College of Design News

LaVerne Krause Gallery Hosts "Ghost Forest" Exhibition Until May 4

Sponsored by the Center for the Study of Women in Society as part of its 50th anniversary and the UO’s Environment Initiative, “Ghost Forest" will run from April 24-May 4 in the LaVerne Krauss Gallery in Lawrence Hall. Eugene artist Sarah Grew teams up with sound artist Jon Bellona, a senior instructor at the UO’s School of Music and Dance who teaches audio production, for this latest exhibition about wildfires.

Outspoken:  A Manifesto for the Twenty-First Century

The latest publication featuring the dean of the College of Design is now available.

UO students co-host APRU global climate change simulation

The University of Oregon is co-hosting the Student Global Climate Change Simulation sponsored by the Association of Pacific Rim Universities.

Latest Edition of "ARTFORUM" Features Top Ten from UO Associate Professor

In the latest issue of ARTFORUM, Associate Professor of Art, Rick Silva, shared his top 10 with the publication.

Associate Professor Profiled in Stories of Water Power Champions

Yekang Ko, Associate Professor of Landscape Architecture at the University of Oregon, was profiled for Women's History Month by the U.S. Department of Energy’s (DOE) Water Power Technologies Office (WPTO). The profile showcased stories from water power champions who are on the frontlines of building an equitable and just energy future.

IHBE Awarded Grant to Tackle Urban Agriculture

There is cause for celebration in the Institute for Health in the Built Environment (IHBE), courtesy of a nearly $1 million award from

College of Design Pays Tribute to Thomas Hacker

An influential architect and a treasured College of Design faculty member, Thomas Hacker, FAIA, 81, died on February 27.