On Thursday, January 29, faculty, administrators and students from several academic units with interest in language teaching and international engagement took part in a...

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...

The National Science Foundation announced this week that the UO’s Network Startup Resource Center (NSRC) is the recipient of a $3,732,343 award...

Local and national media paid a lot of attention to the events and programs surrounding the 2014 IAAF World Junior Championships. Eugene newspapers and TV channels offered robust coverage of all...

International Faculty Database

International Faculty Database

Oregon African Studies Consortium

The Oregon African Studies Consortium (OASC) is a state-wise endeavor to develop international and institutional ties through shared curriculum, expanded study in five African languages, new student opportunities to study and intern in Africa, teacher training for K-university instructors, intellectual community building activities, and extensive community outreach programs.

The Consortium involves:

Rutherford Middle East Initiative

I.Bill Rutherford: Bill Rutherford is a successful, Portland-based investment manager and an alumnus of the University of Oregon. Rutherford’s generous contribution has enabled an extensive effort to create a new minor in Middle East studies at the University. The Rutherford Middle East Initiative is currently in its second year of a three-year gift.

Islamic Perspective on Violence

The Muslim Student Association event, Violence & Islam will be Friday, May 1, 6:30pm in the Ford Alumni Center. It will be about Islamic 'Perspective on Violence' including comedian and performers all the way from United Kingdom. The event is free admission.

Government Decision-Making in Times of Genocide and Mass Atrocities

The University of Oregon’s Genocide Prevention Initiative and the independent non-profit institute, Decision Research, will sponsor two events open to the public: a keynote speech by Ambassador Princeton Lyman on “Responding to Mass Atrocities: Personalities, Politics, and Principle” on April 9th, and an Open Panel Discussion,“Preventing Mass Atrocities and Genocide: Strategies for the Future” on April 10th. Admission is free for both events. All are welcome. 



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

Contact Us

Office of International Affairs Global Studies Institute PHONE: (541) 346-3206 EMAIL: gsi@uoregon.edu LOCATION: 110 Gerlinger Hall,  ADDRESS: 5209 University of Oregon Eugene, OR 97403, USA