A group of female Pakistani entrepreneurs visited UO to connect with American investors, mentors, and executives, and to learn how to start and scale their own businesses in Pakistan.
How do you incentive recycling in the aerospace industry? New research coauthored by Nagesh Murthy, Eren Çil, and coauthor sought to answer that question.
"I'm gratified that I've contributed to so many organizations' export success in my role as a commercial diplomat for the USA."
In his new book, sports business instructor Yoav Dubinsky discusses how the U.S. Women's National Team's on-field success in the World Cup has made the players an integral part of sports diplomacy initiatives.
The Lundquist College's Professional Edge program hosted Taking Flight: The Future of Women’s Sports Business, whose attendees had one common goal in mind—accelerating the business of women's sports.
Oregon MBA students produced the Summit for Sustainable Organizations, a new event for people and organizations looking to connect and address issues in the field of sustainable business practices.
The Oregon Innovation Challenge, an additional potential avenue for students across campus to begin their journey toward entrepreneurial success, announced its 16 grant awardees in spring term.
The Lundquist College is investing in real estate education, and students, alumni, and industry partners agree that professional opportunities abound in the field.
The Native American Youth and Family Center (NAYA) has named Oregon Executive MBA alumnus Oscar Arana as its interim CEO.
Adam Milne '94, owner of Old Town Pizza and Brewing, and his business partner are hoping to influence perceptions of downtown Portland with their "Believe in Portland" campaign.
Congratulations the Class of 2023! We're so incredibly proud to see these new graduates leave the nest and fly off to whatever the future may bring.
Tess Meyer, MBA '18, shared the story of her move to Sweden with Business Insider.
Sports business instructor Yoav Dubinsky spoke to the Los Angeles Times about sportswashing and the merger between Saudi-backed LIV Golf and the PGA Tour.
In a new course, chemistry and business majors are exploring what it would take for the U.S. to achieve net-zero greenhouse gas emissions by 2050.
Aneshka Colas-Dickson '01 was named an Executive of the Year for 2023 by the Portland Business Journal.