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Wednesday, December 12

Enjoy Winter Break!

Winter Classes begin January 7, 2019

Job Shadow Program Site Visits

Take this opportunity to visit a business professional at their place of work for a day. Sign up to participate in the Job Shadow Program by October 14,...

Matthew Picton: Cultural Mapping

To call Mathew Picton’s sculptural works “maps,” is both accurate and a misnomer. His three-dimensional aerial cartographies are each based in a particular...

Paper Weight: Works in Paper by Elsa Mora

Paper Weight is Elsa Mora’s latest exhibition of painstaking works made solely of paper and glue. Mora’s 2D and 3D pieces, presented in this exhibition, are...

Reframing the Fragments: The Best We Could Do

Common Reading at UO is a year of conversation around a shared book. For 2018, all first-year students will receive The Best We Could Do, an illustrated...

Share Your Thoughts About Sexual Health on Campus

Are you interested in the sexual health of our campus community? We want to hear from you! The University Health Center and the School of Journalism and...

Write Time: Don’t have a campus office or a quiet place to write? Come join other students who have writing goals and deadlines

"Write Time" occurs Tuesday 8:30-11 and Wednesday 8:30-12 in the Graduate Student Center in Susan Campbell Hall, so that graduate students with writing...

Winter Wednesdays

This holiday season, shop local and make a difference with your holiday shopping! Each purchase at Past and Presents, the museum store, directly supports...

2 p.m. Walk & Talk at the Museum

Tuesdays through Sundays at 2:00 p.m. Enhance your visit to the Museum of Natural and Cultural History with a talk and exhibit tour! Perfect for solo...

Master of Accounting Webinar

Considering a career in accounting? Join the University of Oregon’s Lundquist College of Business for an upcoming webinar to learn how a Master of Accounting...

Quack Chats Pub Talk “The ‘Hole’ Story of Cardiovascular Physiology & Medicine”

University of Oregon human physiologist Andrew Lovering gives a free pub talk on “The ‘Hole’ Story of Cardiovascular Physiology and Medicine.” The talk will...

Mark O'Connor and Friends - An Appalachian Christmas

|ON SALE AT THE UO TICKET OFFICE IN THE EMU| featuring Brandy Clark

NATGEO: View From Above

|ON SALE AT THE UO TICKET OFFICE IN THE EMU| Terry Virts, NASA Astronaut Sometimes, a little distance is all you need to see things in a brand new way. For...

Wednesday, December 12