College of Arts and Sciences

David Wineland in lab
May 23

Nobel winner to talk cats, computers and quantum physics

Physicist David Wineland will discuss the future of quantum computing
C.J. Pascoe
May 22

Campus talk will look at trends in gender-based bullying

Professor C. J. Pascoe will discuss homophobic harassment and whether it's declining
Cris Niell
May 19

Research on mindfulness and mice featured in New York Times

Work by UO neuroscientist Cris Niell explores how meditation affects health
A team works inside one of the Paisley Caves in summer 2009
May 19

Scientists deploy new technique at one of Oregon’s Paisley Caves

Three European researchers join the UO's Dennis Jenkins to gather samples to confirm previous dating
Scene from Pepsi ad
May 18

UO history professor interviewed on controversial Pepsi ad

Daniel Pope says the commercial follows a long history of 'woke' advertising
College advisor holding a placard
May 16

Two outstanding UO academic advisers to be recognized

The campus community is invited to a reception in honor of the recipients
Image shows the over-production of unnecessary cells when a key hormone is blocked during brain development in a fruit fly
May 15

Study on brain formation finds possible link to human disease

A key hormone in fruit flies is similar to one in humans that threatens pregnancies when things go wrong
Signing ceremony
May 11

Agreement with Pacific U creates pipeline for pharmacy students

UO students who take part are guaranteed an admission interview for Pacific's PharmD program
French and EU flags fly in celebration following France's runoff election
May 11

UO professor says the EU is doing better than people think

While the French election and Brexit may suggest otherwise, Craig Parsons says the EU’s achievements deserve more attention
Bacteria with genetic switches illuminated
May 10

UO research team one of three Kavli microbiome grant recipients

Brendan Bohannan, Karen Guillemin and Raghuveer Parthasarathy receive a $340,000 award

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