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UO Applied Information Management Program Launces New Blog
The Applied Information Management (AIM) Program is pleased to introduce its new blog, The Information Umbrella
. Written by AIM Academic Director and adjunct faculty member Kelly Brown, the blog focuses on current issues surrounding professionals in information management, information design, business management, and research in various industries. Click here
to visit the blog.
UO Alum, Rene James '86 MBA '92, Named New Intel President
UO graduate, Rene James '86 MBA '92, has just been named the new president of Intel. This is the highest position a woman has ever held in the company. She graduated from the University of Oregon with a bachelor's degree in 1986 and a master's degree in Business Administration in 1992. She has worked at Intel for 25 years, and will start her new position this month. Read more about James on busninessweek.com
, and venturebeat.com
Don’t miss these great opportunities to connect with other European Ducks this spring!
The Emerald ECOchallenge is a new community-wide initiative intended to spur one week of action celebrating and honoring the Earth. Join the UOAA staff and pledge to reduce your environmental footprint today!
UO Men's basketball beat UCLA claiming the Pac-12 Championship title and earning a berth in the NCAA Tournament. The No.12 seeded Ducks will face No. 5 Oklahoma State in San Jose on Thursday, March 21st.
The UOAA is excited to introduce two new employees to our team of fostering lifelong connections to the UO. Shannon Rose, our new Executive Assistant and Constituency Manager, and Adrienne Darrah, our new Director of Membership & Business Development, are diving in and learning the ropes about this great university and the importance of the UOAA.
"Walking Portland, Oregon" written by UO Alumna Sybilla Avery Cook
UO Alumna and Alumni Association member, Sybilla Avery Cook, releases a book Walking Portland, Oregon.
Portland is one of America's most walkable cities, and this book describes 22 walks that can be taken by the casual visitor. To learn more click here.
EMU's "Call to Artists: Pacific Northwest Art Annual"
Are you an artist that wants to leave your mark on the UO campus?
Over the past 40 years, the EMU has purchased many pieces on behalf of the U of O student body and as a highlight in the community we encourage you to submit your work and be a part of the 2013 Pacific Northwest Art Annual. Click here
for more information.
Oprah.com editors got their hands on advanced copy and heaped on the praise highlighting "The Missing Italian Girl", by B.C. Pope, retired U of O prof. on 'Compulsively Readable' list.
The Polar Plunge Eugene is a unique opportunity for individuals, organizations, and businesses to support Special Olympics Oregon athletes by jumping, walking or crawling into the icy Willamette River.
The Oregon Ducks football team celebrates their second straight BCS Bowl Game victory after defeating Kansas State in the Tostitos Fiesta Bowl, 35-17. Freshman quarterback Marcus Mariota was named offensive player of the game and senior linebacker Michael Clay was named defensive player of the game in Glendale, Arizona on Thursday night.
Show your Duck pride everywhere you go! By purchasing the official University of Oregon license plate, you will help fund UO academic scholarships.
The winner of the UOAA Chapter Bowl Travel Package is Piper Cox Kelley '02 from Colorado. She is a graduate of the College of Arts and Science and a UOAA Life Member.
The trophy for the 2012 Civil War Blood Drive goes to the University of Oregon Ducks!
Celebrate alumni diversity during Native American Heritage Month from Nov. 14 to Dec. 14.
Jenny Sink ’09
is in her second year as principle at Fairfield Elementary School in Eugene, OR. This is where The Duck Academy After School Program
is held on the second Wednesday of each month from 3-4:30 pm. Alumni can sign up to help students with homework and organize a variety of games for the kids to enjoy.
A vigil for Carlene Ho, beloved student, friend and UO Alumni Association employee, will take place at 8 p.m. Sunday September 23rd in Washburne Park in Eugene.
Join us in welcoming new UO President Michael Gottfredson and his wife Karol Gottfredson to the University of Oregon in Portland and Eugene.
The Center for Sustainable Materials Chemistry is taking its "science pub" outreach efforts across northeast Oregon, with center co-director David C. Johnson set to talk about nanotechnology in appearances Oct. 1-4, respectively, in Hood River, The Dalles, Pendleton and La Grande.
The Duck Card is the official card of true Duck fans and UO Alumni. Every purchase you make helps support various UO Alumni Association programs and services. Find out more!
Celebrate alumni diversity during Hispanic Heritage Month from Sept. 15 to Oct 15.
The State Board of Higher Education voted unanimously to appoint Michael R. Gottfredson as the new president of the University of Oregon, starting Aug. 1, 2012.
University of Oregon Ford Alumni Center wins an Interaction Award for 2012. While most university alumni centers are heritage repositories celebrating the past, the Ford Alumni Center equally cultivates the future. As the new front door to the university, this dynamic building welcomes all visitors and immerses them in the pioneering spirit that defines the University of Oregon, providing equal parts inspiration and information
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