College of Arts and Sciences

Manju Bangalore
October 11

A physics major hopes to be the first Duck to set foot on Mars

A recent NASA intern, Manju Bangalore is using her time at the UO to plot a course for the stars
UO President Michael H. Schill
October 6

President sets course toward 'lasting and meaningful' advances

In his annual address, Michael H. Schill called on the university to rise above challenging times
Image shows Mexican folklore dancers moving about in Jalisco
October 6

Pub talk to explore our often-unrecognized sixth sense

On Oct. 11 Andrew Karduna will discuss how injuries upset our natural ability to sense our body’s movements
Student Geena Littel
October 4

Final issue of Cascade magazine touts undergraduate research

After this issue, the College of Arts and Sciences publication merges with Oregon Quarterly
Sarah Hovet
October 3

Unbound by campus, young poet turns lessons into opportunity

Student Sarah Hovet was determined to make the most of her time at the UO
Chris Hendon
September 28

Get a free cuppa joe and meet the UO's new coffee expert

Chemistry professor Chris Hendon will be pouring specialty brews outside the EMU
Image shows a micrograph of a kidney affected by focal segmental glomerulosclerosis
September 28

Drug entering clinical trials has fingerprint of UO chemist

Bruce Branchaud helped to identify compounds work that might treat kidney and lung diseases
Test tubes
September 27

Research looks at the tensions that drove green chemistry

Differing ideas about the benefits helped the field grow rapidly, a new paper finds
Ted Fremd
September 26

UO researcher honored with international paleontology award

Ted Fremd of the Museum of Natural and Cultural History received the Skinner Award

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