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Events

 

Nov 3
Duck Preview Academic Interest Session10:45 a.m.

Visit the College of Design and learn about our dynamic programs in art, architecture, design, planning and more. Friday, October 13, Room 231 Lawrence Hall Friday, October 20,...
October 13–November 17
Lawrence Hall

Visit the College of Design and learn about our dynamic programs in art, architecture, design, planning and more.

Friday, October 13, Room 231 Lawrence Hall
Friday, October 20, Room 278 Lawrence Hall
Friday, November 3, Room 278 Lawrence Hall
Friday, November 17, Room 278 Lawrence Hall

You’ll hear from faculty members and academic advisors about the programs of interest to you and have a chance to tour our facilities in this special interest session. You can ask questions about application process and courses of interest to you. Representatives from our academic programs include:

School of Architecture & Environment

School of Art + Design

School of Planning, Public Policy and Management

Department of the History of Art and Architecture

Come to learn more about the academic areas of study in the college and how you can become a part of this active learning community. This is a drop in session available to interested students and families.

Also available is the half-day information and campus visit session offered each fall. The Duck Preview program offers presentations, advising information, and tours for prospective students and their families.

You can register for the UO Duck Preview using the online sign up and choose the date that works best for you. The College of Design interest session is included in the Duck Preview schedule of events.

Nov 3
Graduate Info Session: School of Planning, Public Policy and Managementnoon

As a graduate student in the School of Planning, Public Policy and Management you’ll acquire the power to positively affect not just your own future, but also the people,...
November 3 2017–January 12 2018
Hendricks Hall

As a graduate student in the School of Planning, Public Policy and Management you’ll acquire the power to positively affect not just your own future, but also the people, policies, organizations, communities, and environments around you.

Our School offers graduate degrees in Community & Regional Planning, Nonprofit Management, and Public Administration.

To more about our graduate programs and how you can gain a cross-disciplinary education and hands-on experience, attend one of our upcoming information sessions.

All info sessions are held in Hendricks Hall and lunch is included.

If you plan to attend, please RSVP to our Graduate Coordinator, Bob Choquette, at choquett@uoregon.edu

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