Throw Your O

Hands throwing the O

What does it mean to #ThrowYourO?
It’s how you make your mark on the world. It’s how you find your passions.
When you’re a Duck, it’s what you do for the rest of your life.

Understanding #ThrowYourO

The #ThrowYourO effort invites Ducks everywhere to share on social media how they throw their O in pursuit of excellence every day.

The Future Starts Now
The University of Oregon launches the $1 billion Phil and Penny Knight Campus for Accelerating Scientific Impact.

Celebrating Students

Whether it's Alysia Kezerian's inspiring address at commencement, PhD student Jennifer Hampton Hill's discovery that could someday lead to new treatments for Type 1 diabetes, or Amelia Fitch becoming the first Duck to win the Gates Cambridge Scholarship, we celebrate the great achievements of all our amazing students.


Catching a Wave
A team from the University of Oregon helps prove Einstein’s theory of relativity.
A Medal Delivered
Endless curiosity fueled Geri Richmond's rise to the National Medal of Science

Honoring Our Olympians

Six medals. Four golds. Seven countries. Twenty current and former Ducks. We honor our student-athletes who respresentd their countries and their university at the 2016 Olympics Games in Rio, including sprinter Jenna Prandini and hurdler Devon Allen.


Olympic Rings

How Do You #ThrowYourO?

Kiara Galicinao, Class of 2017

Gustavo Feria, Class of 2018

Kate Flowers, BA '10