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Friday, February 2

Winter Career Readiness Week (January 26–February 2)

Find daily ways to engage your career curiosity with workshops, local industry tours, alumni panels, casual career chats, the Career & Internship Expo (2/1),...

Genomics in Action

Join us in celebrating 10 years of Genomics in Action, an event that brings together industry and academic leaders to present and discuss bioinformatic...

Prompting with Purpose: Generative AI at Work

You’ve already heard that AI is reshaping the professional landscape. In this two-hour interactive workshop, you will learn how Generative AI tools are being...

Duck Nest Gentle Yoga

This event is open for all UO students who are interested in a beginner-friendly yoga class. This session is a slow flow with easy transitions and asanas...

People look at the Explore Oregon exhibits

Experience the dynamic forces that shape Oregon’s landscapes, climate, and ecosystems. Meet giant salmon, Ice Age sloths, and other amazing animals from...

Feather Pals

A student-to-student pen pal program to connect ducks throughout Winter Term. Students will complete a survey and be matched with a pen pal. All materials...

Front of MNCH with Mammoth

The Museum of Natural and Cultural History offers free admission on the first Friday of the month. Investigate Oregon's amazing fossils and ecosystems, and...

Oregon Where Past is Present exhibit

Delve into Oregon’s story, from the archaeology of the First Americans to the dynamic cultures of today’s Tribes. Combining interactive displays with...

Group of young women posing with white pickup and dogs

In the 1960s – 1990s, hundreds of young women who identified as lesbians came to Eugene. They founded organization's central to the city and provided...

Underwater Forests—Oregon's Kelp Ecosystems

Experience Oregon's dynamic—yet fragile—kelp forest ecosystems and learn why this species is vital to Oregon and the world. Discover the critters that call...

ROSE Room Open Hours

Do you enjoy recieving free resources and supporting places that provide free resources to the members of your community? Do you have home goods, school...

Charger, John Pearson, British, 1896. Copper, Diam: 15½ in. Margo Grant Walsh Twentieth Century Silver and Metalwork Collection, Gift of Margo Grant Walsh, Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art, University of Oregon, USA.

The First Metal: Arts & Crafts Copper is the first exhi­bition to focus on copper metalwork in the Arts and Crafts movement in the United Kingdom and the...

Two people sit side by side with knitting needles. One person is teaching the other. Green area below image says Freebie Friday 12pm-2PM every Friday, by the O Desk, @UOCraftCenter.

Gloomy winter weather is upon us. Light up your living space with a paper lantern! All materials provided. Freebie Fridays are free programming provided by...

Kuponya: Centering Black Healing

This space is for Black-identified** students, faculty members, and staff to engage in guided soulfulness mindfulness, African-centered healing strategies,...

Leadership and Storytelling

Join us for this “fireside” chat about the intersections of strategy and storytelling with UO Alum Juwan Wedderburn. "Juwan is not only a Duck, but also a...

There is an orange background with two gold colored stars in the top right and bottom left corners. White text on the very top says "Join us for SNAP & SNACKS" with a yellow arrow pointing down to the next text bubble saying "Every Friday on even weeks, 12-2pm, ASUO Suite (EMU 004)" The bottom right corner of the page has an image of a bag of potato chips and a can of orange soda sitting side by side. Next to these images include the following text: "Ask us about SNAP & Grab a SNACK!"

The Basic Needs Program is pleased to offer SNAP & SNACK! Ask us questions about SNAP, receive 1:1 application support, learn about additional food...

UO Practice Interview Day

*no registration needed! drop-ins welcome!* Real employers. Real conversations. Right here on campus. A practice interview helps you prepare for real-life...

Professional Cultures and Inequality in STEM - Seminar with Dr. Erin Cech

Dr. Erin Cech (Assoc. Prof. Sociology, Univ. Michigan) Feb. 2, 12:15pm Pacific 123 Professional Cultures and Inequality in STEM Can the culture of STEM...

Professional Cultures and Inequality in STEM : Dr. Erin Cech

Professional Cultures and Inequality in STEM : Dr. Erin Cech Associate Professor of Sociology University of Michigan Can the culture of STEM help...

Crafts & Conversation schedule

Join the Duck Nest for Crafts and Conversation! Each week will consist of a different craft activity with prompts to guide you. All craft experiences are...

Fridays @ Foo with Dr. Camille Ortiz, Assistant Professor in Voice

The Fridays @ Foo series is dedicated to showcasing members of the SOMD community, fostering an environment where everyone can discover and celebrate each...

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Meet with Counseling Services Gonzalo Camp, who specializes in working with LatinX and undocumented students, at the Center for Multicultural Academic...

Chemistry series poster

"Electron Hopping Through Metal-Organic Frameworks: Fundamental Insights and Applications" with Sascha Ott, Uppsala University, Department of...

Pixelated image of a duck holding a key in front of a lock. Text at top of image states "Quack the Code."

Quack the Code is a fifty-minute session hosted by the Tutoring and Academic Engagement Center that is designed to level up your learning. We will equip you...

 Information Session: Portland Internship Experience 2024

This information session is for students interested in applying for or learning more about the Portland Internship Experience. We will cover topics...

Meet the Greeks: Delving into the Divine 9

Intimate conversation about BGLO with current members and UO faculty & staff.

Franz Schubert Winterreise with Harry Baechtel and Chuck Dillard

Join Portland State University faculty, baritone Harry Baechtel and pianist Chuck Dillard, for a multimedia performance of Franz Schubert's late, tragic...

Friday, February 2