Events

Feb 19
Oregon Athletics Marketing - Fan Experience Internship12:00 a.m.

The Oregon Athletics Department invites applicants for the position of Fan Experience Intern. This internship will provide a practical, hands-on experience in the area of...
February 19–March 20

The Oregon Athletics Department invites applicants for the position of Fan Experience Intern. This internship will provide a practical, hands-on experience in the area of marketing, promotions and attendance enhancement strategy, while pursuing a degree at the University of Oregon. This position will assist in the coordination and execution of all varsity sporting contests with primary objectives dedicated to increasing attendance, improving atmosphere, sponsorship fulfillment, revenue generation and branding. Successful candidates will work closely with full-time staff and other fan experience personnel to develop and execute initiatives that further enhance the fan and student-athlete experience of Oregon Athletics.

Please email resume and application packet to Alexis Malhado at amalhado@uoregon.edu no later than 5:00 p.m. on Friday, March 20. Application packets can be found at goducks.com/fanexperience.

Feb 19
Resistance as Power: A Curatorial Response to Under the Feet of Jesus12:00 a.m.

The JSMA’s fourth “Common Seeing” exhibition supports the UO’s 2019-20 “Common Reading” of Under the Feet of Jesus by Helena Maria...
September 7 2019–February 23 2020
Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art (JSMA)

The JSMA’s fourth “Common Seeing” exhibition supports the UO’s 2019-20 “Common Reading” of Under the Feet of Jesus by Helena Maria Viramontes. In the book, the resilient protagonist,13-year-old Estrella, works in the hot California grape fields while navigating the realities of first love, financial struggle, family separation, and illness. For more information about the “Common Reading,” including upcoming university events, visit commonreading.uoregon.edu. Two special loans from the Smithsonian American Art Museum (SAAM) by artists Emanuel Martinez and Domingo Ulloa anchor the exhibition. Martinez created Farm Workers’ Altar (1967) for the Catholic Mass held in Delano, California, at which labor activist César Chávez broke his twenty five-day fast in 1968. Ulloa, “The Father of Chicano Art,” painted Braceros (1960) after visiting a labor camp in Holtville, California. From 1942 through 1964, the U.S. government invited agricultural workers from Mexico for limited-duration assignments to relieve the worker shortage caused by World War II. Ulloa presented a sobering view of the reality of life for these braceros (from the Spanish for “one who works using his arms,” implying manual labor), who experienced poor working conditions, crowded living quarters, and other challenges while employed in the United States. These special loans provide historical and cultural touchstones for Viramontes’s 1995 novel and contemporary works from the JSMA’s permanent collection, including recent acquisitions by Ester Hernández, Victor Maldonado, and Lilliam Nieves.

 

Resistance as Power: A Curatorial Response to Under the Feet of Jesus is one in a series of American art exhibitions created through a multi-year, multi-institutional partnership formed by the Smithsonian American Art Museum as part of the Art Bridges + Terra Foundation Initiative.

Feb 19
UO Food Drive: Division of Equity and Inclusion Food Drive12:00 a.m.

DEI is looking for donations for this year's Food For Lane County-sponsored Governor's food drive, which runs from February 3 - February 29. Non-perishable canned and...
February 3–29
Oregon Hall, Center for Multicultural Academic Excellence room 135

DEI is looking for donations for this year's Food For Lane County-sponsored Governor's food drive, which runs from February 3 - February 29. Non-perishable canned and boxed goods can be brought to the Center for Multicultural Academic Excellence (CMAE) lobby. The barrel is located next to the front desk. Chocolate bars (milk and dark) from Woodblock Chocolate in Portland can be purchased for $5 each from the CMAE Center Coordinator, Matt Marcott (mmarcot7@uoregon.edu, 6-3347).

Online monetary donations can be made by visiting the DEI Hunger Force page at https://fundraise.foodforlanecounty.org/team/274656. Please join us and help reduce food insecurity around Lane County!         

Feb 19
Olympic Dreams12:00 a.m.

