ASUO Street Faire, Fall Career Readiness Week and more.
ASUO Street Faire, Fall Career Readiness Week and more.
Quick Quack
Thursday, October 06, 2022
  • Join LGBT Education and Support Services in celebrating National Coming Out Day on Tuesday, Oct. 11, noon–5:00 p.m. in the EMU Amphitheater.
  • Check out the Outdoor Program for fun and engaging events and workshops throughout October, including a riverside cleanup on Saturday, Oct. 8, 11:00 a.m.–2:00 p.m.
  • Make a positive impact in the Eugene-Springfield community by joining the Fall Day of Service on Saturday, Oct. 15, 9:00 a.m.–1:00 p.m. 
  • All students, faculty members, and staff of color and their allies are invited to Weaving New Beginnings on Wednesday, Oct. 19, 5:00 p.m - 7:00 p.m. in the EMU Ballroom.
  • Discover your potential to positively impact the world through LeaderShape Institute, being held for four days during winter break. Applications due Monday, Oct. 24.
  • Bring friends and family to the ASUO Street Faire on Oct. 12–14 to enjoy a variety of local vendors and more!
  • Be aware of ASUO Street Faire closures on East 13th Avenue, Oct. 11–14. Traffic on wheels will need to slow down and walk.
  • Volunteer for the ASUO Street Faire and receive $10 in Duck Bucks for your help! 
Fall Career Readiness Week is set to kick off Friday, Oct. 21. Explore careers, develop skills, and build your network all week long. Here's a quick preview of scheduled events:
  • Onward Career Tours-Tech Edition
  • Your Future: How Peace Corps Service Influenced My Career Path
  • Resume Extravaganza
  • Casual Career Chat: Government and Global Affairs
  • UO Fall Career and Internship Expo
  • Fall Interview Day
For the complete schedule and more information, visit the University Career Center's events page.
  • First-year students: Check your UO email for your assigned time and location to attend your mandatory Get Explicit 101 Session on Oct. 8–9.
  • UO students can access a free subscription to The Wall Street Journal.
  • Stop by a campus Duck Store today and Friday, Oct. 7, to pick up this year’s selection for the UO Common Reading Program.
  • Give your input on the UO Libraries through a survey on student needs. Survey closes on Friday, Oct. 14.
  • The UO has released the annual Clery Report to provide individuals with information on safety, security programs, practices, and statistics.
  • Meet one-on-one with a Counseling Services staff member during free Let’s Talk drop-in sessions.
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