Donor and Alumni News

Blonigen will continue his exemplary leadership as the Edward Maletis Dean of the Lundquist College of Business.
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.
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.
Take a look into what is happening with the University of Oregon's new northeast Portland campus, how we as a business college fit into it, and our plan for relocating the college's Portland programs there.
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UO football alum, Nike Air Jordan 1 franchise leader, Lundquist adjunct UO instructor, and author of a new book: Garren Strong explains what makes the UO's brand so innovative.
A $10 million gift for entrepreneurship and faculty excellence is set to change students' lives.
Orion Falvey ’13, cofounder of Orchid Health, was named the recipient of the UO Alumni Association's 2023 Outstanding Young Alumni Award.
The 2023 edition of the yearly publication of the School of Accounting at the UO Lundquist College of Business.
A new $10 million gift to the University of Oregon from the estate of Gerry and Marilyn Cameron will support faculty excellence and further innovation and entrepreneurship initiatives at the Lundquist College and Knight Campus.
Jean Babcock Stoess ’61 was a woman ahead of her time. Now her husband Al Stoess, PhD ’67, has founded a scholarship fund in honor of his late wife.
A significant gift is enhancing the entrepreneurship ecosystem at the Lundquist College of Business and the University of Oregon.
Mike Brewer, chief operating officer for Crate and Barrel, shared insights with our undergraduate business honors program—and he brought along head UO football coach Dan Lanning.
In an interview with the UO Alumni Association, Lorena Landeros, BA ’08—assistant director of first-year experience at the Lundquist College—shared what it meant to her to be part of UO's Patos Alumni Network.