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    This was a winning combination for Lucy Gubbins, ’12, who transformed her undergrad research skills into a career as a “user experience researcher.”

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25 CAS Students Among New Class of Morse Scholars

The Morse Scholars program brings together students to take on big questions about citizenship and democracy.

Chem Prof Named AAAS Fellow

Marina Guenza joins 43 other current or retired CAS faculty members who share the distinction of being recognized as AAAS Fellows.

UO’s Marine Biology Program Ranked #3

OIMB offers “extensive resources, countless research and internship opportunities and a unified passion for all things oceanic.”

Humanities Alliance Addresses Student Demand

Bringing together popular fields (Comic Studies, Digital Humanities) to address student demand, create career portfolio-building opportunities.

CAS Welcomes 45 New Faculty Members

Spanning the range of humanities, social sciences and natural sciences disciplines, our new faculty bring deep expertise and fresh perspectives. 

Freedom of Expression: The Role of Protest in Transforming Education

Oct. 8, join Kathleen Cleaver and Danny Glover for a roundtable discussion, hosted by faculty in History and the Black Studies initiative. 

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