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.
A study co-led by finance professor John Chalmers found benefits to auto-enrollment in retirement plans.
For executive MBA alumnus Oscar Arana, developing creative solutions for housing Portland's Native American community is all in a day's work.
Cornelis A. 'Kees' de Kluyver ’70, MBA ’71, former dean of the Lundquist College of Business, passed away on Monday, March 7, 2022.

16 teams have been selected to advance to represent their universities in the competition.

Instructor Yoav Dubinsky studies how politics and economics join athletics on the world's biggest stage.
The Beta Alpha Psi accounting honor society is once again offering free tax help to the community.
Three Ducks are outfitting winter Olympians in an innovative new product.
When Bill Widmer ’91 needed additional eyes to survey his plan to expand Kaleafa Cannabis, he turned to his alma mater and a team of exceptional students.
Through clubs, connections with alumni and other students, advising, and mentorship, Jurell Scott is charting his individual path to success.
Research by Pusan National University's Youngbum Kwon and UO's T. Bettina Cornwell examined whether or not a corporation's stock value was affected by its partnerships with sports teams.
The Oregon MBA program is once again being honored with a spot in the top 5 on The Princeton Review's list of Best Green MBA programs for 2022.
Associate Professor of Management Lauren Lanahan earned the 2022 Stewart Distinguished Faculty Award—the college's top academic honor.
The Princeton Review named the Lundquist College's graduate entrepreneurship specialization a Top 50 Best Graduate Program for Entrepreneurs.
Following a trailblazing career at Nike, industry expert Greg Hoffman is teaching sports branding to students in the Sports Product Management program.