Oregon MBA News

Jillian Fraccola’s time with the Oregon MBA program taught her to push herself out of her comfort zone.
Speaker series thrive during social distancing, seniors gain real industry experience, and more...
The second annual University of Oregon Entrepreneurship Awards recognized student innovation and creativity across campus.
The 2020 Oregon Capital Scan will look at all of the capital resources available to start-up companies, small businesses, entrepreneurs, and growth companies in the state of Oregon.
The Lundquist College of Business has invested in curriculum and programming that deepens its offerings for students looking to build careers in the food and beverage industry.
Top student concepts earned $10,000 on March 10 during a business idea competition known as the Provost’s Innovation Challenge.
Lundquist College students had the opportunity to assess the sustainability impact of Riff Cold Brewed's Alter Ego.
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Lundquist College of Business faculty share a message of encouragement and resilience with students.
A partnership between UO and Tillamook Creamery has Net Impact members rethinking the company's brand purpose.
Student teams take on nationwide competitions and more...
The New Venture Championship (NVC) has evolved from humble beginnings into one of the top business plan competitions in the world.
The graduate chapter of UO Net Impact is sending teams to Philadelphia, Boulder, and Austin for case competitions and pitches.
Nearly 50 students and community members partnered with 10 local nonprofits at CreateAthon, a pro bono 24-hour marketing event.
The day-long "Business of esports" workshop will explore careers in the growing video gaming industry.
Meredith Ledbetter's lifelong passion for environmental issues led her to pursue an MBA with a specialization in sustainable business practices.