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Wednesday, April 12

Bowls Around Town: Eugene, OR

Borrow a bowl, cook a dish, share a story! Past and Presents, The Museum Store, is delighted to host the Bowls Around Town project. Here’s how it works:...

Explore Oregon Exhibit

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

HUNGRY PLANET: What the World Eats

You’ll never look at your dinner table the same way again. Gain a global perspective on food through Hungry Planet, a new exhibit based on Peter Menzel and...

Hayden Gallery Exhibit: "Color, A Magic Power"

View selected plates from Josef Albers' Interaction of Color, held by the University of Oregon's Architecture and Allied Arts Library and in support of the...

Many Nations-- Oregon Tribal Flags

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

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

Volunteer Opportunity with Centro Latino Americano

Centro Latino Americano is looking for volunteers who are interested in becoming Community Navigators. These are community members who receive specialized...

Willamalane Interview Resume Submission Deadline

Location: Career Center - Hendricks Hall Deadline to submit resume for interview consideration: 4/12/17 Interview Date: 4/14/17 General Statement Of Duties:...

Krause Gallery Exhibit: MR 5

In their first of 3 exhibitions together as a cohort, the 2019 MFA class explores methods and notions of artistic production through a pseudo-industrial...

3250 Display

One in five women and one in sixteen men experience sexual violence while in college. If we look at these ratios at the University of Oregon, that means...

Hungry Planet: What the World Eats 

An Exhibit from the Bell Museum of Natural History Gain a global perspective on food. Through spectacular photographs and thought-provoking narrative,...

Career Growth and Decoding the State of Oregon's Classification System

This workshop will focus on identifying a career track in state government. We will cover how to identify what minimum qualifications are, how to grow a...

Unparalleled Sports Product Exhibition

The cutting edge of Sports Products from the vantage point of University of Oregon Product Design Students. This exhibition in the White Box includes works...

2PM Walk & Talk at the Museum

Enhance your visit to the Museum of Natural and Cultural History with a talk and exhibit tour! Perfect for solo visitors, couples, or small groups, 2PM Walk...

Be Well Wednesdays

Join us for Be Well Wednesdays—a weekly interactive workshop. Learn to identify and reduce your own stress through relaxation and stress management...

Career Center Drop-In Advising

Drop by the Career Center for a 15-minute chat with an Advisor! * The Career Center's drop-in hours may be sporadically affected or unavailable due to...

“She Was a Prostitute”:  Trace, Race, and Place in Milwaukee’s Sexual Assault Adjudication

Professor Sameena Mulla demonstrates the complicated ways in which attorneys participating in sexual assault adjudication depend upon both the presence and...

Fei Mao - Distinguished Alumni Speakers Program

Fei Mao, Chemistry PhD alum, comes to discuss non-academic careers with graduate students. He has started two companies: Biotum, Inc. and Magceutics, Inc.

MASTERCLASS | Susan Youens, Trotter Visiting Professor

The musicologist Susan Youens is widely regarded as one of the world’s foremost authorities on German song, and the music of Franz Schubert and Hugo Wolf....

Kent Rush: Artist’s Talk

Rush discusses his process of experimentation and how his art operates at the intersection of printmaking and photography. The artist, a professor at The...

 Warsaw Sports Business Club Presents: Neeta Sreekanth (ESPN)

Join the Warsaw Sports Business Club on Wednesday, April 12 at 6:00 p.m. to hear from the Neeta Sreekanth of ESPN. She is currently a segment producer...

BOTA Welcomes David Bong (Avant Assessment)

The Business Operations and Technology Association is pleased to welcome guest speaker David Bong, co-founder and CEO of Avant Assessment. He will speak...

Connect The Ducks Game Night: BINGO

Tonight's game is BINGO!!!! Not sure how to play, we will teach you! Come play BINGO, eat snacks, win prizes and connect with other ducks. Connect the...

Excavations at Rimrock Draw: New Directions for an Ancient Site

An archaeology talk with Pat O'Grady The 2016 field season at Rimrock Draw Rockshelter led to remarkable new insights into the geology of the site and the...

Quack Chats: ‘A’ is for astronaut - How Neil Armstrong helps us understand speech

When Neil Armstrong stepped onto the moon in 1969, the world heard him proudly proclaim “That’s one small step for man, one giant leap for mankind.” But the...

Connective Conversations Lecture | Diana Nawi

Oregon College of Art and Craft is pleased to present Diana Nawi of Pérez Art Museum Miami (PAMM) as the speaker in the 2017 Curator and Critic Tours and...

Schnitzer Cinema: Same Streets, Different Worlds

Same Streets, Different Worlds featuring a Skype Q&A with Jem Cohen Two short films by the great street cinematographer Jem Cohen, NYC Weights and Measures...

Teach for America Film Screening “All the Difference”

Join Teach for America for a short info session, film screening and discussion about "All the Difference." Pizza/drinks provided! RSVP Here:...

Wednesday, April 12