Helping comes naturally to accounting major Lauren Sims, who serves as both a peer advisor and a Flight School mentor.
Research by Pradeep Pendem and coauthors found that consistent hours for service workers have a positive impact on both employees and employers.
For Daniel McCloskey ’22, being a part of the Lundquist College’s inaugural Flight School cohort shaped his business school experience in ways he couldn’t have predicted.
UO students are getting hands-on experience planning, organizing, and marketing major sporting events like World Athletics Championships Oregon22.
MansionTok, a TikTok account managed by two UO alumni, has drawn millions of followers since launching in January 2021.
After two days of competition, the Lundquist College of Business is pleased to announce the winners of the 2022 New Venture Championship.
For Forty under 40 honoree Mary Miksch, MBA '21, learning new things and teaching them to others are the heart of her personal mission.
Take a sneak peek at the people behind the products in this virtual gallery. Our students work both individually as well as in teams to plan, design, and bring life to their ideas. Reach out and connect with these rising stars as they prepare to graduate with their master’s degree in Sports Product Management in March 2021.

Sports Product Management cofounders Ellen Schmidt-Devlin and Roger Best discuss how the program was developed and share a glimpse into the future.

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Two recent alumni and one current student will receive Portland Business Journal's Forty under 40 honor in 2022.
8 teams have moved on to the next stage of the business plan competition.
As the U.S. looks to end changing clocks twice a year, management professor David Wagner's expertise on the topic is more timely than ever.