What does it mean to #ThrowYourO? It’s how you make your mark on the world. It’s how you find your passions. When you’re a Duck, it’s what you do the rest of your life. We invite Ducks everywhere to show us how they throw their O.
Three UO students traveled to Mexico City last spring to explore how indigenous peoples have passed along their history for more than five centuries through traditions like the Danza de la Pluma—the Dance of the Feather—ceremony.
High-achieving graduate and undergraduate students with financial need who are studying education and intend to teach in public schools can be awarded up to $10,000 through the new R.H. and Jane Logan Scholarship program.
One of our goals in the coming years is to redouble our commitment to providing a world-class education to every qualified Oregonian who wants one. Another goal: to catalyze a new era of creativity and discovery by attracting the best and most diverse minds—students and faculty—from around the world. And surpass even our own high expectations to become one of the preeminent research institutions, not just in the United States, but anywhere.
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