Announcements for Faculty & Staff

  • UO Libraries' Undergraduate Research Award Winners Named

    Six University of Oregon students who authored outstanding research papers and theses during the 2013 calendar year have been named winners in the university's Undergraduate Research Awards competition sponsored by the University of Oregon Libraries.The annual competitive program honors UO students who produce exceptional original research and scholarship using resources available through...

  • Help Improve the Libraries! Take the LibQUAL+® Online Survey

    Your opinion matters! As we plan for the future of our libraries, it is important that we understand your perceptions and expectations so that we can provide the services you need. Help shape future library services by participating in a very important electronic survey. Sample responses indicate it takes only 5-7 minutes to complete the form. Take the LibQUAL+ survey now at:  https://www...

  • Knight Library's Around the Clock Program Sun.-Fri. Now Underway

    Knight Library is now open around the clock beginning at 9 a.m. on Sundays and remains open until 7 p.m. on Friday throughout the rest of spring term. Saturday hours are 9 a.m. to 7 p.m. Please Note: During extended hours from midnight to 7:30 a.m. each week night, the building will be available only to current students, faculty, and staff from the University of Oregon, Lane Community College,...

  • Faculty Asked to Nominate Outstanding Undergraduate Research Projects Completed in Winter 2014

    Each year through its Undergraduate Research Awards program, the UO Libraries recognizes UO students who complete outstanding research projects using library resources and services. Students can earn up to $1,500 for their award-winning papers, projects, and theses.Faculty members whose students have produced high-quality research papers or projects using library resources are encouraged to...

  • Knight Library Exhibit Examines Rajneeshee Controversy

    An exhibit in Knight Library takes a multifaceted look at the controversial City of Rajneeshpuram, an intentional community established in 1981 by a group of followers of Bhagwan Shree Rajneesh near the small town of Antelope in central Oregon.Relations between the leadership at Rajneeshpuram and local and state officials were strained from the beginning. But by 1984, the controversy peaked...

  • Oregon Arts Commission Showcases Oregon Folklife Network

    Oregon Folklife Network, housed on the second floor of Knight Library, was recently profiled in the Oregon Art Commission’s Impact section of its website.The Strategic Spotlight item provides comments by Riki Salzman, OFN’s executive director, and describes several OFN projects. The feature is available here.OFN seeks to make a meaningful difference in Oregon communities and Tribes...

  • Spring UO Insight Seminars Explore Multiple Cultures

    The schedule has been set for the popular UO Insight Seminars for spring term, 2014. Spring term also features two free public lectures that introduce material covered in more depth in the full seminars. All sessions are held in Knight Library's Browsing Room unless otherwise noted. The schedule is below. To learn more about the individual seminars and to register, visit the Insight...