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.
As associate director of corporate partnerships at Welcome.US, Collin Ngo-Director, BS ’16 (business administration), BA ’16 (Spanish) helps refugees thrive in the U.S.
Marketing professor Joshua T. Beck, a leader in his community and a great friend to many, passed away on April 6, 2023.
A new product, GrantMachine, developed by Oregon students through their company ChangeFinder, aims to save nonprofits time and money.
A new initiative on campus is reimagining how we encourage, support, and fund student-led innovation and entrepreneurship ventures and projects.
UO students are celebrating a double win at a prestigious finance competition.
Entrepreneurship expert Jeff Sorensen shares tips for giving your big idea pop.
From sustainable spirits to pet products, alumni share the inspirations underpinning their endeavors.
Graduate students studying finance traveled to the Big Apple to experience the real-world applications of their curriculum.