Linda ’74 and Scott Andrews ’74 are among the winners of the 2020-21 Pioneer Awards.
Finance professor Youchang Wu and coauthor examined supplier-customer relationships to better understand trade credit.
The undergraduate chapter of Net Impact discovered new ways to take advantage of the unique opportunities offered by a remote learning environment.
Spark grant and applied research awardees, student venture successes, and more...
Oliver Alexander's venture set out to address the lack of available coworking spaces in Portland, Oregon.
Management professor Lauren Lanahan and PhD student Nathan Warren were awarded funding from the Lundquist Center for Entrepreneurship to support their research.
The five-day event highlights research, creativity, and entrepreneurship across campus.
Research by management professor Alex Murray and coauthor examined why some tech ventures fail on crowdfunding platforms despite meeting their financing goals.
Jim and Andi Sandstrom pledged $250,000 to be divided equally among the education and business colleges.
Nico Fearn ’12 and Garren Strong ’07, both student athletes during their time at the UO, have found success in product marketing at Nike.
On Wednesday, May 12, three chief financial officers from three different industries will discuss their roles during a virtual roundtable.
Samantha Kin kept her wedding planning business going even in the face of a cancer diagnosis and a global pandemic.
Justice Vanguard, a nonprofit cofounded by UO student Kenan Moos, offers workshops and custom curriculum confronting systemic inequality and racial bias.
William Schoeffler founded real estate showing management app Instashowing while still a UO student. Now interest in his app is soaring.
The Lundquist College of Business is proud to announce the winners of the 2021 New Venture Championship.