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University of Oregon Overview The University of Oregon is a public university in Eugene, Oregon. Founded in 1876, the ...

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University of Oregon Overview

The University of Oregon is a public university in Eugene, Oregon. Founded in 1876, the flagship research institution has a 295-acre campus that sits on the Willamette River. It has 19 institutes and research centers and is part of the Association of American Universities. The university has 272 undergrad and graduate programs that are available to students, but something that sets it apart is that it does not offer any medicine or engineering programs. The athletic program is part of the Pacific-12 Conference. Two of its notable graduates are Phil Knight and the late Bill Bowerman, the co-founders of Nike, and Knight is heavily invested in designing and providing athletic apparatus for the teams. Student-athletes on university teams compete as the Ducks; the teams' mascot is The Oregon Duck.

University of Oregon Job Opportunities

University of Oregon jobs are available to those looking for careers as well as students who want to earn extra money while they attend school. When applicants hear of job openings at this institution, many people first think of positions as professors, but there are many more options. Departments such as administration, human resources, accounting and finance, library support, health care, and facilities management often have jobs available to qualified candidates. Those who do want to become professors at the U of O typically must have master's degrees or doctorates in the subjects they wish to teach.

University of Oregon Work Culture

The culture at U of O is one of health and a good work-life balance. The campus is tobacco- and smoke-free, and staff members are eligible for a variety of resources to assist with maintaining a good balance. Employees also receive the option for reduced tuition for themselves and applicable family members. The school is culturally diverse and supportive of candidates from all backgrounds and in all types of life situations.

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