trained as an icon painter and conservator, Russian artist Olga Volchkova uses her knowledge of Orthodox iconography and her love of botany to create...

Oregon - Where Past is Present

Discover Oregon’s deep history and the artistry and technologies of its first peoples. See the world’s oldest shoes – 10,000-year old sandals recovered from...

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.

2016 UO Art MFA Thesis Exhibition

May 6- May 29, 2016 Opening Reception: Friday, May 6 from 6-9pm Gallery Hours: Friday–Sunday, Noon–5:00 p.m. Disjecta Contemporary Art Center 8371 N...

48th Annual Mother's Day PowWow

This year's 48th Annual Mother's Day Powwow will be held at Mac Court! May 6th and 7th! Salmon Bake Sunday May 8th! More info TBA!! Hosted by the Native...

Exhibition | optique

optique Peter Campus | Julia Oldham | Suzanne Opton May 5 ­– May 31, 2016 First Thursday Opening Reception | May 5, 2016 | 6:00 p.m.-8:00 p.m. White Box...

UO Club Dance Team Spring Tryouts

Want to be part of the Club Dance team? Come tryout!

Willamette Valley Music Festival (WVMF)

Lineup announcements coming soon! Two stages/18 bands/UO Campus/FREE Come join us at the 46th annual Willamette Valley Music Fest! This student coordinated...

UO Cricket Club vs Red Devils

Come cheer on the UO's Cricket Club team. Go Ducks! Please see detailed schedule here: http://blogs.uoregon.edu/cricket/2016/03/23/2016-t20-schedule/

2PM Talks at the Museum

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

Master class | Timothy Higgins, Trombone

In advance of his concert later in the evening, Tim Higgins, principal trombone of the San Francisco Symphony, will give a free master class to UO trombone...

University of Oregon Faculty Showcase

Featuring Alexandre Dossin and Michael Seregow playing romantic solo piano works; the Brahms Trio in A Minor with Louis DeMartino (clarinet), Steven Pologe...

Reading & talk, with Q&A, by Ariel Gore, 5th annual CSWS Northwest Women Writers Symposium “Crossing Borders: Women’s Stories of Immigration, Migration, and Transition”

Ariel Gore is an exciting literary personality not to be missed. Novelist, memoirist, anthologist, journalist, teacher and adventurer, she is the editor &...

PageTurners Public Reading with Debra Gwartney

Join the University of Oregon's School of Journalism and Communication in collaboration with the Center for Study of Women in Society and their annual...

Pilipino Culture Night

UO Kultura Pilipina's annual Pilipino Culture night will showcase the Filipinio culture through food, dance, and song. UO students free (subject to...

Timothy Higgins, Trombone

A concert by Tim Higgins, principal trombone of the San Francisco Symphony. Timothy Higgins is the San Francisco Symphony’s principal trombone and holder of...

Stage Kiss

Art imitates Life. Life imitates Art. When two actors with a history are thrown together as romantic leads in a forgotten 1930s melodrama, they quickly lose...

Student Dance Concert

Featuring works by emerging artists expressing their artistry through movement. Audiences can expect to see a diverse set of dance works that range from the...

May 1 - 7, 2016