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UO entrance sign
April 4

April 4 update: LCB and AAA deans' presentations at 2 and 4

Additional dean finalists are interviwing on campus in the search for four deans.
UO entrance sign
March 30

March 30 update: Dean candidate presentations at 9:30 and 2

Dean candidate interviews continue through April 8
The UO sign at the entrance to campus
March 28

March 28 update: Dean Interviews for AAA, LCB, CAS and SOJC begin today

Three public presentation take place today, and information is also available about additional finalist candidates.
Relief carving of intertwined UO
March 24

March 24 update: New CAS dean finalist named

W. Andrew Marcus is the second candidate to be interviewed and make a public presentation in the search for a new dean for the College of Arts and Sciences.
University of Oregon Logo
March 23

March 23 update: Today's schedule for dean candidates

The first candidates for deans of CAS, A&AA, SOJC and LCB will be on campus March 28-30 for interviews and presentations.
Architecture professor Mark Gillem
March 23

Gillem and team win 7 of 17 awards for federal projects

The awards honored Gillem and his firm, The Urban Collaborative, for projects focused on American military installations in the U.S. and Puerto Rico.
Stained glass version of the university seal
March 17

Candidates come calling as dean searches rev up

With four dean searches underway, candidates for all of them could be on campus at the same time in the weeks following spring break.
Microbial cloud illustration by Gwenda Kaczor
March 9

Like it or not, we all have our own cloud of microbes (OQ)

Thanks to research conducted by BioBE scientists, we now know that each of us emits a one-of-a-kind microbial cloud into the surrounding air.
A book produced on the Connective Conversations series.
March 4

Partnership expands support to Oregon artists

Connective Conversations enriches the state's visual arts by giving artists access to curators and critics and and bringing their work to a wider audience.
Postdoctoral researcher Erica Hartmann
March 3

UO researcher cooks up chemistry for kids

Hartman wrote "The Adventures of Meg A. Mole, Future Chemist," a child-friendly publication issued by the American Chemical Society.

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