The graduate chapter of UO Net Impact is sending teams to Philadelphia, Boulder, and Austin for case competitions and pitches.
Nearly 50 students and community members partnered with 10 local nonprofits at CreateAthon, a pro bono 24-hour marketing event.
Charles M. Lillis, PhD ’72, has been named a 2020 Influential Leader in the area of technology by the AACSB.
The day-long "Business of esports" workshop will explore careers in the growing video gaming industry.
Meredith Ledbetter's lifelong passion for environmental issues led her to pursue an MBA with a specialization in sustainable business practices.
Members of the undergraduate chapter of Net Impact kicked off the academic year with three site visits to sustainable businesses in Eugene, Oregon.
A course in commercial banking provides undergraduate students with a firm foundation in the operation of commercial banks.
Associate director of academic advising and student experience Mercedes Langford was honored during the university's Martin Luther King, Jr. awards ceremony.
Happy New Year from the Lundquist Center for Entrepreneurship!
After earning her MBA, Lundquist College alumna Christina Calvin founded her own heavy element recycling startup.
Management professor Alex Murray's research focuses on the interface of humans and technologies.
First-year business student Shawn Recca bested more than 100 contestants from around the world in the SmartSims business simulation.
Accounting professor Dane Christensen was awarded one of the Lundquist College’s most prestigious honors, the Stewart Distinguished Faculty Award.
Createathon Oregon is a three-day creative marathon during which UO students and marketing professionals will create pro bono marketing assets for local nonprofits.
UO teams Averto and Instashowing both made it to the second round in the 2020 Student Startup Madness competition.