Oregon MBA News

Happy New Year from the Lundquist Center for Entrepreneurship!
After earning her MBA, Lundquist College alumna Christina Calvin founded her own heavy element recycling startup.
Createathon Oregon is a three-day creative marathon during which UO students and marketing professionals will create pro bono marketing assets for local nonprofits.
PitchBook is a new data resource available to all University of Oregon students.
As our fall term winds down, we’re reflecting on recent successes and looking forward to all that’s coming...
The Lundquist College has launched a new student success initiative to build stronger paths for life-long learning and connection.
Lundquist College Instructor Joshua Skov is among the thought leaders reinventing business education on an international scale, according to The Aspen Institute.
The Princeton Review’s Best Business Schools 2020 rank the Lundquist College and its Oregon MBA #4 in the category of best Green MBA.
Defunkify, a startup with strong ties to the University of Oregon that’s already been on a growth trajectory, got a big lift earlier this year after a chance in the national spotlight.

The UO Lundquist College of Business and its Oregon MBA program is celebrating a jump of four spots in Bloomberg Businessweek’s Best Business Schools ranking.

November brings fall colors, midterms, and a host of events and updates from the Lundquist Center for Entrepreneurship.
The Music Business Fair connects students with from music business veterans.
The Lundquist College management department is hard at work producing quality research with impact far beyond the classroom.
UO Startup Week will offer events, workshops, a pitch competition, and other activities.
The Center for Sustainable Business Practices brought together an engaged audience of Ducks, alumni, and community members to learn from Kate Raworth, a self-proclaimed renegade economist.