A shy cross-country skier, played by UO alumna and Olympic distance runner Alexi Pappas, MA '13, and a volunteer dentist form an unexpected bond at the Olympic Winter...
February 14–March 14
Broadway Metro

A shy cross-country skier, played by UO alumna and Olympic distance runner Alexi Pappas, MA '13, and a volunteer dentist form an unexpected bond at the Olympic Winter Games in this warm-hearted romantic comedy. Nick Kroll co-stars.

Feb 19
Graduate Student Writing Circles8:30 a.m.

Graduate Writing Circles help graduate students mark out time from their busy schedules for academic writing and, possibly, cross disciplinary collaboration. We provide a peer...
January 15–March 11
Lokey Education Building, 270

Graduate Writing Circles help graduate students mark out time from their busy schedules for academic writing and, possibly, cross disciplinary collaboration. We provide a peer support system for graduate students across all disciplines as they write for academic purposes and for publication.

Graduate writing circles aren't review groups. Instead, we use positive accountability to develop our own content, productive writing practices and to develop a supportive community of writers on campus.

Learn to set and meet your writing goals, while building relationships with colleagues from other disciplines. 

Come write with us!

For more information contact:

Douglas Imaralu

CoDaC GE

codacge@uoregon.edu

Feb 19
"In the Dragon’s Keep" - LaVerne Krause Gallery Exhibit10:00 a.m.

In the Dragon’s Keep features various artworks from Carousel — the Art & Technology BFA group. Through the closeness of artwork in a gallery with limited space,...
February 17–21
Lawrence Hall, LaVerne Krause Gallery, Room 101

In the Dragon’s Keep features various artworks from Carousel — the Art & Technology BFA group. Through the closeness of artwork in a gallery with limited space, the show references themes of collection and childhood. Artists, embracing the concept of accumulation, transform the gallery space into one that is unexpectedly full.

Feb 19
Black Diamond Summer Camps Job Info Table10:00 a.m.

Looking for a Summer Job this Summer? Check out Black Diamond Camps for a summer full of adventure and life-change! They have many different roles such as counselors, activity...
February 19 10:00 a.m.–2:00 p.m.
Erb Memorial Union (EMU), Main Lobby

Looking for a Summer Job this Summer? Check out Black Diamond Camps for a summer full of adventure and life-change! They have many different roles such as counselors, activity staff, Rainier campus staff, and many more!

 

About Black Diamond Summer Camps

Black Diamond Adventure Camps mission is to inspire Christ-like change through outdoor adventure, authentic relationships, and Biblical truth. Their vision is to fully utilize the resources God has given them, inspiring each individual to leave Black Diamond more Christ-like, ready to make a difference in their own life, home and community.

 

They hire roughly 100 summer staff to help them fulfill our mission and vision during the summer months (June-September) and then hire at least 10 Full-Time interns to help with our year-round retreat programs. Both positions are paid and have housing provided.

 

APPLY: https://blackdiamond.org/jobs-careers/

 

More info and contact:
Rachel Cargill - Recruiting Coordinator
rachel.cargill@blackdiamond.org
(253) 939 - 0488 ext. 724

Feb 19
Tomorrow's Scientists: Children's Literature of the Cold War Era10:00 a.m.

Drawing upon Special Collections and University Archives’ extensive Children’s Literature Collections, this exhibition presents original materials from twentieth...
November 11 2019–March 20 2020
Knight Library, Special Collections and University Archives, Paulson Reading Room, 2nd Floor North

Drawing upon Special Collections and University Archives’ extensive Children’s Literature Collections, this exhibition presents original materials from twentieth century children’s book illustrators, authors, and publishers that highlight the complex intersections between American politics and children’s literature during the Cold War era.

This exhibit documents a range of political issues represented in juvenile popular culture during this period including: science education initiatives in America, responses to the launch of Sputnik I, developments in nuclear energy, the history of the US space program, and Communism ideologies and reactions.

View the related joint exhibition currently on display at Eugene Public Library's Children Center.

Feb 19
Blake Little: Photographs from the Gay Rodeo11:00 a.m.

