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Jan 5
Master of Science in Finance Information Session 4:00 p.m.

Join us for this 30-minute information session to learn about our 12-month STEM- and CFA-certified Master of Science in Finance program, potential career outcomes, real-world...
Master of Science in Finance Information Session
January 5
4:00–4:30 p.m.

Join us for this 30-minute information session to learn about our 12-month STEM- and CFA-certified Master of Science in Finance program, potential career outcomes, real-world investing experience, and our award-winning faculty. Take the first step toward your career in finance with us.

Jan 10
How to Create a Competitive Master of Science in Finance Application noon

Join us for a 45-minute information session and learn to create a competitive application for our Master of Science in Finance program. During this presentation, members of the...
How to Create a Competitive Master of Science in Finance Application
January 10
noon
Lillis Business Complex Room 145

Join us for a 45-minute information session and learn to create a competitive application for our Master of Science in Finance program. During this presentation, members of the admissions team will provide insight on how to stand out from the crowd. We'll review the application process, GPA requirements, transcripts, resume tips, and the interview process, and discuss how to prepare for the GMAT or GRE exams, write a strong statement of purpose, and select the right recommenders. We look forward to having you join us, ask questions, and feel confident in your application to program.

Jan 27
The Wolves 7:30 p.m.

An indoor soccer field somewhere in suburban America. A team of high school age girls. Winter. Saturdays. Playwright Sarah DeLappe invites an audience into the warm-up circle...
The Wolves
January 27–February 11
7:30–9:30 p.m.
Miller Theatre Complex Hope Theatre

An indoor soccer field somewhere in suburban America. A team of high school age girls. Winter. Saturdays. Playwright Sarah DeLappe invites an audience into the warm-up circle along with nine young women who tackle big life questions while they joke, stretch, train, and play. [Ages 13+ for strong language and adult themes.]

 

THE WOLVES  by Sarah deLappe Directed by Tricia Rodley Opening night: January 27th 7:30 pm January 28. February 3, 4, 10, 11 @ 7:30 pm Matinee: February 5 @ 2:00 pm

 

Doors open an hour before the show, no late seating.

 

“The Wolves” is presented by arrangement with Concord Theatricals on behalf of Samuel French, Inc. www.concordtheatricals.com

 

 

Jan 28
The Wolves 7:30 p.m.

An indoor soccer field somewhere in suburban America. A team of high school age girls. Winter. Saturdays. Playwright Sarah DeLappe invites an audience into the warm-up circle...
The Wolves
January 27–February 11
7:30–9:30 p.m.
Miller Theatre Complex Hope Theatre

An indoor soccer field somewhere in suburban America. A team of high school age girls. Winter. Saturdays. Playwright Sarah DeLappe invites an audience into the warm-up circle along with nine young women who tackle big life questions while they joke, stretch, train, and play. [Ages 13+ for strong language and adult themes.]

 

THE WOLVES  by Sarah deLappe Directed by Tricia Rodley Opening night: January 27th 7:30 pm January 28. February 3, 4, 10, 11 @ 7:30 pm Matinee: February 5 @ 2:00 pm

 

Doors open an hour before the show, no late seating.

 

“The Wolves” is presented by arrangement with Concord Theatricals on behalf of Samuel French, Inc. www.concordtheatricals.com

 

 

Feb 3
The Digital Transformation Lab: Business Processes 10:00 a.m.

The Digital Transformation Lab is an informal and inclusive gathering for anyone interested in learning more about digital transformation strategy in action. People of all skill...
The Digital Transformation Lab: Business Processes
February 3
10:00 a.m.–12:00 p.m.
Lillis Business Complex Room 440

The Digital Transformation Lab is an informal and inclusive gathering for anyone interested in learning more about digital transformation strategy in action. People of all skill levels and backgrounds are welcome to attend to learn about developing business efficiency and productivity through the implementation of digital technologies. Coffee and snacks will be provided.

Gatherings are in-person and typically include an introduction to a topic related to digital transformation, a real-world example of how it is enacted, and opportunities for hands-on practice alongside members of the University of Oregon Foundation team.

What is digital transformation?

Digital transformation is the process of changing business practices and culture across an organization to deliver value in new ways, through digital technologies that increase efficiency and business agility. It can take many different paths, depending on what the organization is trying to achieve, by introducing technologies such as big data, cloud computing, machine learning, and more. Digital transformation also involves a significant shift in culture, processes, and workflows, which are just as critical as innovation and technology implementation in successful strategy execution.

Why should I care about digital transformation?

Digital technologies are changing the ways in which we do business, from reshaping individual companies to disrupting entire industries. To remain competitive, organizations need leaders who can leverage their understanding of the digital landscape to develop cross-functional transformation strategies.

You might be interested in dropping into The Digital Transformation Lab if you would like to learn more about:

Business process mapping and process optimization Value stream tracking and management Change management Program and project management Data governance Data integration and architectures Scrum and Agile methodologies Software development and DevOps Serverless applications Cloud infrastructures Web APIs How all these things work together

Who is hosting the Digital Transformation Lab?

Under the direction of the Professional Edge program in the Lundquist College of Business, the University of Oregon Foundation will provide students access to systems and personnel to facilitate their hands-on learning experience within a digital laboratory environment. The UO Foundation's objective is to provide an opportunity for students to apply their learning in the real world, as well as offering mentorship and support.

Do I need any experience with digital transformation to attend?

Nope! Just bring your curiosity (and a laptop, if you have one).

Feb 3
The Wolves 7:30 p.m.

