Oregon MBA News

Emily Darchuk, MBA ’18, is one of only 40 entrepreneurs selected and the first profiled in Inc. Magazine as part of the publication’s 40-year anniversary Founders Project.
The Lundquist College and Grist.org convened a hand-picked group of committed changemakers together to harness partnership and collaboration to address specific challenges in climate change.
Leah Elstrott, now a partner success manager for Portland health startup Bright.md, shares her experiences from her time in the Oregon MBA program.
The Warsaw Sports Marketing Center is pleased to announce Tom Kelley, senior brand director at Nike, has agreed to serve as the new chair of its Industry Advisory Board.
For the first time, our full-time MBA is featured on both U.S. News & World Report and Bloomberg Businessweek rankings at the same time.
Former law student Justin Surber, MBA ‘18 wanted to change career paths because of his passion for eSports and found his home with the Warsaw Sports Marketing Center.

Dean Sarah E. Nutter, first woman to lead the Lundquist College of Business, is among the Portland Business Journal’s Women of Influence honorees for 2019.

Oregon MBA students kicked off the new year by visiting prominent industry professionals from Seattle to New York City during the first two weeks of January 2019.
Mohr Career Services presented Business Careers in Food and Beverage 2019 to foster learning and connections between food and beverage industry professionals and students interested in the field.
Students now have greater access to cutting-edge career development, advanced certifications, staff, and alumni and employer engagement options through Mohr Career Services.
The School of Accounting has an exciting but brief opportunity to leverage your new gifts to maximize impact and reach new levels of engagement.
The Lundquist College is pleased to announce our inclusion in two major rankings.
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A sell-out crowd of students, alumni, current and past faculty and staff, board members, and friends turned out to celebrate and support the Warsaw Sports Marketing Center during its 25th anniversary gala.
Nearly 100 students joined company representatives for career exploration in finance, wealth management, and banking on October 25 in the Lillis Business Complex.
Startup Week, a weeklong series of events and activities highlighting UO entrepreneurship efforts, will feature a blockchain conference, a 24-hour hackathon, and much more.