The College of Design Student Services office holds numerous events throughout the fall, winter, and spring quarters of each academic year. Our events are designed to help connect students with professionals through networking activities and/or are opportunities for students to develop skills related to career pursuit and advancement. We work with student groups to sponsor and support their activities providing career and professional development opportunities such as Shadow Mentor Day, Lunch & Learn Panels, Portfolio Jams and workshops.
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Winter Term 2019
Workshop: How to Get the Most from the Recruitment Fair
Tuesday, February 12, noon–1:00 p.m.
1190 Franklin Boulevard, Eugene
This free, drop-in workshop is for College of Design majors who want to learn more about the Recruitment Fair, how to prepare for it, strategies to target and talk with firms, what employers will be looking for, and more. Students who are majors at any level are encouraged and welcome to come!
School of Architecture & Environment Recruitment Fair
Thursday, February 14, 11:00 a.m.–4:00 p.m.
Throughout first and second floors of Lawrence Hall
1190 Franklin Boulevard, Eugene
This event is free to all College of Design majors! Professionals who represent a wide range of careers in architecture, interior architecture, landscape architecture, construction, engineering, consulting, and planning come for the day to meet students as prospective employees and interns. Firms may elect to hold interviews on-site.
All College of Design students are encouraged to participate and explore the skill sets that firms are seeking (including art historians, visual and product designers, and media specialists)!
2019 Recruitment Fair Title Sponsors:
Preferred Partner Sponsors:
Enhanced Participant Sponsors:
All Participating Firms:
Ankrom Moisan Architects
Carleton Hart Architecture
CAS Architects, Inc.
CB Two Architects
Dahlin Group Architecture Planning
FFA Architecture and Interiors, Inc.
Field Paoli Architects
Graham Landscape and Design, LLC
Hennebery Eddy Architects
High Plains Architects
Jim Landin, Architect
King Retail Solutions
Neumann Sloat Arnold Architects
Price Architects, Inc.
SERA Architects, Inc.
Studio 3 Architecture
Wiss, Janney, Elstner Associates, Inc.
Wold Architects & Engineers
Yost Grube Hall Architects
Spring Term 2019
Locations in both Portland and Eugene
The HOPES Conference is an annual event held each spring by the Ecological Design Center, a student group at the University of Oregon. The conference is an opportunity for students, faculty, community members, and visiting scholars to discuss the relationship between ecology and various design disciplines, and how this connection can produce sustainable solutions to contemporary problems.
The conference consists of a combination of panels, keynote speakers, workshops, exhibitions, and excursions. Past topics addressed during the conference include: environmental literacy, food sustainability issues, religion and the environment, product innovation, and biomimicry. Over the past decade the conference has brought such luminaries as Shigeru Ban, Sim Van der Ryn, Lola Sheppard, Sean Ahlquist, Neri Oxman, Carlo Ratti and Clare Cooper Marcus to the University of Oregon campus.
See hopes.uoregon.edu for details.
Fall Term 2019
School of Planning, Public Policy and Management Professional Development Fair
Coordinated by the PPPM SCO Student Community Organization, this tabled event brings professionals from non-profit, government and private organizations representing the wide range of prospective career paths PPPM student are considering. Students can engage with each organization to learn about opportunities and general careers.
College of Design Table Jam
Representatives from all of the college student groups will share their activities and membership opportunities at information tables.
Student Leaders Lunches
Student leaders will gather monthly over lunch to share resources, ideas, foster collaboration and discuss student issues and concerns with the Associate Dean for Academic Affairs.
We will host information sessions from a variety of professional and non-profit organizations seeking to recruit students.