The Oregon Incubator Program, a joint initiative between UO Brand Management and The Duck Store, allows students to develop products under the guidance of professional merchandise buyers and mentors.
A new quarterly webinar series produced by the Lundquist College of Business will dive into topics surrounding women’s roles in a historically male-dominated field.
New funds are helping Lundquist College students manage the extra expenses that usually accompany experiential opportunities.
Strategic Planning Projects, the capstone of the Oregon MBA program, provide students with the opportunity to take on real issues at a real-life business or organization.
A proposal for a one-stop consulting service to help new and small nonprofits took this year's honors.
Marketing professors Joshua T. Beck, Hong Yuan, and coauthor examine participative pricing to understand how it might enhance purchase outcomes.
Marketing instructor Steffen Jahn and coauthors examined whether self-improvement apps are helping users achieve their goals.
A multi-generational team of alumni and golf enthusiasts from the University of Oregon revived golf bag brand Jones Sports.
A groundbreaking new initiative called Lundquist Career Fundamentals is designed to boost student engagement through embedded career readiness activities in several required courses.
UO senior Juliae Riva has immersed herself in a variety of disciplines that inspire her to make a difference in the field of sustainability.
Students and professionals are invited to participate in this year’s event, which features a lineup drawn from the region's top entrepreneurs and business leaders.
Students from the Oregon Consulting Group are helping shape the future of transportation in Lane County—and possibly the world.
The Oregon Capital Scan looks to establish a snapshot of Oregon’s growth-stage company formation ecosystem.
Kevin Holmquist, MBA '20, used his time at the Oregon Executive MBA to move from a career he liked into one he loves.
Research by Ioannis Branikas and coauthor found that companies that run Super Bowl ads may attract more investors.