Oregon MBA News

Thanks to private philanthropy, the college is responding to the current situation in ways that will strengthen our programming going forward.
An online discussion centered on ways the sports business programs at the Lundquist College have been transformed by the pandemic—including unexpected accomplishments and unforeseen opportunities.
A new collaborative program will teach student-athletes about personal branding, business foundations, and more.
Roger Best, Dennis Howard, Ofuma Eze-Echesi, and David Borlack examined the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on U.S. sportswear revenues.
Luke Zak entered the Oregon MBA program hoping to elevate the game of quidditch to the status of a viable international sport which might one day appear in the Olympics.
Amber Santos works as a brand communications manager for adidas, focusing on the women’s brand in North America.
The Lundquist College has ranked #33 overall for graduate entrepreneurship and #17 among public business schools.
Events, all remote, include an elevator pitch competition and a research slam.
The Lundquist College’s MBA entrepreneurship specialization is among the top 50 programs in the world according to rankings complied by Poets&Quants.
Students, alumni, and employers are coming together on a new platform created to advance students in their professional lives.
UO joins "The Collective Think Tank," an initiative dedicated to advancing women in sports.

Student startup explores solutions for a remote world, new fellowship program offers opportunities for UO students, and more...

Read stories about how the college continues to shape the business environment and chart new ways to move forward in the 2020 edition of our magazine.
Lundquist College students consulted with local services to address and overcome challenges related to equity and inclusion, as well as the COVID-19 pandemic.
A partnership between the Warsaw Sports Marketing Center and Amsterdam University's SportsInq provided students with a virtual study abroad experience.