Finding a new use for a tiny sensor originally created to track juvenile salmon was the challenge faced by one of the four teams participating in this year's Technology Entrepreneurship Program.
Oliver Alexander '14 and Orion Falvey '13 have developed a new way to deliver health care to rural communities. Their first clinic launched in August.

Recent Oregon Executive MBA graduates Andy Kalamaris and Nate Webb founded Craftport during the program and were soon exporting Oregon's craft beers to Brazil for the World Cup.

UO professors John Chalmers and Bill Harbaugh presented best practices for helping more Oregonians save for retirement.
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An alumni event in lower Manhattan brought together a flock of New York Ducks for an evening of networking and fun.
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The Oregon Executive MBA program in Portland welcomes Sue Levin as its 2014 graduation speaker.
Elemental Technologies, founded by Sam Blackman (Oregon Executive MBA class 22), is on board to help stream the 2014 Winter Olympics.
The Green Building Initiative has named Oregon Executive MBA alumnus Jerry Yudelson its new president.
Oregon Executive MBA alum and Trailblazer's sustainability director Justin Zeulner shares his insights with Oregon Business magazine.
Oregon Executive MBA alum Dr. Joe Robertson was named The Portland Business Journal's CEO of the Year in 2013.
As our academic halls empty and our lawns fill with expectant graduates, one can’t help but ruminate on what’s next for our 2014 flock.

With commencement on June 16, it’s an exhilarating time for members of the Lundquist College class of 2014.

With their June 13 commencement just days away, more than half the members of the Oregon MBA class of 2014 have already obtained positions at a range of high-profile organizations.

With strong returns for its student-managed funds and members heading to jobs and internships at high-profile firms, it's been another banner year for the UO Investment Group.

Two recent gifts from Dave Petrone '66, MBA '68, and his wife Nancy will help the University of Oregon pursue bold new ventures.