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Atiyeh was a proud Duck who maintained strong ties to the university throughout his life and received both the Pioneer and Distinguished Service awards

The $175,000 home, built as part of the OregonBILDS project in west Eugene, will be on the Tour of Homes July 19-27

Cris Niell and his collaborators detailed the linkage, based on research using mice, in the July 16 issue of the high-profile journal Neuron.

Hayward Field

Hayward Field Hosts World Junior Championships

It marks the first time in the event’s 14-year history that the world championships are contested on American soil

Brian McWhorter

Music professor jazzed about writing a score for 10K race

Brian McWhorter is writing what could be the first score for music to be played during a 10K race, which he will debut at the IAAF track meet

Oregon Young Scholars

Oregon Young Scholars inspire students and faculty

High school students get a taste of college life and a better chance at earning a degree through a program funded by the UO and an anonymous donor

Image shows soil components in the Gale Crater on Mars that are similar to “paleosols” on Earth

UO researcher: Fossilized soils suggest life on Mars was likely

Life on ancient Mars? University of Oregon researcher reports fossilized soils deep inside the Gale Crater suggest life was likely on Mars

UO journalism students in Vienna

Opera, soccer madness greet UO students studying in Vienna

Study-abroad students in Vienna get a taste of European culture with a performance at the city's historic opera house and a visit to an outdoor music festival

Duck Store

Duck Store to hold warehouse sale during IAAF track meet

Deep discounts on Duck apparel will be offered at the Duck Store's warehouse sale at the former Romania car dealership building

Vice President for Student Life Robin Holmes

Robin Holmes authors guest editorial on the UO’s sexual assault response

Holmes details the ways the UO is responding to areas of concern raised by U.S. Sen. Claire McCaskill in a report on sexual violence on campus

Madonna Moss processing herring eggs with Sitka Tribe of Alaska

Madonna Moss cited prominently as herring return to Alaskan Bay

The Juneau Empire provided coverage on the arrival of herring at Auke Bay in Alaska featuring UO anthropologist Madonna Moss

IAAF World Junior Championships

University offers track ticket discount to employees, families

Up to eight general admission tickets apiece are available for the IAAF World Junior Championships next week at Hayward Field

Effort to expand the UO's study of volcanoes draws R-G coverage

As part of the Register-Guard's series on the Clusters of Excellence initiative, this week's focus is on new faculty members who will study volcanoes