EUGENE, Oregon (Jan. 16, 2015) – The UNESCO Crossings Institute for Conflict-Sensitive Reporting and Intercultural Dialogue is the latest international unit at the University of...

Editorial Note: This article first appeared in Oregon Quarterly.

In Central Africa, members of the Gabon-Oregon Center's Urban Sustainability Program help create a...

This article was first published in Around the O on Tuesday, November 11.

It's four more years, and that's good news for two University of Oregon centers that deliver...

The industry-leading Design Intelligence report by the Design Futures Council has ranked UO School of Architecture as the nation’s best for sustainable design practices and principles.

The...

UNESCO Crossings Institute joins Global Studies Institute

EUGENE, Oregon (Jan. 16, 2015) – The UNESCO Crossings Institute for Conflict-Sensitive Reporting and Intercultural Dialogue is the latest international unit at the University of Oregon to join the Global Studies Institute (GSI).

With the Crossings Institute, GSI now has a total of eight international member units.

GOC: A Sustainable Redesign

Editorial Note: This article first appeared in Oregon Quarterly.

In Central Africa, members of the Gabon-Oregon Center's Urban Sustainability Program help create a Master Plan to revitalize the campus of Gabon's national university.

Renewed federal grants mean good news for two UO centers

This article was first published in Around the O on Tuesday, November 11.

It's four more years, and that's good news for two University of Oregon centers that deliver education programs for students studying foreign languages and regions, thanks to a new round of funding from the U.S. Department of Education under Title VI of the Higher Education Act of 1965.

UO Architecture returns to top for sustainability design

The industry-leading Design Intelligence report by the Design Futures Council has ranked UO School of Architecture as the nation’s best for sustainable design practices and principles.

The UO outranked the University of California, Berkeley, MIT and California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo.

UO hosts Globalization, Gender and Development Conference

The University of Oregon and its Department of Political Science are hosting the inaugural Globalization, Gender and Development Conference, October 23-24. The event will feature several multidisciplinary experts addressing modern issues of gender and development.

The conference was created by UO Professor Erin Beck and Professor Emerita Jane Jaquette from Occidental College. Both scholars noticed amazing and inspiring research related to gender taking place at the University of Oregon and thought of a way to bring UO's experts together with those from across the country

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International Guest Apartment - Request Form

The apartment is available for international visiting faculty and scholars and must be requested by the inviting UO department.

Global Research Interactive Map

An interactive web site showcasing the research done by UO faculty around the world

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Office of International Affairs
Global Studies Institute
PHONE: (541) 346-3206
EMAIL: gsi@uoregon.edu

LOCATION:
Oregon Hall, Room 333

ADDRESS:
5209 University of Oregon
Eugene, OR 97403, USA