Lundquist College management faculty are teaching at the highest levels, out-researching some major names in academia, and publishing in the field's top journals, all while earning notice for excellence in teaching.
The University of Oregon is partnering with NTX, an international company that uses waterless dyeing and printing to produce textiles, to open an innovation lab in Portland next year.
New research by UO professor Behrooz Pourghannad and coauthor sheds more light on the social effects of large corporations working directly with smaller, overseas manufacturers to make their processes more climate friendly.
Jean Babcock Stoess ’61 was a woman ahead of her time. Now her husband Al Stoess, PhD ’67, has founded a scholarship fund in honor of his late wife.
A significant gift is enhancing the entrepreneurship ecosystem at the Lundquist College of Business and the University of Oregon.
U.S. News & World Report released its Best Undergraduate Business Colleges rankings and the Lundquist College is celebrating our return to the Top 50.
Mike Brewer, chief operating officer for Crate and Barrel, shared insights with our undergraduate business honors program—and he brought along head UO football coach Dan Lanning.
For the second consecutive year, we have a record-breaking freshman class at the Lundquist College of Business.
2023 graduate Marisa Kraft used her time at the Oregon Executive MBA to move into a key role in an industry that truly reflects her values.
Brandi Martin always assumed she would go for a second-in-command position. But in her first year at the program, Martin stepped up to become CEO of steel fabrication and installation company Instafab. (And that was just the start.)
A new book by UO sports business instructor Yoav Dubinsky explores the role of sports in nation branding and public diplomacy during the years 2020 and 2022.
In an interview with the UO Alumni Association, Lorena Landeros, BA ’08—assistant director of first-year experience at the Lundquist College—shared what it meant to her to be part of UO's Patos Alumni Network.
A start-up from two recent executive MBA grads aims to transform the way we find work.
Our Warsaw Sports Marketing Center is now the Warsaw Sports Business Center, a name that better reflects the breadth of the center's expertise.
Shan Rammah, MBA '23, never expected to launch his own airport development firm before he graduated.