Upcoming blood drive, earthquake drill, STI testing and more.
Upcoming blood drive, earthquake drill, STI testing and more.
Quick Quack
Thursday, October 14, 2021
  • University Housing is hiring students for dining venues. Dining jobs are conveniently located on campus and provide flexible schedules and meal discounts. Log into your Handshake account and search UO Dining to apply. No previous work experience required.
  • Are you a student who has just started a UO Dining job or know of someone looking to apply? University Housing is now offering Dining Hiring Incentives.
  • Keep track of vaccination rates and COVID-19 cases on campus through the COVID-19 Safety Dashboard. The dashboard is updated every Monday.
  • The UO will continue to enforce safety regulations to prevent the spread of COVID-19 on campus. This means masks are required in all buildings.
  • Ventilation and cleaning has been increased in classrooms and offices. There's more airflow, cleaning protocols and sanitizer dispensers across campus.
  • All students and employees subject to the vaccination requirement who are not fully vaccinated are required to undergo weekly COVID-19 testing through the Monitoring and Assessment Program (MAP).
  • For more information about the UO's vaccination and safety requirements, check out our Vaccine FAQs page.
  • The Rec Center will hold STI/STD testing Wednesday, Oct. 20, 1:00–5:00 p.m. in room SRC 87. Testing is first-come, first-serve. Students will be billed through University Health Services.
  • Students from underrepresented communties are invited to apply for the spring 2022 paid Leadership Enrichment Internship. Application deadline is Oct. 22.
  • Develop leadership and service skills through the year-long Emerging Leadership Project. All students are welcome. Application deadline is Nov. 3.
  • First-year and tranfer students can join the First-Year Experience Community, a year-long course designed to help new students make connections and achieve success.
  • Peer Academic Coaching is now available. Schedule regular meetings or one-time appointments for one-on-one learning support.
  • There's an alternative to walking home alone at night. Duck Rides provides all students with free safe transportation every day, 6:00 p.m.–midnight.
  • Donate blood to help out the Eugene-Springfield community. The UO will hold a blood drive on campus Tuesday, Oct. 19, 9:00 a.m.–4:00 p.m. in the basement of Gerlinger Annex.
  • The UO is participating in the annual Great Oregon Shakeout Thursday, Oct. 21, at 2:21 p.m. The campus will send a message via UOAlert asking everyone to drop, cover and hold.
  • All students, faculty, and staff of color and their allies are invited to Weaving New Beginnings Wednesday, Oct. 27, 5:00–7:00 p.m. in the EMU ballroom. The event will also be held on the UO Portland campus and virtually via Zoom.
  • Learn how to avoid fraud and identity theft at the virtual No Fraud Allowed workshop Wednesday, Oct. 20, 4:00–5:00 p.m.
  • Go over career paths, interview tips and more with Duck alumni and employers at the Career Fair prep session Thursday, Oct. 21, 4:00–5:00 p.m. 
  • Join the discussion on racially targeted hate and how it influences our daily lives at the Understanding and Overcoming Anti-Asian Hate webinar Oct. 28, 6:00–7:30 p.m.
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