On view September 7, 2019 through February 20, 2020 Experience the grit and daring of North America’s gay rodeo circuit. Blake Little’s arresting...
September 7 2019–February 20 2020
Museum of Natural and Cultural History

On view September 7, 2019 through February 20, 2020

Experience the grit and daring of North America’s gay rodeo circuit. Blake Little’s arresting black-and-white photographs explore the athleticism, artistry, and camaraderie of a time-honored LGBTQIA tradition while celebrating the complex nature of identity and community in the West.

A program of ExhibitsUSA, a national division of Mid-America Arts Alliance, and the National Endowment for the Arts.

Feb 19
Fund for the Public Interest Info Session 11:00 a.m.

Fund for the Public Interest is a national non-profit that builds the people power it takes to win hard-fought campaigns and make real change on some of the most important issues...
February 19 11:00 a.m.–1:50 p.m.
Lillis Business Complex, 112

Fund for the Public Interest is a national non-profit that builds the people power it takes to win hard-fought campaigns and make real change on some of the most important issues of our day. That's why the Fund is hiring people to work all summer long on campaigns for America's leading grassroots action groups to protect the environment and public health across the nation.

When you take a campaign job with the Fund, you’ll work on real-world issues this summer, like combating plastic pollution, banning the use of harmful pesticides, moving to 100% renewable energy, or saving the bees. You’ll spend your summer getting real-world training, building the people power it takes to win on these issues, and gaining leadership experience, all while getting paid.

While the Fund for Public Interest is on campus from February 19th to February 25th, they'll be looking for summer campaign staff. They’ll be hiring for a number of different positions including campaign staff, field managers, and directors for their summer campaign season. There are available positions in our 30+ offices all across the country, so apply today to help make change happen.

Who Are We Looking For?


Energetic personalities determined to make a difference
Engaging story-tellers with a passion for environmental and social change
Self-motivators who turn obstacles into opportunities
Individuals who persevere when faced with challenge
Goal oriented leaders


Salary and Benefits:


Campaign Staff earn $500-$650 each week.
Field Managers earn an additional $50-$100 each week.
Healthcare benefits and more.
Leadership and career positions available.


To learn more:

www.summerjobsthatmatter.org or call 303-573-5858.

Feb 19
Racing to Change: Oregon's Civil Rights Years—The Eugene Story11:00 a.m.

Racing to Change chronicles the civil rights movement in Eugene, Oregon, during the 1960s and 1970s—a time of great upheaval, conflict, and celebration...
October 12 2019–September 13 2020
Museum of Natural and Cultural History

Racing to Change chronicles the civil rights movement in Eugene, Oregon, during the 1960s and 1970s—a time of great upheaval, conflict, and celebration as new voices clashed with traditional organizations of power. Co-developed by the Museum of Natural and Cultural History and Oregon Black Pioneers, the exhibit illuminates legacies of racism and the unceasing efforts of Oregon's Black communities to bring about change. 

Through photographs, recorded interviews, and historical archives, Racing to Change explores how racist policies and attitudes created a pressing need for bold civil rights activism in Eugene. Firsthand accounts from movement organizers, former UO students, elected officials, and other members of Oregon's black communities paint a vivid picture of the area's past, and urge us to take part in building a more just future. On view through May 10, 2020.

Feb 19
UO Food Drive: 2nd Annual Great Fordish Bake Off11:00 a.m.

Foundation and Advancement staff will square off again in the second annual Great Fordish Bake Off to benefit FOOD for Lane County! It's time to tune-up your stand mixers...
February 19 11:00 a.m.–2:00 p.m.
Ford Alumni Center, 403



Foundation and Advancement staff will square off again in the second annual Great Fordish Bake Off to benefit FOOD for Lane County! It's time to tune-up your stand mixers and taste buds for this wonderful cause. If you like making desserts, eating desserts, or both, read on!


