Rachel Todd, director of the Oregon Executive MBA program, was named one of the Portland Business Journal's 2023 Women of Influence.
The UO Alumni Association profiled a number of women who are leaders, executives, entrepreneurs, and changemakers, including several Lundquist College alumnae.
The UO and the University of Oregon Foundation have jointly established Launch Oregon, LLC to accelerate the university's commercialization pipeline.
In an interview with IDG Connect, Jason Loomis, MBA '11, talks about his career in cybersecurity.
Julia Wong, BS ’18, MNM ’22 (nonprofit management) is an associate director of events at Fanconi Anemia Research Fund.
Rippey was a UO alumna, advocate for children's education and wellbeing, philanthropist, and friend of the Lundquist College.
A team of Lundquist College students has directly influenced five U.S. Senators and the Senate Banking Committee—and the American Bankers Association and the Federal Home Loan Bank.
Oregon Consulting Group, the professionally managed, student-run consulting organization, is looking for clients in the beverage industry.
Four awardees earned special funding to continue and expand the study of financial literacy and wellness.
Serial entrepreneur Chad Barczak ’98, MBA ’99 joined the Duck Stops Here podcast to talk about his career and how his greatest failures have actually been his greatest successes.
Management professor Peter Younkin is the recipient of the 2023 Stewart Distinguished Faculty Award.
It's hard to miss the cheerful energy of master of accounting student Ernesto Buendia Hernandez.
The UO has earned a spot as a top graduate school for entrepreneurship studies in the 2023 Princeton Review and Entrepreneur rankings.
A section of East 13th Avenue on campus got a name change in honor of Gwen and Chuck Lillis.
Erin Harville, MBA ’22 was drawn to the Oregon MBA out of a desire to push herself out of her comfort zone.