An indoor soccer field somewhere in suburban America. A team of high school age girls. Winter. Saturdays. Playwright Sarah DeLappe invites an audience into the warm-up circle...
The Wolves
January 27–February 11
7:30–9:30 p.m.
Miller Theatre Complex Hope Theatre

An indoor soccer field somewhere in suburban America. A team of high school age girls. Winter. Saturdays. Playwright Sarah DeLappe invites an audience into the warm-up circle along with nine young women who tackle big life questions while they joke, stretch, train, and play. [Ages 13+ for strong language and adult themes.]

 

THE WOLVES  by Sarah deLappe Directed by Tricia Rodley Opening night: January 27th 7:30 pm January 28. February 3, 4, 10, 11 @ 7:30 pm Matinee: February 5 @ 2:00 pm

 

Doors open an hour before the show, no late seating.

 

“The Wolves” is presented by arrangement with Concord Theatricals on behalf of Samuel French, Inc. www.concordtheatricals.com

 

 

Feb 4
The Wolves 7:30 p.m.

An indoor soccer field somewhere in suburban America. A team of high school age girls. Winter. Saturdays. Playwright Sarah DeLappe invites an audience into the warm-up circle...
The Wolves
January 27–February 11
7:30–9:30 p.m.
Miller Theatre Complex Hope Theatre

An indoor soccer field somewhere in suburban America. A team of high school age girls. Winter. Saturdays. Playwright Sarah DeLappe invites an audience into the warm-up circle along with nine young women who tackle big life questions while they joke, stretch, train, and play. [Ages 13+ for strong language and adult themes.]

 

THE WOLVES  by Sarah deLappe Directed by Tricia Rodley Opening night: January 27th 7:30 pm January 28. February 3, 4, 10, 11 @ 7:30 pm Matinee: February 5 @ 2:00 pm

 

Doors open an hour before the show, no late seating.

 

“The Wolves” is presented by arrangement with Concord Theatricals on behalf of Samuel French, Inc. www.concordtheatricals.com

 

 

Feb 5
The Wolves 2:00 p.m.

An indoor soccer field somewhere in suburban America. A team of high school age girls. Winter. Saturdays. Playwright Sarah DeLappe invites an audience into the warm-up circle...
The Wolves
January 27–February 11
2:00–4:00 p.m.
Miller Theatre Complex Hope Theatre

An indoor soccer field somewhere in suburban America. A team of high school age girls. Winter. Saturdays. Playwright Sarah DeLappe invites an audience into the warm-up circle along with nine young women who tackle big life questions while they joke, stretch, train, and play. [Ages 13+ for strong language and adult themes.]

 

THE WOLVES  by Sarah deLappe Directed by Tricia Rodley Opening night: January 27th 7:30 pm January 28. February 3, 4, 10, 11 @ 7:30 pm Matinee: February 5 @ 2:00 pm

 

Doors open an hour before the show, no late seating.

 

“The Wolves” is presented by arrangement with Concord Theatricals on behalf of Samuel French, Inc. www.concordtheatricals.com

 

 

Feb 7
New Perspectives on the Ancient World Lecture Series "Regional Networks and The Origins of Cities in Ancient West Africa" 3:30 p.m.

Lecture by Stephen Dueppen, Anthropology, University of Oregon Cities emerged in the first millennium BC in the Inland Niger Delta of Mali, but the regional cultural and...
New Perspectives on the Ancient World Lecture Series "Regional Networks and The Origins of Cities in Ancient West Africa"
February 7
3:30–5:00 p.m.
McKenzie Hall 375

Lecture by Stephen Dueppen, Anthropology, University of Oregon

Cities emerged in the first millennium BC in the Inland Niger Delta of Mali, but the regional cultural and economic settings within which they developed are not well understood. Archaeological research in the Mouhoun Bend region of neighboring Burkina Faso spanning the first millennium BC and early first millennium AD indicates that interconnected networks of farming settlements were well-established in the greater region in the period prior to and during urban growth. This presentation will examine the social, religious, economic and political data from archaeological excavations in the Mouhoun Bend to provide new perspectives on the intercultural setting that enabled and shaped the more well-known urban societies in Mali. It suggests that understanding deeper histories throughout the region, including the development of possible marketplace nodes, provides new insights into the first millennium BC origins of urbanism.

Feb 7
“The Intersection of Art and Social Justice” 5:30 p.m.

Cartoonist Keith Knight takes a deep dive on 20 artists who inspired him to use his art to address social issues. Folks like Ollie Harrington, Langston Hughes, Octavia Butler,...
“The Intersection of Art and Social Justice”
February 7
5:30 p.m.

Cartoonist Keith Knight takes a deep dive on 20 artists who inspired him to use his art to address social issues. Folks like Ollie Harrington, Langston Hughes, Octavia Butler, Oscar Michaux, James Baldwin, alongside current artists like Dread Scott, Public Enemy, and Fly.

Keith Knight is a cartoonist and author of the comic strips The K Chronicles, (Th)ink, and The Knight Life. As a public speaker, Knight presents comic strip slideshows addressing racial illiteracy and police brutality and the role it has played since the early years of the United States. He is a co-creator and co-writer of Hulu’s streaming series Woke, based on The K Chronicles and Knight’s life. Knight is part of a generation of African-American artists who were raised on hip-hop, and infuse their work with urgency, edge, humor, satire, politics, and race. His art has appeared in various publications, including the New Yorker, the Washington Post, Daily KOS, San Francisco Chronicle, Medium.com, Ebony, ESPN the Magazine, L.A. Weekly, MAD Magazine, and the Funny Times.