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Monday, April 12

Explore Oregon Virtual Exhibit

Experience the dynamic forces that shape Oregon’s landscapes and ecosystems, in the Museum of Natural and Cultural History's new virtual exhibit. You’ll meet...

Photo of a small sculpture in the shape of a figure holding a metal pot. The figure is completely blue and wearing a white dress. They are looking down into the pot they are holding. The pot's surface is reflective. In the reflection of the pot, a face is staring back at the figure. The face is blue and white.⠀

Every year, the JSMA partners with the University of Oregon’s Common Reading—campuswide programming around a shared book and its themes—to organize a Common...

Flight of the Hindemith Marbled Murrelet

The JSMA and Eugene Symphony Association celebrate an innovative collaboration with four Oregon visual artists in response to Paul Hindemith (1895-1963)’s...

Nkame: A Retrospective of Cuban Printmaker Belkis Ayón

The Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art is pleased to host Nkame, a solo exhibition dedicated to the work of the late Cuban printmaker Belkis Ayón (1967-1999)....

Oregon Athletics Marketing - Fan Experience Internship

The Oregon Athletics Department invites applicants for the position of Fan Experience Intern. This internship will provide a practical, hands-on experience...

image of art: cartoon like person with light in their mouth

Artist Statement: Pea Baby is a series of illustrations telling the tale of Angela, who happens to swallow a holy pea. This pea has chosen Angela, much like...

image of print: possum with junk on its back

This exhibition manifests the Printmaking area in the College of Design, exhibiting works by undergraduate students Lily Cronn, Benjamin Gregg, Laneate Vang,...

"Bone to Hide"

New work by Lindy McCool *Note: Due to COVID-19 restrictions, UO ID cards or building access codes are required to gain entry to these exhibitions.*

"DISTORTED NORMAL"

New work by Kayla Lockwood *Note: Due to COVID-19 restrictions, UO ID cards or building access codes are required to gain entry to these exhibitions.*

"Desire Spelunking"

Cavernous hollows—cathedral domes of irreverence—with markings to guide the way through playthings, chain and vinyl, mirrors and fountains. Wet and slippery...

Virtual Peer Wellness Chit Chats

If you are craving social connection and want to chat with a friendly peer, check out Peer Wellness Chit Chats. Our Peer Wellness Advocates are volunteers...

Musicking Workshop: “Diversity in Early Music Pedagogy”

In response to the growing need for pedagogical and methodological reform in music history, Dr. Ayana Smith at Indiana University founded the Creating Real...

Startup Resources Open Hours

Join us every Monday during spring term from 10:00 a.m.–12:00 p.m. to learn more about the entrepreneurial resources available to UO students interested in...

Spring into your career, April 8 or 12, 11 am

This workshop is designed to help both UO & OSU students prepare for the Oregon Spring Career fair by showing the ins and outs of building your schedule,...

Anthropology Colloquia Series: The maternal-infant dyad in context: A systems-level approach to understanding parental investment, human milk composition, and microbiome

The Department of Anthropology is pleased to announce our Spring 2021 Colloquia series consisting of several guest speakers and professional development...

Intramural Softball League Registration Deadline

If you are interested in playing intramural softball make sure to purchase an intramural membership and register your team by Monday, April 12 at noon. ...

Studying in Math and Sciences

Math and science courses can be challenging, but there are many paths to success! Tune in for some helpful ways to approach and learn the material. Join us...

Musicking Intermezzo Lecture-Concert: “Women Singing in Colonial Mexico”

“Women Singing in Colonial Mexico” is a lecture-demonstration that features treble vocal music from colonial New Spain. Vocalists in the United States often...

An open discussion on supporting sex posotive experiences through conversation and self-refelction. Sessions will focus on how being raised in your specific gender has influenced your perspectives and your individual relationships.

Sex Cafe is meant to give people a space to discuss the impact of gender and sexualization on relationships. This workshop wants to make available a space...

Bi and Beyond Subgroup

The Bi and Beyond subgroup is for bi+, and questioning students to find community, resources, and explore questions and topics relating to our intersecting...

Sgt. Davis

FREE PEPPER SPRAY for attendees - instructions to pick up will be given at the end of class! UOPD Sgt. Davis is hosting an April Self-Defense/Pepper Spray...

pair of children looking through window opening

Eugene History Pub presents Jeff Sanders at this upcoming talk, “Bulldozer in the Playground.” Jeffrey C. Sanders is an associate professor of history at...

Monday, April 12