AdministrationNews

Differential tuition in Lundquist College: Who should foot the bill?

The Lundquist College of Business needs a financial boost, and it could be coming straight out of business students’ pockets. The college has proposed a “differential tuition” for its classes — meaning students who take courses offered by Lundquist College will be charged $20 more per credit hour, on top …

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FootballSports

Lieberman: $68 million football facility only a symptom of larger institutional woes

When it comes to collegiate athletic facilities, there is luxurious, there is five-star and then there is the University of Oregon.

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News

Building Business Leaders cohort sees continued success with minority students

Tayah Butler started the Building Business Leaders program to help minority students feel a sense of community in the business school. In its second year of existence, its continuing success is encouraging to creators and participants alike.

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Archives

'Pie your Professor' fundraiser provides skills for business students

Yesterday, nearly 15 business professors stepped out of their offices and classrooms to participate in a “Pie Your Professor” fundraiser.

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NewsPolitics

Kitzhaber visits Asia, discusses opportunities for Oregon businesses

Oregon Gov. John Kitzhaber returned from a trip to Asia this weekend where he met with business leaders to promote Oregon products and innovation and attract new investments to the state.

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ESI Collaboration Studio bolsters University of Oregon’s Business Research Institute

The new ESI Collaboration Studio highlights the University’s already-strong Business Research Institute.

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