Calling All Bakers: You may not have the skills to bake world-class canelés worthy of Mary Berry, but don't let that dampen your competitive spirit. We've broadened the definition of "baked goods" to include any homemade dessert. Bring your entry to Room 403 between 10-10:45 a.m. and a Social Committee member will assist you with the finer details (placement, entry cards, etc.). As a courtesy to Ford Center friends with food allergies, we will provide a form for you to fill out indicating whether your dessert contains nuts, eggs, dairy, gluten, whether it's vegan, vegetarian, paleo-friendly, etc. Please bring any serving utensils needed for your dish, and also have portions small enough for lots of people to have a chance to try!
Taste-Testers and Voting Tallies: To sample the entries, come by Room 403 between 11:00 a.m. and 2:00 p.m. There is a suggested donation of $3.00 or one canned food for entry. You will be given an official voting slip, and sent off to judge the many delicious desserts (British adjectives optional). At 2:00 p.m. volunteers will close the tasting period and tally votes. Once a winner is determined, the results will be shared with both teams.
Crowning the Winner: This year, we will be crowning a first, second, and third place winner! The winning baker will earn 60% of the proceeds for his/her team's FFLC fundraising total and a year's worth of "Bake Off" bragging rights. The second place winner will earn 25% of the proceeds for his/her team's FFLC fundraising total, and the third place winner will earn 15% of the proceeds for his/her team's FFLC fundraising total. This could very well be the deciding factor in what's shaping-up to be a close race!
Please be aware: Items for sale are made in home kitchens and not a commercial kitchen.
Disclaimer: Each tester is responsible for 100% of the calories they consume.


If you have any questions, please e-mail Sandra Anderson (Foundation) sranders@uofoundation.org, or Sandi Ash (Advancement) sash@uoregon.edu


Feb 19
Ask Me Anything Study Abroad: Peer Advisingnoon

Stop by the Global Education Oregon office in 300W Oregon Hall to speak to International Peer Assistant, Miranda, who went on the Cross-Border Interviewing and Story Development...
January 8–March 11
Oregon Hall, 300W

Stop by the Global Education Oregon office in 300W Oregon Hall to speak to International Peer Assistant, Miranda, who went on the Cross-Border Interviewing and Story Development in Spain and Portugal program. She is also preparing for a summer GlobalWorks International Internship. 

 

She can answer questions about how to live abroad, the application process, how to choose the best program, and get you connected with a study abroad advisor that can answer more in-depth program questions.

Feb 19
UO Food Drive: Cookbook Exchange and Salenoon

Cookbooks! Everybody loves to get them or buy them for gifts. But soon the day comes when you realize you will never work your way through 101 Uses for Eggplant. That’s...
February 19 noon–4:00 p.m.
Johnson Hall, Garden Level 8 Conference Room

Cookbooks! Everybody loves to get them or buy them for gifts. But soon the day comes when you realize you will never work your way through 101 Uses for Eggplant.

That’s where the UO Food Drive Cookbook Exchange comes in. Bring in your unwanted cookbooks or pick up a new-to-you cookbook (or three) for just a small cash ($1-5) donation to the food drive. You are not required to donate a cookbook in order to buy one.

Woodblock Chocolate milk and dark candy bars will be available for $4 cash. We have a food barrel for non-perishable food donations so bring in those beans and broth. Donations benefit Food for Lane County.

You can also drop off cookbooks in advance at 7 Johnson Hall, Garden Level.

Hosted by the departments of Johnson Hall and University Communications.

Feb 19
Leaders For Change Mixer 12:30 p.m.

Ever thought about spending a year doing service? Or need a plan post-grad? Learn how you can start your career by making an impact through post-grad service opportunities such...
February 19 12:30 p.m.–1:30 p.m.
Erb Memorial Union (EMU), Swindells

Ever thought about spending a year doing service? Or need a plan post-grad?

Learn how you can start your career by making an impact through post-grad service opportunities such as City Year, Teach for America, and Peace Corps. Connect with your fellow peers from each program who are alum or who will be starting their service later this year.

Feb 19
GEO Drop-In Advising1:30 p.m.

Stop by Global Education Oregon for a quick 15-minute advising appointment with a GEO study abroad advisor. Not sure how to get started on the application...
January 6–March 20
Oregon Hall, 300W

Stop by Global Education Oregon for a quick 15-minute advising appointment with a GEO study abroad advisor.


Not sure how to get started on the application process?
Debating on which program is right for you?
Looking for certain credits to achieve abroad?
Interested in learning about funding opportunities?


