Oregon MBA News

Another group of Ducks is spreading their wings and flying off to their futures. May your futures be bright, your endeavors fruitful, and your hearts forever tethered to the memories forged during your time at the University of Oregon.⁠ Congratulations the Class of 2024!
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As a member of the UO acrobatics and tumbling team, MBA student Cami Wilson, BS ’23 (business administration), is part of an emerging collegiate sport that demands both individual skill and group cohesion.
A new $10 million gift to the University of Oregon from the estate of Gerry and Marilyn Cameron will support faculty excellence and further innovation and entrepreneurship initiatives at the Lundquist College and Knight Campus.
The Lundquist College is celebrating gains in several rankings produced by Entrepreneur magazine and The Princeton Review.
Our Warsaw Sports Marketing Center is now the Warsaw Sports Business Center, a name that better reflects the breadth of the center's expertise.
A group of female Pakistani entrepreneurs visited UO to connect with American investors, mentors, and executives, and to learn how to start and scale their own businesses in Pakistan.
The Lundquist College's Professional Edge program hosted Taking Flight: The Future of Women’s Sports Business, whose attendees had one common goal in mind—accelerating the business of women's sports.
Oregon MBA students produced the Summit for Sustainable Organizations, a new event for people and organizations looking to connect and address issues in the field of sustainable business practices.
Congratulations the Class of 2023! We're so incredibly proud to see these new graduates leave the nest and fly off to whatever the future may bring.
A new product, GrantMachine, developed by Oregon students through their company ChangeFinder, aims to save nonprofits time and money.
A new initiative on campus is reimagining how we encourage, support, and fund student-led innovation and entrepreneurship ventures and projects.
Entrepreneurship expert Jeff Sorensen shares tips for giving your big idea pop.
From sustainable spirits to pet products, alumni share the inspirations underpinning their endeavors.
Graduate students studying finance traveled to the Big Apple to experience the real-world applications of their curriculum.