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The 13 awardees span the breadth of the university and were chosen based on their work, academic leadership and effect on their programs

Sandoval received the Chester Rapkin Award for examining how immigrants were lured to an Iowa town to work in a meatpacking plant

Frances Bronet is turning to campus for help crafting a plan to make the university’s goals of student access and academic excellence a reality

Karen Guillemin, Judith Eisen, Cristopher Niell and Philip Washbourne

Digest this: Gut microbes may affect brain and behavior

Four-member team of UO biologists will use zebrafish to explore that idea with new funding from the National Institutes of Health

U.S. Bank now providing service from Erb Memorial Union

The bank branch will have a grand opening event Nov. 6 with refreshments and prizes, including tickets to the Civil War game

TrackTown bid for IAAF World Championships draws headlines

Stories, a column and an editorial in two newspapers highlight the bid to hold the meet at an expanded Hayward Field

Art museum celebrates Day of the Dead with music, poetry

The event will run four nights and will include dancing and singing as well as a community ofrenda to remember loved ones

"(Lost) In the Woods" exhibit opens at White Box gallery

The installation combines music, animation and paintings in an immersive exhibit meant to offer differing experiences to visitors

Liz Brenner

Brenner Named Senior CLASS Finalist

Liz Brenner is one of 10 NCAA women's volleyball student-athletes selected as a finalist for the 2014 Senior CLASS Award

Paul Slovic

UO's Slovic tackles Ebola fears in Washington Post article

Paul Slovic has been quoted widely in the media about why people fear the Ebola virus despite the low risk of encountering it

Football vs. California at Levi's Stadium (Photo from GoDucks.com)

Weekly Sports Roundup

The weekly sports roundup is a list of all the home and televised Ducks sporting events this week and the results of their contests last week

GTFs authorize strike vote; university preps for possibility

The vote came a week after the union declared impasse and graduate teaching fellows could strike as early as late November

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Emeritus professor Jim Earl takes the long view in photo exhibit

"Window Seat" features photos taken of Midwest "fly-over country" and is now on display at the Portland International Airport