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Along with move-in day on Thursday, the week will feature a full slate of activities for both students and parents as a new class settles in

The research found that antifreeze proteins in notothenioids keep ice crystals from melting when water temperatures rise above freezing

Funded through the Wayne Morse Center, the new toolshed gives people a way to maintain their temporary shelter and personal gear

Marcus Mariota vs. Washington State (Photo by Eric Evans)

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

UO museums offer free admission for Smithsonian event

The Sept. 27 event includes free passes to the UO's natural history and art museums and a yearlong scavenger hunt

Dad's Gate

Presidential search committee membership announced

UO Board of Trustees appointed the members of the search committee who will meet for the first time on Oct. 1

UO made steady gains in research and innovation in FY 2014

A record number of research proposals were recorded in 2013-2014, a year that also saw a 13 percent increase in awards funding

Sandra Gladney

Sandra Gladney named to lead UO Academic Extension

A 16-year professional, Gladney has been interim co-director of the outreach program since July 2013 and has been at the UO since 1998

Doug Toomey

UO geologist advocates for state investment in earthquake sensors

A UO geological scientist is taking his request to Salem to persuade state officials to invest in earthquake monitoring sensors

New Portland building to house UO business programs

The Oregon Executive MBA and sports product programs will be housed in the new building, across from the White Stag Block

UO physics undergraduate Jeremy Bullis at the controls of the Pine Mountain Observatory's new remotely operated telescope

Pine Mountain Observatory enjoys its own star turn

Participants in the NASA Space Grant program are among the first to get a look at a new remote-controlled telescope in operation

Brendan Bohannan

UO is co-leader in Amazon study of methane-related microbes

Brendan Bohannan will use the UO's genomic and computer-modeling technologies on soils affected by shifting rainforests to farmland

Confucius Institute for Global China Studies

UO’s Confucius Institute set to mark five-year anniversary

The Confucius Institute expands educational ties with China, promotes language training and furthers intercultural understanding