If you already know what program you are interested, and want to learn more about logistics, timeline, requirements, and so on, make sure to schedule an appointment with a region-specific study abroad advisor in 300W Oregon Hall by calling 541-346-3207.

Feb 19
Let's Talk2:00 p.m.

Let’s Talk is a free and confidential service where UO students can stop by for support from a mental health professional in locations across campus. Let’s...
October 30 2019–March 20 2020
Oregon Hall, Center for Multicultural Academic Excellence (CMAE, OH 131)

Let’s Talk is a free and confidential service where UO students can stop by for support from a mental health professional in locations across campus. Let’s Talk counselors can provide help with problem solving, as well as provide support, insight, and information about additional resources. Counselors staffing Let's Talk can be found here.

Let's Talk is a drop-in service. Students are seen on a first-come, first-serve basis.

Feb 19
Stress and Anxiety Management Workshop2:00 p.m.

Learn how to identify stress and anxiety triggers and work on personalized management techniques. All students are welcome to drop in to this free workshop.
January 8–March 11
Erb Memorial Union (EMU), Duck Nest (041)

Learn how to identify stress and anxiety triggers and work on personalized management techniques. All students are welcome to drop in to this free workshop.

Feb 19
Leadership Lounge3:00 p.m.

The Leadership Lounge is a weekly drop-in discussion group that aspires to bring people together to talk about topics that are important to UO students. No RSVP is...
January 15–March 18
Holden Center

The Leadership Lounge is a weekly drop-in discussion group that aspires to bring people together to talk about topics that are important to UO students. No RSVP is necessary—join us when it works for your schedule.

The Leadership Lounge meets Wednesdays from 3:00–4:00 p.m. in the Holden Center (EMU 047). Free tea is provided for all participants. If possible, please bring your own mug.

Feb 19
Career Coaching in Asian, Desi, Pacific Islander Study Hall 3:30 p.m.

Career Readiness Coach Kyle will be here to answer questions, give tips, and help with career planning. Drop-in coaching is intended for quick tips on resumes, cover...
January 15–March 11
Erb Memorial Union (EMU), 219 Willow

Career Readiness Coach Kyle will be here to answer questions, give tips, and help with career planning.

Drop-in coaching is intended for quick tips on resumes, cover letters, job searching, interviewing, and work-study. We can also help you get started and explore Handshake and LinkedIn.

Feel free to bring a copy of any documents (such as a resume, cover letter, or job posting) that you would like to review.

Feb 19
Fund for the Public Interest Info Session 4:00 p.m.

Fund for the Public Interest is a national non-profit that builds the people power it takes to win hard-fought campaigns and make real change on some of the most important issues...
February 19 4:00 p.m.–7:20 p.m.
Lillis Business Complex, 112

Fund for the Public Interest is a national non-profit that builds the people power it takes to win hard-fought campaigns and make real change on some of the most important issues of our day. That's why the Fund is hiring people to work all summer long on campaigns for America's leading grassroots action groups to protect the environment and public health across the nation.

When you take a campaign job with the Fund, you’ll work on real-world issues this summer, like combating plastic pollution, banning the use of harmful pesticides, moving to 100% renewable energy, or saving the bees. You’ll spend your summer getting real-world training, building the people power it takes to win on these issues, and gaining leadership experience, all while getting paid.

While the Fund for Public Interest is on campus from February 19th to February 25th, they'll be looking for summer campaign staff. They’ll be hiring for a number of different positions including campaign staff, field managers, and directors for their summer campaign season. There are available positions in our 30+ offices all across the country, so apply today to help make change happen.

Who Are We Looking For?


Energetic personalities determined to make a difference
Engaging story-tellers with a passion for environmental and social change
Self-motivators who turn obstacles into opportunities
Individuals who persevere when faced with challenge
Goal oriented leaders


Salary and Benefits:


Campaign Staff earn $500-$650 each week.
Field Managers earn an additional $50-$100 each week.
Healthcare benefits and more.
Leadership and career positions available.


To learn more:

www.summerjobsthatmatter.org or call 303-573-5858.

Feb 19
CRWR Reading Series featuring David Mura4:30 p.m.

