Faculty and Staff
UO team led by biologist Paul Cziko found that Weddell seals produce sounds at frequencies that are inaudible to humans.
Economics student and Ronald E. McNair Scholar Matthew Dodier examines the effect of wildfire smoke on respiratory health.
A study co-authored by UO chemistry professor Geraldine Richmond found that insufficient interactions with advisers and peers, along with financial problems, are derailing career aspirations of women and minority groups pursing graduate degrees in the nation’s highest-funded chemistry programs.
Physicist Tien-Tien Yu and biochemist Scott Hansen were named recipients of the NSF’s Career Awards, which fund research and education activities for five consecutive years.
Kelly Robles, doctoral student in psychology at the UO, lead the new study.
The Modern Language Association has awarded Kirby Brown an honorable mention for Stoking the Fire: Nationhood in Cherokee Writing 1907-1970 for the MLA prize for Studies in Native American Literatures, Cultures and Languages.
Eric Zhao, assistant professor of economics, is part of the research team that found the improved air quality and reduced ozone pollution that followed the 1970 passage of the U.S. Clean Air Act and later amendments have saved the lives of 1.5 billion birds across the continent.
In celebrating 2020 Native American Heritage Month, Around the O has created a collection of stories spotlighting individuals across the university.
Carol Stabile writes about the history of “law and order” TV programming that ignores the perspective of the policed.
Sociolinguist Devin Grammon presented recommendations to the City of Eugene.
Laura Pulido, professor of Geography and Indigenous, Race and Ethnic Studies, has been recognized for her scholarship and leadership.
La Serenata (“The Serenade”) has won the inaugural “HBO Latino/ Official Latino Short Film Competition.” (more…)
Epic migration of 242 miles—from southwest Wyoming to eastern Idaho—revealed in new maps and documentation from UO Infographics team.
Philosophy professor Bonnie Mann, in aTimes op-ed, responds to Congressional testimony of Marie Yovanovitch.
Geographer Peter Walker says attacks by militias on federal employees have unintended effects, creating community sympathy for those workers. (more…)
Creative writing instructor Brian Trapp memorializes his severely disabled brother in this moving Kenyon Review essay. (more…)
WaPo features historian Jeffrey Ostler’s new book, which explores how expanding American democracy hurt Native Americans. (more…)
Thorrson, associate professor of English, is currently writing a book about Morrison in the 1970s. (more…)
Sociologist CJ Pascoe found that “no homo” conveyed positive emotional expressions like friendship. (more…)
Alaí Reyes-Santos transformed her Race, Ethics, Justice course into an opportunity for her students to take part in a humanitarian intervention. (more…)
15 CAS faculty—from classics to cinema studies to psychology and biology—have been honored. (more…)
History prof Leslie Alexander interviewed by Mo Rocca on CBS Sunday Morning re: civil rights pioneer Elizabeth Jennings. (more…)
“Visual Clave,” co-curated by anthro/folklore prof Phil Scher, at Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art through 4/21. (more…)
Spanning the range of humanities, social sciences and natural sciences disciplines, our new faculty bring deep expertise and fresh perspectives. (more…)
Voice of America interviews comics artists, cosplay participants and English prof Ben Saunders at San Diego Comic Con. (more…)
In Ms Magazine piece, prof Carol Stabile draws from her new book re: women fighting sexism and racism in Hollywood, decades before #
Curated by English professor Ben Saunders. Read the Forbes magazine coverage. (more…)
Five scientists receive National Science Foundation’s “most prestigious awards in support of junior faculty” (more…)
Four biologists, a chemist and an economist receive prestigious honor. (more…)
JPR interview with Betsy Wheeler: How people with disabilities are represented in literature (more…)
Laura Pulido helped start a movement to protect minorities from health hazards (more…)
George Wickes, professor emeritus of English, is featured in new Ken Burns documentary, “The Vietnam War.” (more…)
Mike Copperman set out to teach poor kids in the Mississippi Delta. But who was teaching whom? (more…)
David Wineland, a physicist who earned a Nobel Prize in 2012, is joining CAS. (more…)
CJ Pascoe interview: “The Science of Sexism—Why Workplaces Are So Hard To Change.” (more…)
Many CAS faculty are among those honored at recent ceremony for having received promotions or tenure. (more…)
Two research teams led by CAS faculty win UO interdisciplinary awards. (more…)
These curious kindergartners got as close to bees as a person can without getting stung. (more…)
A dozen members of the College of Arts and Sciences are selected to receive Fund for Faculty Excellence Awards. (more…)
Seven College of Arts and Sciences faculty are recognized with 2017 Research Excellence Awards.
A psychology professor and the College’s director of communications are among those receiving awards. (more…)
Seven College of Arts and Sciences faculty are among those receiving the University’s top teaching award. (more…)