College of Arts and Sciences

'Cinderella Waltz' poster
April 27

'Cinderella Waltz' puts the classic fairy tale under a new spotlight

The University Theatre production is a more adult take on the story and is for older audiences
English professor Ben Saunders
April 26

UO English prof helps decode superheroes in new documentary

Ben Saunders, who co-founded the UO comic and cartoon studies program, is part of the four-hour, two-part series
Bharat Venkat
April 25

UO professor awarded fellowship for research on TB in India

The award from the American Council of Learned Societies will help Bharat Venkat finish a book
UO biologist Chuck Kimmel
April 24

Two scientists honored for contributions to zebrafish research

Biologists Chuck Kimmel and Adam Miller are recognized for their work with the model organism
Diana Libuda
April 20

UO biology professor Diana Libuda named 2017 Searle Scholar

The award will help fund a research project aimed at understanding male infertility
Oily water at remediation site
April 19

Symposium looks at using microbes to clean up contamination

Known as bioremediation, the approach holds promise for cleaning up polluted sites
Image from a liquor store with an inset of Oregon's required signage that warns women to avoid alcohol while pregnant
April 18

Warning labels about drinking while pregnant are working

Signs in a Eugene grocery store prompted a budding UO health economist to ask if such warnings were a policy that is working
Installing an earthquake sensor
April 11

Oregon and Washington are now in real time with ShakeAlert

EWEB begins installing seismic sensors as the UO works to fine-tune detection of earthquake activity
UO sociology professor Jill Ann Harrison
April 7

From shrimp to world trade, UO prof talks globalization research

Sociology professor Jill Ann Harrison discusses Louisiana shrimping and world trade on 'UO Today'
A black girl playing with a doll
April 7

Documentary 'Black Girl In Suburbia' to be screened April 13

The award-winning film depicts the life of black girls growing up in white communities