Join the Creative Writing Program as we welcome poetry writer David Mura. Book sales by J Michaels Books. This event is free and open to the public.
February 19 4:30 p.m.
Knight Library, Browsing Room

Join the Creative Writing Program as we welcome poetry writer David Mura.

Book sales by J Michaels Books. This event is free and open to the public.

Feb 19
Kaiser Permanente Summer Internship Info Session 4:30 p.m.

Set yourself apart from the competition by attending one of Kaiser Permanente’s information sessions hosted by Ms. LaTasha Brown, HR Hiring Manager. Kaiser Permanente...
February 19 4:30 p.m.–5:30 p.m.
Willie and Donald Tykeson Hall, 202

Set yourself apart from the competition by attending one of Kaiser Permanente’s information sessions hosted by Ms. LaTasha Brown, HR Hiring Manager.

Kaiser Permanente Northwest offers rewarding internships in business administration and management, dental, human resources, hospital operations, information technology, pharmacy, and research throughout Oregon and Southwest Washington. Their paid summer internships are open to both undergraduate and graduate students.

There’s a reason why people choose to start their careers at Kaiser Permanente. It does not matter who you are or what your role is; the work that you do at Kaiser Permanente saves lives. From their nurses and physicians on the front line of care to their business professionals supporting the bottom line. From Kaiser Permanente customer service experts working one on one to enhance the member experience to their IT professionals who literally turn data cables into lifelines. Everyone at Kaiser Permanente plays a vital role in the care delivery process.

Attend an info session to learn about best practices on resume writing, how to navigate their online application system, and advise on behavioral-based interviews. Their session will prepare you to be a highly competitive candidate at Kaiser Permanente.

Internships will be posted at jobs.kp.org ongoing starting Monday, February 10, 2020.

For more information on our summer internship programming, please review our online website at: https://thrive.preview.dpaprod.kpwpce.kp-aws-cloud.org/care-near-oregon-washington/overview/career-opportunities/summer-internship

~Or via email: kpnw-internships@kp.org

Feb 19
SNAP Drop-in Assistance4:30 p.m.

Stop by the Duck Nest to learn more about SNAP (formerly known as food stamps) and get help with the application. Find out more about food security programs at UO too!
January 7–March 16
Erb Memorial Union (EMU), Duck Nest (EMU 041)

Stop by the Duck Nest to learn more about SNAP (formerly known as food stamps) and get help with the application. Find out more about food security programs at UO too!

Feb 19
GEO Peer Advising at GSH5:00 p.m.

Whether you are a resident of Global Scholars Hall, participate in the global engagement or honors academic residential communities, or just want to talk to a recently returned...
January 8–March 11
Global Scholars Hall, Learning Commons (above fireplace)

Whether you are a resident of Global Scholars Hall, participate in the global engagement or honors academic residential communities, or just want to talk to a recently returned study abroad student. Stop by GSH learning commons (above the fireplace) to speak to an international peer assistant on how to get started, what to consider when choosing a program, tips on living abroad, and more!

Many program application deadlines are quickly approaching throughout the winter term for the next academic year. If you are interested in studying abroad spring quarter, summer, fall quarter, fall semester, or academic year 20-21, then make sure you stop by to find out how to make it possible.

Don't forget about funding and scholarship tips! Most forms of financial aid can apply to a study abroad program, but you can also apply for additional funding dedicated to international programs and internships. 

Feb 19
Lundquist Center for Entrepreneurship Mentor and Young Alumni Meetup5:00 p.m.

Join us for informal networking over light refreshments and drinks as we invite our dedicated mentor network and recent alums to come together and learn about all the new...
February 19 5:00 p.m.–7:00 p.m.
Bier Stein

Join us for informal networking over light refreshments and drinks as we invite our dedicated mentor network and recent alums to come together and learn about all the new activities associated with our center.

This event is free but guests are requested to register online.

Questions? Contact Kate Harmon, Director of Cross-Campus Engagement of the Lundquist Center for Entrepreneurship at kharmon2@uoregon.edu.

Feb 19
Luminous Voices: Xul Solar, Orphism, and the Aesthetics of New Media5:30 p.m.

