The Lundquist College is at the heart of fast-expanding opportunities and activities for entrepreneurs. In the past few years, we have increased curricular offerings, launched a new incubator program, debuted on-demand consulting services by students, expanded mentoring, invested in faculty, and much more.
SPM students are exploring the world through internships, jobs, classes, and special projects.
In an interview with NTX, UO Sports Product Management program cofounder and executive director Ellen Schmidt-Devlin spoke about the progress and challenges in sustainability within the textile industry.
Another group of Ducks is spreading their wings and flying off to their futures. May your futures be bright, your endeavors fruitful, and your hearts forever tethered to the memories forged during your time at the University of Oregon.⁠ Congratulations the Class of 2024!
Blonigen will continue his exemplary leadership as the Edward Maletis Dean of the Lundquist College of Business.
When companies tout the simplicity of their products, they may unknowingly invite customer dissatisfaction, new University of Oregon research finds.
As part of our goal to lead the nation in entrepreneurship education and research, the Lundquist College has made strategic investments in faculty to grow our pool of experts to a level few can match.
Master of Accounting students are already co-publishing along with faculty on the bleeding-edge topic of blockchain and artificial intelligence.
Alex La China started College Cat—an online tutoring platform that uses AI as an academic virtual assistant—as a class project. It's grown into a venture that has helped 20,000 students in its first 18 months.
An entrepreneur in residence for the college, whose first venture was designing snowboards, has been instrumental in guiding hundreds of student startups across the university.
As more women have entered the biomedical field, they’re getting a bigger share of research grants, and the gender gap in research funding appears to be narrowing, but the gains have been uneven, according to new research by Chris Liu and coauthors
New research by Lundquist College alumnus Adam Kovar ’23 and instructor Charlie Bame-Aldred found that the NCAA football transfer portal can help some teams but not others, depending on the position a transferring student plays.
The Lundquist College is mourning the passing and celebrating the life of one of our most avid and prolific supporters, Patricia Peterson, who died March 10, 2024. She was 97.
Lifelong athlete Mufaro Hungwe, MS '24 studied kinesiology and biomechanics before earning another master's degree from UO's Sports Product Management program.
A $4 million gift bolsters programming for student and faculty entrepreneurs and strengthens ties between the Lundquist College and the Phil and Penny Knight Campus for Accelerating Scientific Impact.