September 2014

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It is a great time to be a Duck!

This is more than mere conjecture, as we are experiencing a historic period of change, growth, and support for the University of Oregon.
Read more from Executive Director Paul Clifford…
 

Featured Story

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The Teacher who Conquered the World

John Dahlem ’65 has seen both poles and the summit of Mt. Everest. Read more…

Duck Profiles

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Carol Comeau ’63

UOAA board member and former Anchorage School District superintendent.
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Student Spotlight: Kellan Kadooka

Oregon-born and Hawaii-raised student Kellan Kadooka is making his time at the University of Oregon count.
 

Connections

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The Future of Rural Health Care

Recent graduates make national news for healthcare startup. Read more…
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2014 Homecoming Reunions

The UOAA gears up to host three reunions over Homecoming weekend. Read more…
 

Campus News

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A Home of its Own

$10 million gift from Tykeson family will help CAS build its new home—the College and Careers Building. Read more…
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Donor Funds Future Teachers

$8 million gift will fund scholarships for Ducks interested in public school teaching. Read more…
 
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UO Among Top 50 Nationwide

University among top 50 public national universities in new ranking. Read more…
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Greek Life Then and Now

Oregon’s Fraternity and Sorority Life seeks to defy deleterious stereotypes surrounding Greek life. Read more…
 
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Unpack the Quack

Volunteers help Ducklings settle into their new nests. Read more…
 

Athletics

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Kim Durand: Duck behind Enemy Lines

UO alumna Kim Durand shares her experience as the Associate Athletic Director of Student Development at the University of Washington. Read more…
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A Trip down Memory Lane

David Gibson ’53 returned to Eugene as Oregon’s honorary captain for the clash with Michigan State. Read more…
 

Photo of the Month

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Kaitlyn Riplinger, daughter of Mike Riplinger '85, MS '98, and UOAA Assistant Director for International Outreach Cynthia Stenger Riplinger MA '01, moves into her residence hall during Unpack the Quack.