This lecture, given by UO Assistant Professor of Spanish Mayra Bottaro, focuses on the artistic work and vision of Argentine artist Xul Solar (1887-1963) and how it engages early...
February 19 5:30 p.m.
Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art (JSMA)

This lecture, given by UO Assistant Professor of Spanish Mayra Bottaro, focuses on the artistic work and vision of Argentine artist Xul Solar (1887-1963) and how it engages early twentieth-century discourses on abstract art, new technology, and linguistic explorations. Bottaro’s lecture is based on her academic study as a 2018-2019 Oregon Humanities Center Faculty Research Fellow.

Feb 19
Growth Marketing Strategies5:30 p.m.

Today's marketing teams face the daunting (and exciting) task of delivering excellence at every touchpoint of the customer journey, and that journey is not becoming any less...
February 19 5:30 p.m.–7:30 p.m.
109 NW Naito

Today's marketing teams face the daunting (and exciting) task of delivering excellence at every touchpoint of the customer journey, and that journey is not becoming any less complex.

How can companies large and small prioritize and execute effective marketing strategies in today's dynamic environment?

Join the Oregon Executive MBA alumni board and special guest speakers—including Ox Media co-founder Nick Winkleblack, MBA '13—for an engaging and informative evening at the alumni board's annual marketing event. We will discuss growth-marketing tools and strategies for businesses of all sizes that help deliver results across an increasingly complicated marketing ecosystem.

REGISTER: https://uobiz.co/oemba-growth-marketing-strategies

Feb 19
Bike School: Bike Maintenance Course 6:00 p.m.

Learn the joy of fixing your own bicycle with in-depth instructions in the UO Bike Program. This six-session course will teach you to repair and maintain a standard road,...
February 19 6:00 p.m.–8:00 p.m.
Erb Memorial Union (EMU), Room 008

Learn the joy of fixing your own bicycle with in-depth instructions in the UO Bike Program. This six-session course will teach you to repair and maintain a standard road, mountain, or commuter bike. Featuring instruction from Bike Program Mechanic Sam Miller! 

 

Date: Wednesday, February 19th

Time: 6:00pm-8:00pm

Location: EMU Bike Program, Room 008

Sign-up: Sign-up Monday-Friday 12-5 pm at the Outdoor & Bike Program Office, EMU 008 or call 541-346-4365

 

Level 1: Designed for beginners; no experience necessary. 

 

Questions about accessibility / your ability to participate? Email OPCPC@uoregon.edu

 

*You are not signed up until you pay at the Outdoor and Bike Program EMU, Room 008, or the Outdoor Program Rental Barn on 18th and University Street. Hours are M-F 12pm-5pm.

OP Membership Required: Students are already members! Non-students can purchase an annual year-to-date membership for $25 or pay a $5 day-use fee by coming into one of our above-listed locations. Non-students will also need to purchase a one-time UO Community Member Card from Card Services in the Erb Memorial Union for $10. The card and membership will enable you to access our Rental Barn for outdoor gear, the Do-It-Yourself Bike Workspace, and entry to Outdoor and Bike Program events and Common Adventure trips. Questions? Email opwww@uoregon.edu, call 541-346-4365.

Feb 19
TAMID Group Info Night6:00 p.m.

Are you interested in working hand-in-hand with startups? Do you want to build and enhance your professional business skills through pro-bono consulting projects or stock pitch...
February 19 6:00 p.m.–7:30 p.m.
Lillis Business Complex, Atrium

Are you interested in working hand-in-hand with startups? Do you want to build and enhance your professional business skills through pro-bono consulting projects or stock pitch competitions? If so, come meet TAMID Group at Oregon during our info session. Members will be there to talk to students about what we do in TAMID and about the endless professional opportunities we offer. With our focus in Israel (being that it is known as the Startup Nation) we offer students the chance to participate in an 8-week fellowship program where you can work with a startup in your area of interest in Tel Aviv or Jerusalem, alongside 200+ other students. As one of 57 chapters across the world, TAMID has an amazing network of students who are driven to be the next generation of great leaders.

We are currently recruiting for spring 2020, so come by our info session to learn more about us!