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Company Overview of University of Oregon
University of Oregon (UO) is an educational institution that offers undergraduate and graduate programs in architecture, arts, business, finance, biology, chemistry, english, engineering, economics, anthropology, humanities, law, education, and journalism. The schools and colleges of the university include School of Architecture and Allied Arts, School of Music, Charles H. Lundquist College of Business, College of Arts and Sciences, College of Education, and School of Journalism and Communication. UO was established in 1872 and is based in Eugene, Oregon. It has endowment assets worth $210 million.
1585 East 13th Avenue
Eugene, OR 97403
Founded in 1872
Key Executives for University of Oregon
Dean, Lundquist College of Business
Associate Vice President of Development
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2014.
University of Oregon Key Developments
Panini America Reaches Exclusive Multi-Year Trading Card Agreement with University of Oregon
Dec 15 14
Panini America announced that it has reached an exclusive multi-year trading card agreement with The University of Oregon that will allow the company to use the schools' team logos and university marks in its trading card products for college specific trading card sets as well as Panini's professionally licensed products for the NBA, NFL, NFL Players Inc. and MLBPA. The deal was negotiated on behalf of the University of Oregon by Atlanta-based Fermata Partners, which recently announced a licensing agreement with the school. As part of the agreement, Panini will produce a number of University of Oregon-only trading card collections throughout the agreement featuring prominent athletes that have played for the University of Oregon across all sports, as well as famous alumni.
Star Minerals Group Ltd. Collaborates with US Department of Energy on Metal Extraction from Geothermal Brines
Dec 9 14
Star Minerals Group Limited announced that it has signed a multi-party agreement to participate in a research project aimed at recovering rare earth elements, precious metals and other critical materials from geothermal brines using advanced sorbent structures. The research is being managed by Pacific Northwest National Laboratories (PNNL) with the majority of project funding coming from the US Department of Energy (DOE) and the Office of Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy (EERE). In addition to PNNL, the DOE, EERE and Star, other project participants include Barr Engineering Co. (Barr) and the University of Oregon. The objective of the program is to evaluate, develop and demonstrate flexible, scalable mineral extraction technology for geothermal brines based upon solid phase sorbent materials. Techno-economic modeling will be done to determine the conditions where the developed technology is viable. The technology will enable effective extraction of strategic/critical metals while providing an economic benefit to the geothermal operation. Metals of interest include the rare earths, in particular "heavy" rare earths, gold, silver and platinum group metals, zinc, manganese, tellurium, scandium, selenium and uranium. Star's goal is to help develop an economically viable technology that allows the company to achieve its overall corporate goal, and primary focus, of developing sources of strategic metals for downstream use in "green" energy technologies. The research program is scheduled over a 2-year period with all participants providing time and/or funding to the project. Star's contribution is USD 150,000 over the 2-year period along with consulting time. The total project budget is estimated at USD 650,000.
University of Oregon Appoints Scott Coltrane as Interim President
Aug 8 14
The University of Oregon Board of Trustees appointed provost Scott Coltrane as interim president after President Michael Gottfredson announced he would resign after two years in the position. Gottfredson gave no reason for stepping down other than a desire to spend more time with his family, and his decision was effective almost immediately. Coltrane has been provost since Feb. 13 and was previously dean of the College of Arts and Sciences at the university.
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