University Theatre will present a play reading of Dominic Taylor’s “Personal History.”
UO biologist Stilianos Louca plans to explore how microbial life has evolved over billions of years.
UO researcher and volcanologist Josef Dufek’s research is discussed.
UO earth scientist Greg Retallack’s research is discussed.
Nick Rectenwald, Tom Greenbowe, and Kristin Yarris have received the 2021 Tykeson Teaching Award.
Three faculty members from the College of Arts and ...
Mark Carrato earned his MA in Global Studies, and now he’s the coordinator for the Power Africa Program.
Mark Carrato earned his MA in International ...
Bennet Voorhees double majored in Chinese and Economics, and now he’s using both as a data scientist.
“When I got to campus, I immediately knew I ...
Josef Dufek is working to identify hazard forecasting for the Three Sister’s Volcanic Complex.
Postdoctoral researcher Thomas Brussel in the department of geography shows the link between pollen records and ecosystem benefits.
Professor of Political Science Alison Gash and students’ create cookbook that brings awareness to food insecurity.
Jonathan Brundan, James Isenberg join other UO faculty members with the honor
Eleven of the UO Mathematics department faculty have been ...
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 ...
Physicist Tien-Tien Yu and biochemist Scott Hansen were named recipients of the NSF’s Career Awards, which fund research and education activities ...
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 ...
UO biologist Karen Guillemin has been elected as a fellow by the American Association for the Advancement of Science; fellows are recognized for their ...
University of Oregon geologist Greg Retallack discovered the fossil imprints of a 460 million-year-old moss in eastern Tennessee, which may have been ...
Eric Zhao, assistant professor of economics, is part of the research team that found the improved air quality and reduced ozone pollution that ...
Andrea Gilroy studied Comparative Literature at the UO with a dissertation focused on comics and identity. Now, Gilroy owns and operates a comic ...
Anne Helen Peterson studied English and Film Studies at the UO. Her recently published book “Can’t Even: How Millennials Became the Burnout ...
Jamie Wright is the lead author on a paper mapping human and climate impacts in the Amazon.
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.
The 10th annual Undergraduate Research Symposium goes online, with students presenting their work via YouTube and Zoom.
English prof Ben Saunders writes on the queer black performers who influenced the pioneering musician.
An anthropology prof and journalism prof continue to teach their ever-popular documentary filmmaking course during stay-at-home spring term.
History prof writes how epidemics among Native populations are a direct result of oppressive policies and colonialism.
You can help students facing unusual hardships due to COVID-19 pandemic through DuckFunder campaign.
Rennie Kendrick is one of 60 top undergraduate researchers chosen for Posters on the Hill, a showcase for innovative student work.
Joseph Yaconelli is UO’s 2nd-ever Mitchell recipient. The award pays for a year of graduate study in Ireland.
Biochem major Emma Mullen is one of four science majors awarded a 2019 ESPRIT Scholarship.
La Serenata (“The Serenade”) has won the inaugural “HBO Latino/ Official Latino Short Film Competition.”
A groundbreaking partnership will help indigenous communities build and sustain community-based programs aimed at saving endangered languages.
Creative writing instructor Brian Trapp memorializes his severely disabled brother in this moving Kenyon Review essay.
The third annual multilingual speak-out showcased the poetry, song and prose of different cultures.
Alaí Reyes-Santos transformed her Race, Ethics, Justice course into an opportunity for her students to take part in a humanitarian intervention.
New geography course explores the geographies of adventure and outdoor leisure activities.
The award, which gives students up to $7,500, goes to students who plan to pursue research in the natural sciences, mathematics or engineering.
15 CAS faculty—from classics to cinema studies to psychology and biology—have been honored.
Theater prof Michael Najjar directs “Pilgrims Musa and Sheri in the New World” at Minority Voices Theatre.
History prof Leslie Alexander interviewed by Mo Rocca on CBS Sunday Morning re: civil rights pioneer Elizabeth Jennings.
“Visual Clave,” co-curated by anthro/folklore prof Phil Scher, at Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art through 4/21.