The University of Oregon Sustainable Cities Initiative (SCI) is being honored by a national architecture organization for a studio project that brought students and professionals together to design a new police station for the city of Salem, Ore.
Hung Keung will present several talks, lectures, and exhibitions as follows: April 5: Artist Lecture, 6:00 pm, Harrington Room in the Jaqua Center (sponsored by Computer & Information Science and Arts & Administration) (this lecture will be videobroadcast to the White Stag Block, room 152) April 6: Gallery Talk, 6:00 pm, room 240 in JSMA (sponsored by Cinema Pacific and JSMA) April 7: White Box Exhibition opening, 6-8 pm, remarks at 7:00 pm, White Stag Block (24 NW 1st Ave) (sponsored by University of Oregon Programs)
A freshman American Philanthropy seminar at UO has chosen ShelterCare as the recipient of a $5,000 grant funded by Wells Fargo. The award announced on Thursday, March 10 is the result of a process each fall involving classroom debates and discussions of proposals written by student teams on behalf of local nonprofits.
A new bike shelter is rising quickly in the parking lot of Camas Ridge Community School on 1150 East 29th Avenue in Eugene thanks to collaboration between parents, school administrators, and a team of architecture students.
In response to Friday's tragic earthquake and tsunami, UO students and staff have joined to setup the Sendai Earthquake Relief Effort. The group was created by members of the Japanese Student Organization, International Student Organization, Mills International Center, and the Office of International Affairs. The project is organizing the following events: