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Joshua Razink's skills operating a state-of-the-art high-resolution transmission electron microscope at CAMCOR have him seeing diamonds

STEM CORE worked with the UO Science Library to help 9- to 11-year-old students create rocket nose cones at summer camp

A crowd of about 50 gathered for the first public forum by the President's Review Panel, which heard comments from a dozen people

New UO center hosts journalists from across the nation

Front50 brought together prominent figures in media and technology to discuss the future of journalism in the digital age

The inaugural Dog Days of Summer, an event organized by the Museum of Natural and Cultural History (Photo by Brinkley Capriola)

UO Week in Photos: Dog Days of Summer

The weekly AroundtheO photo gallery focuses on the people and places that make the University of Oregon special

Photo by Mark Reid

Law school photography exhibit attracts newspaper review

The show includes 34 large images drawn from nature, including rivers, landscapes and flowers and will run through the end of the year

Photo courtesy of Office of International Affairs

Going global: Staying healthy at home and abroad

The Travel Clinic is just one of the many resources available through the University Health Center to keep the campus community healthy

Trudy Ann Cameron

Paper by the UO's Trudy Cameron named best of 2014

A research report by Trudy Ann Cameron has been named the article of the year by the Journal of Environment Economics and Management

Daniel Ellsberg

Whistleblowers and government transparency with Daniel Ellsberg

The "Echoes of Vietnam" panel discussion on Sept. 4 in Portland is hosted by the Wayne Morse Legacy Series

Queer Ally Coalition

Queer Ally Coalition to resume training and workshops this fall

After a short hiatus to go over training and public relations, the organization is ready to resume services to the campus community

Zebrafish

Biological networks cluster featured in Register-Guard

Proposal would bring in additional faculty researchers to grow the UO's cutting-edge disease genetics program

Marcus Mariota

NYT calls Mariota a 'prototype quarterback' in weekend profile

The UO quarterback's journey from his home state of Hawaii to the Eugene campus and his hopes for the season are chronicled in the story

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