University of Oregon
02/19/2017 at 16:30. Facebook
Science Sunday: Why do you detect a bat or a butterfly in an inkblot when they were never there? Answer: Fractals.

Visions in famous inkblots are triggered by fractal patterns
University of Oregon
yesterday at 16:35. Facebook
The story of Mabel Byrd, Oregon's first African-American student. #blackhistorymonth

Byrd, Uncaged
University of Oregon
02/17/2017 at 23:28. Facebook
Friday afternoon rush hour. Happy weekend, Ducks!
University of Oregon
02/17/2017 at 17:36. Facebook
Duck fans show their Oregon pride around the world and close to home. How do you #ThrowYourO? Submit photos in a Facebook message with names and location.
University of Oregon
02/16/2017 at 01:10. Facebook
A $5 million gift from Steve Raymund, '78, Economics, will create the UO's first doctoral fellowship program.

Tech Data founder gives $5 million to boost ‘overall excellence’ |...
University of Oregon
02/15/2017 at 22:21. Facebook
January showers bring February flowers #signsofspring
University of Oregon
02/14/2017 at 16:23. Facebook
The Duck just wants to be your valentine.
University of Oregon
02/13/2017 at 21:31. Facebook
We're excited to welcome physicist Jayanth R. Banavar from the University of Maryland as our next provost and senior vice president.

Jayanth R. Banavar named provost and senior vice president
University of Oregon
02/12/2017 at 17:15. Facebook
NFL, JP Morgan, ESPN, NYSE, NBA, B of A: Second-year MBA students network and visit with power players on a whirlwind New York trip.

Live from New York
Legendary Nike designer Tinker Hatfield, '77, is one of eight preeminent designers profiled in "Abstract: The Art of Design."

The man behind the O featured in new Netflix series
Celebrating Black History Month: “Black history gives us examples of incredible ingenuity and creativity and the ability to imagine a future that is greater than the sum of our past.”

Black History Month
"Oregon, where dreams come true." When Bill Walton was in town to broadcast the Oregon-Arizona game, he stopped by the Outdoor Program, and gave it the Full Walton treatment.
With their landmark $500 million gift to the University of Oregon, Penny and Phil Knight were the nation's top donors in 2016, according to the The Chronicle of Philanthropy.

Penny and Phil Knight named top donors in higher education | Around the O
What was your favorite Super Bowl commercial? Two UO faculty members will grade the Super Bowl ads in a Quack Chats pub talk at 6 p.m. Wednesday, Falling Sky Pizzeria in the EMU.

Quack Chats speakers to tackle Super Bowl ads
Science Sunday: A lab mystery involving a mutant protein is solved — 17 years after the fact.

Never-give-up attitude pays off for research in UO lab | Around the O
"Taylor describes himself as a type of thinker who jumps across disciplines to solve problems. In addition to his credentials as a physicist, he is a painter and photographer with an advanced art degree."
UO physicist Richard Taylor is profiled in The Atlantic

Why Fractals Are So Soothing
The "Living Abroad in Your Skin" panel is now live with students sharing their study abroad stories.
Ta-Nehisi Coates' book "Between the World and Me" was our Common Reading program book this year. Tonight, you can see Coates deliver the 2017 Ruhl Lecture, "A Deeper Black: Race in America," at Matthew Knight Arena at 6 p.m. Tickets are sold out but any unused tickets will be released at 5:30 p.m., or you can watch the live stream in 156 Straub.
“Oregon Today: A Dynamic University,” a video from 1980 featuring undergrad Dawna Rose extolling the virtues of running. “You just set a comfortable pace and watch the scenery go by.” Some things never change. See complete feature at [ Link ]