Oregon MBA News

Erin Harville, MBA ’22 was drawn to the Oregon MBA out of a desire to push herself out of her comfort zone.
U.S. Navy veteran John Maldonado found that the Oregon MBA's wide range of curriculum has given him the opportunity to become a better business professional.
Kellen Sullivan knew an MBA was essential for many of the career paths he was exploring.
New dean makes a splash, students help bring the world to Eugene, groundbreaking faculty research, and more.
The Lundquist College is pleased to welcome two outstanding professionals to lead two of our signature centers.
Bruce Blonigen is the Edward Maletis Dean of the Lundquist College of Business.
Five students received $5,000 grants from the Lundquist Center for Entrepreneurship.
UO students are getting hands-on experience planning, organizing, and marketing major sporting events like World Athletics Championships Oregon22.
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.
The Princeton Review named the Lundquist College's graduate entrepreneurship specialization a Top 50 Best Graduate Program for Entrepreneurs.
Oregon MBA student Aliça Diehl is helping lead carbon and climate strategy for Eugene, Oregon-based East West Tea Company.
The Oregon Accelerator is new collective that will help Ducks as they navigate name, image, and likeness opportunities.
Graduates going places, faculty recognized for their contributions, alumni businesses flourishing, career readiness at the forefront, and much more.
Two Oregon MBA alumnae, Briana Buckles and Stacia Betley, were honored in the 2021 GreenBiz 30 Under 30 list.