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Thursday, August 6

Call for Band

Call for Band


We are looking for performers for the upcoming school year. You do not need to be a UO student. We welcome anyone and everyone. Don't be shy and don't wait...

Faculty Perspective- COVID-19 Track

Our communities have been shaken by the current worldwide COVID-19 pandemic. Engage with world-renowned UO researchers to explore the impact of COVID-19 on...

Alumni Art Exhibit: Effervescence by Grace Horner

Visual Arts team is excited to offer our First Art Exhibit of the 2020-21 school year. Effervescence by Grace Horner Recent class of 2020 Graduated in Cinema...

Racing to Change: Oregon's Civil Rights Years—The Eugene Story

Racing to Change chronicles the civil rights movement in Eugene, Oregon, during the 1960s and 1970s—a time of great upheaval, conflict, and celebration as...

Faculty Perspective- Anti-Racism Track

If anything is certain in these very uncertain times, it’s that racism exists in our society. How can we acknowledge our past and present of power...

Professor Howie Arnett will provide an overview and analysis of the case, and how it may impact American Indian Law.

In 1996, Jimcy McGirt was convicted in Oklahoma state court. On appeal, McGirt argued that Oklahoma had no jurisdiction over the case because, under the...

Faculty Perspective- The Environment & Climate Change Track

Making sustainability part of everyday practice is one of the first steps toward protecting our environment and our future. Learn how environmental leaders...

Faculty Perspective- Engaged Humanities Track

Artistic and cultural expression allows us to understand our world and imagine other worlds. Engage with writers, artists, performers, and scholars working...

Faculty Perspective- Innovation & Entrepreneurship Track

Study start-ups and business models to generate bold answers for some of society's hardest questions.

Thursday, August 6