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 …
When it comes to collegiate athletic facilities, there is luxurious, there is five-star and then there is the University of Oregon.
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.
Yesterday, nearly 15 business professors stepped out of their offices and classrooms to participate in a “Pie Your Professor” fundraiser.
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.
The new ESI Collaboration Studio highlights the University’s already-strong Business Research Institute.