Together with a team at the University of Idaho, librarians at the UO received a $49,919 digital humanities advancement grant from the National Endowment for the Humanities to develop new technology-focused teaching plans for humanities courses.
A UO professor has distilled 10 years of research on birth control and women’s experiences surrounding it into a new book that’s already sparking conversations across the country.
A new study by UO researchers found passive solar could furnish a third of home heating needs!
UO chemist Geraldine Richmond has been confirmed as the new undersecretary of science and energy for the federal Department of Energy following a voice vote by the U.S. Senate.
After a year and a half of canceled, scaled back, and performed over Zoom, University Theatre is back with a full roster of in-theater productions.
Cornesha Tweede to host roundtable and lead panel on perceptions of blackness in Spanish society.
Marvel and Penguin Classics are producing a new series, starting with the Black Panther, Captain America, and The Amazing Spider Man.
An environmental symposium featuring Black and Indigenous activists and scholars will bring together students, faculty, staff and community members to discuss significant efforts being made on local and national levels.
Amid a global effort to transition to more climate-friendly biofuel options, a UO chemistry professor is helping develop carbon-free fermentation technology.
UO professor Mark Carey will join researchers from around the globe in an effort to better understand the ice loss happening across Greenland as well as the social issues Greenlanders are facing as a result.
Ram Durairajan has been awarded more than $2 million in funding from the National Science Foundation and $200,000 from the Internet Society Foundation to support projects in his lab all aimed at making the internet more resilient against threats of all kinds.
November is National Native American Heritage Month, and many opportunities are available to explore and learn about the history, heritage and culture of Indigenous people.
Economist Eric Sou finds evidence some companies time emissions to avoid detection
Alison Gash of Political Science discusses abortion rights for The Conversation.
The UO Department of Linguistics has received a federal COVID-19 relief grant to support curriculum, outreach and student employees in the Northwest Indian Language Institute and National Breath of Life Archival Institute for Indigenous Languages.
A team of three UO faculty members and one undergraduate student are creating a new, innovative curriculum for first-year Arabic at the UO.
UO chemists have developed a blueprint for PI3K and identified where a critical regulatory protein binds to enzyme, a finding with potential to help boost the effort to build more specific cancer drugs.
Six CAS graduate students are awarded the Raymund Fellows.