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September 13, 2022
University of Oregon alumnae are changing the face of public service. We look to the women highlighted in this article to govern nations, lead at the highest level of the military, interpret the law, determine the constitutionality of the law, and apply it to individual cases, and serve the public in state and local government.
September 13, 2022
When folklorist Michael Atwood Mason walks into work each day, he’s greeted by the legendary Emancipation Proclamation room, where President Lincoln wrote his famous 1863 presidential speech. As CEO and executive director of the Lincoln Cottage, Mason plays a pivotal role in the operations of the National Trust for Historic Preservation site.
September 13, 2022
Cassandra Law is a 1988 graduate of the University of Oregon, former member of the UO women’s track and field team, former coach and player for the women’s UO rugby team, and retired player of the USA Eagles national rugby team.
September 8, 2022
Every summer, students and faculty members from the University of Oregon travel to the Museum of Natural and Cultural History’s Archaeology Field Schools. Working and learning in remote desert regions of central Oregon, they spend six weeks uncovering evidence of the earliest known people in North America.
September 8, 2022
Lei Jiao, Assistant Professor of Computer Science at the University of Oregon, will lead a new National Science Foundation (NSF) project titled “Collaborative Research: CNS Core: Small: Edge AI with Streaming Data: Algorithmic Foundations for Online Learning and Control.”
September 8, 2022
Each year AGU sections recognize outstanding work within their fields by granting awards and hosting numerous lectures. All section honorees are selected on the basis of meritorious work or service toward the advancement and promotion of discovery and solution science.
September 2, 2022
A team of UO undergraduates has a new vision for concussion diagnosis: Rather than wait for the results of a CT scan, a quick sample of an athlete’s blood, saliva or sweat could reveal a possible brain injury right from the sidelines of a football game.
August 29, 2022
Reunion season is quickly approaching, and the University of Oregon Alumni Association (UOAA) is excited to welcome alumni back to campus with the Oregon Alumni Band Reunion, Black Alumni Reunion, and a combined 50th reunion for the 1972 and 1973 classes.
August 29, 2022
UO computer scientists have been awarded more than $1 million from the National Science Foundation to design better methods to monitor computer networks.
August 23, 2022
Founded in 1997, the Northwest Indian Language Institute (NILI) at the University of Oregon recently celebrated its 25th anniversary this past June. Now, thanks to a recent grant from The Roundhouse Foundation, NILI will be launching an initiative to analyze and re-envision needs for growing and expanding in the years ahead.
August 19, 2022
When it comes to education and training for STEM careers after high school, not all students receive the support they need to succeed. A recently funded National Science Foundation grant hopes to remedy that for 64 low-income students in Oregon.
August 9, 2022
A new IMAX film spearheaded by researchers at the UO’s Oregon Institute of Marine Biology will shine a light on the importance of this unique ecosystem and the larval forms that maintain it.
August 5, 2022
A UO professor who worked with this year’s Fields Medal winner explains how mathematics is inherently collaborative.
August 3, 2022
Using newly developed and culturally informed methods, a UO team was able to more than triple the number of Latinx people getting tested for COVID-19, according to a recently published research paper.
August 3, 2022
When the Holiday Farm Fire tore through the McKenzie River Valley in 2020, burning 70,000 acres, it created a blank canvas of sorts. Amid the fire’s blackened landscape, UO ecologist Lauren Ponisio saw an opportunity to establish pollinators, specifically bees, in the burned forest.