ISO Welcome

UO International Student Orientation

September 12-18
ISO is a fun and comprehensive orientation program where students will meet their International Student Advisors, complete immigration and health insurance requirements, and register for classes.







Cross Cultural Events on Campus

Talks by Bolivian indigenous leaders and Prof. Derrick Hindery

April 25, 2015 to April 28, 2015

Where: Many Nations Longhouse

Two talks will be given by Bolivian indigenous leaders and Professor Derrick Hindery at the Many Nations Longhouse from 5-7pm on Saturday, April 25 (during the Coalition Against Environmental Racism (CAER) conference) and from 4-6pm on Tuesday, April 28.

Vigil this Thursday - 147 is not just a number

April 23, 2015

Where: LLC South, University of Oregon

If you can make it, CMAE, Mills International Center, Cinema Pacific & Student Life will hold a brief vigil at "The Meet" 7 pm.
We shall remember and honor 147 university students who were killed in Kenya on April 2 and all others around the world who are facing violence.

Analog U

April 22, 2015

Where: Collier House Lawn

Try a day without devices. Analog U is a campus-wide invitation to take a tech holiday—to go completely analog on Earth Day, Wednesday, April 22nd—and to reconnect with ourselves, each other, and the world around us. Join Undergraduate Studies on Earth Day for fun, device-free events in the tent. Learn more at

Telescope: Closing reception

April 19, 2015

Where: Gerlinger Lounge

Ventur Labs has pioneered a new type of learning outside of the classroom through a four-day long competition in which teams of interdisciplinary students create digital communication platforms in collaboration with the UO department of Physics. In the spirit of exploration, our event is called Telescope. See the team's projects at the closing reception April 19th, 2015 from 4:00 pm to 6:00 pm.

Running Duck

April 17, 2015

Where: Outside of the Duck Store

CPLA – Running Duck from International Ducks on Vimeo.

New Media and Democracy: Global Perspectives

April 9, 2015 to April 10, 2015

Where: Knight Law Center

The “New Media and Democracy: Global Perspectives” conference will bring together a diverse set of scholars to investigate the changes in global political discourses and practices brought about by the digital revolution. The event is part of the Wayne Morse Center’s theme of inquiry on Media and Democracy and is free and open to the public.


Thursday, April 9th (7:00-8:00 pm)

To Intervene or Not? Government Decision-Making in Times of Genocide and Mass Atrocities

April 9, 2015

Where: EMU Ballroom, University of Oregon

Government Decision-Making in Times of Genocide and Mass Atrocities

A Conversation with Joel Beinin on ISIS

April 8, 2015

Where: 2-4 Condon and 176 Lokey Education building

Prof. Joel Beinin from Stanford University will be joining the UO community for a conversation about ISIS and its implications for the state and society in the Middle East.

Join an nformal discussion. Lunch will be provided.

Die Weiße Rose exhibit

January 5, 2015 to March 20, 2015

Where: University of Oregon Global Scholars Hall, first floor and mezzanine

An exhibit chronicling The White Rose resistance group in Nazi Germany will be held throughout winter term 2015. Formed by University of Munich students and their professor, The white Rose was a small, non-violent resistance group in Germany that spoke out against Nazi policies.

Click here for more information.