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June 28, 2017

Celebrating an Achievement

Many CAS faculty are among those honored at recent ceremony for having received promotions or tenure. (more…)

June 21, 2017

Recognizing Promising Projects

Two research teams led by CAS faculty win UO interdisciplinary awards. (more…)

June 13, 2017

Hive Mind

These curious kindergartners got as close to bees as a person can without getting stung. (more…)

June 12, 2017

Twelve Talented Teachers

A dozen members of the College of Arts and Sciences are selected to receive Fund for Faculty Excellence Awards. (more…)

May 30, 2017

Two from CAS Honored

A psychology professor and the College’s director of communications are among those receiving awards. (more…)

May 24, 2017

Distinguished Educators

Seven College of Arts and Sciences faculty are among those receiving the University’s top teaching award. (more…)

May 12, 2017

Scher Named Divisional Dean

Professor Philip Scher of anthropology has been named Divisional Dean for Social Sciences. (more…)

March 18, 2017

Overly Harsh Criticism

The European Union is faring better than the critics say, according to political science professor Craig Parsons. (more…)

March 10, 2017

Dean Honors Tykeson Winners

Three faculty members were recently honored with the 2017 Tykeson Teaching Awards. (more…)

February 18, 2017

Superpowers of His Own

Look for Ben Saunders, of the comic and cartoon studies program, in a documentary on superheroes this weekend.


November 16, 2016

Looking for Insight

UO neuroscientists studying vision in mice are learning more about how we make decisions. (more…)

November 12, 2016

Ape Expert

Anthropologist Frances White‘s research shows bonobo apes are more human-like than we think. (more…)

November 1, 2016

Chief Atom Smasher

Physicist Jim Brau is named to the international group developing the next generation of particle colliders. (more…)

August 25, 2016

Occupation Aftermath

Geography professor Peter Walker says you can still see effects in the community from the takeover of the Malheur refuge. (more…)

June 27, 2016

The Way to Grow

Professor Tim Duy weighs in on the most effective ways that states can boost their economies. (more…)

May 29, 2016

Cutting Edge Comics

Ben Saunders organizes an exhibit about the irreverent comic book company EC Comics. (more…)

May 28, 2016

Getting the Dirt on Garbage

It’s been a challenge since the dawn of civilization: How do we get rid of our garbage?dicus (more…)

May 27, 2016

Imagination Exploration

Psychology professor Marjorie Taylor‘s study on children with imaginary friends gets attention from NPR. (more…)

May 25, 2016

Worth The Wait

After a weather-related delay, chemistry professor Geri Richmond receives the Medal of Science. (more…)

May 12, 2016

“An Optimistic Eye on the Future”

W. Andrew Marcus has been named permanent Tykeson Dean of Arts and Sciences. (more…)

May 11, 2016

Small Matters, National Stage

Biologist Jessica Green was recently on an elite panel discussing research on complex systems of microorganisms. (more…)

Quantum Conundrum

UO scientists ask the question, “is life a classical physics process or a quantum physics process?”


May 3, 2016

Lending a Fuzzy Hand

Phil Fisher and two Muppets

Two Muppets upstaged one of the world’s leading neuroscientists at a recent conference, but it was all in good fun.


April 28, 2016

Easy Decision

Psychologist Paul Slovic, an expert on risk and decision-making, has been elected into the National Academy of Sciences. (more…)

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